Where we are

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tablelogosquareWitt’s End Cottage is in the village of Finstock in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.

http://www.finstock.org.uk contains a wealth of information about the village.

The nearest larger towns to Finstock are Charlbury (2.6 miles), Witney (5.6 miles) and Woodstock (8.4 miles). Oxford is about 15 miles south east of Finstock.

Trains run to Charlbury from London, via Reading and Oxford, or from Hereford via Worcester.

Buses run to both Witney and Charlbury from Finstock from bus stops outside the cottage. The Stagecoach bus (Service S3)  runs from Charlbury to Woodstock (for Blenheim Palace) and Oxford

Check the internet for up-to-date train, bus and taxi services

Driving

The Post Code of the Cottage is OX7 3DL, 43 School Road. Finstock.

From Charlbury take the B4022 South towards Witney, pass Finstock railway station on the right and take the next turning left into Finstock signposted to the Shop and Post Office. Witts End Cottage is 40 yards on the right, directly opposite the shop and Post Office

From Witney take the B4022 North towards Charlbury, through Hailey and Whiteoak Green. After Hilltop Garden Centre there is a right turn signposted to Finstock called High Street, it is easier to pass this turn and continue on towards Charlbury and take the next turning right signposted to Finstock, Shop and Post Office. Witts End Cottage is 40 yards on the right, directly opposite the shop and Post Office

From Woodstock take the A44 north towards Enstone, turn left onto the B4437 west towards Charlbury. Turn left onto the B4022 south towards Witney, pass Finstock railway station on the right and take the next turning left into Finstock signposted to the Shop and Post Office. Witts End Cottage is 40 yards on the right, directly opposite the shop and Post Office

Finstock can also be reached from Oxford or Woodstock direction from the main A4095 towards Witney, taking a right turn towards East End, just after the village of Long Hanborough. This route, although scenic, uses unnamed, singletrack uneven roads with danger of grounding in places and is shared with horse riders, deer, rabbits, pheasants and cyclists! Please drive with care.