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Holiday Homes & Cottages in Nuneham Courtenay

Nuneham Courtenay is a picturesque Oxfordshire village, nestled along the banks of the River Thames, this charming village is renowned for its historical significance and stunning natural surroundings. The village offers a delightful escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Read more.

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The centrepiece of Nuneham Courtenay is Nuneham House, an elegant Georgian mansion surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens designed by the renowned landscape architect Capability Brown.

The village has a rich history, with Nuneham Courtenay being mentioned in the Domesday Book, a survey of England completed in 1086. The estate has been associated with various prominent families throughout the centuries, contributing to its cultural and architectural heritage. One of the villages notable attractions is The Harcourt Arboretum, a botanical haven, which is part of the University of Oxford’s Botanic Garden, spans 130 acres and is a captivating landscape filled with an extensive collection of trees and shrubs from around the world.

The village maintains a timeless charm with its well-preserved cottages and traditional architecture, creating a peaceful and idyllic atmosphere.

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