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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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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.
Red Lion Hotel
Hart Street, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, GB
The Red Lion Hotel overlooks the River Thames in the town of Henley on Thames, England. Henley is 13 miles from Windsor Castle, one of the residences of the Queen. Hotel Features. This privately owned hotel is housed in a typically English red brick period building with wisteria clad walls. Parts of the hotel date back to the 15th century and the public areas have many original antiques.
Bay Tree Classic Hotel
Sheep Street, Burford, Oxfordshire, GB
The bay tree hotel has welcomed visitors since1565. originally built as elizabeth i schancellor s country house history is everywhere,heavy oak doors open onto worn flagstones,original beams and traditional inglenook roaringfireplaces. stone walls with woven tapestries,antique furniture and pictures take you throughthe ages of the beautiful hotel.
Old Bank
92-94 High Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, GB
Old bank hotel sets the standard for modern comfortableand stylish accommodation in oxford centrally located onthe high street it is an ideal base for exploring thisdelightful city with the added bonus of extensive free carparking for guests a rarity in oxford these days.
Oxford Witney Four Pillars Hotel
Ducklington Lane, Witney, Oxfordshire, GB
This smart contemporary aa4 star hotel just 10 miles westof oxford reflects the charming architectural style of thenearby cotswolds located in the market town of witney this hotel prides itself on its charming surroundings personal service and warm welcome with its range of modernfacilities witney is the perfect address in a trulyconvenient location the contemporary cotswold charm of our recently refurbishedbar area is just the place to unwi.
Hawkwell House Hotel
Church Way, Oxford, Oxfordshire, GB
Hawkell House Hotel is located on three countryside acres near the historic town of Oxford, United Kingdom. The hotel's own Norman Church stands adjacent to the hotel. Other nearby attractions include The Ashmolean, a 300 year old museum, Christ Church Cathedral and Oxford Modern Art museum, all within four kilometers of the hotel. London Heathrow Airport stands 81 kilometers from the property. Hotel Features.
Burford Lodge
Oxford Road, Burford, Oxfordshire, GB
Burford Lodge is located in the village of Burford, England, half a mile from Burford Golf Course and one mile from the Cotswold Wildlife Park. The nearest train station is in Charlbury, eight miles away. Hotel Features. Housed in a 19th century stone built country residence, Burford Lodge is set at the foot of the green Cotswold Hills. The interiors combine antique furnishings with modern amenities. The hotel grounds feature a picnic area.
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.
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.
Macdonald Bear Hotel
Park Street, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, GB
Built In The 13th Century As A Coaching Inn, The Bear Has Played Host To Royalty, Film Stars And Politicians. A Favourite Haunt For Romantic Couples Including Richard Burton And Elizabeth Taylor. Oak Beams, Log Fire In Winter Good Old Fashioned Hospitality, Fine Food And All Modern Comforts. Perfect To Explore Blenheim Palace, Oxford, Stratford, The Cotswolds And Exclusive Shops In Woodstock.
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