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Hotels in Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire is a county in the south-east of England.

Oxfordshire is most famous for being the home of the renowned Oxford University in the county town Oxford. Other towns in Oxfordshire are Bichester, Thame, Witney, Banbury and Abingdon.

The Oxfordshire Cotswolds, Kelmscott Manor in Kelmscott and Blenheim Palace are well worth visiting during your holiday in Oxfordshire.

The Travellers Guide has a selection of 3 star, 4 star and 5 star hotels, guest houses and bed & breakfast accommodation in Oxfordshire, listed below. Please view our hotel offers page for the latest special offers for a range of hotels in Oxfordshire.

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Mercure Oxford Eastgate Hotel
73 High Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, GB
Hotelyear built 1999additional property description originally a 17th century coaching inn, this 4 star hotel has 63 en suite rooms. the hotel is ideally situated for visiting the historic colleges as well as participating in the year round entertainment, including open air plays, river punting and the may day celebrations. the main shopping area is nearby. facilities are available for breakfast only.
Heythrop Park
Enstone, Oxfordshire, GB
Heythrop park hotel golf and country club is a unique combination of state of the art conference facilities within impressive historic surroundings. the property was built in the early 18th century is steeped in history. the main house of heythrop park has been restored to its former glory and oozes grandeur from a time gone by. there are lounges and anterooms featuring antique furnishings, historic paintings and large open fires.
Macdonald Randolph Hotel
Beaumont Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, GB
Oxfords Leading Hotel The Randolph Is Situated In The Heart Of The City Making It An Ideal Base For Shopping And Discovering The Historic City Of Oxford. Built In 1864 And Recently Refurbished The Hotel Offers Each Guest The Highest Level Of Comfort And Service In A Traditional And Welcoming Environment.
Mercure Banbury Whately Hall Hotel
17-19 Horse Fair, Banbury, Oxfordshire, GB
Built in 1632 Macdonald Whately Hall is a stone built former coaching house located at Banbury Cross. The hotel features many original 17th Century period details including oak panelled black beam corridors, hidden staircases, and priest holes. It is even said to have a resident ghost, Father Bernard. The 69 guestrooms are traditionally decorated in keeping with the period features of this hotel.
Royal Oxford Hotel
Park End Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, GB
Offering spacious air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, the Royal Oxford Hotel is less than 0.5 miles from Oxford's historic centre. Bamboo Restaurant is the on-site restaurant, and Oxford Rail Station is 200 metres away.
Oxford Spires Four Pillars Hotel
Abingdon Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, GB
Oxford spires four pillars is a 4 star deluxe hotel set in40 acres of outstanding parkland with access to the riverthames. oxford city centre is only half a mile away via ariverside walk or along the abingdon road. the hotel offers115 en suite rooms suites and executive two room suites.All rooms are bright and modern and are well equipped withsatellite tv phone internet access and voicemailfacilities tea and coffee and ironing facilities.
Springs Hotel And Golf Club
Wallingford Road, North Stoke, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, GB
The Springs Hotel is a country hotel located in Oxfordshire, England, within 100 metres of the Cotswolds, 200 metres from the river Thames and 15 miles from Oxford city centre. Wallingford train station is one mile from the hotel. Hotel Features.
The Oxfordshire Inn
Heathfield Village, Bletchingdon, Oxfordshire, GB
This hotel is close to Oxford, adjacent to the A34 and just 5 minutes' drive from junction 9 of the M40. Its attractive rural location is also convenient for Blenheim Palace and the Cotswolds.
Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel
Henley Road, Sandford-on-thames, Oxford, Oxfordshire, GB
Luxury hotel set in 30 acres of parkland 3 miles south ofoxford with river frontage. incorporates buildings datingback to medieval times. the hotel has two integralcourtyards and its own private landing stage with regularboat services to oxford weather permitting/seasonal.
Old Parsonage Hotel
1 Banbury Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, GB
This elegant and refined hotel is set in a haven oftranquillity in the centre of oxford. step into thereception and you are immediately immersed in the warm cosyambiance with antique furniture flag stone floors woodenbeams and in the winter a roaring log fire. the hotelbuilding was built in the 17th century and is steeped inoxfords history and traditions.
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