Green Cottage is a self-contained cottage at the end of a quiet lane which ends in fields. It has been converted from a small barn within the large walled garden of the owners' house - itself a pretty eighteenth-century Cotswold stone building. The cottage is private and cannot be seen from the main house.
You can park your car next to the cottage.
Green Cottage provides self-catering accommodation all on one floor. It sleeps four. There is also a futon for a fifth person if required - we make a small extra charge for this. The cottage is comfortable and well equipped, and our visitors often comment on its restful and home-like atmosphere.
Use our cottage floor plan below to see photographs of the accommodation and gardens.
As you can see, a spacious conservatory with futon opens into a large, light living room. Next to this is a fully fitted kitchen with dining area. Then there is a hall, which leads to a bathroom and two bedrooms. The main bedroom has a double bed (150x200cm), and the second has two single beds (each 90x190cm). The bathroom has a bath with wall-mounted shower.
No pets and no smoking.
- Linen, towels and duvets
- Wireless broadband internet connection
- Flat screen digital television and DVD player
- Radio/CD player
- Cooker and Microwave
- Washing machine and tumble drier
- Baby's Cot and high chair
- Central heating
- A wood-burning stove (an initial quantity of logs supplied)
- Parking next to cottage
- Secluded garden area with table and chairs
Northmoor and the Surrounding Area
Northmoor is a small, friendly village set among fields, with a 13th century church. There are walks that lead directly out of the village and that connect with the Thames Path - no need to get into your car. The village is also on the Oxfordshire cycle path. Pleasure boats can be hired locally.
There is a pub in the village which serves good food, three minutes walk away from the cottage. The nearest shop and Post Office are two miles away, and there are a variety of pubs and restaurants in the surrounding area. There is a bus service to Oxford from Northmoor, but a car is strongly recommended.
Northmoor is near several attractive towns with shops and places of interest, such as:
- Oxford (30 minutes depending on traffic) - excellent shops, ancient university and churches, museums and galleries
- Witney (15 minutes) - old wool town, pretty church green, nearest main shops, Cogges Farm museum
- Abingdon (20 minutes) - bridges over the Thames, ancient centre, useful shopping
- Wantage (30 minutes) - capital of King Alfred's Wessex, excellent local museum and cafe, near the White Horse Downs and Ridgeway
Also of interest are:
- Blenheim Palace and Park at Woodstock (25 minutes), where there is also an excellent local museum with cafe, and many antique shops
- Burford (20 minutes) with historic church and many small shops - antiques, clothes, books
- The Cotswolds area and its many picturesque towns and villages
- Kelmscott Manor and garden (30 minutes), where William Morris lived, preserved as a museum about his life and work
- Stratford-upon-Avon (and the Royal Shakespeare Company's theatre) and Warwick Castle (1 hour)
- Many National Trust properties: e.g. Buscot Park, Chastleton House, Great Coxwell Barn.
- The Cotswold Wildlife Park (30 minutes)
There are main railway stations at Oxford and Didcot, and there are excellent coach services between Oxford and London.
|Low Season: January - March; November - December Excluding Christmas, New Year & other Bank Holiday Weeks||£320.00 per week|
|Mid Season: April - May; September - October Excluding Bank Holiday Weeks||£405.00 per week|
|High Season: June - August; Christmas, New Year & Bank Holidays||£490.00 per week|