Newly renovated guest cottage in the beautiful village of Bladon, on the edge of the Blenheim Palace Estate and resting place of Sir Winston Churchill. Features a living / dining / kitchen area downstairs and a large king-sized bedroom with TV area and en-suite bathroom upstairs. Wifi throughout. Ideally located for exploring - just 20 minutes to Oxford centre and 1.25 miles to historic Woodstock with its many pubs and restaurants. Local pub serving good food is across the road.
Tolley House, built in 1905, is situated in the village of Bladon, resting place of Sir Winston Churchill and on the edge of the UNESCO World Heritage Blenheim Palace Estate.
You have at your disposal an entirely self-contained apartment built adjacent to our family home but accessible via its own separate entrance, so you can be as private as you wish.
On the ground floor is a newly-fitted kitchen, dining area and a comfortable sitting area with TV. Wireless internet access is available throughout. The kitchen includes a washing machine, fridge freezer and double hob.
Upstairs is the large bedroom overlooking the patio and back garden on one side, and the driveway and front garden on the other. There is a comfortable king-sized bed with new mattress and a TV area with two comfy bean bags. There is also newly fitted, en-suite shower room. Towels are supplied.
Besides your own private patio area with table and chairs in front of the cottage, you also have (shared) access to the entire garden which covers an area of over ½ an acre.
Washing machine, hair dryer. Extra single mattress available on request.
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- No shoes upstairs please.
Most of the time I will be around to welcome you and offer suggestions for things to do or places to eat. After that I will leave you as alone as you wish to be … but am only ever a knock on the door away!
I am a work-from-home mother of two who loves chatting with friends, good food and spending time with my kids. Having worked in the travel industry for many years I understand what people want when they go somewhere new. I believe that travel is so much more than 'seeing' a place - you have to eat it, walk it, breathe it, touch it, chat, ask, question and learn. My greatest wish is that my children can grow up to understand this, and realise how enriching not just travelling, but meeting people from other places can be.