In the picturesque village of Wolvercote, just three miles north of Oxford’s city centre, you will find this pretty Victorian conversion home that overlooks an ancient meadow land called Port Meadow, which runs along the River Thames and into Oxford. Some residents, even have ancient grazing rights to keep horses, cattle, and geese in the meadow, so keep an eye out for animals as you explore the area.
Enjoy leisurely breakfasts on sunny mornings in the sun-trapped and walled rear garden with its pretty plants making it ideal for alfresco dining. We would also love nothing more than to spend some time quietly reading here too before we head out for the day. Visit the historic Oxford city centre – which can be reached in just three miles by car. Or, if you have plenty of energy, then Oxford can be reached by walking along the canal or across the meadow.
Then, after a busy day, return home and cook delicious dinners in the handmade bespoke oak kitchen with its gas double oven, and dine alfresco in the courtyard garden.
Home truths: *This home is set well back from the road
*There is free parking on the private driveway for up to three cars
*This home is spread over three floors, with no internal lift
*No smoking is permitted in the house or garden here
*Your omplimentary welcome pack includes sachets of tea and coffee, small cartons of milk, dishwasher tablets, and other essentials to get you started
*There is a weekly linen change if your stay is longer than ten nights
*The entrance to this home is shared with the building's other residents