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Port Meadow

Walton Well Road, Oxford, England
+44 1865 715830
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“perch pub” (12 reviews)
Walton Well Road, Oxford, England
+44 1865 715830
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Port Meadow, a bucolic large open pasture dotted with cows and horses, lies on the West side of Oxford between the River Thames and the Oxford Canal. It is easily reached from various directions, including a delightful Thames-side footpath from the train station where kingfishers...More

Thank travelled_wide
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you have the opportunity to visit Port Meadows, DO NOT PASS IT UP! As a photographer in the early morning you have wide open fields, mist and wild horses! One morning we even had a light crisp snow on the ground. Beautiful place to...More

Thank pott1432
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A walk along the river Thames through Port Meadow to the Trout pub is a quintissential Oxford moment - go and enjoy it.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Having grown up close by, Port Meadow is my girlfriend's favourite place in the world. Wide open spaces, groups of wild horses as well as the beautiful river that runs through it make it a fantastic place to go for a stroll or picnic (or...More

Thank jonnyandmimi
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

These meadows are maybe a 20 minute walk out of the town centre along the canal. During WWII they were used as an airbase and so some of the paths you walk along look as though they date from the 1940s. It is beautiful and...More

Thank sheepygold
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was always the first view of the dreaming spires as you arrive by train into Oxford. Less formal meadows.

Thank Stephanie P
Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

We came across this while visiting the area with our young son and dog. The ground is not ideal for a pushchair but it's do-able. Our dog loved the open space to run and being able to dip in and out of the rivers water....More

Thank KatieSharman
Reviewed 6 August 2017

One of my favouryte places in Oxford - a huge meadow on two sides of Tames river, with lots of ponies, cows, trees, old abbey and 800-years old pub. A wonderful place for walking, cycling, running, swimming, picnic and chilling out. Don't wait for more...More

Thank leuveen
Reviewed 5 August 2017

Accessible from the city centre, west Oxford and Wolvercote this fantastic old meadow full of grazing animals (local people able to use this as part of a historic charter). Wondeful for short or long walks. The river runs alongside with various points where people still...More

Thank John G
Reviewed 31 July 2017

The stunning area of Port Meadow is great to visit for many reasons. You can walk to it via the area of Jericho or via a foot path, which you can get to via Oxford. Not only is it a lovely place to visit, but...More

Thank Gemma M
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Mihaela C
22 April 2016|
Response from tripleplay97 | Reviewed this property |
Get a 17 bus from the train station and get off at the Victoria Arms. Head west away from the pub down Walton Well Road.