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Price and Availability Index for Oxfordshire
Holiday Letting Price Information in Oxfordshire
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Oxfordshire. The most expensive dates to travel to Oxfordshire are in July (20/07 - 27/07). Holiday letting prices go down to £108 per night in March (14/03 - 21/03).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Oxfordshire
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. The week with the lowest percentage of available properties is in April (20/04 - 27/04). Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Oxfordshire in September (28/09 - 05/10).
The Weather in Oxfordshire
This is the climate diagram for Oxfordshire. July is the warmest month in Oxfordshire, with average daily maximum temperatures of 22°. No heat wave is expected in January, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Experience the Best of England with an Oxfordshire Holiday Letting
Visit the historical county of Oxfordshire and discover a great holiday destination in the east of England, home to the major centre of education that is Oxford. Immerse yourself in the county’s history, art, culture and cuisine as you explore its vibrant cities and idyllic countryside.
With an Oxfordshire holiday home not only do you get true flexibility, but you can also savour that home away from home feeling, so that your trip is as relaxing as it should be.
Journey into Oxfordshire
There are a range of ways to travel into the county, meaning you can get to your Oxfordshire holiday letting quickly and conveniently. The county of Oxfordshire is served by the compact London Oxford Airport. However, more flights arrive to airports nearby to Oxfordshire, such as London Luton Airport, Birmingham Airport and Heathrow Airport. From any of these you can easily take a train or bus to a number of locations throughout the county.
For more comfort and convenience, opt for a taxi or even a letting car. If you choose to rent a car, or are driving with your own vehicle, note that the M40, the largest motorway in Oxfordshire, will take you to a range of locations across the county. Other motorways, such as the A40 and the A34, will lead you into and around the city of Oxford and the rest of the county.
With a good motorway network and efficient transport links in the county, getting to your Oxfordshire holiday letting should be a breeze.
Oxfordshire and its Cuisine
From cosy village pubs, serving up traditional English dishes, to Michelin-starred restaurants that put a contemporary twist on classic fare, Oxfordshire is home to some excellent dining. After a long walk around Ramsden in Chipping Norton, head to The Royal Oak, where you can enjoy a local ale and hearty meal within a listed 17th century coaching inn. For a romantic meal to remember, the Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons cannot be beaten. Enjoy 5 or 7 course menus, for either lunch or dinner, amidst an atmosphere of refinement.
Alongside traditional English cuisine, a wide range of international food can be found in restaurants across Oxfordshire, meaning all tastes are catered to.
Book an Oxfordshire holiday letting to discover a welcoming county, rich in culture, history and beauty.
Oxfordshire and its Sights
The county of Oxfordshire is home to a number of world-renowned sights and landmarks. Oxfordshire was first designated as a county in the early 10th century, and since then, a great deal of momentous events have unfolded here.
Learn about the region's pre-historic past with a visit to the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, a grand structure displaying a range of natural specimens. You will also find the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford, which displays a staggering number of archaeological and anthropological artefacts.
The county is also revered for its castles and with good reason. The enormous Blenheim Palace and the moated Broughton Castle are to be found here and are well worth a visit. To witness another marvel of architecture, head to the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, part of Oxford University. Whilst here, why not pop into the University of Oxford Botanic Garden, one of the oldest and most stunning botanical gardens in Britain?
The city of Oxford is synonymous the world round with its university, and a visit here should not be passed up. A true temple of learning, it is home to the beautiful Bodleian Library which is well worth seeing. Its roots extend back to the 14th century, whilst the current incarnation was established in 1602 and houses over twelve million items. Explore this enchanting location before heading back to your Oxfordshire holiday letting to enjoy a spot of reading in your home away from home.
Oxfordshire’s Art and Culture
When you book an Oxfordshire holiday letting , you are assured easy access to the region’s excellent art and culture. Delve into the numerous art galleries, such as Modern Art Oxford, which hosts cutting-edge exhibitions of international contemporary art, and includes a lovely café. Not to be missed is the Ashmolean Museum, the world’s first university museum which houses a range of outstanding artworks by a variety of older as well as contemporary artists.
If you fancy a night out at the theatre, attend a show at the historic Sheldonian Theatre, with its lavish concert hall, dating back to the 17th century. The more modern New Theatre Oxford, the largest theatre in the region, is also recommended, hosting musicals, stand-up comedy and more.
With an Oxfordshire holiday home, you'll have a comfortable place to come back to after a day immersed in the best of the region's art and culture.
Sightseeing in Oxfordshire
Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
Featuring items from 500,000 years of history, some highlights of the Ashmolean's collection are Egyptian mummies and art from the Middle and Far East.
Blenheim Palace is one of England's finest stately homes and the birthplace of Winston Churchill. Both house and gardens are open to the public. With 800 hectares to explore, it never feels crowded.
University of Oxford
Oxford is the oldest University in the UK, dating back to the 11th century. Many colleges are open to the public. Worth a visit is Christ Church with meadows bordering the river.
Hook Norton Brewery
The award-winning Hook Norton Brewery on the edge of the Cotswolds brews beer the old-fashioned way. Get behind the scenes on a factory tour to see how beer is made.
Crocodiles of the World
The UK's only crocodile zoo allows visitors to learn about these remarkable creatures and see many species from around the world.
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