Didcot

Didcot has a history that dates back over 2000 years and is believed to be one of the earliest settlements in the area. Good railway connections to London and the West Country. Probably best known for its 650ft chimney and six 325ft cooling towers built for the National Power company.
40 Results In Or Near Didcot
0.2 miles from the centre of Didcot
DRC recreates the golden age of the Great Western Railway, with a fine collection of over 20 steam locomotives, many housed in the original 1932 engine shed, a collection of passenger coaches and freight wagons. With examples of GWR buildings and infrastructure, including the original 1857 Transfer Shed.
6.8 miles from the centre of Didcot
Regardless of whether you're arranging a small and intimate event or a grand occasion, your unique day will be one to remember at The Crazy Bear, Stadhampton. With striking stylistic decor throughout, flavorful food and phenomenal service, the unique venue offers the ideal setting for your wedding day.
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7.4 miles from the centre of Didcot
The Miller of Mansfield is a modern inn set in an 18th century coaching inn. A warm welcome awaits. Partake in fine wines, well looked after beer, refined food and a sumptuous night's sleep. This pub-restaurant with 13 individually styled rooms celebrates the heritage of its building alongside a very 21st century take on savouring delicious food in hospitable surroundings.
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8.2 miles from the centre of Didcot
A vibrant village pub and restaurant situated in an historic Tudor Chantry House, The White Hart's dramatic antique features such as the great hall and minstrel's gallery (now the dining room) have been well preserved. Favouring local and seasonal produce, owners Mark and Kay Chandler source from the surrounding farms and estates, as well trade surplus fruit and vegetables from the pub's large kitchen garden for other local ingredients. All dishes are prepared on site, including bread and pas...
9.2 miles from the centre of Didcot
Discover the life and times of a beautiful Berkshire Mansion This Berkshire Palladian mansion was rescued from ruin by Lord and Lady Illife back in 1952 who set about restoring it and scouring the country for 18th century artworks and furnishings that would be in keeping with the history of the house. The result is what you see today – a simply glorious building, inside and out, which reflects the gracious life of an aristocrat in Georgian England. Inside you'll see amazing plaster wor...
9.4 miles from the centre of Didcot
The Greyhound Inn offers a fabulously warm welcome and looks after its guests with great care and attention. The rooms are thoughtfully appointed, the food is freshly prepared, imaginative and delicious, and there's a good selection of beers and wines by the glass. Guests can enjoy country walks from the doorstep or cycling routes on the untouched North Wessex Downs.
9.4 miles from the centre of Didcot
The Greyhound Inn offers a fabulously warm welcome and looks after its guests with great care and attention. With 8 ensuite bedrooms, bar, restaurant.
9.5 miles from the centre of Didcot
The Bear and Ragged Staff in Cumnor,just a few miles from Oxford.The heart of the pub with Ancient chimneys, flagstone floors and mullioned windows with cut lin
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