nutwood cottage

Sleeps 4
2 Bedrooms
From £190 per night

Overview

A thatched, butterscotch-coloured Cotswold stone escape, Nutwood Cottage is located in a pretty Oxfordshire village just a stone’s throw from Bicester. With warm and inviting farmhouse-style interiors including natural hues and lots of raw materials, plus plenty of stylish furnishings, this escape has everything you need for a peaceful, rural getaway. Sleeping up to four people in two bedrooms, Nutwood Cottage is a great choice for families, couples who like their space, or a small group of friends.

Kitchen, Living & Dining Areas

The open-plan living space is cosy and characterful with a subtle nod to Danish design. The sitting area centres around a log burner within the old original fire place, framed by an overhead wooden beam. There’s a sofa, arm chair and window seat, accompanied by cosy throws and sheepskins for hunkering down in front of a film or a crackling fire.

The dining area features an exposed brick wall, a wooden table with a bench and two chairs, and hanging pendent lights. The clever use of mirrors in this escape makes the cottage feel spacious and helps brings the natural light indoors. From here, you access the separate modern country-style kitchen, where you’ll find everything you need for rustling up feasts. We love the large oatmeal-hued SMEG fridge and the classic farmhouse-style sink.

Nutwood’s original features along with the warm and neutral colour palate, ensure this escape feels like home to all of its guests.

The Bedrooms

Upstairs you’ll find two beautiful bedrooms that are so cosy, they almost have a subtle alpine feel to them. There’s one double room and one twin room, and they benefit from wooden panelled walls, charming sloped ceilings, old wooden beams and chic brass light fittings. The panelling continues into the family bathroom, where you’ll find a bath tub with an overhead rainfall shower.

Outside

There’s a pretty landscaped garden with terracotta-potted plants and a gravel path to your escape’s front door. There is a small outdoor dining set up for two, which makes for the perfect sun trap for morning coffees, plus there are plenty of bosky country walks from the doorstep.

Dogs

Dogs are not allowed at Nutwood Cottage.

Welcome Hamper

A locally sourced welcome hamper will be waiting for you on arrival including a fresh loaf of bread, milk, eggs, butter and a bottle of sparkling wine.

Features

  • Locally Sourced Welcome Hamper
  • Bottle of Sparkling Wine
  • White Company Bathroom Products
  • Log Burner
  • Bathtub
  • Hair Dryer
  • Coffee Machine
  • Travel Cot & High Chair On Request
  • Washing Machine
  • Smart TV
  • Private Parking
  • Wi-Fi
  • 2 Night Minimum Stay
  • Locally Sourced Welcome Hamper
  • Bottle of Sparkling Wine
  • White Company Bathroom Products
  • Log Burner
  • Bathtub
  • Hair Dryer
  • Coffee Machine
  • Travel Cot & High Chair On Request
  • Washing Machine
  • Smart TV
  • Private Parking
  • Wi-Fi
  • 2 Night Minimum Stay

About Weston-on-the-Green, Oxfordshire

The quaint Oxforshire village of Weston-on-the-Green sits on the very edge of the Cotswolds, just a few miles from Bicester town (where you’ll find the popular Bicester Village retail outlets) and only 15 minutes from Oxford. The village has a local post office, two cafes and a pub.

How To Get There

This escape is approximately just over an hour away from West London, or an hour and a half from Bristol.

The nearest train stations are Bicester Village (6 miles/11 minutes), Bicester North (5 miles/11 minutes), and Oxford (10 miles/17 minutes). All 3 stations provide regular services from London. The journey time is typically 45-50 minutes.

Parking 

Private parking is available at Nutwood Cottage for up to three cars.

Check-in & Check-out 

Kindly note that check-in is from 4pm and check-out is by 10am

Local Shops, Pubs & Restaurants

  • The Ben Johnson is the local pub and serves great food and is stumbling distance away.
  •  The Milk Shed is a local favourite and serves breakfast, lunches, coffee and ice cream amongst other things, again just walking distance from the house. It’s always busy so get there early to bag a table!
  • The Old Flight House is a unique antique house with “refreshingly different” antiques with over 70 stalls, the café is a calmer affair than The Milk Shed and serves delicious food.
  • Further afield The Crazy Bear and Raymond Blanc’s Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons within a 15th century manor are well worth a visit.
  • For Soho House members, nearby Soho Farmhouse is always a familiar comfort and is 20 minutes away. 

Things To Do

  • Bicester Village, the home to hundreds of top, designer brands, is a short drive away and is a great day out.
  • Founded in 1683, The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology houses collections ranging from Egyptian mummies to contemporary art and brings tales from around the world to Oxford.
  • Celebrated throughout the world as one of the most extensive collection of texts and manuscripts, Bodleian Libraries, of The University of Oxford, is worth a visit for the whole family.
  • The award-winning Museum of Natural History was established in 1860 and still attracts both scientists and public alike.
  • Punting in Oxford at the Cherwell Boathouse.
  • The birthplace of Churchill, Blenheim Palace, Woodstock is also a great option to visit.

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