Letcombe Regis is a small Oxfordshire village dating back to around 1086. Situated next to the entrance of Richmond Letcombe Regis is St Andrew's Church, a 15th century building with a large 13th century tower, and has some remnants of 14th century stained glass.
Situated just 2 miles from the pictuesque market town of Wantage and close to the beautiful City of Oxford, Letcombe is easily accessible from the M4 motorway.
The surrounding countryside is well worth exploring with Letcombe being on the edge of The Ridgeway and Lambourn Downs, home to a number of famous racehorse stables. It is also just 6 miles from the famous Vale of the White Horse, one of Britain's oldest and most famous hill figures being 374 feet in length and 110 feet in height and has been aged at 3000 years old.