Holiday Cottages in Oxfordshire

Holiday Cottages in OxfordshireOxfordshire is one of the most beautiful counties in the country and Holiday Cottages in Oxfordshire are fast becoming a very fashionable way to spend holiday time. If you are holidaying with the family you will be pleased to know that there are plenty of activities that the family can do together. The vast swathes of countryside mean that hiking, cycling and horseback riding are popular pastimes. It is a good way to see the countryside and some of the trails will take you through some very quaint villages.

Oxfordshire also has a number of attractions of historical importance. Blenheim Palace is particularly popular Beautiful Countryside Locations to Stay Inwith visitors and is the birthplace of Winston Churchill, who is buried nearby in the village of Bladon. The stately home is a magnificent sight and should not be missed. The gardens and surrounding parkland are perfect for those staying in Holiday Cottages in Oxfordshire who want to have a picnic with the family. The tours of the house are an opportunity to see how the other half lives and there is a tea room and gift shop at the house too.

The small town of Woodstock is close by and perfect for those staying in one of the cottage holidays. Enjoy the Scenic and Natural Beauty of OxfordskhireThe town has a long history and there are plenty of opportunities to shop there. If you are staying close by then the town is perfect if you want a night out with several pubs and restaurants.

Small villages such as Burford and Moreton in Marsh are filled with quaint houses made from the traditional Cotswolds stone. They would not look out of place in a television period drama and if you are shopping there, antiques and local crafts are the bargains to look for. Quaint pubs which date back centuries are still in business today and offer the chance to mingle with the locals.  The Holiday Cottages in Oxfordshire are a perfect way to spend a few days or a week or more enjoying a quiet and secluded countryside break.