Top 5 holiday homes near Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, UK
Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay
When visiting Oxford, UK, Christ Church Cathedral has to be high on your list of things to see. It's renowned for a reason, so be sure to go and see what all the fuss is about. It isn't every day you find yourself so close to something so special.
Where to stay near Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, UK
Here is our pick of the top 5 holiday homes. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.
Click to book Bridle Blue now: from £200 per night Set within the secluded grounds of a private estate, this home offers up an idyllic country getaway with nature as your playground. Just two miles from the village of Eynsham and within easy reach of Oxford, it’s the perfect place to retreat while still being close to the region’s best attractions. Among its many striking features, the home’s large garden is a definite highlight. Children will love running around the green space with its climbing frame while adults will relish relaxing in the sun with a glass of something cold in hand. Gather around the outdoor table for an evening barbecue or cook up something delicious in the stylishly blue kitchen. With miles of trails and bridlepaths right on the home’s doorstep, there’s plenty of opportunities to venture out into the surrounding countryside with your canine best friend. With ample space inside and out, it’s the perfect home for reconnecting with nature, family, and friends. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom
Click to book Little Lamb now: from £100 per night This small but perfectly formed shepherd’s hut is a real slice of country life. Set in the grounds of a traditional Cotswold cottage, and surrounded by beautiful countryside, it’s the kind of place that invites you to slow down and tune in to nature. Inside, there’s a cleverly designed pull out and put away bed and the petite kitchen has everything you could need for rustling up a romantic supper. Enjoy your morning coffee on the private patio that overlooks the owner’s small holding, before striking out on one of the local walking trails. The honeyed villages of the Cotswolds are a short drive away and you’re spoilt for choice with local pubs. In the evenings, turn on the twinkling fairy lights, pour a glass of wine and listen to the soft sounds of the countryside. There’s no television here, but who needs one when there are this many stars to gaze at? Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Click to book Lovell now: from £200 per night From the outside, Lovell has that classic look of old-world Cotswolds, with its yellow limestone walls and climbing wisteria, while inside your host has supplemented the home’s original features with super-contemporary furnishings. With a double-sided wood burner separating two sitting rooms, and an outdoor dining space, you’ll be covered in all seasons. The home sits in the historic part of a typically quaint Cotswold village, right on the edge of Wychwood National Nature Reserve. Walk for a few minutes and you have a terrific country pub, a church, a spa, and a lovely fishing spot on the River Windrush. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
A Blush Of Pink
Click to book A Blush Of Pink now: from £800 per night Getting cosy in the Cotswolds has never looked better than when staying at this colourful barn. We love its playful and fun design – your hosts have let their imagination run wild. There’s a great colour palette going on here – pink, teal and palm prints in the large, beamed kitchen, a sumptuous navy in the living room, and a different tone in each of the six bedrooms. There are also not one, not two, but three freestanding bathtubs to choose from – a yellow one in the master, a pink cheeked one, and an outdoor tub for when you want to feel a little wild and free. For warmer, sunny days, the barn surrounds a private courtyard where you can catch a few rays if you’re lucky, or simply enjoy an alfresco meal – there’s even a Weber barbecue for you to flex your culinary muscle. Outside the comforting walls of the home you’ll find plenty to keep you busy. The Cotswolds is renowned for its charming, honey-stone villages, and of course, you’re never far from a pub. There’s also plenty of walking to be done if you feel the need to stretch your legs. But don’t stay away too long – that outdoor tub is surely calling your name. Sleeps up to 14 | 6 Bedrooms | 5 Bathrooms
Click to book Daisy Meadow now: from £200 per night So cute that may you want to sell your worldly possessions and decamp here forever, this luxury shepherd hut is a truly romantic retreat in The Cotswolds. From the heart-shaped bed nook to the little wood-burner, this home is straight out of a fairy tale. There's a small kitchen with a little stove if you want to try rustling up something tasty, but we prefer lighting up the BBQ and watching the sun set over the rolling hills from the wooden veranda. When you're not cuddled up in bed or enjoying the view with a glass of fizz, the plot is on a large farm, with plenty of walking trails to explore, while quaint villages of The Cotswolds are not far away by car. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
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