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Artist Residence Oxfordshire

Luxury accommodation with a pub and restaurant attached, all in a village setting perfect for quick access from London. Oxford and the Cotswolds are ready to be explored.

Mr Hanbury's Mason Arms, the artist-designed pub and restaurant is a local institution. Meanwhile, rock solid hotel-keeping, fabulous design and a talented chef make Artist Residence a bright, fresh home-from-home.

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THE VILLAGE South Leigh is tiny, a classic Oxfordshire village, handy for Blenheim Palace, Oxford and with Burford ('Gateway to the Cotswolds') a couple of miles down the road. Mr Hanbury's Mason Arms is the heart of the village. You can also explore your Gothic side with a walk down the lane to see Doom paintings in St James' church.

South Leigh tips from Artist Residence

Allow a little time to explore your accommodation, Mr Hanbury's Dining Room and the pub. You'll discover Andy Doig neon art, House of Hackney wallpapers and a Connor Brothers artist-designed dining room.

If you can, time a stay to coincide with the Fresh Air Sculpture show in Quenington for outdoor sculpture in a riverside Cotswold home.

Savour the local on the menu - the Chef, Leon Smith is all about foraging, and the Oxfordshire countryside is generous with seasonal treats.

Blenheim Palace is the heavyweight local attraction - but the nearby Cotswolds Wildlife Park offers surreal sights, such as white rhino on a Cotswolds lawn. Daylesford Farm Shop is celeb spotting territory.

Artist Residence Oxfordshire
Mr Hanbury's Mason Arms
,
Station Road,
South Leigh,
OX29 6XN
01993 656 220;
artistresidenceoxford.co.uk;
[email protected]

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Walk: Asthall, Widford and Swinbrook

5 Mile (8km) Allow 2 hours
The very best of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds are on this walk along the sublime Windrush Valley.

Find the route at:
www.oxfordshire.gov.uk