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Oxford grey console table, Decorate your home in greys and white, perfect for Nordic, coastal, New England and town homes

Oxford grey console table, Decorate your home in greys and white, perfect for Nordic, coastal, New England and town homes

Set on a steep hill leading down to the River Windrush, Burford has a fine collection of topsy turvy cottages, ancient stone townhouses and a host of tea rooms and antique shops. Burford gets pretty busy but its picture postcard streets are well worth it and if you wander off down the laneways you'll be transported back in time. There's an excellent garden centre on the outskirts and the lovely Cotswold Wildlife Park just down the road.

Burford, the tiny Oxfordshire town named as one of the Most Idyllic Places on the planet

Set on a steep hill leading down to the River Windrush, Burford has a fine collection of topsy turvy cottages, ancient stone townhouses and a host of tea rooms and antique shops. Burford gets pretty busy but its picture postcard streets are well worth it and if you wander off down the laneways you'll be transported back in time. There's an excellent garden centre on the outskirts and the lovely Cotswold Wildlife Park just down the road.

Jacqueline Gillam Fairchild Her Majesty's English Tea Room Author:  Greater Expectations

Jacqueline Gillam Fairchild Her Majesty's English Tea Room Author: Greater Expectations

Medieval Hertford College, Oxford- the oldest English speaking University in the world

Medieval Hertford College, Oxford- the oldest English speaking University in the world

Biscuiteers Boutique & Icing Café | Best quirky & unusual cafes in…

London’s best quirky cafés

Oxford, City of Dreaming Spires, home of the oldest university in the English-speaking world

Oxford, City of Dreaming Spires, home of the oldest university in the English-speaking world

Regent Street, London is one of the West End’s major shopping streets; named after the Prince Regent (later George IV) and commonly associated with architect John Nash, whose street layout from 1825 survives today. Regent Street runs from the Regent’s residence at Calton House in St. James’s, through Piccadilly Circus, crosses Oxford Street at the busy Oxford Circus, and terminates at All Souls Church.

Regent Street, London is one of the West End’s major shopping streets; named after the Prince Regent (later George IV) and commonly associated with architect John Nash, whose street layout from 1825 survives today. Regent Street runs from the Regent’s residence at Calton House in St. James’s, through Piccadilly Circus, crosses Oxford Street at the busy Oxford Circus, and terminates at All Souls Church.

Oxford Town Hall wedding

Oxford Town Hall wedding

Oxford Town Hall wedding

Oxford Town Hall wedding

Oxford - Bridge of Sighs Less than an hour and a half, makes a great day out

Oxford - Bridge of Sighs Less than an hour and a half, makes a great day out