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Known for its 900-year-old university, the city of Dreaming Spires is an ideal destination for a romantic weekend break or a longer stay exploring this historical town and surrounding countryside. Our Oxford cottages are primely situated to take advantage of this beautiful city. Climb to the top of the Carfax Tower where you will be rewarded with spectacular views of this magnificent city and its medieval architecture. In warmer weather take a boat and enjoy the city from the River Isis, or walk or bike along the scenic waterway. If you prefer to people-watch whilst enjoying a picnic, then head to the Botanic Gardens opposite Magdalen College, for a calm city centre oasis. For those wanting to experience more active adventures take a trip aboard the Didcot Steam Railway, or swing by the Go Ape Tree Top adventure near Aylesbury.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Oxford

Oxford is a historic and culturally rich city in Oxfordshire. Here are the top five things to see and do in our cottages in Oxford:

  1. Oxford University and Colleges: Explore the prestigious Oxford University, one of the oldest and most renowned universities in the world. Take a guided tour to visit some of the iconic colleges, such as Christ Church, Magdalen College, and Balliol College, and admire their stunning architecture and beautiful gardens.

  2. Bodleian Library: Visit the Bodleian Library, one of the oldest libraries in Europe and a symbol of Oxford's intellectual heritage. Take a guided tour to learn about its fascinating history, see the historic reading rooms, and view the impressive collections of manuscripts and rare books.

  3. Ashmolean Museum: Discover the Ashmolean Museum, the world's first university museum. It houses a diverse range of artefacts, art, and antiquities from various cultures and time periods, including Egyptian mummies, ancient Greek sculptures, and Renaissance masterpieces.

  4. Oxford Botanic Garden: Take a leisurely stroll through the Oxford Botanic Garden, the oldest botanic garden in the UK. The garden boasts a wide variety of plants and flowers from around the world, making it a delightful spot for nature lovers and those seeking a peaceful escape.

  5. River Thames and Punting: Enjoy a relaxing walk along the River Thames, which flows through Oxford. Alternatively, experience the city from a different perspective by going punting on the river. Punting involves gliding along the water in a flat-bottomed boat, guided by a long pole – a quintessential Oxford activity.


  • Radcliffe Camera: Admire the iconic Radcliffe Camera, an 18th-century circular library that serves as a part of the Bodleian Library system.

  • Christ Church Cathedral: Visit the Christ Church Cathedral, located within the Christ Church College premises, to see its stunning architecture and historic religious artefacts.

  • Covered Market: Explore the Covered Market, a lively indoor market dating back to the 18th century, offering an array of shops, food stalls, and unique gifts.

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