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No visit here is complete without sampling a delicious Banbury Cake. This delicious treat is still produced here and once upon a time they were also shipped across the world. There are other pieces of history worth visiting; from Banbury Cross to two famous inns. Take a stroll around the town to relax and take in the atmosphere. For a day trip, be sure to visit the pretty lanes of the Cotswolds with its picture-perfect views. Then, end the day with some quality time together over dinner in a pretty holiday cottage.
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Roberta - verified booking
"We had a splendid holiday in a wonderful cottage which seemed a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and yet the M40 is very near and we were able to visit Oxford, Banbury, Bicester Village, Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water and and the Cotswolds Wildlife Park near Burford with ease. This is a huge L-shaped cottage, the original part thatched with a very cottagey, rose strewn brick chocolate box front, a beautiful conservatory and a great barn like sitting room attaching to what must have been stables forming an annexe with bathroom, bedrooms and utility room. Upstairs is the most comfortable massive bed plus a further bedroom and bathroom. So spacious with everything you could want. It felt as if the owner had just moved out for the week and left the place for friends to come and stay as there were lots of personal items on show in the office and small sitting room and a huge amount of books so it felt like home rather than a holiday let. The garden is lovely with a big table if you want to eat outside. Down the road is The Muddy Duck pub. We had a fabulous time and the weather was kind. Radios, DVD player and wall-mounted television made family evenings great fun as there are games scattered around too. A really memorable holiday and most helpful caretaker in Rebecca."
Roberta - verified booking
"My overall rating for this property is 2. I would love to give a good review but I can't. I wish I'd read all the reviews rather than relying on just the review rating before booking.One of the main reasons for booking this cottage was that it was advertised as being detached, but it isn't. It is attached to next door by the owners "office" which someone seemed to be using most days. As this cottage is the owners actual home they had moved into the summer house at the end of the garden and were always pottering about the place. This included entering the property when we were out to turn on the central heating which had been turned off at the start of the holiday.The property description states there is use of a freezer and dvd player this is also incorrect. There was no dvd player, we could have taken one with us if we had known, so had to buy one and the freezer had a lock fitted as it contained the owners food. Luckily he was willing to let us use it because we had taken food for the freezer with us. The one and only shower we could use was adequate but need the head cleaning as very little water came out.The one saving grace for this property is the location as there are so many places to visit without having to travel too far."
Dirk& Esther - verified booking
"Almost everything was ok. The only is: it would be very nice if it was clear that the height of the ceiling in the kitchen was not high enough when you are 1.88 m tall. Every time my husband had to bow his head when he was half way in the kitchen. The same for the door openings or when he had to go up the stairs. One time he was not alert and he bumped his head, which hurt a lot.Fortunately he didn't have to see a doctor as his head is quite hard. If we had known before, we would not have chosen this house.Whereas the kitchen was a nice kitchen with really everything you need, and the bathroom was very nice and light too, although we couldn't get the right temperature of the water. It could not be altered. For me the temp was always a bit too hot!When the WIFI didn't work alright, my husband phoned the owner and het immediately tried to fix it, which was very nice !! Also the welcome in the fridge was very nice. We appreciated that!"
Diane - verified booking
"Lovely cottage, very cosy and everything you needed was there, nice to have the bread, milk, bacon and eggs in the fridge when we got there! Tea, coffee and sugar too! Lovely view from the decking, good to watch the horses.Pub just next door was very welcoming and had good food, we ate there three times and all the food was freshly cooked and really nice.Local walks around plus plenty to do in the area. Couple of National Trust places not far away, Banbury was enjoyable to walk along the lock and it had a good little museum. Stratford not far away and it was lovely to walk along the river there and generally explore.We caught the train into Oxford from Banbury which was straightforward and not costly.Would definitely go back to the area, our puppy would be able to walk further afield then so we could explore more!I would recommend the cottage and area for a leisurely break."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"My husband and I spent a week here with our two grown-up sons in early September. The number of bedrooms was just right for the four of us and the cottage was comfortable and relatively well equipped, although lacked casserole dishes suitable for use in the oven and the quality of the frying pans was very poor. We tended to have a cooked breakfast in the morning, then we cooked for ourselves again in the evening, because the local pub, which is only a few hundred yards away is very expensive for food and we were on a budget. There is no shop in the village, the nearest Sainsbury's is in Bicester, which you have to drive to. The information booklet about the cottage says that there is a farm shop in the village, but that closed down some time ago, we were informed by a local, so the booklet is not up-to-date. Other than these few minor niggles, everything was great."