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Welcome to Kingfisher Barn Holiday Cottages

Address: Rye Farm, Abingdon, OX14 3NN

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By Public Transport The nearest train stations are Oxford and Didcot, both similar distances away (around 8 miles). By Car The bed and breakfast is close to major routes such as the A34, M4 and M40. From the A34; - Head for Abingdon town centre and continue across 3 roundabouts. - After the 3rd roundabout you will find yourself on Ock Street (A415). - Proceed to the traffic lights. - Turn left onto Stratton Way and pass the 1st set of traffic lights. - Continue up to the 2nd set of traffic lights, but please notice that the road will widen to go left or right. - Approach the traffic lights in the right-hand lane. - After the traffic lights turn right into Stert Street. - Once in Stert Street you pass 2 pedestrian crossings and the church clock tower on the left. - Continue straight on the A415 over the Abingdon bridge and pass the Nags Head pub on the left. - Just over the bridge, turn left into the public car park and follow the single-track lane in front of you. This will lead to Kingfisher Barn.

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Oxford United Football Club - Football Club

Oxford United Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.34 miles (6.94 km)
Oxford United F.C. is an English football team currently playing in Football League Two. The club is owned by chairman Firoz Kassam and managed by Brian Talbot. Its home ground is the Kassam Stadium in Oxford with a capacity of 12,500. Oxford United was formed as amateur club Headington in 1893, adding the suffix United the following year, and competed in local leagues until being elected to the Southern League and becoming professional in 1949. In 1960, Headington United was renamed Oxford United in order to give it a higher profile.

Hinksey Heights Golf Club - Oxford - Golf

Hinksey Heights Golf Club - Oxford - Golf

Distance 4.66 miles (7.46 km)
At Hinksey Heights - The Oxford Golf Course - you will find an 18 hole championship course described by one of the organisers of this year's Elite European Senior Tour match as 'an inland links course with the most remarkable views of Oxford's dreaming spires'. Set just on the edge of the city, visitors, business people and residents enjoy their game in one of the most outstanding areas of beauty in the Thames Valley. With an active membership of the club there is always plenty of activity on the main course as well as the 9-hole par 3 course. The 939 yard 9 hole Par 3 Spires Golf Course is available for all standards of golfer to play in competition or for practice and tuition purposes.

Hadden Hill Golf Club - Didcot - Golf

Hadden Hill Golf Club - Didcot - Golf

Distance 5.03 miles (8.04 km)
The course was built to the highest standards, with no expense spared on its greens, which are superb, and the fairways where the ball sits up waiting to be hit. It is a pleasure to play, and a real challenge for all players whatever their standard. It has already been chosen for two County events. The course has spectacular views to the Berkshire Downs and the historic Wittenham Clumps. Visitors are always welcome to come and play the course. Tee times can be booked up to a week in advance by visitors. Pro-shop and Driving Range opening hours are 0830 - 2000 Monday to Friday, 0700 - 1900 Saturday and Sunday.

Oxford Centre - Town Centre

Oxford Centre - Town Centre

Distance 5.88 miles (9.41 km)
Oxford conjures up images of students riding their bicycles furiously to their next lecture, elegant university buildings and the terribly English pastime of spending a leisurely afternoon punting on the Thames. However, there is more to Oxford than the university... from museums... to peacefulparks... to its lively social life. The origins of the city of Oxford are lost in the mists of time. The remains of a priory were discovered close to the present day site of Christ Church Cathedral. Most of the colleges are open to the public, All Souls founded in 1437, Balliol founded in the 13th century, Christ Church which was founded by Cardinal Wolsey.