Black Swann Apartment is a super holiday property set in the heart of one of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds' most historic market towns. Internally, the property is presented in a wonderfully attractive style, as befitting its location, with many antiques and classic period features throughout giving the sense that one is staying in something that is very special. The large living space enjoys views towards the town hall, market square and the beautiful church. Externally, there are many shops, restaurants and cafe's to visit, as well as Blenheim Palace, all within moments of your front door. Slightly further afield is Oxford, which is approximately 15 minutes away. Please note that the apartment has its own private access plus a courtyard. The property is situated above Woodstock's most prestigious art gallery, which sells some stunning art. In our opinion this apartment is perfect for those looking for a location to enjoy the best of what this area has to offer.
Please note that guests to this property will enjoy discounts within the Black Swann Gallery.
ACCOMMODATION (first floor)
Your entrance via private and locked walk way up external stairs
Entrance to small lobby area, through to open plan living area.
Living Space with large dining table and chairs,
Kitchenette 'area' with fridge, hob, microwave oven suitable for all cooking. (There is a washer dryer available within the property)
Living Area with stunning beams and historic wooden features, plus a large bay window looking towards Woodstock. There are two sofas, TV plus DVD player.
Bedroom with double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers ,TV plus washbasin. There is a delightful aspect to the courtyard garden.
Cloakroom with WC and small washbasin
A compact Shower room, please note that this is small!
Any Day changeover. Wifi available. Heating included all year round. Off street parking. No smokers.
Woodstock is a picturesque and vibrant market town set just 15 minutes north of Oxford and yet surrounded by beautiful rolling Cotswold countryside. The town, which is actually quite small and local, is probably most famous for its association with Blenheim Palace, the World Heritage Site and famous home to the Dukes of Malborough since the early 1700's. More recently it was the birthplace of Winston Churchill, who is also buried in Bladon, the 'next' village to Woodstock.
Woodstock, today, is a thriving town with a wide variety of shops, galleries, pub and restaurants and more than enough to keep you busy and entertained! There is also the 15th Century St Andrews Church, (visible from the apartment). There are many picture-postcard Cotswold villages, all within a short drive and many with good pubs. More recognisable spots such as Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold, Broadway and Chipping Camden are within a short drive. Oxford, with its excellent tourist spots is a very easy drive.