A taste of the Cotswolds at Adderbury Fields
"You could be sampling the very best of British cuisine in the award winning restaurants and pubs of the Cotswolds"
Situated just four miles south of Banbury, in the charming village of Adderbury, all the Cotswolds has to offer is within easy reach, from top quality restaurants to breath-taking scenery
Adderbury Fields serves as a beautiful gateway to the Cotswolds and the picturesque market towns and villages of Chipping Norton, Moreton-in-Marsh and Stow-on-the-Wold, where you will find a generous collection of independent shops, alongside a selection of the finest restaurants and cosy pubs.
It is an area with a rich heritage, and those looking to delve into the local history could spend a day visiting one of many of the historic houses such as Broughton Castle or Upton House, just a short drive from Adderbury.
Golf lovers can perfect their swing at either Banbury Golf Club or Rye Hill Golf Club, both of which are nearby.
You won’t have to go far to get a taste of the Cotswolds as the pubs in Adderbury and nearby Milton offer a warm welcome and traditional pub meals made with locally sourced ingredients. Just a few miles from your door you could be sampling the very best of British cuisine in the award winning restaurants and pubs of the Cotswolds. At restaurants such as Wild Thyme in Chipping Norton you will find seasonal dishes made with the freshest ingredients, whilst in the surrounding towns and villages you can pick up locally produced goods.
Having a cosy night in? Why not pick up a selection of cheeses made by Blur bassist Alex James? A range of local produce can also be found at the Wykham Park Farm Shop, just a ten minute drive from Adderbury. The shop has established a reputation for selling the highest quality British produce with home grown meat and vegetables available.
With such variety on offer you are sure to find something to satisfy your taste buds when you make Adderbury Fields your home.
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