Located in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds the village of Ascott-under-Wychwood is situated on the south side of the River Evenlode and lies on the Cotswolds & Malvern Railway (between London and Worcester). It is one of three villages that take their name from the great medieval Wychwood Forest, the other two being Milton and Shipton. There is a well-stocked community run shop, a church and a boutique hotel serving good food. The village is surrounded by beautiful countryside for long walks and various equine activities. The nearby towns of Chipping Norton, Charlbury and Burford offer more comprehensive facilities.
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