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Dog friendly self catering and cottage accommodation in Oxfordshire

If your holiday is not complete without your pet, then you have come to the right place as all of the Oxfordshire self catering and cottage accommodation listed here are pet friendly. You will find Oxfordshire self catering and cottages suitable for all party sizes, from couples to large groups, and to meet all budgets. If the dog friendly self catering accommodation listed for Oxfordshire do not meet your requirements then expand your search to Central England.

 
 
 
 
 

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Dinckley Court in Burcot-on-Thames, Central England

Dinckley Court, Burcot-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, Central England

Sleeps 16
Weekly prices from £2185 to £ 4058

This pet friendly self catering accommodation in Burcot-on-Thames sleeps 16.

Features include: • Fire• Short Breaks • Detached • Games Room• Pub near by • Sleeps-16

Accommodation overview: Comprising a spacious main house and attached wing with its own separate entrance, this comfortably furnished holiday home makes a perfect retreat for large parties or several families holidaying together. The main reception room has wooden floors and a wood-burning stove as well as Sky TV, DVD and surround sound - perfect for relaxing get-togethers - there is also a study area on a galleried floor. All bedrooms have TV, six of which are en-suite. The conservatory dining area offers enough space for all guests to dine together, with views over the large garden and doors opening onto a patio barbecue area with further outside tables and seating within the gardens of Dinckley Court, which lead down to the river, overlooking open farmland beyond. There is excellent boat mooring and local boat hire which can be moored privately here; fishing is also enjoyed when in season, or at Orchid Lakes with specialist carp coarse fishing lakes ½ mile away.
Located in 8 acres on the banks of the River Thames, the property lies in one of the most picturesque areas of South Oxfordshire, within the small hamlet of Burcot-on-Thames, close to the historic towns of Abingdon and Oxford, with Dorchester-on-Thames less than a mile away. A Salters Steamer Boat can be caught from Oxford and back to Days Lock and a walk taken back to Dinckley Court, or Nuneham Courtneys arboretum can be visited - full of amazing trees, plants and beautiful peacocks. Restaurants within 10 miles for food lovers include Raymond Blanc’s Quatre de Saison, the famous Crazy Bear Thai restaurant, The Seven Stars at Marsh Baldon (excellent traditional pub food), and the Chequers pub, 400 yards away, serving great British food. Historic Oxford is 15 minutes by bus. Henley and Windsor, with its royal castle, are both within a hour’s drive, with the Georgian Heritage city of Bath and the English Cotswolds slightly further afield. Shops 1 mile.
From July to August, a marquee is set up in the garden, close to the house with seating, tables, crockery and cutlery for 18.

Entrance hall with tiled floor. Living room with wood-burning stove. Large conservatory/dining room with stone floor and patio doors to patio. Large well-equipped modern kitchen with Aga, range cooker and stone floor. Utility. Separate toilet. Double bedroom (5ft bed), en-suite shower room and toilet. Staircase from living room to first floor: Study area to dressing area with chair-bed (alternative sleeping). Beamed double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and toilet. Second staircase from hall to first floor: Small kitchen. Double bedroom. Twin bedroom. Bathroom with toilet. Separate entrance to wing: Two double bedrooms, each with en-suite shower room and toilet. First floor: Two bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom and toilet, one double, one twin.


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Squirrel Cottage in Hook Norton, Central England

Squirrel Cottage, Hook Norton, Oxfordshire, Central England

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £297 to £ 488

This pet friendly self catering accommodation in Hook Norton sleeps 2.

Features include: • Fire• Short Breaks• Games Room • Garden• Pub near by • Sleeps-2

Accommodation overview: Located in the village of Hook Norton, this Grade II listed holiday cottage is documented as having been part of a malthouse in the 17th century and is situated in the heart of the village. One of a row, it has been lovingly restored and retains many character features which include old stone floors and walls. Village life revolves around the old Norman church, quaint pubs and the village shop, which provides for guests’ daily needs. Hook Norton is best known for its Victorian Tower Brewery, the only remaining steam driven brewery still in operation in the UK. Other places of interest to visit include Stow-on-the-Wold (15 miles), Bourton-on-the-Water (19 miles) and Stratford-upon-Avon (23 miles). Shop and village inn 150 yards.

Cosy living/dining room with wood-burning stove and stone floor. Compact corner kitchen with Rayburn (for cooking). Small utility with Velux window and ceramic tiled floor. First floor: Double bedroom. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.


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Pear Tree Cottage in Kingham, Central England

Pear Tree Cottage, Kingham, Oxfordshire, Central England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £406 to £ 731

This pet friendly self catering accommodation in Kingham sleeps 4.

Features include: • Fire• Games Room• Sea near by• Pub near by • Sleeps-4

Accommodation overview: The village of Kingham was voted England’s favourite by Country Life and in Pear Tree Cottage it is easy to see why. Whilst retaining its old world charm, the cottage incorporates a stylish modern look and provides an ideal holiday base for exploring this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The picture postcard villages of Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-water and Chipping Campden are all within a comfortable drive and slightly further afield are Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and Cheltenham. Visit NT Chasleton House, Hidcote Manor or Kiftsgate Court. Shop, two pubs/eateries 300 yards.

Living room with multi-fuel burner, window seats and stone tiled floor. Well-equipped kitchen/dining room. First floor: Two double bedrooms, each with 5ft bed and wooden floor. Shower room with toilet.


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Westover Cottage in Abingdon, Central England

Westover Cottage, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, Central England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £393 to £ 731

This pet friendly self catering accommodation in Abingdon sleeps 4.

Features include: • Fire• Short Breaks • Detached • Games Room• Golf near by • Pub near by • Sleeps-4

Accommodation overview: This cosy detached, beamed 200-year-old cottage, with a delightful west facing garden with views over the Berkshire Downs, nestles in a small hamlet outside historic Abingdon and a few miles from Oxford. On the banks of the Thames, Abingdon, purported to be the oldest town in England, is steeped in history with many fine old buildings. Oxford is the city of dreaming spires famous for its university, the Bodleian Library and Inspector Morse. There is so much to do and see in the area including boat hire, walking in the Downs, cycling on the National Cycle Route or spend a day at Blenheim Palace and finally return to the peaceful cottage garden and watch the sun set over the Berkshire Downs. Golf at Frilford Heath 2 miles. Shops 2 miles, pub ¼ mile.

Beamed living/dining room with open fire and tiled floor. Compact kitchen with beam. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. First floor: Double bedroom. Twin bedroom.


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Worton Park Cottages - Corner Cottage in Worton, Central England

Worton Park Cottages - Corner Cottage, Worton, Oxfordshire, Central England

Sleeps 8
Weekly prices from £1117 to £ 2931

This pet friendly self catering accommodation in Worton sleeps 8.

Features include: • Swimming Pool• Short Breaks • Detached • Games Room • Garden• Pub near by • Sleeps-8

Accommodation overview: The Old Rectory, a detached listed building, and Corner Cottage, an idyllic Cotswolds detached stone property are situated at Worton, a hamlet between the villages of Cassington and Yarnton, both mentioned in the Domesday Book. Owned by Christchurch College, Oxford until 1774, the Old Rectory and its surroundings are of great historical interest. The holiday properties are at the end of a quiet lane with ample parking at the front and a large private garden to the rear. Nearby are public footpaths across the fields to the neighbouring villages. In Cassington ¾ mile away, two pubs can be found; one of the more traditional type and the other, a free house with a restaurant. Yarnton, 1 mile away, also has two pubs, both with restaurants. Oxford, with its shops and theatres, is only 5 miles away. There is a regular bus service to London from Oxford or a train from nearby Hanborough Station. Ten minutes’ drive away is the historical town of Woodstock. Here lies Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Winston Churchill. Woodstock is also home to the Oxfordshire County Museum. Between Woodstock and Worton, is the village of Bladon where Churchill is buried. For the more active visitor, there are opportunities for walking, riding and sailing within easy reach, but for those who prefer the quiet life, then these properties provide the perfect place to relax. It is also an ideal place from which to explore the Cotswolds or Shakespeare’s Stratford, or somewhere to stay when the various highlights of the English summer calendar are taking place, such as Henley Regatta, Cheltenham Races, the British Grand Prix and Blenheim Horse Trials. The Old Rectory and Corner cottage can be booked together for larger parties. Shops and pub 1 mile.


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Asthall Farm Cottages - Bedwell Cottage in Kencot, Central England

Asthall Farm Cottages - Bedwell Cottage, Kencot, Oxfordshire, Central England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £367 to £ 661

This pet friendly self catering accommodation in Kencot sleeps 4.

Features include: • Fire• Short Breaks• Games Room• Sleeps-4

Accommodation overview: Built from mellow Cotswold stone, the charming Meadow Cottage (NR2) (adjoining a stone barn) and Bedwell Cottage (NJQ) (wing of the owners’ property), nestle in a pretty village setting just a 20 minute walk from the village pub. Situated on a working farm and adjoining each other, they lie along the village road, not far from RAF Brize Norton with periodic air traffic noise. The area offers many unchanged market towns, cathedral cities, delightful Cotswolds villages, as well as racing at Cheltenham and the Fairford Air Show, good shopping and fine dining. Burford, Oxford, Blenheim and Bath all easily accessible. Shop 2½ miles.


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Worton Park Cottages - The Old Rectory in Worton, Central England

Worton Park Cottages - The Old Rectory, Worton, Oxfordshire, Central England

Sleeps 12
Weekly prices from £1350 to £ 3178

This pet friendly self catering accommodation in Worton sleeps 12.

Features include: • Swimming Pool • Fire• Short Breaks • Detached • Games Room• Pub near by • Sleeps-12

Accommodation overview: The Old Rectory, a detached listed building, and Corner Cottage, an idyllic Cotswolds detached stone property are situated at Worton, a hamlet between the villages of Cassington and Yarnton, both mentioned in the Domesday Book. Owned by Christchurch College, Oxford until 1774, the Old Rectory and its surroundings are of great historical interest. The holiday properties are at the end of a quiet lane with ample parking at the front and a large private garden to the rear. Nearby are public footpaths across the fields to the neighbouring villages. In Cassington ¾ mile away, two pubs can be found; one of the more traditional type and the other, a free house with a restaurant. Yarnton, 1 mile away, also has two pubs, both with restaurants. Oxford, with its shops and theatres, is only 5 miles away. There is a regular bus service to London from Oxford or a train from nearby Hanborough Station. Ten minutes’ drive away is the historical town of Woodstock. Here lies Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Winston Churchill. Woodstock is also home to the Oxfordshire County Museum. Between Woodstock and Worton, is the village of Bladon where Churchill is buried. For the more active visitor, there are opportunities for walking, riding and sailing within easy reach, but for those who prefer the quiet life, then these properties provide the perfect place to relax. It is also an ideal place from which to explore the Cotswolds or Shakespeare’s Stratford, or somewhere to stay when the various highlights of the English summer calendar are taking place, such as Henley Regatta, Cheltenham Races, the British Grand Prix and Blenheim Horse Trials. The Old Rectory and Corner cottage can be booked together for larger parties. Shops and pub 1 mile.


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Manor Farm Cottages - The Coach House in Thrupp, Central England

Manor Farm Cottages - The Coach House, Thrupp, Oxfordshire, Central England

Sleeps 10
Weekly prices from £1208 to £ 3174

This pet friendly self catering accommodation in Thrupp sleeps 10.

Features include: • Fire• Short Breaks • Detached • Games Room • Garden • Sea near by• Pub near by • Sleeps-10

Accommodation overview: Situated in the lower part of the tiny hamlet of Thrupp, these two detached properties stand in the grounds of a manor house and lie adjacent to the 18th-century Oxford Canal. Offering wonderfully characterful accommodation for a holiday, they stand opposite one another: The Coach House (Ref NLX) is a spacious and imaginatively converted barn which overlooks open fields, whilst The Dovecote (Ref NLY) is a cosy little romantic hideaway for two.
In its day, the canal was a main artery to British industry, but in modern times, the barges move at a more relaxed pace. Thrupp starred as itself in the TV series Morse in the adaptation of Colin Dextor’s Last Bus to Woodstock. In Thrupp is The Boat public house with its open fire and beamed ceilings. A gentle, short stroll along the Oxford Canal towpath towards the nearby village of Kidlington leads to the Jolly Boatman on the A4260. Both pubs serve a selection of drinks and good food. There are many walks to be enjoyed nearby, either canal-side or through the owner’s managed woodland, along the banks of the River Cherwell, which is abundant with wildlife and birds. A ½-hour walk along the towpath or short drive in the car leads to Kidlington, which, recognised as the ‘largest village in England’, caters for every need - having several supermarkets, post office, chemists, launderette and various pubs and cafés. There is a nearby Park and Ride service into the city of Oxford as well as a regular bus service from the village. The M40 motorway is easily reached, connecting to either London or Birmingham in about 1 hour.
The properties make an ideal holiday base to explore the Cotswolds and Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon. The town of Woodstock, home to Blenheim Palace (birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill) and the village of Bladon (where Churchill is buried) are within 5 miles. Shops 2 miles, pubs ¼ mile.


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