Romantic Bed and Breakfast Rental with Lovely Countryside Views near Oxford, England
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The suite is artfully decorated with pastel hues and soft, luxury furnishings. Combined with the natural light flooding in from the wide windows, the suite is infused with a warm and calming atmosphere. The King size bed is done up with white linens, extra pillows, and a plush duvet cover. Each morning, guests will wake up from sweet dreams to a beautiful sunrise over the rolling hills and gated pastures outside their window.
There is a full ensuite bathroom with a toilet, a sink, and a bat with shower over. Soft white linens, a hairdryer, and a selection of toiletries are provided. The suite also includes a wardrobe, a flat-screen television, and a work desk that also functions as a dressing table. There is also a hospitality tray with a basket of sugars and other ingredients for brewing tea and coffee. Guests will have access to a fridge and microwave in the lounge. They will also enjoy a hospitality tray upon arrival. Other amenities include heating and air conditioning, cable and satellite, Wi-Fi, and ceiling fans.
Outside, guests can sit out on the patio and enjoy the lovely views of the English countryside. They can watch cows graze in the fields, or deer and hares in the gardens. They can also ride their bikes up to the Cotswold and Chiltern Hills beyond the farm, where they can stop for a pint of ale at a pub and stroll along winding medieval roads in historic hamlets.
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- King-size bed
- Running water
- Cell service
- Safe box
- Lounge/Living room
- Dining room
- Outdoor furniture
- Linens and pillows
- Twin/Single bed
- Cooking basics
- Tea kettle
- Air conditioning
- Shared Barbecue
There is also free Wi-Fi, an LCD television, a work desk, a hanging closet, central heating, and free parking.
The self-catering hut is powered by solar energy and comes with an eco-friendly bathroom and an outdoor shower. The hut also includes a BBQ grill and a wood-burning stove.
Location + Surroundings
- Feeding animals
- Wildlife watching
The farm is surrounded by a vast patchwork of rolling pastures and lush fields. Guests can walk around the farm to see the cows grazing, wildlife like deer and hares, and watch birds like pheasants and red kites.
Guests can hike and ride bikes up to the nearby Cotswold and Chiltern Hills. Beyond the hills, guests will find hamlets and villages with pubs, gift shops, cafes, and a gelateria. The farm is about 15 minutes away from Bicester Village, an ancient Saxon settlement known for its designer outlet shops and charming, winding cobblestone roads. At Bicester Heritage Park, guests can see restored vintage cars, airplanes, and motorcycles in a unique period setting of tree-lined avenues and historic redbrick buildings.
Being in the heart of the Aylesbury Vale means the lodge is conveniently located near a number of historic country manors and castles. Guests can tour acres of gorgeous landscaped gardens, or hallways festooned with priceless works of art, at Claydon House, Waddesdon Manor, and the National Trust Properties' Stowe Landscape Gardens at Buckingham. Thespians can visit Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare's birthplace and the current home of the British National Theater.
History buffs can visit Bletchley Park, where allied soldiers cracked the German army's top-secret codes during World War II. They can also tour Blenheim Palace, Churchill's birthplace, and a World Heritage Site, or Warwick Castle, home of famous medieval Plantagenets. For more ancient history, guests can drive two hours over to Stonehenge, one of the most famous prehistoric monuments and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Bookworms can spend the day touring the halls of Oxford University, only half an hour away from the lodge. Over 800 years old, Oxford has housed and educated everyone from kings and saints, to politicians and philosophers, to scientists and some of the world's greatest literary minds, like John Keats and C.S. Lewis. Oxford was a filming location for the Harry Potter films and is home to a fantastic library worth exploring.
Poundon is over an hour and a half away from London, one of the world's most famous cities. The city provides no shortage of shopping, fine dining, museums, and art galleries. Guests can tour more historical landmarks like the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, and the Globe Theater. They can watch the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace, eat fish and chips near Piccadilly, catch a show at West End, or take photos of iconic sights like Big Ben. Additionally, guests can ride the Eye of London or take a boat tour along the River Thames.
Check-in: 4:30 p.m.
Check-out: 10:30 a.m.
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
Pets are not allowed.
There is a minimum stay of two nights.
Check-in is any time between 16:30 and 19:30. Check-out is at 10:30. Earlier or later check-in times can be arranged, but guests must notify hosts in advance.
The lodge is suitable for couples and families with older children. It is not suitable for children under the age of 12.