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Great Milton

TraveLibro United Kingdom Great Milton Featured City
A picturesque village and civil parish in Oxfordshire, Great Milton is about 7 miles east of Oxford. A large proportion of it has been designated as a Conservation Area. The place is a beautiful mix of houses ranging from thatched roof ones to modern day dwellings and also large historic houses. There’s one large manor house, which is now the well-known, Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons—a 2 Michelin-starred restaurant run by the iconic French chef Raymond Blanc. There is also the popular public house, the Bull Inn, which serves real ale and home-cooked food. The main feature though is the Church dedicated to St Mary, which was built a little after the Norman Conquest in the late 11th century. With numerous places easily available to stay, you could kick-back with a day’s trip to Great Milton.
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Great Milton Featured City Oxford University

Oxford University

The University of Oxford, also called Oxford University or simply Oxford, is the world’s second oldest active university as well as the oldest university in the English speaking world, which supposedly exists since 1096. It comprises of various institutions in itself including 38 colleges, which themselves are independent and control their own membership, internal activities and structures. The university has to its credit many notable alumni including 27 Nobel laureates, 26 British Prime Ministers as well as many foreign heads of state. Take a guided tour and visit the New College or the Divinity School, the place where Harry Potter was filmed.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Great Milton Featured City Bicester Village

Bicester Village

This one’s a haven for fashionistas and all those who love to shop. Head to Bicester Village for a relaxed shopping ambiance where you can get the best fashion and lifestyle brands in the world for great discounts. Located in Oxfordshire, this Mecca for shoppers consists of 131 stores and receives about 6 million visitors annually. Strike great bargains and shop to your heart’s content. After an exhaustive shopping spree, chill at any of the cafés and restaurants at the Village sampling the delicious fare and sipping on beverages you love.

Image Courtesy: Des Blenkinsopp via www.geograph.org.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Great Milton Featured City Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace

Steeped in history, the Blenheim Palace was built as early as the 18th century to celebrate the British Army’s victory over the French in the War of the Spanish Succession. A tradition followed here is the upkeep of the palace by the caretakers; it has been handed down over generations, from the 1st Duke of Marlborough in 1704 to the current 12th holder of the title. It is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and is also the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Visit one of the largest houses in the country and see the lavishly decorated interiors while marveling at the English baroque style architecture.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Great Milton Featured City Bucklebury Farm Park

Bucklebury Farm Park

This is a 77 acre farmland, which doubles up as a working farm as well as a tourist haven. It is a great area to de-stress, run, jump around and breathe in the fresh air to mentally and physically rejuvenate yourself. Bottle-feed a lamb, pat a rabbit or guinea pig, stroll alongside a pygmy goat, Shetland pony, wild boar, and the llamas. Stop by at Woody’s Café and Tea Room for a bite to eat or simply have a picnic or a barbeque with your family.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Great Milton Featured City Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens

Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens

Established in 1970, the Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens is set over an area of 160 acres with over 260 species of animals housed in its confines. It has nine animal exhibits— the Walled Garden, Madagascar, Woodland Walk, the Large mammals, Around the Manor House, Around the railway station, the Reptile House, Bat House, and Insect House. It also has a park and gardens with exotic plants such as a cedar tree from Lebanon, bamboo plants and others. A real paradise for animal lovers.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Great Milton Featured City Silverstone Motorsport Circuit

Silverstone Motorsport Circuit

This is a motorsport circuit in England that hosts the British Grand Prix since 1948. It did however, rotate between Silverstone, Aintree and Brands Hatch from 1955 – 1986, though it was permanently relocated to Silverstone since 1987. Apart from F1 motor racing, many other club series events are held here including the historic Silverstone Classic and the BritCar 24, which is UK’s only 24-hour car race. Head here to satisfy your need for speed.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Great Milton Featured City Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons

Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons

The Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons is a luxury hotel and restaurant situated in the village of Great Milton, owned and run by two time Michelin star holder, Raymond Blanc. The restaurant has been awarded two Michelin stars as well, has a two-acre garden that produces 90 different types of vegetables and over 70 types of herbs. Its wine cellar has around 1,000 wines from all over the world and dining here is considered to be an unforgettable experience. Visit this famous restaurant for the food and the experience.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Great Milton Featured City Waterstock Golf Club

Waterstock Golf Club

Treat yourself to a spot of visual beauty when you visit the Waterstock Golf Club, which is set admist the most beautiful and picturesque countryside. Apart from having a regular 18-hole golf course, it also has facilities for someone wanting to hone their skills at the game and practice it. It also has a floodlit driving range. Visit the clubhouse where you can relax with a drink after a hard day of golfing; it is fully equipped with shower facilities, changing rooms, a shop, a bar, and a restaurant.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Great Milton Featured City Harcourt Arboretum

Harcourt Arboretum

This is a 150 acre arboretum, which translates into a collection of trees and vines. It forms a vital part of the tree and plant collection of the University of Oxford Botanic Garden, and abounds with giant redwoods and monkey puzzle trees. It also houses a 10 acre typical English garden, which has azaleas, rhododendrons, bluebells and Japanese maples which bloom according to their seasonality. Visit it for some colourful and beautiful flora.

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