Radcot Bridge Cottage

Radcot Bridge Cottage is an attractive Grade II, late 18th century, three bedroom cottage uniquely situated on the banks of the river Thames at Radcot and is ideally suited for those walking the Thames Path, as a base for visiting nearby Kelmscott Manor, Buscot Park or Blenheim Palace, or simply as somewhere to relax and watch boats and swans drift by. The riverside public house Ye Olde Swan is a two minute walk.

This spacious 18th-century riverside cottage, with three bedrooms, large kitchen and living room, is the perfect retreat for friends and family looking to relax and unwind. Its ideal location provides easy access to the Thames Path, making Radcot Bridge Cottage an excellent base for exploring Oxfordshire and the nearby Cotswolds. Plus, with the River Thames at the foot of the garden, anglers, canoeists, and paddle boarders will find this cottage to be the perfect place to stay.

For enquiries about availability email Charles Willmer or call 01367 810206.

The gated entrance leads you to the shingle forecourt, where you'll find ample parking space and be greeted by the charming exterior. Inside, the stable door welcomes you into a spacious, well-equipped kitchen with a dining area from where you can enjoy beautiful views of the garden and grounds. After a day spent exploring Oxfordshire and the surrounding Cotswold villages, the sitting room provides the perfect place to relax. It features comfortable sofas and a wood-burning stove, creating a lovely setting for a cosy evening in. Additionally, the room has an extra seating area that's ideal for family games night.

Upstairs, all three bedrooms enjoy gorgeous views of the river and the surrounding countryside. The main bedroom features a walk-through dressing room and an en-suite shower room. It also boasts a large west-facing balcony that's perfect for watching the sunset during the warmer months. The second and third bedroom share a Jack and Jill shower room and offer lovely downstream views of the Thames.

Outside, the decked terrace area overlooks the garden and provides a beautiful view of the river, where you can watch swans, boats, canoeists and paddle boarders passing by. The garden has ample seating for al fresco dining

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