Oxfordshire’s coolest AirBnBs
Oxfordshire is full of all kinds of weird and wonderful AirBnBs with many unique features.
The county offers river barges, cozy cottages, modern apartments and private rooms, with prices ranging from just £ 30 a night to over £ 1,000 a night.
AirBnB, or Air Bed and Breakfast, is an online service that allows homeowners to rent out their homes or spaces on their property. to travelers.
The people who live in Oxfordshire have a lot of exciting places to visit with lots of fun and quirky additions, these are just a few of our favorites.
Country mansion, Culham
Warren Farm is located in the idyllic Oxfordshire countryside.
The property has nine bedrooms with nine king-size double beds, one single bed, and bunk beds. Additional single beds and temporary beds are located in Family Double Rooms.
There are two living rooms – one with a large flat screen TV with Sky – a conservatory, a dining area, a utility room and the property has free Wi-Fi.
The property has full central heating and two open fires and a log burner to keep you warm on cooler evenings.
Its equipment includes:
- Indoor / outdoor jacuzzi
- Indoor sauna
- Disco area
- Outdoor kitchen with pizza oven, gas and charcoal grills
- Outdoor play area
- Three acre garden
Parties, however, are not permitted.
Prices vary, but on average you could be paying £ 1,800 a night.
The Kite Rest, Watlington
Kite’s Rest is a modern, luxury self-catering annex set in the garden of the family home in Watlington.
The property has a king-size bed with luxury cotton sateen bedding and a dining table that overlooks the garden through the folding doors.
The kitchenette is equipped with a mini-fridge, two-burner hob and saucepans, a coffee machine, pots and pans and utensils for those who love to cook. However, there is no oven or microwave.
Dogs are welcome and owners can provide a dog bed, towel and water bowl.
This cute little annex is available from £ 80 per night.
The Cotswold Manor Barn, Bampton
The Cotswold Manor estate is set in a beautiful 70 acre park.
Guests have exclusive use of a hot tub, barbecue and patio furniture on private lawns, and shared use of the park with a play barn.
The open plan kitchen, dining room and living room have high beamed ceilings and oak floors.
The modern kitchen is fully fitted with fridge-freezer, oven and dishwasher. Super-fast broadband is provided, as well as an HDTV in the living room and in some bedrooms. Digital electric heating throughout.
This barn property can be yours for £ 1,600 a night.
Entire house, North Hinksey
This three bedroom, four bathroom home sleeps up to nine people and is designed to entertain.
There is a large family kitchen / diner and TV / game room with a large screen TV with surround sound, a music room and a living room.
In the basement is another entertainment room with a small indoor pool and changing room / shower.
All rooms are equipped with a suite.
There is a large rear garden with barbecue and various outdoor seating areas with views over the open countryside.
Prices vary throughout the week, but on average you’ll pay £ 600 per night to rent the whole house.
The Studio, Bicester
This contemporary space, near the village of Bicester, has folding doors and privacy blinds opening onto a private patio-garden with water feature.
The property is described as ‘innovative’ and the space has designer touches, Art Deco lighting, super-fast Wi-Fi, a SmartTV, Netflix, and a Sony soundbar.
The main feature of its escape property is that it has an included hot tub.
Prices start from £ 225 for this AirBnB.
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