Noke is a pretty no through village made up of attractive individual houses and cottages and is surrounded by fields and countryside. The Otmoor Nature reserve is at the far end of the village and there is a 13th Century Church and a large village field with a fabulous children's play area. Vine Cottage is situated close to the village pond, adjacent to a field and is screened by tall trees and shrubs. The neighbouring village of Islip offers a village school with pre school, a general store within the village hall, a doctors surgery with a dispensing pharmacy and two village pubs. Islip also has the advantage of a railway station with a direct service to Oxford and to London Marylebone (c.60 mins). Noke is just c.6 miles North East of Oxford and c.4.5 miles from junction 9 of the M40.
The pretty villages of Stanton St John and Beckley are both within easy reach and have excellent pubs which serve food and Beckley also has a very good village school.
Oxford provides an extensive range of shopping and transport facilities, as well as many excellent schools including The Dragon, St Edwards, The Oxford High School, Summerfield's, Magdalen College School and Headington School. Noke is also convenient for the Abingdon schools, and Radley. Day to day shopping and supermarkets can be found in Summertown, Kidlington and Headington. Bicester Village is also within easy reach. Sporting facilities include Polo at Kirtlington, golf at the North Oxford Golf Club, Kirtlington Golf Club, and at Horton cum Studley.
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