Deddington is a bustling and vibrant village in North Oxfordshire, located on the edge of the beautiful Cotswolds, approximately 6 miles south of Banbury. It has easy access to the M40 motorway at Junction 10, and excellent train services to London Marylebone and Birmingham from either Banbury or Bicester North stations.
A little further afield are Woodstock (Blenheim Palace), Oxford with its historic colleges and museums and Stratford-Upon-Avon with the RSC and excellent shopping facilities.
The village comprises some beautiful ancient honey-coloured Hornton stone buildings set around the historic Market Place, some of which date back to the 17th century. The housing stock includes small village cottages together with larger period homes set in lovely gardens. The village provides a range of independent shops, including a delicatessen, florist, boutiques and coffee shop, together with a great range of pubs, hotels and restaurants. There is also the beautiful parish church of St Peter & Paul and an ancient Town Hall. A farmer’s market is held in the Market Place on the fourth Saturday of each month and creates a real buzz with stalls selling organic local produce. There are a wealth of clubs and societies to join and there is a primary school within the village.
The countryside around Deddington is scattered with lovely stone villages, including Kingham with Daylesford Organics close by, together with the Great Tew Estate and Soho Farmhouse is just a 10-minute drive away.