Minster Lovell Hall and Dovecote are extensive ruins of a 15th century Manor house. The remains include a fine hall, south-west tower, and complete nearby dovecote. The home of Richard III's henchman Lord Lovell. The site is run by English Heritage.
There is a public footway over private land via a kissing gate and a pasture.
The River Windrush river supports species including trout, chub and crayfish. To fish the river you need a permit, which is obtainable from a local fishing shop.
Minster Lovell Hall can be found adjacent to Minster Lovell church; 3 miles W of Witney, off A40.