Dinckley Lodge lies in one of the most picturesque areas of South Oxfordshire and is available to book now through cottages4you.
The property is located in eight acres of grounds on the bank of the River Thames, within the small hamlet of Burcot-on-Thames. The lodge benefits from its own fenced garden with outstanding views across the river towards Wittenham Clumps.
Double doors also open from the living room onto a decked terrace, with further outside tables and seating, giving guests a perfect place to relax and enjoy the scenery. In the summer months the location offers an ideal place for guests to picnic or have a barbeque.
Every room in the property has a panoramic view of the Thames and is contemporarily furnished to a high standard.
The property is only seven miles away from Oxford city centre and an hour away from London. Local attractions include a Salter Steam Boat, which can be caught from Oxford back to Days Lock, and the Nuneham Courtney’s arboretum. There is also a wide array of restaurants within an accessible distance.
Visitors also have the option to book Dinckley Court at the same time, which can accommodate up to 16 people and is located within the same grounds, and gives access to the riverfront.
Features: The main area of the lodge compromises of a large open plan kitchen, living and dining room. All three double bedrooms have en-suite facilities and individual doors leading on to the terrace.
Sleeps: 6 / Pets: 0 / Bedrooms: 3 / Grade: 5 star
For more information about this cottage, visit cottages4you’s website – where you will find a whole host of similarly beautiful properties in the UK, Ireland, France and Italy. Blue & Green Tomorrow receives a small agent’s commission from every holiday booked which helps fund our intern and researcher programme.
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