Stay somewhere different on your next visit to Oxfordshire and relax in the comfort of a quaint country cottage, a modern barn conversion with spacious rooms, or a stylish Cotswold stone holiday home, making your escape to this varied county even more special. The choice is yours!
Self-catering homestays can offer a more relaxed environment than traditional hotel accommodation. You can really get into Oxfordshire living, enjoying life on your own schedule. You will find yourself in your own private space, taking it easy in comfortable lounges or gardens. Dining can also be a less formal affair. Self-catering properties often have washing machines and tumble dryers – great for young families. Cots and high chairs can also be provided in family-friendly accommodation.
Holiday cottages, barn conversions or family homes are particularly good for larger groups and three-generation holidays. You will also find that many self-catering properties offer pet-friendly accommodation.
Our partners below offer a wide range of different self-catering options across Oxfordshire, with unique options for you to choose from…
Grange Farm can be found on the eastern edge of Oxfordshire, close to Bicester, and offers five dog-friendly cottages, all converted from Victorian barns and located on a working farm. It also offers stables for horse accommodation if required. Accommodating 1-22 guests in five cottages.
Award-winning StayCotswold manages a large portfolio of hand-picked luxury holiday cottages in the Cotswolds, with 60 cottages in Oxfordshire. You will find properties in Burford, Kingham, Bampton, Chipping Norton, Hook Norton, Witney, Great Tew, Faringdon and Woodstock. With their wide range of different styles of properties and groups of barns or cottages, you can find something suitable from 1-28 guests and everything in between.
Home to the largest collection of self-catering accommodation in Oxfordshire, Snaptrip is a trusted marketplace for travellers to discover cottage, apartment and lodge holidays online. No matter where you’re looking to stay in Oxfordshire – from the historical city of Oxford to the rural idylls of the Cotswolds – each destination in this stunning region has its own characteristics that will charm you into wanting to stay longer.