Popular Lettings in Oxford
Highlights in Oxford
- Bicester Village
- Blenheim Palace
- Historical museums
- River Thames
- Cotswold Wildlife Park
- Broughton Castle
Most popular in Oxford
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Oxford
Looking for a holiday experience in a town with a mix of old and modern vibes? Oxford has it all from honey-glazed ancient landscape to modern shopping centres and buildings. If you're seeking such an experience, then look no further as our holiday rentals are modern and luxurious as well as close by attractive places you can visit in Oxford. With a wide variety of fun activities you can engage in, Oxford is an ideal family and romantic couple holiday destination.What choices are available on rentals?
In Oxford, you'll find many holiday lettings that you'll be overwhelmed with choice. Treat your family to a perfect getaway where the available holiday rentals have gardens and even a balcony overlooking the English landscape. Want to make a romantic gesture? Rent a property with a bathtub, a balcony overseeing sunset, and also allows pets. Holiday lettings in Oxford provide a panoramic view, are modern and cosy, and come in various sizes that can accommodate up to 10 people.
Holidays in Oxford
The area and getting around
Lying in the northwest of London and 64 miles from Birmingham is Oxford, a city with plenty of wealthy tourist attractions, also known as Dreaming Spires. The unique thing about going to Oxford is that you get to learn as you explore its landscape, picturesque villages, breathtaking scenery as well as other places. The Covered Market is a market place open to the public since 1774, in which you can shop for anything. Stroll around this world-class market as you shop for jewellery, clothes, cutlery, fresh fruits, and more. Visit the market from Monday to Saturday, between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.What activities can you enjoy in Oxford?
High spenders, families on a budget, and all other types of traveller have something to enjoy in Oxford. You can't miss a cold beer in the evening in one of the pubs in the Jericho Tavern. While at it, you'll enjoy the good old day's music. Enjoy leisure activities such as cruising down a river in a hot afternoon. This comes with a drink, exquisite three-course meal, and picnic. Cotswold Water Park and the beach are 28 miles from the Oxford city centre, featuring over 150 lakes. Do not miss delicious meals and drinks in some of the leading restaurants in Oxford!
Travellers and activities
Fancy immersing your family in a culturally rich, attractive town? Oxford happens to house the most family-friendly spots such as Cotswold Water Park and other beautiful spots that dominate the county. With riverside picnics, restaurants with hard to miss gourmets, ice cream cafes and other parts that inspired the film of Harry Potter and Hogwarts Great Wall, your family will remain with memories worth reminiscing.Oxford for adrenaline junkies
This town privileges itself for hosting activities that leave adrenaline junkies satisfied to the core. SWB Motorsport is one of the activities you can engage in, whereby your experience will be limited by your talent and bravery while behind the wheel. High Fly Trapeze Oxford is another thrilling activity worth trying. Fancy something thrilling away from the hot sun? Modern Art Oxford is the spot with the exemplary exhibition from all over the world. Moreover, the museum is filled with fresh air and is something to look forward to, especially if you come from a busy city.
Oxford is one of the places that was not bombed during the Second World War because Hitler wanted to use it as the capital, after conquering England.
Top 5 travel tips in Oxford
Walks over the footsteps of Harry Potter on the weekend. The locations where the film was shot are mostly within colleges, and thus you'll kill two birds with one stone. That is, explore colleges and walk over the footsteps of your favourite witch actor.2. Visit Bibury town
40.4 km from the Oxford city centre is Bibury town, well described as a slow town. No one is in a hurry here, and it's understandable following the scenic spot anyone would love to immerse into. You can visit and catch a fish for dinner as well as enjoying meals from fine restaurants within Bibury.3. Walk along a canal
If you're a lover of walks, the path along Oxford Canal is worth a try. You don't need a guide as the paths are already marked. The path crosses most parts of Oxford but mainly at the banks of the rivers.4. Go shopping!
If you're a spendthrift and love designer products, Oxford is the ideal destination. Bicester Village in the centre of Oxford is a market place housing over 160 world-class brands. Surprisingly, you'll save 60% on all goods you buy at whichever time of your travel. Pass by the covered market and explore the Westgate Shopping Centre for prestigious world brands.5. Explore Oxford's streets
One of the striking features in Oxford is the honey-coloured architecture. It will leave you mesmerised by its beauty. Other places worth exploring include churches, college towers, cafes, and pubs. Carry along with your camera and take and save pictures worth reminiscing after your holiday.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Oxford
Based on our data, Oxford has an average price of £188.83 per night, which is a relatively high one under the cities in the United Kingdom.What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Oxford?
If you would like to make the most of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Oxford are March (£142.12 the average price per night for accommodation), February (£142.46), and April (£156.26).When are holiday rentals more expensive in Oxford?
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in Oxford, the most expesnive months are, in descending order, August, July and September with average prices per night of £268.64, £232.35, and £216.65, respectively.Do I need to plan a trip to Oxford well in advance?
It is better to plan ahead in Oxford as only 32% of the accommodations are free, according to our 2019 data.When are more holiday lettings available?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of available properties in Oxford were April, March, and January with average availabilities of 50.5%, 47.2% and 37%, respectively.When are fewer lettings available?
According to data from 2019, the months with the fewest housing options available in Oxford are, in order, July (with 16.5% of available rentals), August (19.8%), and May (23%).Are there many holiday lettings in Oxford?
In Oxford we work with 13 different partners to give you a choice of 630 properties, so you will not be short of options!