You’ve arrived in Woodstock, a market town situated in Oxfordshire, South East England. Although its name might conjure images of the iconic 1969 American festival, this settlement has much more on offer.

In other words, you might not find live music of some of the most famous artists of the era. However, in its place, you’ll get a delicious Afternoon Tea in Woodstock! Who wouldn’t want that?

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Woodstock finds itself some 8 miles north-west of the county town of Oxford. Its name, translated from Old English, means “clearing in the woods”.

The Domesday Book of 1086 describes the town as a royal forest. In fact, Woodstock has a close association with all things regal, starting with King Edward III being born here in 1330.

Centuries later, during the reign of Queen Mary I, the monarch’s half-sister Elizabeth was imprisoned at Woodstock Manor.

Although not necessarily royalty, Winston Churchill was born in Woodstock’s prestigious Blenheim Palace. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a popular tourist destination well worth exploring on your next visit here.

Once you’ve worked up an appetite, be sure to stop for lunch at an Afternoon Tea Woodstock establishment.