Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire attracts almost 8 million visitors a year and with some of the best cottages with hot tubs to choose from, picturesque scenery and some of the richest heritage in Britain it's easy to see why this county is so popular.
If you are looking to go on a romantic break, an annual family holiday or just want to get away from it all for a few days with friends our recommendations offer excellent accommodation at an affordable price.
Our hot tub cottages offer all the modern amenities you would expect including fully fitted kitchens, open-plan living, en-suite bathrooms, secluded outdoor space and of course the added benefit of your own outdoor whirlpool bath.
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More people are choosing to take their holidays at home and Oxfordshire is an excellent destination for everyone, with lots to see and do. So, switch off your phone, bag your bags, even bring the family dog to one of our pet friendly cottages with hot tubs. With its skyline of spires, meandering rivers and some of the most fascinating attractions in the country, a holiday in Oxfordshire will be one that is remembered.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Oxfordshire
We want you to have a great time in Oxfordshire, so with that in mind have researched the best attractions in the area including;
1. Blenheim Palace
The birthplace of Winston Churchill and the family residence of the 12th Duke of Marlborough this 18th century palace is home to one of the finest collections of antiques, art and tapestries in Europe. Explore the state rooms and discover over 300 years of history before taking a stroll in the landscaped gardens, 2000 acres designed by the legendary Capability Brown. Admire some of the most spectacular views in England and check out the historic monuments including the Temple of Diana. Kids can have fun in the maze, butterfly farm and adventure playground. With a variety of places to eat and drink along with a host of events throughout the year, one visit to this national treasure is never enough.
2. Guided Tour of Oxford
With its honey-coloured spires and ancient buildings Oxford is without doubt one of the most beautiful cities in the world and the best way to discover the heritage of this culture capital is to take a guided tour. There are various interactive themed tours available for all ages, wherever your interests lie, including; Harry Potter filming location tours, cycling tours, sightseeing river cruises, Inspector Morse tours, you can even experience a punting tour or an Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatters tea party. Now that would be something different to tell your friends.
3. Fairytale Farm
Kids and adults alike will love Fairytale Farm which can be found on the outskirts of Chipping Norton. The layout and design of the farm is the only attraction in the UK catered towards disabled children first and foremost. A wonderfully sensory experience the farm is divided into 4 zones, enjoy a fairy-tale experience as you wander along the Enchanted Walk, meet the animals, visit mouse town and let the kids run wild in the adventure playground. Farm animals, family fun and fairy tales make for a fabulous day out for all the family.
4. Bodleian Library
The most impressive library you will ever see, founded in 1602 by Sir Thomas Bodley, it is the oldest public library in the world. An agreement was made at the time that the Bodleian would receive a copy of every book published in Britain and that still stands to this day. An incredible 5000 books arrive each week. The library is home to over 12 million books and can seat 2500 readers. Highlights include the magnificent Divinity School and Tower of Five Orders.
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5. River and Rowing Museum
Described by the Times newspaper as belonging in the top 50 museums in the world this fantastic attraction is a lot more exciting than the name suggests. The cutting-edge building has 3 galleries depicting the history of rowing including a full-size steam launch and 2 of the boats Steve Redgrave rowed to Olympic gold. It also has 5 temporary spaces that house fascinating exhibitions throughout the year. One of the highlights of the River and Rowing Museum is the Wind in the Willows exhibit, where dramatic sounds, lighting and 3D models bring the famous children's book to life. The Terrace Cafe is a great place to enjoy a meal and of course there is a well-stocked gift shop to pick up mementoes of your visit.
6. Bicester Village
Fancy a bit of retail therapy? Bicester Village is one of the most popular luxury shopping outlets in the world, with brands such as Mulberry, Prada, Gucci, Tag Heuer and Valentino to name a few and with discounts of up to 60% on the retail price you won't need to break the bank to pick up some bargains in one of the 130 stylish boutiques. There are a selection of cafes and restaurants to suit all tastes and small indulgent extras like valet parking and personal shoppers to really make you feel like a celebrity and of course when you return to your cottage or lodge with hot tub you can continue the luxury by soaking in your own private jacuzzi.
7. Buscot Park
A 18th century country house, situated near Faringdon, Oxfordshire, this fine example of Neo-Classical architecture contains a vast collection of artworks including paintings by Rembrandt, Gainsborough and Botticelli, to name a few. The real highlight of Buscot Park however, are the gardens. Over 100 acres of woodland, lakes, formal gardens and water features make sure to visit the early 20th century Water Garden, the Pleasure Gardens and the walled kitchen garden, Four Seasons Garden, with a children's playground picnic areas and an abundance of blooms, no wonder these are considered some of the finest gardens in the UK.
8. Didcot Railway Centre
Boasting a fine collection of steam locomotives, coaches, wagons and memorabilia Didcot Railway Centre is a great day out for all the family. Marvel at the recreation of Brunel's famous broad gauge railway and a replica of Firefly a locomotive engine built in 1840. With an array of family activities taking place during the school holidays, various events and exhibitions plus Steam Train rides, a cafe and gift shop you are guaranteed a fascinating and fun day out at this top attraction.
9. Oxford Natural History Museum
This elegant Victorian Gothic, Grade 1 listed building is home to the universities extensive array of zoological specimens, paleontology, mineral and entomology collections, some of which it is said, inspired Lewis Carroll to create his wonderland characters. Highlights include the famous Oxford Dinosaurs, Dodo and numerous interactive hands on displays, never has learning been this much fun.
10. River Cruises
The River Thames is the second longest river in Britain, synonymous with London it is 215 miles long and flows through some superb Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, non, more so, than in Oxfordshire. There are a wide range of boat tours available enabling you to view the breathtaking countryside from a different perspective while letting your everyday cares drift away. Along with the regular sightseeing tours you will find luxury dining or afternoon tea cruises, champagne cruises, jazz cruises, all designed for you to make the most of this picture-perfect location.
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