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This ancient Oxfordshire town known locally as the Gateway to the Cotswolds sits on the River Windrush. The picturesque High Street climbs steeply away from the river and has an eclectic mix of shops and businesses. To see the town at its best then you are recommended to park the car and discover the delights on foot.
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The industrial origins of the town are based on wool, stone, brewing bellfounding and sadlle and bridle making. There is a remakable collection of 14th & 16th century houses in Burford reflecting the history of the town. Tolsey House set on the corner of Sheep Street is a remarkable Tudor house, well worth a visit.
There are a number of shops, shopping arcades, a wealth of inns , pubs and tea shops all welcoming and providing a wide selection of morning coffee, lunch, afternoon teas and suppers.
Burford Tourist Information Centre
Oxfordshire OX18 4LP
Tel: 01993 823 558
Fax: 01993 823 590
If you know the town or district where you will be staying, then please select from our towns listed.
If you are happy to just be in the Cotswolds and you would like to see all of the accommodation on offer, then please select from the list below: