England is famous for its traditional cottages Oxfordshire’s honey-coloured holiday homes are undoubtedly some of the prettiest in the UK. To give the details of this most historic county is to set it in the centre of literature, landscaped gardens and horticultural delights, primarily Blenheim Palace (Capability Brown and Winston Churchill’s birthplace), Stowe, Sulgrave House (with its early American connections), Upton House, Stonor Park, Waterperry Gardens and herb farms including the National Herb Centre and Oxford’s Botanic Gardens. Many of Oxfordshire's great houses host an attractive range of events and festivals throughout the year, such as the Spring Jousting Tournament in May at Blenheim Palace - perfect for planning a weekend break in a holiday cottage.
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.
Orchid is a delightful romantic cottage set on a working farm in Faringdon, Oxfordshire. The stone-built, pet-friendly cottage combines tradition with an urban style and offers lovely views and fresh air, exposed beams, open-plan spaces, sleek design, a log fire outdoor spaces & a chance to unwind.
Gardeners Cottage is a wonderfully presented period holiday cottage in the Cotswolds. Exposed beams and traditional stonework still evident throughout, create the background for this charming character cottage in the Oxfordshire village of Shipton-under-Wychwood.
A private self-contained wing of a Grade II listed Tudor country house, Tudor End lies in the beautiful Oxfordshire village of Kings Sutton near Banbury. This beautifully furnished Cotswold holiday cottage with a pool is beautifully furnished with modern and antique furniture. Pets welcome.
Huntsbury Cottage is a luxuriously furnished light and airy house with rooms overlooking the Cotswold countryside. Situated in Foscot, a sleepy village between Stow-on-the-Wold and Chipping Norton, this large Cotswold holiday cottage with beautiful gardens sleeps 8.
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.
Deery Me is a luxurious rural cottage set amid the rolling hills of Blenheim Palace Park in Oxfordshire. Just moments from Oxford and the Cotswolds, the gorgeous pet-friendly cottage rests on the banks of the River Glyme on beautiful grounds and offers wonderful outdoor areas, a fireplace and style.
Little Lamb is a lovely shepherd’s hut near the historic market town of Faringdon, Oxfordshire, a small romantic cottage amidst the picturesque Cotswolds that is compact and cosy, yet provides a spacious feel, with a fully equipped kitchen, walk-in shower, and king-size bed.
Get ready to explore the eastern Cotswolds with a stay at Old Burford Cottage, a magnificent centuries-old child-friendly cottage just off the historic high street of Burford, Oxfordshire, boasting a spacious open-plan living area, two upstairs king bedrooms, and a walk-in rainfall shower.
This unique Cotswold Holiday stands in the picturesque village of Bampton, better known as the fictional village seen in the Downton Abbey TV series. This charming, luxury rural retreat lies within easy reach of Cotswold locations including Burford, Blenheim Palace and Oxford. Pets welcome.
Morgans Farmhouse makes the ideal holiday home for large families and groups on holiday in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, a pet-friendly cottage near the village of Bampton with six bedrooms, kitchen with wine chiller, granary annexe with sitting room, and games room with pool table and table football.
Hunter Court spoils guests with its lovely mature gardens and refined, luxurious interior. The rural cottage in Clanfield, Oxfordshire offers seclusion on multiple acres and boasts a large conservatory, spacious light-filled rooms and the promise of a memorable holiday in the heart of the Cotswolds.
Spring Cottage is a gorgeous honey-coloured stone-built cottage nestled within the Cotswolds in Alkerton. The pet-friendly cottage boasts lovely gardens as well as exposed beams & stone walls, oak furnishings, an open fire, a sunroom and contemporary style, plus access to the region of Oxfordshire.
The Granary is an eco-friendly Grade II listed romantic cottage set amidst woodland near Witney, Oxfordshire. The pet-friendly rural property built with Cotswold stone promises peace & quiet. It has a cosy wood burner, exposed beams and limestone walls, extensive grounds, a fire pit and a treehouse.
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.
One acre of beautiful grounds surrounds The Loft, a romantic oak-framed barn in Goring on the Thames. Views to Goring Gap greet couples from the balcony and from the open-plan living area, while the enticing and well-designed interior draws in natural light. Revel in the fresh air and seclusion.
The Chestnuts is a large, Eco-Luxe, 5-Star Gold Cotswold holiday Cottage in Shilton, an unspoilt village near historic Burford in Oxfordshire. Sleeps 8. This award-winning cottage has been beautifully renovated and furnished to create a relaxing and child friendly rural retreat in the Cotswolds.
Hunter Cottage is a newly-built romantic cottage offering sophistication and seclusion in Clanfield, Oxfordshire. Set in a lovely corner of the Cotswolds, the contemporary rural cottage boasts views of surrounding fields & an orchard from its ample gardens, as well as an airy and elegant interio...
England is famous for its traditional cottages Oxfordshire's honey-coloured holiday homes are undoubtedly some of the prettiest in the UK. To give the details of this most historic county is to set it in the centre of literature, landscaped gardens and horticultural delights, primarily Blenheim Palace (Capability Brown and Winston Churchill's birthplace), Stowe, Sulgrave House (with its early American connections), Upton House, Stonor Park, Waterperry Gardens and herb farms including the National Herb Centre and Oxford's Botanic Gardens. Many of Oxfordshire's great houses host an attractive range of events and festivals throughout the year, such as the Spring Jousting Tournament in May at Blenheim Palace - perfect for planning a weekend break in a holiday cottage.