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Merton is ideally placed to cater for your interests and tastes, allowing you to experience the best of English city and country.

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Visit Cotswold villages and market towns, taste the local beer in a traditional English pub, walk along the Oxford canal, take in the delights of Oxford and London or explore the local countryside on a bicycle.

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learn english flag The Cotswolds, The Chilterns
learn english flag Blenheim, Waddesdon, Warwick
oXFORD, "city of dreaming spires" is home to the oldest English-speaking university in the world and includes architecture from every period from the Saxons to the present day. 

Travelling by the fastest trains, London lies just 50 minutes away, opening up all the delights and opportunities of the capital which can be easily visited in a day from Merton.
Museum Oxford Blenheim Palace Waddesdon Manor
  Bicester Village, just 4 miles from Merton, is the leading outlet shopping destination in Europe visited annually by more than 3 million customers from all over the world.

To the west of Oxford lie the Cotswolds, an area famed for its beauty  with its country paths rolling hills and quintessentially English villages and pubs. To the east lie the chalk hills and magnificent beech forests of the Chilterns haunted by the cries of low-flying red kites.

Blenheim Palace, 20 minutes from Merton, is the birthplace of Winston Churchill, and a world heritage site. It is one of England's greatest palaces with gardens to match. Other English country estates to visit include Stowe, and the magnificent Waddesdon Manor.

Central England is well known for its attractive and vibrant market towns. Banbury is the subject of a well known English rhyme and upmarket Henley is famed for its rowing regatta. Buckingham dates from about the 7th Century and Stratford is the famed home town of William Shakespeare.
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