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Macdonald Bear Hotel - Woodstock Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Macdonald Bear Hotel

Park Street, Woodstock - Map
 
 
"Central Cotswolds"
The staff couldn't have been friendlier. The hotel was lovely with a very good location. Our room was comfortable with lots of little extras, e.g. Nespresso machine, bottled water, etc. the only problem we had was that the room overlooked the courtyard and was above the kitchen, so all night we could hear a hum from a generator and staff talking. Didn't spoil the stay but when mentioned at checkout I just got a lovely smile and 'thank you for staying with us!!' Comment clearly not listened to!!
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Old Bank Hotel - Oxford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Old Bank Hotel

92-94 High Street, Oxford - Map
 
 
"First class hotel, with unadvertised attractions"
The Old Bank is a superb and truly first class hotel. It has a wonderful location right in the middle of High Street, an easy walk from all the main points of interest in Oxford. You can walk anywhere – and in Oxford, that is essential, given the near impossibility of using cars. Very comfortable, excellent service, and worth every penny. Very helpful staff. Tip - the excellent full English breakfast is more expensive than other items, but includes a very wide range of extra choices. Superb value. One thing you might not realize before you walk through the door is that the hotel has a cosmic collection of twentieth century and contemporary British art scattered all around, certainly of top class museum quality. The same is also true of the Old Parsonage, which is owned by the same people. If you took all the art in the two hotels and combined them under one specialized exhibition space you would have a major national attraction – and there they are, gazing down at you while you are eating breakfast! My one complaint is that they don’t have a printed guide of some kind to these paintings. A lovely experience.
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Old Parsonage Hotel - Oxford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Old Parsonage Hotel

1 Banbury Road, Oxford - Map
 
 
"Superb old-world hotel"
I recently stayed at the Old Bank and Old Parsonage, both in Oxford, and both owned by the same people, and I am borrowing some sentences here from my Old Bank review. The Parsonage is an almost incredible place - lovely seventeenth century architecture, but fully redesigned in 2014 for comfort and convenience. Super helpful staff. One great touch is a fine library for sitting around and relaxing. Tip - the excellent English breakfast is more expensive than other items, but includes a very wide range of extra choices. Great value. Do eat on the patio. One thing you might not realize before you walk through the door is that the hotel has a cosmic collection of twentieth century and contemporary British art scattered all around, certainly of top class museum quality. The same is also true of the Old Bank, which is owned by the same people. If you took all the art in the two hotels and combined them under one specialized exhibition space you would have a major national attraction – and there they are, gazing down at you while you are eating breakfast! My one complaint is that they don’t have a printed guide of some kind to these paintings. I loved it.
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Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel - Oxford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel

Henley Road, Oxford - Map
 
 
Nice hotel , beautiful walk along the river into Oxford ....
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Oxford Spires Four Pillars Hotel - Oxford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Oxford Spires Four Pillars Hotel

Abingdon Road, Oxford - Map
 
 
"Shame about the heat"
Lovely hotel, great sized room, good food, attentive staff, but the building doesn't deal well with - albeit infrequent - hot UK weather. Our room (222) was on the second floor and was very hot and stuffy on a day when the outside temps reached about 27C (81F). A fan was supplied, but really we could have done with Aircon. It's not unusual for UK hotels not to be air-conditioned, so please read this review with that in mind.
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The Oxford Belfry - QHotels - Thame Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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The Oxford Belfry - QHotels

Milton Common, Thame - Map
 
 
"Peaceful location - great for a F1 weekend"
Unfortunately there was a mix up with our booking for 3 rooms during the F1 at silverstone weekend between Expedia and I think the hotels central reservations . However Lorna at reception was marvellous and had it all in hand and accommodated us all - she handled the situation calmly and professionally. As the men in our group went to watch the racing we stayed in the hotel and made use of the swimming pool which unfortunately was so full we could not get loungers to lie on. Also due to the spa being a therapist short we could not have our full body massages so just had a quick shoulder and back massage, not something they could have anticipated. As we had an upgraded room with comfortable sofa area we made the most if it and enjoyed watching the tennis final.
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The Oxfordshire Golf Hotel and Spa - Thame Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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The Oxfordshire Golf Hotel and Spa

Rycote Lane, Milton Common, Thame - Map
 
 
"Clean, friendly staff and competitive rate"
Booked as a get away for one night after shopping at the near by Bicester Village Outlets. Beautiful setting surrounded by a golf course. Kindly extended check out by an hour and we were given access to the spa for the rest of the day free. Would happily stay there again
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The Manor Country House Hotel - Bicester Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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The Manor Country House Hotel

Weston-on-the-Green, Bicester - Map
 
 
"Nice manor house hotel."
Peaceful English garden setting. Rooms were up to date and comfortable. Hotel is about 20 minutes from Oxford by car and away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
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Malmaison Oxford - Oxford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Malmaison Oxford

3 Oxford Castle, Oxford - Map
 
 
"Central location and a historic building."
I was warmly welcomed by friendly staff and my cell room on the 4 th floor was ready even though I was early. Although the hotel is an old prison the decor and feel is very modern. Great place to stay!
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The Lambert Hotel - Watlington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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The Lambert Hotel

London Road, Watlington - Map
 
 
"Great staff - great location- great facility"
This location is about 35 miles outside London & was a great place to begin our U.K. drive. For us it was a base for visiting Stratford on Avon and Blenheim palace. The huge, clean deluxe room was one of the nicest on our trip with super comfortable bed, great shower and a deep bathtub. This was a great, quiet, place to recuperate after 24 hours of travel on a Monday/Tuesday. The staff was very friendly, professional and helpful and the food at their dining room was very good and fairly priced. Our stay here exceeded our expectations.
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    Pocket Guide: 4 stars Hotels in Oxfordshire

    Oxford is famous the world over for its rich heritage and cultural attractions, from ancient seats of learning to some of the best high street tearooms on the planet! Whether you're visiting to see Oxfordshire's art galleries and museums, or prefer the great outdoors and theme parks, you'll not be disappointed, and a four star hotel in Oxfordshire makes the perfect base for you to explore the sights and attractions of this wonderful and quintessentially English county.

    Out and About from 4 Star Hotels in Oxfordshire

    You can of course visit Oxfordshire throughout the year, but spring and summer tend to be the most popular months for walking, climbing and cycling. There is a particularly good choice of theme parks and these are open in all seasons; the kids will love the Waterfowl Sanctuary and Children's Farm in Banbury, for example, and the Crocodiles of the World zoo in Brize Norton, the only crocodile zoo in the United Kingdom! If the weather turns a little chilly or wet then you can always head into Oxford itself and do some shopping, or drop into the Museum of History and Science or the Oxford Bus and Morris Motors Museum in nearby Witney. There are so many things to explore and enjoy from your four star hotel in Oxfordshire that you'll find yourself spoilt for choice!

    Oxfordshire four star hotels such as Macdonald Bear Hotel in Woodstock and Old Bank Hotel in Oxford have excellent services and facilities, including conference rooms and broadband Wi-Fi, especially useful for business guests but also increasingly demanded by regular visitors. Many of Oxfordshire's four star hotels are also within close proximity of attractions such as Blenheim Palace and the old Oxford colleges, so you're bound to find something to suit your taste and purposes.

    A Rich Heritage from Oxfordshire 4 Star Hotels

    The landscape of Oxfordshire is liberally strewn with historic and cultural gems, from stately homes such as Blenheim Palace to national treasures like Oxford itself. Even in the smaller centres such as Bicester, Chinnor and Carterton you'll find great accommodation options, from small B&B establishments to four star hotels such as Malmaison in Oxford and The Lambert Arms in Watlington. All of these hotels offer their guests comprehensive services and facilities, including a fitness centre and indoor pools in many cases, and easy access to the local attractions. The road network in Oxfordshire is excellent, and whether you're relying on public transport or come under your own steam you'll have no difficulty in getting around.

    Oxfordshire 4 Star Hotels and Seats of Learning

    Oxford has one of the oldest universities in the world, and staying at one of the city's four star hotels will allow you to explore the older colleges. These include the likes of All Souls, founded in 1438, and Merton College which is even older, dating to 1264. You'll also have the incomparable Bodleain Library close by, as well as the Museum of Oxford and attractions such as Carfax Tower. Oxford and other towns and cities across the county will never leave you short of things to see and do!

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