The BrmmBrmm Motoring Guide to Oxfordshire


Old map; Oxfordshire, Bowen 1755Oxfordshire, often abbreviated to Oxon, is a vibrant and diverse county in the South East of England, bordering Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire and Gloucestershire. With varied rural landscapes and the richly historical county town of Oxford there is plenty to choose from. The county is famous for its education centres such as Oxford’s Universities and Colleges and numerous motorsport companies, as well as its varied culture and history throughout.

The rolling hills and ridges of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds are rich in heritage and natural beauty and are blessed with some of the most picturesque towns and villages in England, with bustling market towns nestled in the hills and secluded valleys, making it a perfect destination for a get away.

The M4 and M40 provide easy access to Oxfordshire & the Cotswolds from London and the South East, and the M5 is a direct link to Birmingham, and the Counties of Devon and Cornwall. There is also a good network of major roads linking them and leading to Oxford in the heart of the county, making getting around Oxfordshire a breeze

Index to Motoring Guide to Oxfordshire