Charlbury is that rare thing - an unspoilt Cotswold town. Off the beaten track, yet easy to reach; sought after, but down to earth too.
Sequestered down winding B roads, Charlbury nestles on the Oxfordshire edge of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A town centre in characteristic local stone is joined by an attractive tangle of more modern developments, attractively perched on the side of the Evenlode valley.
There's always something going in Charlbury, as the crowded noticeboards and this very website demonstrate. Talks in the Corner House, live music at the Shed and the Rose & Crown, guided walks, bustling churches, summer festivals, cricket and Morris teams - and that’s just to scratch the surface. Yet Charlbury is a practical place, too. The charming Brunel station has direct trains to Oxford and London; the shops include a well-stocked and perpetually busy Co-op supermarket.
Come for the weekend, and prepare to be enchanted by our friendly little town.