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Holiday Cottages and Self- Catering Accommodation in Witney

Our self-catering accommodation and holiday cottages in Witney are perfect for a relaxing holiday. Whether you are visiting with family, friends or your significant other or you are traveling solo, our holiday accommodation cater to all. Find the ideal accommodation in Witney for your party size and needs, ranging from self-catering apartments within walking distance of the town centre to holiday cottages overlooking the stunning Cotswolds countryside. The picturesque market town of Witney serves as an ideal base for those looking for a holiday home near the Cotswolds to explore the captivating beauty of the surrounding area. Read more

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Witney is a town in the county of Oxfordshire, located approx. 12 miles from Oxford. The town is situated on the River Windrush and is known for its history, as well as its thriving local economy and community.

Witney has a range of amenities and attractions, including a variety of shops, cafes, and restaurants in the town centre.

If you can’t find anything in Witney, why not expand your search further afield and check out our Woodstock cottages or explore our range of holiday cottages in the Cotswolds.

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