Kidlington is a large village between the River Cherwell and the Oxford Canal in Oxfordshire. It is situated in close proximately to the famous Woodstock, so has become a popular destination for an escape from the chaos.
The main tourist attraction of the town is the 1220 built Church of England church named St Mary the Virgin. The medieval structure still remains, with a narrow and tall spire that is visible in the skyline miles around. The church itself holds evenings in where people can learn of the architecture and take photos of the interior.
Nearby is a village of Bladon where Sir Winston Churchill is buried. He was also born at Blenheim Palace which is a short drive away from Kidlington. For an escape to the country with some historic architecture, this is the place to go.