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All reviewsperchcows and horsestrout innflood plainlarge open spacegreat place for a strolldog walkingvisit portnature loversdreaming spireswalk along the riveroxford canalwalton streetcity centrelovely walksunny daythe pub
We strayed the day at the perch (made reservations 3 hours ahead) the place is usually full on weekends!
Then we started the walk around
Front the river we turned right and did a 4 mike walk near the river
We crossed the river and...More
One of the few lovely unspoilt places in our busy city. Lovely to walk along the riverbank with the dog where at low places she can have a paddle. Very quiet other than the gentle lowing of the cattle. If you want to relax pay...More
Close to the city centre, we love walking through Port Meadow. It always appears full of life - and not just for the cows! Families, dog walkers, students rowing, teenagers swimming, boats mooring... I could go on.
I love running through Port Meadow most: a...More
spectacular bit of wide open common-ground meadow space... horse and cows... wild grasses.. rowers, boaters, picnickers, dog walkers abound, but can always be as far away from it all as you please... not so nice since they built awful Jericho buildings spoiling the view at...More
A huge and ancient open space for centuries, thankfully it has remained largely unbruised by modern development, except where the local authorities fail to prevent inadvisable buildings on its edges....
It has the River Thames running through it, is home for part of the year...More
Drove over from Coventry on 14th August as we are on a few days holiday and wanted to try somewhere new to walk our two Springer Spaniel dogs.
Well, what can I say? What a lovely location! Right from parking the car the dogs were...More
Free car park (with toilets) at Godstowe end which makes it easier if you have kids. Pack a picnic, not a BBQ as the place is tinder dry at present and some towels as you will want to paddle or swim to cool down after...More