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Ground Floor Holiday Cottages

Discover our range of ground floor holiday cottages, perfect for guests with diverse mobility needs. We offer a variety of holiday cottages with ground floor bedrooms and bathrooms, ensuring everyone can enjoy a comfortable and relaxing stay.

Our curated collection of ground floor homes and cottages are ideal for those seeking comfort, convenience, and accessibility. Our ground floor self-catering accommodation also offer easier access to outdoor spaces and gardens, along with maintaining a comfortable temperature year-round. Whether you’re looking for a ground floor self-catering accommodation in Oxford or a quaint countryside cottage The Cotswolds, we have something for everyone. Ready to find your perfect home for a getaway or an extended stay? Contact us today to find the perfect home. 

Some of our accessible holiday cottages also provide consideration for wheelchair users, please read the individual layouts and descriptions to ensure your chosen property is suitable for your needs.

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