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Worton Park, where is it?

Worton Park is a beautiful resort situation just outside Oxford in one of the most breath-taking parts of the English countryside. Students have the option to stay on the resort (on a first come basis) and take advantage of the resorts full facilities of out door Swimming Pool, vast woodlands, and tennis courts. It is located next door to a working Organic farm!


Please click here for a large scale interactive map.


The two main airports to use for Oxford are London Heathrow and London Gatwick (Heathrow being the closest). Here are the two official websites for these airports.

Here is the official word from the Oxford City Guide.

“In our opinion, the easiest and cheapest way to get to Oxford is to take a bus from the airport that comes straight to the city. Buses run by The Airline leave Heathrow approximately every 20 minutes, and Gatwick every hour, and are large, comfortable coaches that allow you to sit back, relax, and watch the beautiful countryside. From Heathrow, a return ticket costs approximately £19 and takes approximately 80 minutes from terminals 1,2,and 3, and 100 minutes from terminal 5 (for terminal 4 you will need to take the free inter-terminal train to either terminal 5 or central bus station). From Gatwick, a return ticket costs approximately £27 and takes approximately 120 minutes. The buses make a few stops once they reach Oxford, and if you’re looking to get off at the main bus station, tell the driver you want to go to Gloucester Green (pronounced “Gloss-ster”).”

There are two smaller airports reasonably close by –

Both these airports have an excellent service provided by National Express Coaches that will get you to Oxford bus station.


Oxford is on the main North-South train line from London, this means it can be easily accessed no matter which direction you are travelling from.

Here is the best website for looking into train times and prices – National Rail
To prepare yourself for your arrival into Oxford by train, here is the station guide – National Rail Oxford Station


From Cheltenham/Witney/The West – Join the A40 Eastbound towards Eynsham. Continue for approximately 5 miles. You will come to a set of traffic lights, with a Mudie Bond garage on your right hand side, turn left into Cassington (Eynsham Road) and through the village of Cassington onto the Yarnton Road. After approximately half a mile you will see the turning for Worton Park on your Right. Follow the drive down, turn left and follow signs into the car park.

From London and the M40/The East – Follow signs for Oxford A40 until the end of the dual carriageway at Headington. At the double roundabout take the third exit and A40 West. Follow the dual carriageway over two more roundabouts for approx 8miles. At the traffic lights turn right into the village of Cassington.

If you are travelling from Oxford City Centre follow the directions from the Train Station.