The Fox Inn

Address: Great Barrington, Burford, Oxfordshire, England, OX18 4TB, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on Great Barrington, Burford, is near Cotswold Wildlife Park, Birdland, Cotswold Motor Museum, and The Model Village.
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Travel Blogs from Burford

Pete, the patron saint of sandwiches

A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 23, 2014

... And it was a foot long, so I saved half for tomorrow. Pete got a chicken, bacon, and avocado, which I'm assuming was also good because he finished it in about three minutes. Morton's also sold apple strudel, which was super exciting and also really tasty. Yay for a place with good sandwiches! My last two weeks worth of lunches in Oxford are looking less bleak than they did yesterday.

I was the "flex person" today, so I helped open the office at 8AM ...

The Beginning of Life in Oxford

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

2 comments, 12 photos

... different mythological creatures, bird heads, and untranslatable symbolism.
Most amazing of all was to stand at the base of a yew tree, whose trunk was 7 feet in diameter, that predates the church and to think of the many people, young and old, pagan and believer, who had stood in the same place for hundreds of years prior. We just don't have history like that in America.

The rest of the afternoon I explored downtown Oxford with ...

Portsmouth and Oxford

A travel blog entry by salmorton01 on Sep 16, 2013

4 photos

... area, meaning it is no surprise that Portsmouth and nearby Southampton have for so long been major ports, and that Portsmouth in particular still retains the air of a naval town.

The main "tourist" attraction in Portsmouth is the naval dockyard area and its history - the beaches around the town are all good old British pebbles, not too good for lazing on. There are 3 main old ships to see: the Warrior, the first iron clad sailing warship; the Victory, ...

A View From The Window

A travel blog entry by alison.seeds on Jul 01, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... and queens come and go. Any new houses are still hundreds of years old here. The oldest pharmacy in England is across the road. We arrived in this village by chance as all the other inns in the area were full. This story is starting to sound earily familiar. However, it is the quintessentially English village. I suspect that tomorrow I ...

OXFORD IDYLL : DAY 1

A travel blog entry by jockmcconn on May 01, 2013

6 photos

Wednesday and our London stay had come to an end. We left as scheduled at about 9 and the trip to Oxford was a breeze thanks to the help of the Satnav. We got to Oxford at about 10.30 as planned and found our way to Chip's house in Cowley. After offloading we set off into Oxford proper on foot, quickly appreciating what makes it such a special place. Chip showed us all the nooks and crannies and we had a nice breakfast in the 'Covered Market', followed by a walk ...