Adderbury is located approximately 3 miles south of Banbury. It is divided into two by the Sor Brook. It has had several changes of spelling in its history – appearing as ‘Eadburg’ in the Domesday Book. There are many honeycoloured Horton stone cottages in the older
parts of the village, and historic buildings of outstanding architecture. The village also features an excellent range of pubs and restaurants from which to enjoy a drink and relaxing meal. The Adderbury Lakes are a special feature of the village and a designated nature reserve, because of their environmental beauty. An Adderbury Circular Walk and Village Trail is available to purchase from Banbury Tourist Information Centre.