If you’re looking for a romantic bed and breakfast in Oxford, look no further than Sabine Barn B&B.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the bed and breakfast.
Sabine Barn B&B features baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast. If you are driving to Sabine Barn B&B, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the crab restaurants, including The Trout Inn, The Bear and Ragged Staff, and Jacobs Inn, all of which are a short distance from Sabine Barn B&B.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular architectural buildings such as Bodleian Library, Radcliffe Camera, and Carfax Tower.
The staff at Sabine Barn B&B looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
What a fantastic B&B! Such a hidden gem! We came to the property for a girly weekend (we booked out the whole property) - and oh my goodness, all of our jaws hit the floor when we walked in. This place is stunning!! Absolutely blown away by the beautiful property, and Donna's hospitality. Felt like royalty for a weekend. Nothing I can say will do this place justice. We are all looking forward to coming back to this property with our partners/husbands very soon. Thank you again Donna! x
The room was immaculately clean and suited our needs The hosts were very friendly and helpful and the breakfast was lovely A very relaxing place in easy reach of Oxford To be totally honest I could not recommend this place any higher and could not fault anything about it Thanks
Gorgeous barn and lovely hosts. Excellent stay for one night. Went to The Queens Head for pizza, puddings and prosecco night on a Monday which was a great find. Lovely big bath and beautiful, peaceful surroundings. Breakfast was excellent too.
We have just arrived back from an overnight visit to Sabine Barn & cannot rate this gorgeous place high enough. Everything was fab from the beautiful decor, comfy bed, spotlessly clean room, delicious breakfast & very helpful host Donna. We got the bus into Oxford which was very easy & have had an absolutely lovely couple of days from start to finish. Value for money was incredible & we will not hesitate to return. Thank you 😊
This was our first visit to Oxford and The Sabine Barn is a beautifully converted building on the outskirts. Arriving at the property, keep an eye out for a small sign that says' Sabine'. You head up the narrow entrance up the side of the barn and take a first left. There is parking for 3 vehicles. The key to the room was left for us and heading up the stairs to room 1 we were both delighted with our room. The bathroom is not ensuite as such but across from the room but no one else should be coming up those stairs. Bathroom nicely fitted and great shower. Depending upon how ' out there' you like to be, worth sticking something up at the window as no blind. Downstairs, there is a lovely little sitting area where you also have breakfast if you choose to have it. We sat outside a couple of nights and it was delightful. Lovely big garden. It would have been nice to have had more chairs, possibly even a comfy padded swing but I guess covid may have impacted on that. There was only one other couple when we were there and as the owners live off-site, you pretty much have the place to yourself which is great for a b and b. One thing about sleeping in effectively the attic. The heat. We stayed shortly after the hottest day this year and the room at night was stifling. Everyone is different and this may not be an issue for a lot of people. Bit like mattresses ( which was great by the way but maybe too soft for others) . There was a fan. This was on a 2hr timer. It didn't cool the room but we really needed having the air blowing over us. It did mean one of us had to get up every two hours though. You might want to think about bringing your own fan. Breakfast was optional. We went for it and absolutely worth doing. Scrumptious breakfast and a pretty reasonable choice. Whilst in the area we visited Blenheim....an absolute must. Gorgeous place to go to. And Oxford for a tour. The S1 bus is a 5 minutes walk up the road. It is dodgy walking along the road as no paths so take care. There is a rough track straight across the road from Sabine. Slightly higher grass to get onto it but it takes you up to where the path starts. The bus stop is on the left up by the roundabout. There is a good little shop in the village. Watch, it closes at 5 most days. Bus took about 30 mins into Oxford because of traffic but definitely best way to get in. There is a lovely pub about 5 minutes drive away called the Bear and Ragged staff. Really nice food. Recommend the steak and ale pie. You cannot walk there however. No safe route. There is a good pizza place close to hand as well. You have to collect but really tasty. There was a flyer in the Sabine. Finally, Donna the hostess was brill. Really helpful and lovely to chat to. This place is absolutely worth staying at.…
My partner and I stayed here over a long weekend. The room was clean, well presented, and the barn itself is beautiful. As for service, Donna was fantastic - extremely friendly, genuine and attentive. The breakfast was also delicious and was catered to my dietary requirements (vegetarian/nut allergy). Overall, a brilliant experience and we cannot wait to return! A huge thank you to Donna for making our weekend get away one to remember.
As we had to go to Oxford and didn't want to drive back home the same day we booked a night's stay at the Sabine Barn. What can I say except that it was a great experience. As the name suggest it is a barn conversion which has been done very tastefully , but leaving a lot of the original features. Our bedroom was of a very high standard and spotlessly clean and well maintained. Breakfast also of a very high standard and the staff were very helpful and pleasant. We will undoubtedly go back for another visit next time we have to go to Oxford it was that good.
Beautiful building. Stayed for a spontaneous weekend and was treated to the deluxe room - super king bed and suite. Very comfortable, clean, warm and welcoming. Donna and Clive were delightful; very relaxed, accommodating and friendly. We enjoyed the weekend very much and will definitely return. Breakfast was a selection of fresh berries, yoghurt and juices and a full English breakfast, with the offer of pastries afterward. Presentation and the quality of products and service was excellent. This place is a little gem if you want to hide away from the world for a while. Evening meal; the first night we collected pizza from Valley Farm Barns on Cumnor Road - (3 mins drive away) Made to order, delicious, quiet bespoke variations of the classic - far better quality and flavour than normal commercial pizza outlets -highly recommend it (especially the mozzarella garlic bread!) The second night we visited the Bear & Ragged Staff, Appleton Road (2 mins drive away) - Really good food, very pleasant staff and comfortable surroundings. All in all an excellent weekend - thank you…
All day at Blenheim for the Salon Privé car show on Friday ... Sabine Barn is super-conveniently located, just over 15 minutes drive into Woodstock on easy roads at 09:00am. We were absolutely delighted with our choice of where to stay and would certainly recommend. Our hosts, Donna and Clive (live off site) were very accommodating/welcoming and flexed our check-in time to suit our trip down with no problem at all. In fact, we decided at fairly short notice to extend our stay to two nights and make a weekend of it in Oxford. The location was perfect for that too and a frequent local bus service (c.10 minutes into the city centre) was a bonus (to avoid city centre traffic/parking challenges). Super King Room was fab (one whole end of the barn’s first floor) ... beautifully presented and equipped with everything that you could need. Bath/shower room was housed in the old grain silo across a little (completely) private landing. The whole conversion was very well done indeed and congratulations on getting proper water pressure in the shower in this type of property. Other reviews gave the English Breakfast ‘top marks’ and we certainly weren’t disappointed - cereals, fresh fruit, natural yoghurt and honey, all followed by a wonderfully cooked traditional plate of fresh local produce and fresh coffee ... set us up for the day! Couldn’t fault the whole experience and would definitely book again ... let’s hope Salon Privé is at Blenheim Palace again next year! Looking forward to it. 😊…
Stayed here overnight on our way back from a holiday in Wales to break the journey. The room was lovely full of beams with a separate ensuite. Very attentive hosts serving a delicious breakfast. Nothing was rushed, happy to make conversation & suggest places to see. Recommend.