The Villages Of The Cotswolds
Fulbrook, Oxfordshire overlooks the Windrush valley & is only a short distance from the Oxfordshire town of Burford.
The large village was mentioned in the Domes Day Book as "Fulebroc" the name coming from the Old English meaning "foul or dirty brook" quite possibly meaning the River Windrush.
The parish chuch is of Norman origins with several changes having taken place over the centuries.
The village is less than 1 miles from Burford on the A361 Burford to Chipping Norton.
Bus services connecting the village:
- 113 Fulbrook-Carterton Mcleans Coaches
- 233 Witney-Milton under Wychwood Stagecoach Oxford
- X23 Oxford-Milton under Wychwood Stagecoach Oxford
Nearest rail station is Ascott-Under-Wychwood
If you are visiting the village, be aware that there is only on street parking so please be respectful.
- The Masons Arms
- The Carpenters Arms