Sutton Courtenay is a pretty village in South Oxfordshire, between the towns of Abingdon and Didcot and only 15kms from Oxford. It is a typical English village with stone and whitewashed cottages with pretty gardens, some elegant larger houses, and a picturesque village green with a church and the main village pub, The Swan, which serves excellent food and is popular with visitors. It has a long history with records dating back to 668AD, and has some fine Norman and medieval architecture, including the village church, All Saints Church, where the famous author George Orwell is buried.The village is also well known for its beautiful medieval Abbey, which hosts many interesting events from music concerts to spiritual retreats. Our attractive self-catering studio apartment in Sutton Courtenay, Southfield Drive, is listed under the location 'South Oxford'.
An attractive, good-value studio apartment in Sutton Courtenay village, close to Culham, Milton Park and all the business and science parks of South Oxfordshire. Easy commute to Oxford or Abingdon. View full details