This heart-warming hideaway rests on the ground floor of a splendid stable conversion, on a farm in the village of Holton near to the town of Wheatley, just outside of Oxford.
With the magnificent city of Oxford and some awe-inspiring countryside within close proximity, this is a fabulous romantic retreat for you and your loved one to get away for a while.
The living area is welcoming and open-plan, comprising a snug two-seater sofa to curl up on at the end of the day whilst watching the TV.
There is also a lovely dining table and a modern, well-equipped kitchen lined with crisp white units.
Next you will discover an immaculate shower room, featuring a stylish light-up mirror and a chrome towel rail.
After each fun-packed day, return to the beautifully decorated double bedroom, boasting attractive spotlights and homely touches to make you feel welcome throughout your stay.
A patio area lies to the outside of The Old Stables, where you can enjoy your morning coffee or perhaps your evening glass of wine whilst taking in the lush rural vistas.
Wheatley is a lovely town with a small selection of amenities to make the most of.
Nearby is the dramatic city of Oxford, a haven for shoppers and foodies along with idyllic architecture to embrace whilst walking around.
Alternatively, the outdoor lovers among you can head to the Chiltern Hills AONB or the Cotswolds for seemingly infinite idyllic walking and cycling country.
A fine choice for your long-awaited getaway with your other half.
About the location
Oxford 6 miles; Aylesbury 16 miles
This Oxfordshire town sits in between the Chiltern Hills AONB and The Cotswolds. In terms of amenities, it is centred by a well-stocked High Street with shops, pubs and eateries to make the most of. It also has an 18th century church and a windmill dating from the same century. Close by is the magnificent city of Oxford, dominated by majestic architecture and with a multitude of high-quality shops, bars and restaurants - a fantastic day trip. The busy town of Aylsebury is also close by, offering the Waterside Theatre, the 15th century King's Head coaching inn and the Buckinghamshire County Museum. Both the Chiltern Hills and the Cotswolds benefit from scenic walking and cycling routes.