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Holiday Cottages in Oxfordshire near to Soho Farmhouse

The Soho Farmhouse is located in The Cotswolds golden triangle; a sought after area between Chipping Norton, Burford and Stow. The Soho Farmhouse is a stunning members’ club-cum-country house hotel;…

Visit Burford in 2022

Burford, also known as the Gateway to the Cotswolds, is one of Oxfordshire’s most scenic towns, with a steep high street that sweeps downward past Cotswold stone cottages, and Georgian…

Visit Chipping Campden in 2022

Chipping Campden has one of the most picturesque and majestic High Streets in England, once described by historian G.M. Trevelyan as “the most exquisite village street presently left on the…

Visit Bourton-on-the-Water in 2022

Bourton-on-the-Water is a fantastic base for anyone looking to explore the beauty of the northern Cotswolds. Famed for its honey-coloured houses and idyllic village scenery, you’ll be surrounded by outstanding natural…

Visit Broadway in the Cotswolds in 2022

In Worcestershire’s southeast corner, Broadway is a small community with a lot of character. Visitors return year after year because of its unique history, diverse dining and shopping options, and…

Our Top 20 Places to Visit in Oxford

Oxford, the city of dreaming spires, is a lovely city with a lot to see. If you’re looking for the top things to do in Oxford, look no further. Here’s…

Visit Moreton-in-Marsh in 2022

Moreton-in-Marsh sits at the head of the lovely Evenlode Valley and has been a lively Cotswold market town since the 13th century. The beautiful high street is The Fosse Way…

Visit Stow-on-the-Wold in 2022

Stow-on-the-Wold, at approximately 800 feet above sea level, is the highest of the Cotswold towns, situated on the Roman Fosse Way and at the crossroads of multiple routes, making it…

Visit Chipping Norton in 2022

Chipping Norton, popularly called ‘Chippy’ by locals, is situated on the highest point in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Historically, it was a centre for the Cotswold wool trade and was granted…

10 Reasons You Really Should Visit The Cotswolds

It’s easy to see why the Cotswolds, our charming corner of rural England, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. Rolling hills and sweeping meadows, pastoral…

How to Create a Dog-Friendly Holiday Cottage

As more Brits opt to travel in the UK with their four-legged pals, demand for dog-friendly holiday properties continues to increase. Bookings for staycations with pets have increased by 40%…

Protect Your Holiday Cottage in Wintertime

During the winter months, not only is the harsh cold and stormy weather more likely to cause damage to holiday homes, but the chance of burglary also increases. A little…

How to increase Holiday Cottage bookings in the low season

The months of November through to February are traditionally slow for holiday cottage reservations in the UK. The occupancy calendar can look depressingly empty at this time of year. Although…

How to Prevent Uncomfortable Bed Complaints

If you own a holiday cottage, you understand how difficult it is to continuously satisfy your guests. You work hard to give guests an enticing piece of homely tranquilly from…

How to make your holiday cottage accessible

There are numerous factors to consider when renting a holiday cottage, such as where to stay, whether the desired dates are available, how much it will cost, and what activities…

How to Make a Great Guest Book

When we know our vacation home and the surrounding area so well, it’s easy to take things for granted and forget how it felt when we first arrived. We forget…

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