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Radcliffe Camera, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Self Catering cottages in Oxfordshire

Here is a browseable listing of our holiday cottages in Oxfordshire, England. Please select your desired location from the menu below, or use the search form to the right. You may also wish to consult the listings for cottages in nearby Gloucestershire, Buckinghamshire, or Bedfordshire, which border on Oxfordshire. For alternative accommodation, see our Oxfordshire hotel guide, and for suggestions on what to see and do in the area, visit our Oxfordshire Travel Guide or our in-depth travel guide to the historic city of Oxford.

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photo of the Radcliffe Camera, Oxford, Oxfordshire is © David Ross and Britain Express


Featured historic attraction in Oxfordshire:

Oxford, Christ Church Cathedral
Oxford, Christ Church Cathedral - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
This smallest of English cathedrals started life as a shrine to St. Frideswide, a lady whose reputation was made when a Saxon who tried to force himself on her was struck blind. In 1525 Cardinal Wolsey had half of the church nave pulled down to make way for his new Christ Church College. In 1546 the new see of Oxford was moved to this modest church, which also acts as the college chapel. The late … ... more

Top Historic attractions in Oxfordshire:

Blenheim Palace (Historic House)
Ashmolean Museum (Museum)
Dorchester Abbey (Church)
Oxford (Town)
Mapledurham House (Historic House)