A modern studio located on the ground floor of our townhouse in East Oxford. Ideal for couples, or single travelers alike. It has great access to the Hospitals, Brookes University, City centre by bus, and the Oxford tube from London. The studio has a double bed, kitchenette, and en-suite bathroom. There are a number of amenities that make the studio great for both short, or longer trips such as, tea/coffee (with fresh milk), free Wi-Fi, large rain shower, full cooker, TV/DVD, and washer/dryer.
“This was a gem for me. It had great reviews but the reality was even better. Lovely space, loved the independence with key in a box and own entrance. Host super responsive to my emails. It was beautifully clean, very comfortable and I loved the kitchenette and milk in the fridge! Location great if you realise that not central oxford but super quiet and on the right side for me for Oxford Brookes and v easy to get into the centre. Huge thanks!”
The Annex is a self-contained, one bedroom flat with separate lounge, kitchen/dining area, bedroom and bathroom. It has it's own entrance and parking space and is tastefully decorated with a homely feel. Situated in Tetsworth (J6 M40) at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, 25 mins drive from Oxford Central and 20 mins from Headington hospitals. The market town of Thame is 10 mins drive with a wide choice of shops, pubs and restaurants. Fully-equipped kitchen, tea/coffee/milk provided.
“Although from the area myself, I stayed here during the coronavirus pandemic to allow a vulnerable relative to self-isolate. Once the world and tourism restart, Craig's place will be an excellent choice for Oxford and the Chilterns. Beautiful Chinnor Hill, Watlington Hill, etc are not far away. Tetsworth is a quiet and typical village with a pub and church. The annex is designed such that it doesn't share a wall with the main house, making it exceptionally peaceful, like a detached property. The garden opens out onto fields behind, you can usually see kites hunting low over them. Although facing uncertainty and disruption to their lives at the time, Craig and his family were excellent and professional hosts.”
A contemporary guesthouse set in the the garden of an Oxfordshire stone cottage within walking distance of Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons. We bought the house in 2013 and completely renovated the cottage and annexe. The previous owner was Richard Curtis who wrote Blackadder, Four Weddings and a Funeral and the Vicar of Dibley whilst living here! The interiors are fresh and contemporary
“This is a lovely cottage hidden away in a quiet Oxfordshire village. We stayed there in order to go to the Manoir aux quat’ saisons for dinner, which is very close by. The cottage is really comfortable, beautifully decorated, cosy and warm. Sasha stocks it with lovely teas/coffee and a continental breakfast. Large shower with toiletries and a very comfortable bed. Our only regret was that we couldn’t stay for longer. We would definitely stay again.”