We enjoyed our two days in Oxford. It's a lovely, old town with lovely homes and lots of history. Between its location on the Tred Avon River and with Town Creek going through its center, it appears that a majority of the homes have their own water front and dock! We loved that many of the homes had large wraparound porches - my favorite feature on a house! We hit three of the restaurants in town, two for really nice meals and one for a drink and sunset! My favorite was at Latitudes 38.
There is one grocery store in town, and they also serve hand dipped ice cream – sign us up! One other ice cream shop was next to the Restaurant, Capsized. It was the “Scottish Highland Creamer”, where the ice cream and gelato is made fresh every day. Yummm! There are two really old (from pre-Revolution days) in town, the Robert Morris Inn and the Oxford Inn. Impressive structures, lovely and well-preserved. We visited one boat yard, where Dan was able to buy some parts he needed.
|screened porch (Apparently there are bugs!)|
|another lovely porch|
|view from the adirondack chairs|
|adirondack chairs positioned perfectly!|
|sign in the boatyard|
|view across the creek from our boat|
|lovely home across the water|
|Robert Morris Inn|