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Deddington is a distinguished village centred around the bustling Market Place and Church Street. Substantial and characterful old houses lie alongside endearing cottages. The church dates from the early 13th century. The site of Deddington Castle, once a bailey castle, but now reduced to some striking earthworks now created into a public recreation area, lies on the eastern side of the village.

Directions

Deddington is situated six miles south of Banbury on the A4260 road to Oxford.


Weston House
Church Street, Deddington, OX15 0TG

A walled garden in the middle of Deddington village with a formal front garden and at the back a lawn with borders, and a well packed shrubbery and pond. Tea and home-made cakes. Sorry – no dogs permitted.
By kind permission of Andrew and Jane Green
Entry £2.00 (under 12s free)


The Hermitage
Market Place, Deddington, OX15 0SF

Attractive mature L-shaped walled garden, with paths leading through raised beds to a water feature. Sorry - no dogs permitted.
By kind permission of Suzanne and Philip Allan
Entry £2.00 (under 12s free)