In the centre of Cassington is a large village green, one of two greens in the village. On the green the large village hall has a dominant position. opposite the green is a row of stone cottages and a traditional village pub.
A footpath lined with lime trees next to the village school leads to the village church, St. Peter's, which is basically a Norman church with Gothic additions. Fragments of Mediaeval wall paintings survive in the church, including a Doom, a traditional term for a painting or other image of the Last Judgment, over the Norman chancel arch.
Another footpath leads to the part of the village known as Lower Cassington where there are a number of attractive old cottages and the second, much smaller, village green.
Cassington is just off the A40 trunk road about 5 miles north-west of Oxford and about three quarters of a mile east of Eynsham.