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A city famous for its university and architecture, a trip to Oxford has got to be on your bucket list! Known as the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’, Oxford is incredible to look at and has more than enough attractions to keep you busy - think shopping, strolls through the botanic gardens, and fun and games along the River Cherwell. Read more

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51.941298, -0.885470

Sitting in the ancient Buckinghamshire market town of Winslow with excellent amenities on the doorstep, Shoemakers Cottage provides a great base for relaxing and discovering the beauty of Central England including Warwickshire, the Cotswolds and the City of Oxford. A good place to get together with friends, family and a comfy retreat for those away on business.

Weekly guide price:
£690 to £780
Short breaks from £90 per night

4  |   2  |   Enquire  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: 3 (off peak) | 7 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Saturday

51.817556, -1.455867

Stunning Grade II listed farmhouse sitting on the edge of the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just a stone's throw away from the city of Oxford and the pretty market towns of Witney, Woodstock and Burford. Sleeping up to 20 people in seven gorgeous bedrooms, and with 3 reception rooms, 8 acres of gardens and paddocks, and a Jacuzzi Hot Tub, New Yatt Farm is perfect for a large family gathering or celebrating a special occasion. There are miles of stunning footpaths on your doorstep as well as stately homes, kids attractions and picturesque villages and towns to explore. Two well behaved dogs are welcome and short breaks are available all year round.

Weekly guide price:
£4100 to £5200
Short breaks from £1500 per night

17+3  |   7  |   2  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: 2 (off peak) | 2 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Flexible

Holiday Cottages in Oxford

Our range of Oxford holiday cottages features something for everyone! Browse our luxury cottages in Oxfordshire that are set amidst the rolling countryside or take a peek at modern apartments in the city centre. We’ve also got gorgeous Georgian townhouses with enough room for everyone to relax. Choose from self-catering houses with secure gardens, private parking, free wifi and even swimming pools! Get ready to enjoy a staycation like never before.

If you want to bring history to life, a day at beautiful Blenheim Palace won’t disappoint. Groups of friends are sure to enjoy the arts and theatre shows going on in the city centre. And for those visiting with their furry friends, there are plenty of walks in the nearby Cotswolds. One thing’s for sure, this quintessentially British travel hotspot is a firm favourite for a very good reason!

Best things to do in Oxford

Whether you’re travelling with friends, family or even setting off on a solo exploration, Oxford is sure to welcome you with open arms.

  • Bodleian Library: As one of the biggest in the UK, this library isn’t just impressive because of its book selection. Some of its buildings have also been around since the Middle Ages.
  • Ashmolean Museum: As one of Oxford’s flagship attractions, the Ashmolean is widely recognised as one of the first modern museums in the world.
  • Punting on the River Cherwell: Hire out a punt, pack a picnic and get ready to see Oxford and its beautiful landscapes like never before.
  • Pitt Rivers Museums: Centred around Augustus Henry Lane-Fox Pitt Rivers, this contemporary museum houses more than half a million artefacts.
  • Christ Church College: Oxford University’s buildings are famous all over the globe and often appear in films. Spend a day at Christ Church College and marvel at its grand architecture.

How to get to Oxford

If you’re travelling from one of the major cities in the UK, below shows an average distance to Oxford, so you know what to expect when choosing to visit by car.

London: 60 miles

Birmingham: 78 miles

Glasgow: 363 miles

Liverpool: 172 miles

Bristol: 85 miles

Manchester: 160 miles

Leeds: 170 miles

Edinburgh: 365 miles

Newcastle: 257 miles

More locations in Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire might be home to a bustling city with endless shopping, entertainment and sports. However, there is so much more to this lovely English country, including beautiful countryside and lots of history to bring to life.