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Cedar Cottage

3 Visit England Stars 3 Visit England Stars 3 Visit England Stars 3 Visit England Stars
Old Marston
Oxfordshire
OX3 0PT

Tel: +44 (0)1993 811711

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Cedar Cottage
This charming two-bedroom cottage is located in the historic and idyllic village of Old Marston, Oxfordshire. This cottage is an oasis of calm in a beautiful English village setting; the only noise is the sound of church bells from the village church. The cottage is in a lovely countryside setting but only 3km from Oxford city centre. The cottage itself is set in 3/4 acre of beautiful garden, including a gorgeous pond and has been fitted to a high standard. The property is comfortable and has a lovely cottage feel. There are wonderful views over the countryside from the upstairs windows and a picturesque courtyard to enjoy the surroundings in the summer.

This property is owner managed by Alan and his wife. The couple built the cottage as a self-contained extension to their own home. The couple are very thoughtful and will help any visitor feel at home from day one.

• Cedar cottage is a brick built home set in the spacious grounds of the owner's own home.
• The cottage is located at the end of a secluded drive way.
• The entrance to the cottage is to the side of the cottage where there is a small patio area with outside table and chairs.
• The front door leads into the living room. The living room is comfortably furnished with a leather two seat sofa, leather single seat chair and an additional easy chair. There is a study desk, flat screen TV and generous storage space.
• The living room has wood flooring covered with a warm and decorative rug.
• The bathroom leads off the living room through a small utility/cloakroom. The bathroom has a bath and a shower over the bath.
• The kitchen leads off the living room. The kitchen is compact with ample work space and suitable for a family staying for a week or several months.
• The kitchen is equipped with everything that you require for day to day cooking and food preparation.
• The second floor is reached by a staircase with a twist at the bottom of the stairs.
• The staircase is carpeted and there is a banister/handrail.
• The main bedroom has a double bed, single bed, side tables, bureau and generous wardrobe space. There is a window overlooking the garden area, and a rear window overlooking countryside towards Oxford.
• The second bedroom has a single bed and bureau. There is additional clothes hanging space at the top of the stairs.
• Broadband internet connection
• There is space for one car to be parked in front of the property. There is nearby road parking for a second car.

Local area and amenities:

Old Marston is an idyllic and delightful village, located 3km northeast of the city centre. It has a lot of historic relevance, Oliver Cromwell visited the village during the English Civil War and the parish church of St Nicholas in the centre of the village dates back to 12th Century. There are lovely walks along the river Cherwell, a major tributary to the Thames, just a few minutes walk from the cottage. There are several excellent pubs in the village serving evening meals and a local shop selling basic amenities. There are several major supermarkets within 1km by car or within a few minutes by bus.

Reviews:

"We found the cottage fully equipped as advertised and it provided a wonderful 'home away from home' during our three week stay in Oxford. Bus connections into Oxford are within a short walking distance but there are two pubs close by in case you don't want to cook in the kitchen. We hope to return someday" Noah. M, Kuwait

"We would definitely recommend this property. Cedar Cottage is the perfect place to stay if you are in Oxford on business or pleasure. The facilities provide everything you need and the location is great. The owners are a lovely friendly couple who made us feel completely at home. We will definitely be staying there on our next visit to Oxford" Gayle. H, Barbados

Awards

  • Tourism South East Award -Tourism South East Member 2015 Tourism South East Member 2015 2015

Gradings

  • 3 Visit England Stars
3 Visit England Stars

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