Country cottages and self-catering holiday accommodation near Brightwell Baldwin, Oxfordshire

3 rental properties match your search for Country cottages and self catering Brightwell Baldwin Oxfordshire

Oak Cottage, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, Cotswolds, England

2 bedroom Cottage

sleeps 2 - 5 guests
2 - 5
2 bedrooms
2
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed
4 star

Charming 2 bedroom holiday cottage with exposed wooden beams and private garden, situated close to the centre of Wallingford near Oxford.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £450
Next availability:
from 13 July to 19 August 20

Chilterns View Hot Tub Lodges, Ewelme, Oxfordshire, Cotswolds, England

1 bedroom Romantic Lodge

sleeps 1 - 2 guests
1 - 2
1 bedrooms
1
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed

Escape for a romantic break to the unspoilt Chiltern countryside, with each lodge boasting a king-size bed, private warm bubbly hot tub and a veranda with superb countryside views, there's plenty to fall in love with at Chilterns View Hot Tub Lodges, prices for 3 night stay Sunday to Thursday 495.

Special features: free internet access, outdoor hot tub.

Weekly Price from: £850

Old Stable and 3 more cottages, Thame, Oxfordshire, Cotswolds, England

3 bedroom Cottage

sleeps 2 - 6 guests
2 - 6
3 bedrooms
3
2 bathrooms
2
dog-friendly cottage
4 star

A small collection of high quality farm cottages and barn conversions in a tranquil rural setting within walking distance of the fine market town of Thame and just 13 miles from the historical city of Oxford.

Weekly Price from: £365

Find self-catering country cottages, holiday cottages, houses and apartments for self-catering holidays near Brightwell Baldwin in Oxfordshire, England. Please click on the photographs of any accommodation shown to view details of the self-catering accommodation. Additional holiday cottages and houses can be found by browsing the Feature Pages menu on the left.

Brightwell Baldwin is a tiny village in the district of South Oxfordshire, three of miles north east of Wallingford, near junction 6 of the M40. Another village with a long history, it was listed in the Domesday Book. St. Bartholomew's Church in the village boats a Jacobean pulpit and a history of church music in the village.