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Iffley can be reached along the towpath on a cycle from Oxford, in a car, or on the bus, if you get off on the Iffley Road. The village has a lot of old houses and buildings, some with thatched roofs. There is a lovely...More
Iffley is a small village where the locks are for the canal. You can cross the bridge and stroll along the banks of the canal. If you feel like refreshments there is a pub where I got a most welcome pot of tea as it...More
There should be an existing entry for this spectacular Romanesque church. I lived in Oxford on two separate occasions while conducting academic research. Fortunately, student of mine who had been a Rhodes scholar at Oxford told me of this remarkable church. It is open most...More
Very picturesque English village that has a 12th century church that is worth seeing. Fantastic stone bridge over the river and the Thames path is accessible. Fantastic place to stop off and have an ale in the pub.
A very pretty village which offers easy access to the Thames footpath and the pretty Iffley lock.Beautiful countryside right on the doorstep with stunning cottages backing onto the River...and a few pubs dotted around for good measure.visited 26th nov 2017.
For a stroll and a pub stop amid houses and lanes that seem to proclaim that Miss Marple is nearby, pretending to garden, this is hard to beat. Together with the lock and the river, it's a five-spot experience, particularly after a cider in the...More
Unfortunately we had a really disappointing meal here. We went on a Sunday evening and it was very quiet. The decor was lacking in atmosphere somewhat but nevertheless we were looking forward to a lovely meal for our anniversary trip.
We ordered the 'rustic bread...More