North Oxford

North Oxford is a suburb of Oxford, England. Historically, St John’s College, Oxford owned much of the area, and many Victorian houses in the area were originally leased from the college.

North Oxford Golf Club

The beautiful parkland golf course of North Oxford Golf Club, established in 1907, has matured beautifully and provides a wonderful challenge. As it is good for your body and mind, it is the ideal setting for you to improve your game, connect with friends and like-minded people, relax and enjoy quality time together.

North Oxford Tennis Club

Learn to Play

Whether you are new to the game or are rusty, our coaches offer beginner and “Back to Tennis” sessions, where you can build your confidence and develop the skills you need to get the most out of the club and your game.

North Oxford Villages

Two of the most historical market towns in the UK are located in North Oxfordshire, Banbury and Bicester. The market towns are busy enough to keep things exciting, but also relaxed enough to keep things stress-free – filled with great restaurants, bars, and pubs.

As the largest village in England, Kidlington stands over many picturesque villages in North Oxfordshire. You can explore everything from castles to parks, churches to breweries in the villages! There are many villages along this trail, all interesting in their own way, so make sure you check them all out so that nothing is missed!

It is a must see to see the Medieval buildings of Bloxham, the Adderbury Lakes, Islip, the birthplace of King Edward the Confessor, and the annual Fairport Convention in Cropredy every August.

There are also the famous markets at Deddington, the Hook Norton brewery and museum, and Lower Heyford’s views of the Oxford Canal. All this and more can be found in and around North Oxfordshire.