Carterton is the second-biggest town in West Oxfordshire, England, situated some 4 miles from Witney. Although a relatively new settlement, there are a handful of places to get an Afternoon in Carterton.
If this is to your taste, you’ve chosen exceptionally well. Why not stop for lunch and enjoy the finest cuppas and cakes around? You won’t be disappointed!
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Archaeological evidence suggests that humans have inhabited the area surrounding what is now Carterton since the Bronze Age. Centuries later, during the medieval era, it became a vital stopping point for wool-traders travelling between the Cotswolds and mainland Europe.
By the 1770s, the Duke of Marlborough acquired the territory. It wouldn’t be until the 1890s, however, that the town started to take shape. Carterton was officially founded soon after 1900. Today, the highstreet boasts several Afternoon Tea Carterton establishments well worth visiting.