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Holiday Cottages Thame

The market town of Thame has an enviable position in the Oxfordshire Countryside and is an excellent destination for a UK getaway. Easy to access due to its proximity to the M40 whilst far enough away that you’d never notice. Thame is known for its well-preserved historic buildings and picturesque streets, and it is a popular tourist destination. Read more

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When you choose a holiday cottage in Thame you are giving your group relatively easy access to Oxford for a day trip or night out, less than 30 minute drive to the City Park & Ride. You’re also getting the peace of a more rural destination which still has plenty of shops and restaurants close by. You may also want to check our dog friendly holiday cottages or perhaps you’d love a hot tub weekend away or a cottage with an open fire.

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