Packages in Aston
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Aston Vacation Packages
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London, the national capital, stands 60 miles east of Aston.
It's worth your time to head 11 miles east from Aston to Oxford, which has a good range of attractions. It's here you can see Blenheim Palace and University Church of St Mary the Virgin. Also call on the Ashmolean Museum.
Oxfordshire is a place of proud sporting traditions. Join local fans at Kassam Stadium in Oxford, home to the London Welsh and the Oxford United FC. To watch a game, travel 13 miles east from Aston. Relive the match's greatest moments with local sports enthusiasts after the game in one of the nearby pubs, clubs or bars.
Only passing through? Visit Aston Pottery & Trading Company for something to do.
You might like to visit the Witney Lakes Golf Course and West Witney Sports and Social Club in Witney, 4 miles away. Another option is to spend a day in Faringdon. It is roughly 6 miles out of Aston and boasts Great Coxwell Barn and Faringdon Folly Tower and Woodland.
Approximately 9 miles to the southeast of Aston is Abingdon, an important regional center which is home to the Frilford Heath Golf Club, the Abingdon County Hall Museum and Milton Manor House. The Abingdon Abbey and Fallowfields Falconry are just a sample of the other sites that should be included on the savvy traveler's agenda.
Got a craving for food, fun and friends? Be sure to gratify your senses in the region's cafés and restaurants.
It's possible you haven't paid much heed to the intricacies of fish and lamb in the past, but you'll surely learn more about these characteristic regional ingredients during your time here.
Two of the local delicacies are bangers and mash (sausages with mashed potatoes) and ploughman’s lunch (cheese, bread, pickles and cold cuts).
Indulge a little with one of the region's tasty desserts, spotted dick (sponge pudding of dried fruits with custard).
Have a Yorkshire Bitter while you're in Oxfordshire. It's one of the region's most beloved beverages.
If you're not much of a drinker, hot chocolate is the popular local beverage for you.
If you want to connect with the locals here, taste Bombay Saphire Gin, a popular spirit.
Whether you like it sweet, dry or semi-dry, wine is a wonderful beverage to complement an evening meal. Try the regional favorites, Denbies Pinot Gris and Chapel Down Chardonnay.
After you have been amazed by the beauty of Oxfordshire, it might be a little difficult to say bye to this extraordinary area.
Don't worry about missing your flight. Just make sure you remember that the closest airport is 45 miles away.
Accommodation in Aston
Witney is about 4 miles from Aston, and this happens to be the nearest place that has hotels and apartments listed on Expedia's hotel booking page. Two of the most comfortable options here are the Old Swan & Minster Mill and The Blue Boar Two more economical options are the Oxford Witney Hotel and the Eynsham Hall, which often get good reviews.