Bed and Breakfast Accommodation near Banbury, Oxfordshire
B & B accommodation, far friendlier and more relaxed than a hotel. Ideally placed for visiting the Cotswolds, Silverstone, Sulgrave Manor, Stratford, Soho Farmhouse & Oxford.
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All bedrooms with own bathrooms. Double & twin rooms
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Google Maps & Directions to Manor Cottage, Middleton Cheney
Only 70 miles from London and just 3 miles from the M40
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Views of the house and garden through the year
Manor Cottage, Middleton Cheney
Notes about the house.
Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire : local area and dining
A very convenient base for visiting Silverstone, National Trust properties, pretty Cotswold villages, Blenheim Palace, Waddesdon Manor, Warwick Castle
Only 15 minutes' from Manor Cottage. Vintage and Classic cars welcome to stay here!
Sulgrave Manor and National Trust
Useful notes on the local National Trust properties of: - Stowe Gardens, Canons Ashby, Chastleton House, Charlecote Park, Waddesdon Manor and also Sulgrave Manor
Blenheim Palace, Warwick and Broughton Castles
Blenheim Palace and Warwick Castle are approximately half an hour from Manor Cottage

Google Maps & Directions to Manor Cottage, Middleton Cheney

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Post code for Satnav : OX17 2ND
This post code covers several properties so please note the specific directions below.

From: M40 Junction 11

Take the A422 (signposted Buckingham/Brackley) up a dual carriageway and take the third exit from the roundabout at the top of the hill, (Brackley/Farthinghoe)  - ignoring the Middleton Cheney exit. 
After 1 mile turn left (signposted Middleton Cheney) and Manor Cottage is approximately 200 yards on the left and is the first old house facing the road, just past Washle Drive.  Parking is through the wooden gates beyond the house.

From: M1 Junction 15A

Take the A43 West (Brackley/Oxford M40) to Brackley. Continue along the A43/Brackley bypass and at the third roundabout take the second exit onto the A422 (Banbury). Two miles beyond the village of Farthinghoe turn right (signposted Middleton Cheney) and Manor Cottage is approximately 200 yards on the left, the first old house facing the road.

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