Lying at the foot of the Berkshire Downs, near Didcot, in the Vale of the White Horse, Blewbury is an ancient Oxfordshire village boasting a beautifully preserved collection of ancient, half-timbered, thatched cottages, and is close to two long-distance walks – the Ridgeway and the Icknield Way – making the Inn a popular base for both walkers and cyclists.
The Red Lion Pub & Kitchen is also conveniently located close to The Harwell Science and Innovation Campus (Harwell Campus) and the Diamond Light Source and MEPC Milton Park, Didcot.
- Explore the ancient village of Blewbury
- Walk the ancient and historic tracks, The Ridgeway or The Icknield Way
- Explore the wide, open spaces of the Berkshire Downs
- Visit nearby iron age forts and barrow sites
- Visit Blewbury’s Norman church and the village art gallery displaying work by local artists
- Cycling, horse riding, festivals, eg; Cornbury, Wilderness, Feastival and Giffords Circus
- Take the Agatha Christie tour and walk the Thames Path at nearby Wallingford
- Visit Nuffield Place, once home to English textile designer and writer, William Morris. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/
- Explore the area by bike or on foot