A long village divided into five 'ends', some of which are almost separate hamlets, it spreads itself out looking across the river Evenlode towards the Wychwood Forest. The substantial church is enriched with a fascinating array of gargoyles.
Café de la Post – once Chadlington Post Office & Stores – is a vibrant and welcoming café and village shop in the heart of the village.
In West End you can find Chadlington Quality Foods, a village owned general store. In addition to a full range of standard grocery items and wines/spirits, they specialise in home-baked pies, quiches, cakes etc. that are made on the premises. They also offer continental cheeses and a range of home-baked bread (organic, French sticks etc), as well as local jersey cream and butter and smoked fish products.
The village has a traditional country pub & restaurant called The Tite Inn where a warm welcome awaits visitors. The pub is full of character with exposed beams and stonework, flagstone and oak boarded flooring and a lovely roaring open fire.
The village holds regular events including a beer festival and annual Great Brook run.
Nearby attractions include Charlbury musuem, Fairytale Farm and the theate and Lido at Chipping Norton
Towns & Villages
- Village shop
Rural setting off A44 from Chipping Norton
Public Transport Directions
Nearest rail station Charlbury