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Welcome to Garden Cottage Bed and Breakfast

Address: Garden Cottage Holton Oxfordshire, Waterstock, OX33 1PR

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Located just 10 miles from central Oxford, the quiet Garden Cottage Bed and Breakfast offers free WiFi access and free on-site parking. Surrounded by 5 acres of grounds, the property offers a garden. Separate from the main house, the rooms include a TV with satellite channels, a seating area, and tea and coffee making facilities. The private bathrooms have a hairdryer and free toiletries. In the mornings, guests at the Garden Cottage Bed and Breakfast can enjoy full cooked breakfast. Central Oxford is home to numerous pubs, restaurants, and shops. Oxford University is a 20-minute drive from the Garden Cottage Bed and Breakfast.

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Waterstock Golf Club - Oxford - Golf

Waterstock Golf Club - Oxford - Golf

Distance 1.79 miles (2.86 km)
Set in some of Oxfordshire's most beautiful unspoilt and peaceful countryside, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, Waterstock Golf Club is situated to the east of Oxford with direct access from the M40 via Junction 8 or 8a, on the A418. This midway location between London and Birmingham offers easy access from Oxford, Bicester, Thame, Aylesbury and Wycombe. Waterstock Golf Club offers golf for everyone; men, women, seniors and juniors, from experienced players to those who have never picked up a golf club before. Whatever your age or ability, Waterstock Golf Club can help you become a better player, and it won't cost you a fortune either!

Studley Wood Golf Club - Oxford - Golf

Studley Wood Golf Club - Oxford - Golf

Distance 3.52 miles (5.64 km)
As our name suggests, woods play an important part in the topography of the course. Designed by Simon Gidman, the par 73 course is set in 170 undulating acres of what was once an extensive woodland. Two loops of nine holes play in opposite directions around a 30 acre wood, which lies at the centre of the course. Testing natural hazards come courtesy of 13 lakes, some impressive ground vegetation and a richness of fine, mature trees, most of which are specimen oaks. Great care has been taken to set out the 18 holes in such a way that each fairway and green has its own distinctive character and offers its own particular challenge.

Oxford Brookes University - University

Oxford Brookes University - University

Distance 4.25 miles (6.8 km)
Oxford Brookes University is a premier learning and teaching institution that is widely acknowledged as UKs leading modern university. With an outstanding research record, the University is the only modern UK university to have achieved the status of excellent teaching in 24 subjects. The University has two national centres of excellence in teaching and learning. Oxford Brookes is located in the beautiful city of Oxford. One of the worlds great student cities.

Oxford United Football Club - Football Club

Oxford United Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.37 miles (6.98 km)
Oxford United F.C. is an English football team currently playing in Football League Two. The club is owned by chairman Firoz Kassam and managed by Brian Talbot. Its home ground is the Kassam Stadium in Oxford with a capacity of 12,500. Oxford United was formed as amateur club Headington in 1893, adding the suffix United the following year, and competed in local leagues until being elected to the Southern League and becoming professional in 1949. In 1960, Headington United was renamed Oxford United in order to give it a higher profile.

The Oxfordshire Golf Club - Thame - Golf

The Oxfordshire Golf Club - Thame - Golf

Distance 5.01 miles (8.02 km)
The Oxfordshire Golf Club, set in beautiful rolling English countryside, is located approximately one hour north west of London on the outskirts of the historical university town of Oxford. The course has been designed by world renowned golf course architect Rees Jones and has gained an enviable reputation among amateur and professional golfers alike, hosting numerous international tournaments over the years. A relative rarity in Britain, the course has been designed in a modern American parkland style, and specifically as a potential venue for international golf tournaments. Since opening in 1993, The Oxfordshire has hosted the Anderson Consulting World Matchplay and the English Ladies Open.