Hunter Cottage is a newly built, stylishly furnished and cosy one bedroom en-suite cottage. It sits in the grounds of Hunter Court house, and can be used as extra accommodation for the main house, or as a separate, romantic hideaway for two. Privacy is not compromised as the cottage is completely walled-in and opens up on to a large, private field with a fruit orchard and wild flowers, allowing access for lovely country walks. The private garden door with your own key lets you slip easily down the lane into one of two lovely Cotswold pubs right in the village, or to the local shop for delicious homemade bread and cakes. All the ceilings are double volume with beautiful exposed natural oak beams, and the rooms are very generously proportioned. A superior quality Hypnos superking bed will guarantee you the rest you have come for and the tranquil environment will ensure you won't want to leave!
The self-catering holiday retreat is a two minute walk from two cosy 17th century pubs, The Clanfield Tavern and The Plough Inn, with excellent food and roaring log fires. The village also boasts a post office and village shop. In the neighbouring village of Bampton you will discover a supermarket, the local butchers, an art gallery and a number of pubs. Bampton has a variety of annual events including The Great Original Shirt Race, Morris Dancing and Donkey Derby.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Sleeps two guests.
Ground floor accommodation.
One bedroom. One bathroom.
Baby welcome. (Please bring your own cot/highchair).
Off-street parking for two cars.
Minimum stay of three nights.
Kitchen includes fitted electric oven, multi-functional microwave, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
iPod and iPhone compatible radio.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Clanfield is an ideal location for an outdoor break in Oxfordshire with plenty of walks as well as cycling, fishing and boating (the Thames is only two miles away).
There are an abundance of quaint, pretty, picturesque Cotswold villages surrounding the area including Radcot which offers one of the oldest crossing points over the River Thames.
Burford is eight miles away, Oxford 21 miles and Cirencester 18 miles.
Heathrow Airport can be reached in an hour and 10 minutes and the nearest railway station is Hanborough (13 miles) with Oxford (21 miles), Didcot (22 miles) & Swindon (17 miles).