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Cholsey in Oxfordshire

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Cholsey, Oxfordshire, is only a mile from the River Thames near Wallingford, and has some interesting historical associations. Ethelred the Unready founded an abbey here in 986, probably in expiation of the murder of his brother Edward. This was destroyed by the Danes who ravaged the area, and later the abbey was attached to that of Reading. Of all these buildings nothing remains, but it is thought that part of the cruciform church, namely the central tower, may date back to Anglo-Saxon times. However, St Mary's today is mostly Norman, though the chancel was lengthened in the 13th century and the tower raised some time later. Amongst the monuments there is a brass to John Mere, vicar, dated 1471.

Adjacent cities/towns/villages: Abingdon, Aldworth, Beedon, Benson, Blewbury, Brightwell Baldwin, Brightwell-cum-Sotwell, Chalgrove, Chazey Heath, Checkendon, Chislehampton, Clifton Hampden, Crays Pond, Crowmarsh, Crowmarsh Gifford, Culham, Didcot, Dorchester, Drayton, Drayton St Leonard, East Ilsley, Ewelme, Goring, Goring Heath, Harwell, Kidmore End, Lower Basildon, Mapledurham, Milton, Nettlebed, North Moreton, Nuffield, Pangbourne, Preston Crowmarsh, Roke, Shillingford, South Moreton, South Stoke, Stadhampton, Steventon, Stoke Row, Streatley, Sutton Courtenay, Wallingford, Warborough, Watlington, West Ilsley, Whitchurch Hill, Whitchurch on Thames, Woodcote

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Accommodation in Cholsey:

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Fyfield Manor
Fyfield Manor bed and breakfast is a twelfth century building with early eighteenth century panelling and mid-nineteenth century fašade. Nominated as one of the best B/Bs in England by Staysure. This village B&B is conveniently situated for R.A.F. Benson, Wallingford, Henley-on-Thames and Oxford. Enjoy a bit of history: choose whether to stay in the Manor itself or the Cloister

Fords Farm
Ford's Farm guest house, Ewelme, is convenient if you are visiting Wallingford or Henley. The village of your stay has its own historic attractions: the medieval Church, Almshouses, School, and King's Pool where Henry VIII used to frolic with his fifth wife, Katherine Howard. Ford's Farm 15th century farmhouse blends in well with the history all around.

Fords Farm Cottages
Fords Farm is a working farm situated in the picturesque village of Ewelme near to Wallingford and Henley. Ewelme is flooded with history. Some historical attractions include the 15th century church and Almshouses. Parts of the farmhouse itself date back to the 15th century. These 4 and 5 star self-catering cottages are luxuriously furnished to the highest standard.