Holiday cottages in Chipping Norton are perfectly located for exploring the beautiful Cotswold Hills. Markets, festivals, stunning architecture and some of the region’s best food can all be enjoyed in this thriving market town. Look out for celebrity residents as you explore pretty streets, packed with boutiques and antique shops. An excellent bookshop, outdoor swimming pool and art gallery make it easy to while away an afternoon in the town centre. Self-catering holidays in Chipping Norton are a great choice if you want to sample some of the best food the Cotswolds have to offer. Fresh, local produce can be picked up at the town’s market, every Wednesday, and the Farmers’ Market, on the third Saturday of every month. Fine-dining restaurants, cosy pubs, traditional tearooms and everything in-between can be found in the town centre.
If you fancy an evening out before retiring to your holiday home in Chipping Norton see what’s on at The Theatre, on Spring Street, featuring an eclectic programme of drama, live music, dance and comedy. For a small town, Chipping Norton hosts an incredible variety of annual festivals, including the renowned literary event, Fibre Festival and Big Festival, a celebration of live music, food and family fun.
Set on the grounds of a decades-old family farm amidst botanical gardens and medieval architecture, The Cobnut near the village of South Newington, Oxfordshire, is a child-friendly Cotswolds holiday cottage featuring a brick fireplace, exposed beams, and two comfy upstairs bedrooms.
Lowfields is a quiet country cottage near Chipping Norton set on the edge of a peaceful hamlet in the heart of the Cotswolds, This spacious child-friendly holiday cottage offers lovely rural views of the Oxfordshire countryside and welcome pets.
The Stables in the quaint Cotswold village of Little Tew, Oxfordshire, offers modern comforts amidst a peaceful setting for the ideal holiday home for couples and small families, a pet-friendly barn conversion with enclosed garden, hot tub, breakfast bar, wood-burner, and two bedrooms with TVs.
The countryside surrounding Chipping Norton is some of the Cotswolds’ most beautiful. The region’s gently rolling hills, crisscrossed by idyllic paths, are a paradise for walking, horse-riding, cycling and wildlife-watching. The town is within a short distance of several must-see historical attractions, including Chastleton House, Blenheim Palace and Rousham House and Gardens. A variety of striking historical landmarks are scattered throughout Chipping Norton, including the grand St Mary’s Church, known for its unusual hexagonal porch and vaulted ceiling. The Almshouses, town hall and museum are not to be missed. On the outskirts of Chipping Norton stands Bliss Tweed Mill, where wool and tweed helped the town to flourish in the 19th century.