& Home Counties inc Oxfordshire, Reading, Slough, Berkshire & Hertfordshire Escorts
Indie Collective is not an Oxford escort agency, we are a group of independent escorts - without managers - who keep 100% of our income.
To arrange a date with one of the independent Oxford and Home Counties escorts shown on this page, please contact the lady directly.
Home Counties Outcalls
Lottie Parker is a beautiful blonde high class independent escort covering the whole of Oxfordshire and the Home Counties for outcall bookings - she can visit you in Oxford, Reading, Berkshire and elsewhere. Lottie offers GFE and BDSM services and is a super-fun date!
Independent Oxford Escort
Wonderful Pippa is based in the Cotswolds and covers the whole of Oxfordshire and the Home Counties on an outcall basis. This beautifully bisexual escort loves to play with couples and play with her companion friends. Book Pippa in Oxford, Reading, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire and beyond.
Busty & Beautiful in Oxford
Tantalising Berkshire Beauty
Oxfordshire, Reading & Beyond
Lauren Brook is beautiful in both looks and personality! This dazzling babe is available to visit you at your home or hotel in Oxfordshire, Berkshire and elsewhere in the Home Counties. Bisexual Lauren loves to duo with her escorts friends - see her website for details.
Mature Oxford Escort
Oxford Mistress Escort
Are you looking for a kinky date in Oxfordshire, Berkshire or elsewhere in the Home Counties? Professional pervert and Mistress Amanda Jones offers outcalls to Oxford and all surrounding counties and cities. This BDSM aficionado promises an exceptionally memorable date.
Arranging a Date with an Independent Oxford, Berkshire or Reading Escort
The escorts on this page are available to meet in Oxfordshire and the Home Counties including Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Surrey; they may be available for outcall or incall, please visit their individual websites for more information.
More About Oxford
The city of Oxford is Steeped in ancient history and known to people around the world for its famous university, museums, and many famous writers, scientists, actors and inventors. Once you escape the hustle and bustle of London city, if you head west of the Home Counties of Buckinghamshire and north of Hampshire, you find yourself in the beautiful shire of Oxford alongside the M40. Oxford is a gorgeous city, filled with stunning architecture, and drenched in history since 900AD. It is World famous for the acclaimed University of Oxford, as well as its world beating Oxford Rowing team. But there are lots of other undiscovered treasures within the city that include its artistic flare, botanic gardens, cultural heritage and the beautiful rivers.
The Thames connects London with several counties and one of its tributaries the River Cherwell, flows languidly through the city of Oxford, allowing plenty to explore from the University campus, and across the city centre. Many locations including historic pubs famous for being filmed in Harry Potter are available for visits, or tourists and local visitors can be inspired by its literary, political, sports and science legends from Sir Thomas More to Vera Britain, Oscar Wilde, Iris Murdoch and many more. Just being in the city gives you a feeling of awe and pride at all that it holds for anyone interested. And there’s so much to see and learn!
Enquiring minds who like British TV detectives series Lewis, Morse or Endeavour would be delighted by taking one of the official Walking Tours available which incorporates seeing sites where filming took place, from the world-famous Bodleian Library to the quads of the Oxford Colleges, with the narrow winding alleyways between public houses where many scenes were often shot. You can learn what many iconic buildings are famous for historically, and don’t have to be a Morse fan to enjoy the tour – there is so much interesting information about how Oxford University itself operates, with its students and academics living in colleges to this day.
There’s the Natural History and Pitt River Museums or the Ashmolean, which is fascinating for people of all ages to visit. Whether you fancy yourself a saint or sinner, there is Oxford Castle and Prison to explore. Unbelievably, the Malmaison hotel even offers overnight accommodation within the prison structures, whilst the University Church of St Mary the Virgin offers great views of Oxford with several spires that the bravest visitors can climb. The castle prison is rumoured to be haunted so all the more thrilling for intrepid tourists to brave...
After climbing Towers or hours of trawling famous shopping streets and covered markets, then perhaps some leisurely punting on the river Cherwell or a cruise from Folly Bridge, could be just what the doctor ordered. You’re never too far from great food, drink, atmosphere and scenery on offer in Oxford and most are within walking distance. If you are a fan of the renowned sport of rowing, you will definitely find yourself rooting for Oxford over Cambridge during the Regatta season.
Just outside the city of Oxford is the resplendent Blenheim Palace; birthplace of Winston Churchill, famous for its pleasure gardens and perfect for events held throughout the year. The fringes of Oxfordshire abound with pretty villages and green spaces to visit, which are still never too far from the big cities like London, Southampton, Reading, Birmingham or Cheltenham.
Why the 'Home Counties'?
Home Counties are more specifically the counties that surrounding London and Middlesex. They include Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Surrey. Hampshire can often be included, due to its reasonable proximity to London and its excellent transport links. If you happen to be looking for Heathrow or Gatwick escorts rather than Oxford, please head to that page instead.
Lottie Parker's Favourite Oxford Haunts
Our resident Oxfordian, Lottie R Parker, gives us the low down of her favourite places to visit:
Bodleian Library: established in 1602, the Bodleian deposit library entitled to free copies of all books printed in Great Britain. It's also particularly rich in Oriental manuscripts and collections of English literature, local history, and early printing.
Oxford University Museum of Natural History: in here you will find the world famous Oxford Dodo and Megalosaurus Bucklandii Dinosaur.
Pitt Rivers Museum: boasts one of the greatest collections of world archaeology and anthropology from all periods in history and corners of the globe. This includes fascinating collections of cultural treasures and thousands of artefacts illustrating the vast diversity of culture and how as humans we solved the solutions to some of the most basic problems we faced throughout evolution. If you get the chance to visit, take a look at the ‘shrunken heads’!!
Picnic in the Park: what better way to spend an afternoon than in the luscious green Oxford university parks. Bring a hamper, some champagne and just soak in the fresh air and peaceful friendly open space around you.
Cowley Road: in the first week of July, Cowley Rd holds its annual carnival which is loud, vibrant and bustling with culture and colour plus aromatic foods to get your mouth watering. This quirky community is filled with energy, second hand shops, and is well known for its colourful painted murals. It’s Oxford's Brick Lane.
Punting & Pimms: I have fond memories of playing about in a punt with friends and a pimms in hand. I couldn’t recommend this highly enough. If you visit oxford on a day where you’re blessed with warm sunshine, this is a fantastic way to enjoy the afternoon.
Lottie's Favourite Cocktail Bars in Oxford
The Alchemist: this rooftop bar in Oxford has a spectacular array of concoctions to choose from; colour changing, bubbling, smoking and of course your favourite flutes of fizz to wet those luscious lips!
The Mad Hatter
The Duke of Cambridge: this lovely bar has something of a great Gatsby vibe to it. Situated in the quirky Little Clarendon Street in Jericho close by you have Carluccio’s Italian, Al-Andalus tapas bar, and Pierre Victoire’s French restaurant. If that isn’t enough they also serve happy hour from 4pm-9pm Sunday to Thursday and 4-7.30pm Friday - Saturday.
....and Dining in Oxford
The Ivy: this beautiful restaurant is worth paying a visit if only to marvel at the stunning decor and artwork that adorns the walls. The service and food is outstanding too may I add. But be sure to book a table in advance to avoid any disappointment!
Gee’s: grade II listed Victorian conservatory was built in 1897 for the Gee family in North Oxford. Originally it was a garden centre selling plants, flowers, fruit and vegetables grown on the family’s nearby nursery Norham Gardens.
Les Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons: famous for it’s exquisite tasting menu’s and 2 *star Michelin Chef, Raymond Blanc, this 15th century manor boasts beautiful gardens and also offers cookery classes. Table bookings must be made two months in advance. But I’m sure it is worth the wait!