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Manor Cottages, Burford, Oxfordshire

Manor Cottages
33a Priory Lane
Burford
Oxfordshire

OX18 4SG | View map
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Set in some of the prettiest villages in England, our properties are all furnished to a high standard whilst retaining their essential character. Their rural location in unrivalled scenery will ensure a relaxing stay, whether driving to nearby places of interest or discovering the countryside on foot.

Less than two hours from London, the Cotswolds are designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Rolling hills dotted with sheep, villages of natural golden stone, historic houses and local heritage combine to give the Cotswolds their unique charm. Add this to the surrounding towns of Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Bath - you can see why we think you'll like it!

We are a small company and can give individual help with the selection of your cottage and making arrangements for collection from airports, car hire etc.

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Ratings/Awards: 3-5 Stars
Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 60
Unit Type: Cottages and Apartments
Price Guide: 200 - 1250
Nearest Major Town: Oxford/StratfordCheltenham/Cirencester
Distance: 18 - 25
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Suitable for Disabled - 4 cottages
Dogs/Pets Welcome - in some cottages
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Electric Cooking
Central Heating
Linen Provided
Washing Machine
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