Holiday Cottages With Open Fires In Oxfordshire To Rent
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Confirmed Guest - verified booking
"Amazing property for a large group. Spacious and plenty of bathrooms! Kitchen was well equipped and a decent size for several people to cook & eat in. Sitting room and TV room both pleasant to spend time in. All bedrooms were delightfully decorated, beds were very comfortable. Bathrooms were all clean and modern, White Company toiletries were a very nice touch also. The large loft suite was an excellent addition for the couple wanting a little more space. The grounds were immaculately kept and plenty of outdoor furniture for everyone to relax in. The welcome hamper also deserves a mention as it was fully stocked with all the essentials plus delicious cakes, wine, cereal & fresh fruit. The village is Broadwell is very pretty and quiet yet near to all our favourite areas such as Stow on the Wold & of course Daylesford Organic! We would absolutely recommend staying here and will hopefully be back soon."
John - verified booking
"Excellent and cosy place to spend a quiet week and, if you have the urge, somewhere from which you can take off and explore Oxford and the surrounding area. Every piece of equipment worked except the security key holder which would not close, and one portable heater, even though I replaced the fuse in its plug. Combined CD player and radio also a bit of a mystery! A really good feature is the open hearth and the chance to have a fire - logs were supplied but if you want more go to B and Q or Homebase just down the road into Abingdon after the A34 interchange. Best local pub is the Merry Miller at Cothill - good food and drink and log fires. Beware of a very busy road just beyond the lane on which the Cottage stands. Cars are driven at well over the 40 MPH limit supposedly in force. Not easy for pedestrians. Information left for visitors very thorough."
Mr FiskMrs Gage - verified booking
"Feel the springs when you are in bed. Truly awful sleep. Hugely disappointing. Couldn't wait to get home to my own beds.This worked well except that the en-suite turned out to be just a shower and sink - no toilet. This meant she had to go out of her room at night to go to the toilet. She managed ok though. The cottage had everything we needed and was comfortable and cosy. Good facilities in the village as well, shop, butcher, baker, two pubs - both do food and one does great take away fish and chips. Some nice short walks from the door for the fitter members of our family."
Mrs D Kay Benson, Florida, - verified booking
"Lovely home in a delightful village. The home was just what we were looking for - atmosphere with modern appliances. All worked well. House notebook had excellent and much needed information. I enjoyed my morning coffee sitting in the garden listening to the doves cooing and the birds chirping. We had Cream Tea at the White Hart, watched the Morris dancers in the square and learned about Aunt Sally at the Queen's Head. Buses were easy to take into Oxford. Enjoyed walking and discovering Eynsham."
Mrs Gage - verified booking
"We chose this bungalow as my Mum (97 year old) was with us and we were visiting relatives in the area. This worked well except that the en-suite turned out to be just a shower and sink - no toilet. This meant she had to go out of her room at night to go to the toilet. She managed ok though. The cottage had everything we needed and was comfortable and cosy. Good facilities in the village as well, shop, butcher, baker, two pubs - both do food and one does great take away fish and chips. Some ..."