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Dog-friendly Oxfordshire

Home to breathtaking skylines full of spires and domes, beautiful countryside, lush meadows, and some of the most picturesque rivers in England, Oxfordshire is a simply wonderful place to visit. Perfect for a dog-friendly escape, you can take pooch for a stroll through the cobbled Cotswolds villages, discover the heritage of Oxford, or explore the stunning scenery of the Chiltern Hills.
  • The Cottage, OxfordshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    5.00
    A beautiful quintessential English country thatched cottage awaits you! This cute and cosy property enjoys many original character and features, including wooden beams throughout and a stunning inglenook fireplace to enjoy on a chillier evening. The wrap around large garden is the perfect place for your four-legged family member, and to enjoy a meal al fresco or an evening tipple on the patio. This is an ideal property for couples wanting a romantic getaway and small families and friends wishing to explore this interesting part of Oxfordshire, with its links to Agatha Christie and Midsomer Murders.
    The Cottage is located in the picturesque countryside village of Berrick Salome close to the more bustling towns of Wallingford and Watlington and the edge of The Chilterns, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village boasts a pub and is just over a mile to the larger village of Benson which has everyday shopping amenities. There are many choices to eat and drink out in this area and all within a few miles, the nearest being just over 3 miles away. There are some fantastic walks into the countryside straight from the doorstep. Wallingford, home of Agatha Christie,is only 4 miles away and has a selection of shops and supermarkets, restaurants, pubs and cafés. Just over 5 miles away you have the market town of Watlington, steeped in history and sits at the foot of the Chilterns and offers many independent delicatessens and shops. Just over a mile away from Watlington is Watlington Hill, a National Trust chalk grassland site which is a fantastic area to spot red kites and butterflies, including the silver-spotted skipper. For more wildlife watching, the Aston Rowant Nature Reserve is close by.
    For railway enthusiasts, take a visit to the Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway, a 3½ mile stretch at the foot of the Chiltern Hills where steam and diesel-hauled trains operate. Other places of interest nearby include the picturesque town of Henley-on-Thames, known most for its Royal Rowing Regatta, and Reading which is one of the country’s most up and coming towns. The town boasts the Oracle and a spectacular shopping centre sited alongside the River Kennet with numerous riverside places to eat. The historic university city of Oxford is within 16 miles, Dorchester, a pretty village with an abbey, Thame, a typical English market town are also within easy reach. There is plenty more to do and see in the area including Greys Court a National Trust property, Nuffield Place, Basildon Park, Harcourt Arboretum, the Earth Trust Centre, the Aston Martin Heritage Trust Museum and Wittenham Clumps, for stunning panoramic views of south Oxfordshire. The train station at Didcot Parkway is around 11 miles away and provides direct links to London Paddington, taking only 45 minutes.
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  • The Dovecote, OxfordshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Set in a sleepy hamlet of Thrupp, the Dovecote is the ideal romantic retreat for two. This pretty little detached property is situated in the grounds of a Manor House and lies adjacent to the 18th Century Oxford Canal, offering cozy and peaceful accommodation situated in a historic hamlet. Thrupp offers many relaxing walks along the canal towpath, or along the banks of the river Cherwell, which hosts an abundant of wildlife.
    Thrupp has a public house called the Boat, with its open fires and beamed ceiling. Annie’s Tea Room, situated on the other side of the canal has a selection of homemade cakes and pastries to purchase.
    A short walk or along the towpath or a short drive leads to the village of Kidlington, recognised as the largest village in England, has several supermarkets, post office, banks, chemists and various pubs and cafes. There is a regular bus service to Oxford from Kidlington along with a nearby Park and Ride service. There is a bus stop available on the main road, approximately 15 minutes’ walk from the cottage.
    The M40 motorway is easily reached, connecting to either London or Birmingham within an hour, traffic dependent.
    The property makes and ideal holiday base to visit the famous Oxford colleges or the historic market town of Woodstock home to Blenheim Palace. Or explore the Cotswolds and Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon. Shops 2 miles, pubs ¼ mile.
    £61
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  • The Garden Room, OxfordshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    The Garden Room is a fabulous ground floor holiday property situated on a working farm, next to the friendly owner’s family farmhouse which enjoys stunning views. The owners’ have made this a very comfortable retreat for couples looking to visit this beautiful part of Oxfordshire. The open-plan living, dining and kitchen area leads onto the double bedroom with en-suite, with a designated area of the garden to sit and relax in whilst enjoying the warmer weather.
    Only 6 miles to Oxford city centre where you can visit and admire the many historic university buildings and churches, amble around the shopping streets or go punting on the river.
    There are many beautiful villages in the Cherwell area of Oxfordshire that provide picture postcard streets and village pubs. The town of Woodstock is just under 9 miles and is the location of the stunning Blenheim Palace, which hosts many events throughout the year including a light festival from November to January. For shopping enthusiasts, no visit to this area would be complete without a little spree at nearby Bicester Shopping Village, 8 miles, which is home to hundreds of designer outlets. For nature lovers, head to Otmoor, a beautiful nature reserve and a haven for wildlife in the heart of Oxfordshire which is only a few miles from The Garden Room. There are many country walks within this part of Oxfordshire including the Oxfordshire Way, a 68-mile path running from Bourton-on-the-Water to Henley-on-Thames, passing through the nearby villages of Noke and Islip.
    Rectory Farm in Stanton St John, is 3 miles with a coffee shop, pick your own and farm shop selloing local produce including fresh bread, fruit and vegetables. There are a number of pubs within a 3 mile radius at Islip, Beckley and Stanton St John. Also footpaths from the property for walking dog so no need to get in the car. The owner thoughtfully provides dog bowls, treats, blankets and towels from muddy walks.
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  • Molly The Shepherds Hut, OxfordshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    You’ll enjoy the privacy of your own outside seating area for those evening chats over a lovely bottle of wine and inside you can cosy up in front of the log burner. This shepherds hut is the perfect place for couples to relax, unwind and enjoy the beautiful surrounding countryside, you’ll enjoy visiting at any time of the year be it for a couple of nights or a week-long stay.
    The village of Bampton is approximately 1.5 miles and is where some scenes of Downton Abbey are filmed, you can visit the gift shop for some memorabilia. The village also famously boasts three Morris dancing teams which can be seen during the summer, their main event taking place on the spring bank holiday weekend where you can also enjoy other traditional events including the great original annual shirt race, May garlands and a flower festival. There are many country walks and cycling paths to enjoy from both Molly The Shepherds Hut and Bampton.
    For more local amenities, Witney is just a short drive away and the historic city of Oxford is just over 20 miles away where you can explore the historic buildings, go punting on the river, eat and shop in the many independent and high street cafés, restaurants and shops. You are also a stone’s throw from the Cotswolds with Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water and Chipping Norton within half an hour’s drive. Carp and trout fishing is available just 8 miles away. If it’s shopping you’re after, you can take a trip to Swindon or Bicester where you will find many bargains at the outlet shopping villages. For nature lovers, the Chimney Meadow Nature Reserve is located just over 2 miles away, where you will discover many different species of birds. Pub and restaurant 1½ miles.
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    Meadowbrook Farm offers three charming self-catering holiday lets in the picturesque hamlet of Moreton near Thame, Oxfordshire, each brimming with character and nestled within the tranquillity of the farm’s 500 acres of land. The Wynn family, who have been farming here for three generations, converted the old barns into delightful country cottages in 2002, providing guests with a unique and peaceful retreat. The Old Stable is a spacious two-story property boasts three bedrooms, making it perfect for families or larger groups. The ground floor features an open-plan living/dining room and a well-equipped kitchen, alongside a twin bedroom with an en-suite shower room. Upstairs, you’ll find a double and another twin bedroom, as well as a bathroom. Outside, an enclosed garden with a sitting area offers a tranquil spot to enjoy the rural surroundings. Guests at Meadowbrook Farm can enjoy private walks on the farm’s expansive grounds, observe the pedigree herd of Hereford Cattle and horses grazing in the fields, or visit the ponds teeming with wildlife.
    The surrounding area offers a plethora of attractions and activities nearby Thame offers a traditional market town experience with its weekly market and a variety of dining options to suit all tastes. Explore the scenic Phoenix Trail cycling or visit The Oxfordshire Golf Course for a round of golf. A short drive is National Trust’s Waddesdon Manor, a stunning French Renaissance-style château set amidst beautiful gardens. Blenheim Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of England’s most magnificent stately homes approximately 30 miles.
    A visit to Oxford is a must for anyone staying in Oxfordshire. Explore the historic colleges, take a leisurely punt along the River Thames, visit the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, discover the magical world of Harry Potter at the Bodleian Library or enjoy a romantic stroll through the picturesque streets soaking up the vibrant atmosphere of this iconic city. Escape to the nearby Chiltern Hills, an area of outstanding beauty. With miles of walking and cycling trails, charming villages to explore, and stunning countryside views, the Chilterns provide the perfect backdrop for outdoor adventures and peaceful picnics. For a spot of retail therapy, nearby Bicester Village offers designer shopping at discounted prices.
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  • The Trout at Tadpole Bridge, OxfordshireInstant Book Overlay Image

    Nestled deep within the Cotswolds, dog-friendly The Trout in Oxfordshire is a fabulous dog-friendly riverside inn surrounded by fields and with the river Thames flowing just outside the door.

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  • The Blue Boar, OxfordshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    3.67

    Located on the edge of the Cotswolds in the market town of Witney, the dog-friendly Blue Boar dates back to the 17th century. 

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  • The Crown and Thistle, OxfordshireInstant Book Overlay Image

    The Crown and Thistle is a dog friendly, Grade II listed coaching inn, dating back to 1605, in Abingdon.

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  • The Heyford, Oxfordshire
    Bicester Village, England
    4.82

    A super dog-friendly haven in the delightful village of Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire it offers 18 boutique style rooms as well as a five bedroom house for larger parties. The stylish restaurant is dog-friendly and there are fabulous Cotswolds walks from the door.

     

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  • The Lambert Hotel, Oxfordshire
    Watlington, Oxfordshire , England
    4.44

    An original coaching inn at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, on the border of Buckinghamshire, dog-friendly The Lambert Hotel in Oxfordshire has been beautifully refurbished to an exceptional standard. 

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