When I’m not running my boutique travel and lifestyle PR agency Turtle, you’ll find me practising yoga, playing tennis or hitting the spin studio at the local gym. On weekends we love to explore the local area as a family with our fluffy white little Malshi – Pixie, walking in Shotover Woods or on Christmas Common – anywhere with nice views. I also love trying new country pubs and local restaurants in the area, often with family and friends. School holidays are usually spent at our family home in Spain or cutting some shapes on the slopes.
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48 hours in Oxfordshire – tips for a wonderful weekend
Just a short hop from London, the historic county of Oxfordshire is famous for its dreaming spires, quaint villages, chocolate-box cottages, grand stately homes and ancient market towns. Oxfordshire can offer something different for every visitor, such as romantic punting, family fun or stomping round a grand old estate.
Oxfordshire was recorded as a county in the early 10th century and sits between the River Thames to the south, the Cotswolds to the west, the Chiltern Hills to the east and the Midlands to the north, with segments also running south to Henley-on-Thames and north to Banbury.
With so much to explore within its boundaries, it would take several months to really experience all Oxfordshire has to offer. Here however is my suggested itinerary for a whistle-stop, 48-hour weekend.