Spring Cottage

ID: S123187

  • Bedrooms 2
  • ・ Sleeps 4
  • ・ Pets No

About this property

Full of rustic and authentic charm, Spring Cottage occupies a delightful and tranquil setting overlooking the village green and duck pond in the beautiful Wroxton.

The property lies in a quiet corner of the village well away from the main road. The Wroxton House Hotel is a stone’s through away while the wonderful landscaped gardens and lakes of Wroxton Abbey (College) offer guests lovely walks through the grounds.

The owners of this picturesque cottage have devoted much time and effort into re-establishing its original character with its magnificent oak beams and stone walls. All the rooms are well presented and give a really homely feel.

If you are a keen cyclist wishing to explore the area on two wheels, then you should certainly consider this cosy cottage for short break or longer as there is bike storage available and plenty of routes right on the doorstep.

The two bedrooms are both double with one having a space for an extra single fold up bed. The ground floor bathroom has a bath, sliding door to separate shower room with shower, basin and WC.

The thriving village of Wroxton is situated in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside just three miles north west of Banbury. The ancient village boasts a village green with pond, home to an abundance of wildlife, with its own thatched duck house, many thatched cottages and a country Hotel with bar and restaurant. Abbey grounds/walks open to public most days.

Wroxton Abbey is a beautiful 15th century manor house set in landscaped gardens and is located in the centre of this unspoilt village. The nearby historic market town of Banbury sits on the banks of the River Cherwell in the Cherwell Valley.

Spring Cottage is a fantastic, thatched cottage which embodies the typical English village image, and is great for a couple or small family to come and enjoy Oxfordshire.

Wroxton could not be more conveniently placed for exploring this much admired part of central England. Situated on the northern edge of the Cotswolds, three miles from Banbury, within easy driving distance of both Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon and approximately one and a half hours drive from London. There are many pretty Cotswold villages to visit in the surrounding area as well as two of England’s foremost historic buildings, Warwick Castle and Blenheim Palace.


Two bedrooms: 1 x double with space for extra single fold up bed, 1 x double.
Ground floor bathroom with bath, sliding door to separate shower room with shower, basin and WC.
Living room with dining area with woodburner effect stove.
Central heating, woodburner effect stove.

Oven, larder fridge, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave, tumble dryer / air dryer / freezer in the garage.

TV, DVD, wifi.

Fuel and power inc in rent.

Bed linen and towels inc in rent.

Travel cot available.

Please note on the first section of the stair case has no hand rail, there is a beam to hold onto, on the left on way up and on the right on the way down.

Shared small paved area next to village pond.

Bike storage available.

Off road parking for 1 large and 1 small car, ample roadside parking.

Sorry, no pets and no smoking.

Shop 3 miles.

Nearby points of interest

  • British Motor Museum

Reviews (23)

  • Sue

    Everything was perfect in the property. Loved being able to walk through the grounds of Wroxton Abbey

  • Alan

    It is hard to imagine a better-presented holiday home in a more picturesque setting. The grounds of Wroxton Abbey, just across the road, are really appealing for a walk, especially in the early-evening sunlight. The next- door neighbours (the village ducks) were a bit quieter at night this time round, possibly because the mating season was well and truly over.

  • James

    Its a small, cosy and very clean place with no garden and the small outside space is very visible to all passers (though the cottage is just across the road from the lovely University gardens). Set in the most beautiful village and next to a picturesque duck pond it is really well located for some fab locations in Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and the cotswolds. Patsy the housekeeper was lovely, responsive and fantastic. But the house has a few niggles - the shower water pressure isn't great and the shower hose looks as if it might split soon. There were a few spiders but it's a thatched cottage, that is to be expected. The freezer is in the garage which can only be accessed by leaving the house (and was off when we arrived). The TV was a bit small but fitting for the really nice inglenook fireplace. Sound proofing was limited and you can hear easily between the lounge and the two bedrooms. The people in the village were really helpful and friendly. Although it's quite a list the niggles are all small, we'd definitely consider coming back.

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