Canalside Cottage

Central Oxford rental cottage - ideal for holiday rental and short term lets

Reference | SSCRR01

Distance to Oxford City Centre | 0.9 miles

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All the Riverside Rental holiday cottages are in or very near to Jericho – a rare gem in the centre of Oxford; it is a warm friendly community with a great school, playground, church, community centre, restaurants and pubs. Ideal Oxford rental cottages for small groups and families.

Canalside Cottage

The property is in a canalside cul-de-sac located right in the heart of Oxford within easy walking distance of vibrant restaurants and clubs.  It is a great place to stay for a get-together, or for Christmas or a wedding, just use your imagination and find an excuse to spend a few days in Oxford.

This Victorian cottage sleeps 7 in 2 doubles and a twin, with an extra small single room with a Futon Company chairbed + a travel cot for smaller people.  It is fully equipped with linen and so on, and has a washer and a separate dryer.  There is no dishwasher, so you can eat all meals out or have a fun time washing up!  There is a washing line in the garden to save on electricity bills if you are so minded though there is a tumble dryer.


From £240 a night weekdays

  • Sleeps 7
  • Oxford rental cottage – perfect for small groups; families visiting children at university, academics attending conferences, families on sabbatical, or just a weekend in Oxford with friends.
  • Located right in the heart of Oxford
  • Close to great local amenities, restaurants, bars and theatre


  • 07979 597899
  • Contact address:
    46 Nelson Street,
    OX2 6BE
  • Pandora


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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