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Clean modern hotel value for money hotel on the Oxford ring road, by design there is little wardrobe hanging space, and practically no drawer storage, but it's ideal for a short stay.
Hampton by Hilton Oxford£52Hampton by Hilton Oxford£52
clean hotel within walking distance of my family.staff are very nice, room and bed is clean but would like a bigger bed. nothing was too much trouble from the staff.
Holiday Inn Express Oxford-Kassam Stadium£43Holiday Inn Express Oxford-Kassam Stadium£43
I can't praise them enough, the room was spacious, clean and easily accessible, perfect location for lovely walks with our dog, as well as pubs for food and drinks Would highly recommend, thank you to all the staff. Will definately be back!
Crown and Cushion Hotel£39Crown and Cushion Hotel£39
Extensive building work going on but the special price included free Wi-fi and self service continental breakfast so felt it was good value for money. Close to A34 convenient for Oxford. Was much quieter than I expected. Bed a little hard for me but otherwise a very comfortable and spacious room
Oxford Abingdon Hotel£38Oxford Abingdon Hotel£38
George Street Hotel provided a lovely stay for us. We were allowed to check in early which was a bonus. The room was small but well furnished and extremely comfortable, with a nice en suite in addition. The staff were friendly and helpful, my only criticism was there weren't enough tea bags in the ...
George Street Hotel£75George Street Hotel£75
The whole experience was very good. The breakfasts were filling and the good coffee and cookies/snacks left in the room were very good. The bed was very comfy and the shower room was good. The hotel is walking distance to the centre of Oxford, but a bus stop is nearby!
The Oxford Townhouse£96The Oxford Townhouse£96
If you're looking for an affordable hotel to stay at when in Oxford, this is it! It's very accessible, less than 20 minutes by bus from the rail station, or 5-10 minutes from the city centre, with one of the bus stops right in front of the hotel. The other bus stop is on some sort of high street ...
Cherwell Guest House£62Cherwell Guest House£62
Oxfordshire has one of the most breath-taking and varied series of landscapes in the United Kingdom, framed by the glorious Chiltern Hills and plunging down towards the Thames Valley. There are outdoor activities for all the family here, from boating and climbing to walking and cycling, and the kids will love Oxfordshire's many theme and wildlife parks. Visitors come to this exceptionally beautiful southeast English county throughout the year, and a three star hotel in Oxfordshire makes an ideal and affordable base for a family or any other getaway. Attractive three star hotels in Bicester, Oxford, Banbury, Kidlington or any other of the county's cities and towns allow you to easily explore all the attractions on offer.
Oxfordshire's attractive three star hotels provide their guests with every convenience. The idea is to provide you with a comfortable and well-serviced base so that you may explore Oxfordshire's many delights at your leisure. The county has good public transport provision, so whether you're bringing your car along or rely on the railways and coach companies you'll not be disappointed in your efforts to reach the attractions. From Blenheim Palace to Oxford's old colleges and museums, and from the shopping opportunities on Bicester high street to afternoon tea in Banbury, there's so much to see and do here. Facilities in Oxfordshire three star hotels such as stately Eynsham Hall in Witney and Vanbrugh House Hotel in Oxford often include a fitness centre, and as well as a bar-lounge in reception guests will have good Wi-Fi access and a range of standard services such as dry-cleaning, laundry and child-minding.
The high-flying business community was until recently the only group to have guaranteed access to fast broadband, but now this has extended down the ranks and today practically every three star hotel in Oxfordshire offers it. It has become a part of our lives (for better or worse!), and if you travel with kids you'll know how they value it for gaming and social networking. Rest assured that an Oxfordshire three star hotel such as Mercure Banbury Whately Hall will provide you with usually free internet access throughout, including in your guestroom, so you need never be disconnected from your friends, family and international news whilst on your travels.
One of the major reasons cited by visitors for their coming to Oxfordshire is the beauty of its landscapes and cultural richness of its great cities such as Oxford. With picturesque towns and villages like Banbury, Chipping Norton and Didcot also dotting the landscape, and numerous world class theme parks too, there's no end to the possibilities for adventure holidays in the great outdoors. Stay at an Oxfordshire three star hotel to explore the delights of Millets Farm Falconry in Abingdon, or head for Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens for a brilliant family day out. From historic architecture in Oxford to a wealth of museums and art galleries, Oxfordshire has something for all ages and inclinations.