A cosy, self catering, 2 bedroom holiday cottage full of character in Watlington, Oxfordshire. Perfectly located to explore The Chilterns AONB, The Ridgeway National Trail and the Thames Path.

Wisteria Holiday Cottage in the Chilterns AONB is a charming pet friendly 2 bedroom self catering cottage in Watlington with EV point (currently not working)

Wisteria Holiday Cottage is a delightful 180 year old traditional brick cottage in the historic town of Watlington, situated between Thame, Henley on Thames and Oxford. It provides cosy comfortable accommodation for up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 young children in two bedrooms, one double with a double bed and a single with a single bed, and a downstairs family bathroom. A travel cot and foldaway Z bed can be provided on request.

Wisteria Cottage is a sensitively restored attractive 1830’s Chilterns holiday cottage surrounded by countryside walks, including the Ridgeway National Trail, with a wood burning stove for cosy evenings. In warmer weather, why not light the BBQ and enjoy a drink on the patio of the pretty garden to the front of the cottage?

Wisteria Cottage Watlington Oxfordshire provides the perfect holiday cottage for singles, couples, 2 or 3 friends or a small family to enjoy self catering holiday accommodation and it makes the ideal get away retreat to relax in a romantic setting. Cosy and stylish, it is full of character features and is just a short stroll to the facilities of Watlington, England’s smallest town which still show evidence of its Medieval origins.

Ideal for romantic, executive or holiday self-catering short term rentals, Wisteria Cottage self catering holiday cottage offers a real ‘home away from home’ experience. With a wealth of attractions close by, this well equipped holiday cottage enables you to relax as soon as you step inside into a lovely living room with a logburning stove and an open door way into a country style kitchen equipped with all you may need.

Wisteria Holiday Cottage is pet friendly and the charming front garden is enclosed by hedges to two sides and fencing towards the road. We welcome up to 2 dogs, depending on size, but if you have 3 little ones, or an indoor cat, just give us a call to chat. The Ridgeway National Trail is accessed from the footpaths in fields just across the road and we provide maps, guides and leaflets to help you plan your route. Don’t forget to allow for lunch at one of the many country pubs around. 

The Chilterns is the location for the filming of 23 series of “Midsomer Murders” and Watlington has featured in several episodes. Follow the walking trail around the town searching for filming locations and stop off for a coffee at the deli. 

There are so many places to visit within a few miles of Wisteria Holiday Cottage Watlington Oxfordshire you will be spoilt for choice. Historic houses, like Blenheim Palace, Stonor Park, Greys Court, Nuffield Place and Waddesdon Manor or beautiful gardens like Waterperry make great days out. Or the River Thames and the Thames Path are only a few miles away at Benson, Wallingford, Henley and Marlow. Don’t forget the learned spires of Oxford and then there’s retail therapy at Bicester Village Designer Outlet too. If you don’t mind travelling a little further, London is only 40 miles away with Windsor less. 2023 is going to be a royal occasion and we are perfectly placed to enjoy all the Coronation festivities.




Charge up your EV at a small extra cost using our untethered rapid 32 amps 7.2 kw charging point located near our 2 off road private parking spaces. Remember to bring your 3m charging cable though! UPDATE March 2023 Unfortunately it is not working and the installer is working on our behalf to encourage EO to fix/replace it.


Please take a look at our older sister cottage Dyer’s Holiday Cottage in Calderdale West Yorkshire between Halifax and Sowerby Bridge on the edge of the beautiful Pennines. Built around 1650 as a sheep farmhouse, we think that originally the top floor housed the handlooms for the ladies to weave the pieces of woollen cloth. It was split into 5 cottages, probably in the mid 19th century, to provide homes for the Master dyers at the dyeworks (long gone) across the road. Occupied by my maternal family since 1777, if not before, it is a really special place. See more at www.dyerscottageyorkshire.co.uk

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