Cabins near Oxford with a private bathroom

Nature reserves, national parks, and areas of outstanding natural beauty are all within easy reach of this historic university town.

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12 top cabins sites near Oxford with a private bathroom

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Wolford Wood Glamping & Camping

13 units · Glamping, Tents200 acres · Moreton In Marsh, England
Family camping in a Cotswolds wildflower meadow beside an ancient woodland and SSSI
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Cotswolds Glamping

3 units · Glamping12 acres · Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, South East England
Fun, laid-back, glamping that's ideal for groups, with silent discos and wood-fired hot tubs.
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£149
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The T Barn

17 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · Cirencester, Gloucestershire, South West England
Bell tents and shepherd’s huts with hot tubs on a picturesque Cotswolds farm near Cirencester
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Stowford Manor Farm Campsite

51 units · Glamping, Motorhomes25 acres · Trowbridge, England
We are a family run farm situated in the beautiful Frome valley. The farm has a range of interests from the traditional Jersey milking cows to a community of workshops used by local craftsmen. The cafe serves cream teas from Easter to the end of September and pizzas are sold in evenings during the summer months. Ours is a small family run camp site with the River Frome on one side, next to the medieval buildings of Stowford Farm. The river is suitable for fishing, boating, swimming and paddling. Historic Bradford-on-Avon is only a 5 minute drive and the City of Bath 15 minutes. For those who enjoy more rural pleasures, 200 metres from the campsite Farleigh Hungerford boasts the only river swimming club in the country, and you can become an instant member for a very small fee.
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Buzzard Holt Hosting

4 units · Glamping11 acres · Buckingham, England
Glamping with a mini outdoor spa on the edge of Stowe Park in Buckinghamshire
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The Cholderton Estate

3 units · Glamping2500 acres · Salisbury, England
Quirky accommodation on a 2,500-acre nature-filled estate, just 15 minutes from Stonehenge
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Chigborough Farm

48 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents130 acres · Essex, East Anglia
Boating, biking and bell tent glamping on a farm near the Blackwater Estuary, where good food and walkable pubs are also on the menu.
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Dernwood Farm Wild Camping

17 units · Glamping, Tents70 acres · East Sussex, South East England
Camping and glamping in Sussex meadows and woodlands
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Sleep Wild

2 units · Glamping200 acres · Banbury, Oxfordshire, South East England
Curvy cabins with hot tubs on an expansive farm in the Oxfordshire countryside
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£165
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Mad Hatters Campsite

20 units · Glamping, Tents12 acres · Ely, Cambridgeshire, East Anglia
Cosy year-round glamping and seasonal camping in a fenland meadow with views of Ely cathedral
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Farrs Meadow

31 units · Glamping, Tents7 acres · Dorset, South West England
A charming Dorset campsite overlooking the Stour Valley and a short walk from both the river and the market town of Wimborne Minster
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Oak Cottage Wyes Workshops

4 units · Glamping4 acres · Gloucestershire, South West England
Magical, secluded glamping in the Wye Valley, yards from the Offas Dyke trail
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Cabins near Oxford with a private bathroom guide

Overview

Many flock to Oxford to admire its famous university, but the city’s outdoor opportunities are not to be overlooked. Parks, rivers, and gardens—including the UK’s oldest botanical garden—are scattered across the city, while several national parks and areas of outstanding natural beauty can be easily reached in under two hours, providing plenty of options for hikers, bikers, and wildlife lovers. From riverside city retreats to secluded farmland pitches, adventurers are sure to find something to meet their camping needs.

Where to go

Around Oxford

Plenty of nature reserves, public parks, and countryside spaces, both inside and outside the Oxford Ring Road, provide all sorts of outdoor adventure around Oxford. Port Meadow, Raeleigh Park, and Chilswell Valley are great spots for a glimpse of nature, while Shotover Country Park lures mountain bikers with its sweeping valleys and off-road trails. Campgrounds abound in the area, including caravan parks, private farms, and Thameside tenting pitches.

The Cotswolds AONB

One of England’s most famous camping destinations, this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lies less than an hour west of Oxford by road. Villages, gardens, historic buildings, and working farms provide plenty for the whole family to enjoy, and a vast network of country lanes and bridleways are ideal for exploring on foot, by bike, or even on horseback. Glamping is increasingly popular in the area, though touring parks and pet-friendly campgrounds remain common too.

Chiltern Hills AONB

Drive less than an hour east of Oxford and you’ll find the Chilterns, another Area of Outstanding Beauty. Home to ancient forests, rolling fields, and winding waterways, these chalk hills offer a quintessentially English outdoor experience. Camping options range from high-end lodges to back-to-basics pitches, with many campgrounds also welcoming pets as part of the family.

The New Forest

One of England’s most famous national parks, the New Forest stands just over 100 km (around 70 miles) south of Oxford, close to Southampton on England’s south coast. A diverse landscape made up of heathland, forest, and coastline, the park is a favourite among wildlife lovers, watersports enthusiasts, ramblers, and riders. Wild camping is not permitted within the park itself, though there are several designated campsites throughout.

The South Downs

Home to the ancient South Downs Way, this national park sprawls from Surrey down to the Sussex Coast, and can be reached in around 90 minutes from Oxford. The chalk downs and winding valleys are ideal for hiking and biking, and the region’s many private farms provide plenty of camping options, from wild pitching to luxury glamping.

When to go

England’s national parks and AONBs are busiest during spring and summer, so book ahead to secure your spot. Autumn and winter bring fewer crowds and striking landscapes—but be prepared for the cold!

Know before you go

  • Public transport is widely accessible across England, though campers travelling longer distances may find it easier to bring or hire a vehicle.
  • Gear rental can sometimes be arranged directly through campsites, so it’s worth checking in advance.
  • Otherwise, Oxford is home to several camping shops, including GO Outdoors and Mountain Warehouse.

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