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Make a holiday rental, home, or cottage in Oise, France your home away from home

Holidaymakers looking for a delightful scenic area in Northern France should take a vacation in the department of Oise. This is an idyllic location in the region of Picardy and is a great place for a relaxing holiday. Here visitors will find numerous different places to stay including self catering accommodation, B&Bs, gites and campsites.

Things to do on holiday to Oise, France

There are some lovely forests, lakes and valleys to explore with over 2,000 kilometres of walking trails. As well as hiking, holidaymakers will be able to cycle and horse ride in the area. Visitors to Oise will also find 10 golf courses in the department as well as excellent tennis courts open to the public. The waterways here are great for various watersports such as fishing and sailing. There are many bars, cafes and restaurants in Oise serving wonderful French cuisine at affordable prices as well as plenty of international fare. There are plenty of places to go shopping with markets, grocery stores and supermarkets for self catering holidaymakers to purchase food and drink from. Larger retailers are to be found in the larger towns and cities of Oise such as Beauvais and Clermont.

Places to visit on holiday to Oise, France

There are many fantastic places to visit in Oise including Beauvais Cathedral and the Chateau de Pierrefonds. Oise also has many beautiful parks and gardens as well as Park Asterix, which is France’s second most famous theme park. There are a number of museums in the region including the Oise Museum at Beauvais, the Picardy Museum in Amien and the Musee Conde in Chantilly. Horse racing fans may also like to spend a fun day at the races in Chantilly. Visitors can take a short trip to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower and the numerous other attractions in the capital city, which should only take just over an hour to reach by car.

Weather in Oise, France

The climate in this part of France is similar to Southern England with the warmest months normally July and August and the coldest December to February. Average high temperatures in Oise are about 22 degrees centigrade in July and August. In January the average high is five degrees centigrade, but temperatures can fall below zero in winter. Rainfall is moderate in the summer with June and July averaging about eight hours of sunshine per day.

Travel to Oise, France

Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in Paris is approximately an hour’s drive from Oise with flights to and from various domestic locations as well as international airports. Air France is the main carrier here with flights to major European cities such as Amsterdam (AMS), Athens (ATH), Beijing-Capital (PEK), Berlin-Tegel (TXL), Lisbon (LIS), London-Heathrow (LHW), Madrid (MAD), Moscow-Sheremetyevo (SVO), New York (JFK), Rome-Fiumicino (FCO), Tokyo-Narita (NRT) and Vienna (VIE), amongst others. Car rental firms are located at the airport including Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, National and Sixt.

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Very good

4 of 5
Enjoyed the house and pool. The location was a little distant for shops however very good house.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 10, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

Picture book perfect

5 of 5
The facilities at the Prieuré de Rochefort were fantastic. The accommodation is lovely and very spacious with that 'je ne sais quois' French style. I am not sure that the website pictures really do it justice. It easily accommodated our party of seven. We were lucky enough to have very good weather and were able to spend the warm evenings sitting out in the garden which is equally atmospheric. All the necessary luxuries were present - warm water, a dishwasher, wi-fi and a table tennis table! We only had 5 nights but were able to fit in loads including a trip to Memetz wood and the Thepval memorial (in memory of my husband's great grandfather who died there), Pierrefonds castle (including a pedalo ride for some) and the fantastic Chantilly chateau and gardens (of interest to fans of history, art and James Bond). One day we split up some to go to Amiens (for the cathedral and jewelry shopping) and others to the fascinating Wellington Quarry in Arras, followed by the Canadian Memorial and the French memorial at Notre Dame de Lorette. On the last day we visited the Armistice Museum which again contained so much of interest. It is just a few miles away from the Prieuré de Rochefort. In summary, there was so much to do that I am afraid we did not have enough time to fully enjoy the facilities at the accommodation. Anibal was very helpful in his instructions and humoured the fact that I remained disorientated regarding the day of the week. He also gave us a wine recommendation! The donkeys are very characterful and we were delighted to hear that one of them was Irish (as we live in Belfast). My husband even encountered a wild boar one evening as he drove up through the forest. Overall I would recommend staying here for 2 weeks.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 02, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017