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Great location, 15 mins to Oxford, 5 mins to Bicester Village. Parking
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
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You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 5
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We manage 12 'home from home' beautiful holiday apartments in West London. Visit us at Kensington Holiday Rentals co dot uk. We pride ourselves on our warm welcome, personalised service and we will be on hand 24/7 for any information requests or problems. We have a full time house-keeper on hand, the indomitable Ana, and there is no technical task too great for our handyman Pavel. Please note that all of these apartments are exclusive dedicated full time short let apartments, they are not people's homes just vacated. We look forward to hearing from you and it will be a pleasure to accommodate you during your trip to London. We love our portfolio of apartments and we are sure you will too… Best wishes, Hugo & Lizzie
Elizabeth purchased this house in 2001
Why Elizabeth chose Cherwell
This estate has been in our family for 200 years
What makes this house unique
The world famous Bicester Village shopping village is very nearby (5 mins drive). Join the bargain hunters for top quality brands at affordable prices. Pubs: The Oxford Arms in the nextdoor village of Kirtlington is recomended. The Bell at Hampton Poyle is also excellent. Then in Woodstock, there’s the very nice King’s Arms. And the bar/restaurant at the Feather’s Hotel there is also nice. There are famous gastro pubs galore around the Cotswolds, our favourites are: The Plough at Kingham for a special treat; The Chequers at Churchill; The Feathered Nest at Nether Westcote; the Swan at Southrop in the beautiful Coln Valley south of Burford; and the excellent Five Alls in Filkins. Getting to Oxford: Driving into Oxford has generally be discouraged by the authorities for years. It’s okay to drive and park in the evenings, but probably for day trips it’s easiest to use the Park & Ride system. The nearest place to park and get the bus into Oxford is at the Pear Tree Roundabout on the A34. But in summer, the best way to see Oxford is to hire a bicycle and see it under your own steam - bike hire at www. Blenheim Palace - The most famous house in the country is literally in the nearby village of Woodstock. You can park inside the palace no problem. Its a gem, and its also great if you just want to go for a walk (free of charge) around the grounds. There are also numerous events there throughout the year. Please check on their website. Combo up with a nice pub (see above) lunch or dinner in Woodstock. Places not to miss: The Slad Valley, north of Stroud (where Laurie Lee’s Cider with Rosie was set); Bath, it’s a Regency gem; Chipping Camden, classic Cotswold town; Sudeley Castle in Winchcombe; Hidcote Manor Gardens; The Coln Valley south of Burford, beautiful villages around Quenington, Eastleach and Southrop. The area’s most famous polo club is literally in the nextdoor village of Kirtlington, pop along in summer months and take in a few chukkas from
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