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Stayed at Eynsham Hall for one night. It was lovely. Grounds and facilities are amazing. Room was clean and spacious, but a little dated, although we had all we needed, hotel supplied tea, coffee, kettle etc in room. Everything was very clean, shower was nice, bed comfy. All staff were helpful and ...
Eynsham Hall£45Eynsham Hall£45
Perfectly fine but it might be an idea to offer an extra bed covering as not everyone feels content with a very lightweight duvet, even in the summer. Cheers.
Ok hotel for visiting Oxford but would recommend the park and ride. only problem was the noise that came through the connecting door but once I raise this we were soon moved.
The hotel is a little out of town, but is nearby a cinema and restaurants. The rooms are excellent and look to be newly refurbished. The breakfast is excellent.
Old style coaching inn in town centre. Low priced, I only spent £150 for food and lodgings over 3 nights. Only down side is I don't do hills and behind hotel is the car park with a hilly walk to get into the hotel.
Crown and Cushion Hotel£46Crown and Cushion Hotel£46
Other reviews have made complaints about this place. OK, so it's a bit shabby and the breakfast is subpar. But I stayed here for two nights for less than half than I would have paid for a place in the center, and this place is ~15 minutes walk to the center plus right next to a bus stop with buses ...
An excellent location for central Oxford. This boutique hotel is of an excellent standard and a vast improvement on many of the other hotels of a similar starred rating in Oxford (I've stayed in the city many times). The only thing I didn't like was not having any windows although I was aware that ...
Staff friendly and efficient, atmosphere welcoming (locals friendly and talkative), building full of character - lots of little snug spots with comfortable sofas and chairs, large patio with tables, chairs and sunshades. Plenty of room to park, with garden area beyond leading to woods and a stream. ...
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.
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