Witney 5.3 miles.
Resting on the outskirts of Witney, within the picturesque Oxfordshire countryside, is Hillview Barn, a charming barn conversion that provides ideal holiday accommodation for a family of five wanting to explore the breath-taking Oxfordshire and Cotswolds countryside.
Enter the property into a spacious open-plan living room, which benefits from lots of natural light thanks to floor to ceiling windows and bi-fold doors that open onto the patio, where you can sit out with your morning coffee and soak up this peaceful setting.
Relax in the sitting room at the end of a busy day, unwinding on the inviting sofa with a glass of wine as the woodburning stove heats up the room and you choose a DVD to watch for a wonderful family film night.
Prepare family dinners in the fully-equipped and contemporary kitchen, which can be enjoyed around the dining table or at the breakfast bar, the choice is yours!
The shower room/utility is ideal for cleaning up after a day of walking or cycling through the countryside, with a washing machine and tumble dryer to take care of any muddy clothes.
Upstairs are three inviting bedrooms; a master king-size double, a twin and a single, all of which rest under the eaves and benefit from Velux windows and lovely countryside views, with shared access of the stylish family bathroom, boasting P-shaped bath and shower over.
Venture into Witney and wander its lively streets, lined with impressive stone buildings and a wealth of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafés.
Visit Cogges Manor Farm; this 17th century farmstead is the setting of the popular TV series Downton Abbey and offers tours and opportunities to feed the range of farm animals that inhabit the farm.
Enjoy afternoon strolls beside the River Windrush and head just outside of town to find the stunning stately home of Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and a designated World Heritage Site.
Explore the Cotswolds AONB on foot or bicycle, discovering rolling countryside and a host of pretty villages and market towns like Stow-on-the-Wold, Moreton-in-Marsh and Bourton-on-the-Water as you make your way along a plethora of walking and cycling trails and bridleways.
A short drive away is the university city of Oxford and its abundance of attractions, including Bodleian Library and Ashmolean and Pitt Rivers Museums.
Stroll through its pretty Botanic Gardens, before hopping on a boat trip along the River Thames, finishing off the afternoon with a refreshing glass of wine at a pretty riverside pub.
Train links also provide easy access to London, ideal for those wanting a change of scenery and a more fast-paced, bustling atmosphere.
Enjoy the best of the countryside, while also being within easy reach of busy towns and cities, from this picturesque Oxfordshire abode.