Kings Head House

Address: Chapel Hill, Wootton by Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, OX20 1DX, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Chapel Hill, Wootton by Woodstock, is near Blenheim Palace, The Wychwood Brewery Co Ltd, Eynsham Park, and Hanborough Haflingers.
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Travel Blogs from Wootton by Woodstock

Day 53 - Lunching at Chequers

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 25, 2014

3 comments, 19 photos

... was given to the nation in 1921 by Viscount and Viscountess Lee of Faversham, and is now renowned as the venue used by British Prime Ministers to entertain foreign guests and conduct other meetings of national importance. If ever there was a classic example of ancient rights of way being upheld no matter what in the UK, this surely must be pre-eminent. I wonder where else in the world existing public rights of way would be preserved through such a security ...

Bletchley Park, Part 2

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Sep 24, 2014

13 photos

... when he launched Barbarrosa, the eastern front attack on Russia. At the end of the war, with V1 and V2 rockets finally in his arsenal, the bombing of London began again.

One of the most remarkable human events to come out of Bletchley was that the work done by the Codebreakers retained its "Top Secret" intelligence classification for 20 years after the war. Many of the women interviewed in the videos shown in the ...

Pete, the patron saint of sandwiches

A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 23, 2014

"The sweetest wind blows across the South." - Sweet Carolina, by Ryan Adams

Pete has restored my faith in the Oxford sandwich community. Pete and I decided to get lunch together today because we both happened to be free at the same time, but he needed something quick because he had to get back for an AD meeting. That meant sandwiches, but I was adamant about no M&S, or Tesco, or Sainsbury's. So Pete said, "Ok let's go." Classic Pete, so I ...

The Beginning of Life in Oxford

A travel blog entry by katie.gentry on May 31, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... left side of the road, we also must avoid the masses of tourists and students who throng the streets. Best of all, the Vines is situated at the top of a very steep hill. Needless to say, 'pray without ceasing' has become my cycling mantra.

Friday was spent in continuous orientations receiving endless amounts of information. After swearing an oath to not burn down the library or steal any of the 11 million books currently stocked within ...

Visit to my cousin Joyce

A travel blog entry by shirleynaomi on Sep 23, 2013

5 photos

... room for four more?" She said ok if you hurry up, so we all stepped into the boat and her driver took us across with herto the other side of the Thames. It turned out that she was the owner of the "Bounty" the pub we were having a drink at. It was hilarious! So we strolled from there back to the car and back to Joyce and Malcolm's to relax before going out to dinner. Rod chatted with Malcolm and I sought more information from ...