Marlborough House is just 1.5 miles north of Oxford ‘s historic city centre, and is within easy reach of the M40 and the A34 ring road. Custom built in 1990 to a traditional design, the house sits comfortably alongside its Victorian neighbours in a predominantly residential area. All17 bedrooms have en suite facilities, kitchenettes and mini-bars so guests aren’t tied to any routine. Wi-fi covers the lounge and many of the rooms.
This 16th-century inn lies in the peaceful village of Bardwell. The bedrooms are in a converted stable block next to the main building, and are furnished in a country style and thoughtfully equipped. Public rooms have original character and provide a choice of areas in which to relax.
Located just a short walk south from Victoria station, this establishment is a good base for visiting the capital ‘s attractions. All bedrooms and public areas are smartly appointed and offer very good levels of comfort. An extensive continental breakfast is served.
Set on the edge of Highcliffe, The Rothesay is a great base for exploring the Dorset and Hampshire coast. Highcliffe Castle is just a five-minute walk away, and there are cliff top walks and views to the Isle of Wight. The indoor pool is a real benefit, as are the pretty gardens and large car park
Guests are assured of a warm welcome and attentive service at this smart, beautifully maintained Victorian house, within walking distance of Summertown’s fashionable restaurants. Elegant, contemporary bedrooms are filled with a wealth of thoughtful extras, and some open onto a pretty patio garden. Memorable breakfasts, served in the delightful dining room, include home-made preserves, fruit breads, granola and excellent coffee.
This beautiful Victorian townhouse offers well-appointed accommodation with all the modern facilities to provide a base for leisure and business guests alike. Breakfast is served in the front room whilst the rear garden can be enjoyed in the warmer months. Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Situated in a leafy avenue close to the northern ring road and Summertown, this well-maintained house offers comfortable, well-equipped bedrooms and a relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy a traditional, hearty breakfast with vegetarian choice, including home-made muesli and fresh fruit, served in the bright attractive dining room.
Location in Summertown, just two miles from Oxford city centre. The well-equipped bedrooms, and bathrooms, are modern and stylish and come with flat screen TVs, complimentary Wi-fi and well stocked beverage trays; all offer high quality and comfort. Parking is available and there is a delightful garden for guests to enjoy. Cooked and continental buffet breakfasts are served in the light and airy dining room.
Situated in the popular Summertown area of the city, the Galaxie has a welcoming atmosphere and very good quality accommodation. The well-equipped bedrooms are all very comfortable and have a good range of extra facilities. The attractive conservatory-dining room looks over the Oriental garden.
Located right in the heart of Oxford City Centre on George Street directly above Jamie’s Italian Restaurant, The Bocardo offers bedrooms that are all tastefully decorated, following a complete refurbishment, with stylish decor and comfortably appointed soft furnishings. All rooms are equipped with flat screen TVs, free Wi-fi and high quality bathrooms including power showers. This is a Room Only establishment with breakfast not available, but there are endless bars, restaurants and cafes right on the doorstep for guests to enjoy.
Tower House is a charming 17th-century house set on a quiet street in the heart of Oxford city centre. Bedrooms are all individually decorated in keeping with the age of the property. A light continental breakfast is served in the quaint breakfast room on the ground floor.
Red Mullions takes its name from the brick columns between the windows of the building. Modern bedrooms provide comfortable accommodation set within easy reach of motorway networks and Oxford city centre. Hearty breakfasts provide a good start to any day.
A short walk from the colleges, city centre and Oxford Brookes campus, this detached Edwardian house stands in a residential area and has its own parking. The en suite bedrooms are bright and comfortable, and come complete with useful facilities including TV and CD/DVD players. There is Wi-fi, a computer station (with Skype) and a relaxing lounge with lots of tourist information. A choice of breakfasts is available.
Located close to the shops and amenities in Cowley, this Victorian brick house offers smart modern bedrooms on three floors with many useful extras. Breakfast is served in the bright and relaxing dining room, and limited parking is available.
Within easy walking distance of the suburb of Headington, this double-fronted Victorian house provides comfortable homely bedrooms equipped with practical and thoughtful extras. The elegant dining room features an original fireplace, and secure parking is available behind the property.
Located in a residential area close to the hospitals, this impressive Edwardian house has been renovated to provide attractive, pine-furnished bedrooms. Breakfast is served in a smart, front-facing dining room. Private car park.
A family-run guest house, where guests can relax and unwind. Three rooms are en suite whilst the single room has a private bathroom. All have TVs and courtesy trays as well as thoughtful extras including Wi-fi. Breakfast is served at the communal table in the attractive breakfast room overlooking the garden.
This attractive detached house stands in immaculate gardens close to Cowley and provides homely bedrooms equipped with quality pine furniture. The attractive front dining room is the setting for -comprehensive breakfasts and there is also a spacious lounge.
his early 18th-century character, stone townhouse offers ive individually styled, cosy en suite bedrooms. Situated 1 the heart of the town just a short walk from Blenheim ‘a lace, it is an ideal base for exploring many famous :otswold locations. Breakfasts are cooked to order and erved in the small conservatory room overlooking the railed garden.