Midsomer County may be fictional but the actual filming locations are very real.
South Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire are classic English landscapes with picturesque villages, the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the River Thames.
There are fabulous shops to browse, attractions to visit and events to enjoy as well as fine places to eat.
Local places to stay with a special Visit Midsomer offer:
Situated beside the River Thames at beautiful Goring Gap, The Swan at Streatley offers a special Midsomer break including Bed, Breakfast and a Champagne afternoon tea for 2 people.
Located only 10 minutes from Thame and surrounded by filmed locations, the Peacock Country Inn is host to the Midsomer Murders Society annual convention.
Greenlands is one of the featured locations and a star of the show itself, featuring as ‘The Belvoir Hotel’ in the 2014 episode The Flying Club.
Fancy walking in the footsteps of Inspector Barnaby?… For fans of the popular village drama ‘Midsomer Murders’ this ‘Midsomer Explorer Break’ is perfect.
Find somewhere else to stay in Southern Oxfordshire on the official tourism website. Some accommodation carries an independent star assessment from the AA or VisitBritain, the organisations responsible for National Quality Standards. Other accommodation may display e.g. a Certificate of Excellence from a national review site.
Accommodation is grouped in easy to search categories:
- B&B/Guest House (also covers Inn, ‘restaurant with rooms’ and ‘room only establishments)
- Self Catering (any cottage, flat or house where food is not included)
- Camping & Caravan (includes everything from fully serviced sites with all amenities to rural fields with tents and little else).