• Looking down on Woodstock from the church tower (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)
  • Woodstock scene (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)
  • The ancient stocks in the centre of historic Woodstock (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)
  • Woodstock scene (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)
  • The centre of historic Woodstock (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)
  • Woodstock (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)
Looking down on Woodstock from the church tower (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)
Woodstock scene (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)
The ancient stocks in the centre of historic Woodstock (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)
Woodstock scene (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)
The centre of historic Woodstock (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)
Woodstock (photo by Jay Alice Photographic)

Visit Woodstock

  1. Libby Rak
    Libby Rak Gallery of Jewellery - the Gallery at the front shows both Libby's own work and a variety of different up and coming and well established jewellers; in the workshop at the back Libby works on special commissions to create the perfect piece for every individual.
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  2. The Crown in Woodstock
    An 18th century Grade II Cotswold stone inn right in the heart of historic Woodstock, the Crown Inn has five luxurious ensuite bedrooms with super king beds with 300 count Egyptian cotton sheets, luxury Cowshed toiletries and Lefroy Brooks showers or baths.
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  3. The Wake up to Woodstock website
    Visit the Wake up to Woodstock website
  4. Woodstock Coffee Shop
    Artisan coffees from a local wood fired roastery or imported direct from Florence, served alongside seriously tempting baklava, focaccia, or biscotti and honey. Or maybe you'd prefer a lunchtime special like freshly baked cheese and spinach filo pies.
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  5. Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum
    SOFO is dedicated to military heritage. Appealing to all visitors, families, historians, and groups, the museum is thematically led and tells fascinating stories using personal archive and accounts from across Oxfordshire.
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  6. Libby Rak Gallery of Jewellery, Woodstock’s only jewellery store, draws customers from far and wide who are attracted by stylish designs and super sparkly jewellery.

    Libby Rak Gallery of Jewellery is the jewel in the crown of Woodstock’s creative and entrepreneurial community and a showcase for the best in British design and craftsmanship. 

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  7. The Oxfordshire Museum
    A large 18th century house, home to the County’s collections. Explore Oxfordshire’s story from the Jurassic period through to Anglo-Saxons and Victorians to modern day. Garden Café, Museum Gift Shop & Gardens.
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  8. Antiques at Heritage in Woodstock
    A beautiful 15th century building is home to twelve established antique dealers with a wide and ever changing range of antiques. Here you'll find everything from English country furniture country to vintage luggage, from silver, fine art and porcelain to mirrors, clocks and books - perfect for discovering a special, truly unique gift.
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  9. The Marlborough Arms in Woodstock
    A beautiful 15th century coaching inn in the centre of Woodstock, the Marlborough Arms has been elegantly refurbished to provide luxurious hotel style bed & breakfast with 14 bedrooms.
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  10. No 5 Park Street in Woodstock (photo JayAlicePhotographic)
    Another unique Woodstock shop selling linens, bespoke hats, small furniture, collectables, miniatures, potted plants and much more.
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  11. The Feathers Hotel
    The Feathers is a chic 17th century town house hotel, bursting with Cotswolds charm, Oxfordshire heritage, and boasting a superb restaurant and former world record holding gin bar!
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  12. Martha's Attic
    Martha’s Attic is a family run business selling beautiful, French and European decorative antiques and interiors for both the home and garden. A brilliant place to browse in search of something memorably unique.
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  13. Hampers (photo JayAlicePhotographic)
    Hampers are “Curators and creators of great British produce” - a friendly team passionately seek out great producers and produce. Our great cooks create and celebrate local and seasonal food.
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  14. The Macdonald Bear Hotel in Woodstock
    Macdonald Bear Hotel is one of the finest hotels in Oxfordshire and offers a beautiful slice of luxury in the heart of the countryside. Set in Woodstock, in what was once a 13th century coaching inn, our hotel combines history and culture with exceptional food offering by our talented chefs.
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  15. Brothertons Brasserie in Woodstock
    A traditional brasserie with gas fired lanterns and a menu inspired by Italian bistro classics like ravioli, cannelloni and risotto. All meals are made from scratch with the pasta made in house, the fish is market fresh daily and the meat and vegetables sourced from local producers in Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds.
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  16. Visitors enjoying the Grand Bridge and lake at Blenheim Palace
    Experience the Cotswolds and beyond in air-conditioned comfort with one of our friendly, local drivers. We offer bespoke but relaxed half- or full-day tours for one to seven people.
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  17. St Mary Magdalene Church in Woodstock
    A musical clock that plays a different tune each day of the week and over 200 hand-embroidered kneelers - St Mary Magdalene Church was built in the reign of Henry I for the convenience of the court during royal visits to their royal hunting lodge
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  18. Iona House Gallery in Woodstock
    Iona House Gallery is an established, highly respected art gallery situated in the heart of Woodstock. Showcasing quality and affordable art from both renowned artists and new rising talent, it specialises in English, Scottish and Russian Art. Over 300 pieces are on view at any one time including paintings, photography, sculpture, ceramics, wood, glass and jewellery.
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  19. Sassy & Boo
    A beautiful boutique that effortlessly blends their own Luella label designs with other contemporary brands to offer interesting and individual designs.
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  20. The Woodstock Arms
    A traditional pub with modern cuisine in a fuss-free manner, courtyard garden.
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  21. Blenheim Palace aerial photo
    A visit to Blenheim Palace offers an unforgettable experience. It’s a chance to share the splendours of Baroque architecture, to wonder at the collections of art, tapestry and antiques, and to explore the Park and Gardens and discover landscapes crafted by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. Whether enjoying a day visit to this magnificent home to the Dukes of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, or as a regular visitor able to appreciate the changing seasons and an annual programme of historical and cultural events, you will be sure to feel enriched by the Blenheim Palace experience. Britain’s Greatest Palace.
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