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The Burford House is an ideal location to tour the Cotswolds. The hotel staff is friendly and helpful (Elliot took great care of us)! Delicious made to order breakfast was included and their dinner food was also very good. The building has old world charm and the town is great for taking walks and ...
This hotel is a page from a storybook. Located in a beautiful quaint small town with a breathtaking landscape and outdoors. The street the hotel is on is lined with beautiful English cottages which begs one to take walk or ride a bike. The restaurant is located in a different building across a narrow ...
Brook Barn was just magic. A beautiful home away from home, with individual rooms all with a different name, indicating the theme of the room. Ours was designed with a "barn" theme, with indoor timber beams. Very comfy bed and tasteful decor. We had access to a most lovely large sitting room, with ...
With its extensive cultural riches in cities like Oxford, and its picturesque villages and towns, Oxfordshire is a perennially popular holiday destination for all types and age of visitor. From Oxford's ancient colleges to theme parks like Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens in Burford and the crocodile zoo in Brize Norton, there's something for everyone. When you're based at a five star hotel in Oxfordshire that just adds the icing to the cake of a brilliant getaway in one of England's most exciting counties.
Oxfordshire's grand five star hotels come a range of shapes and sizes, from historic hotels in the heart of cities like Oxford to boutique and design establishments out in the countryside, with their spa and other specialist facilities. Five star hotels in Oxfordshire such as Buscot Manor in Faringdon and Crazy Bear in Oxford offer a fine selection of top-rate services and facilities and give you the opportunity to live and dine in style whilst at the same time being within close proximity in many cases of popular attractions such as the Oxford colleges and places like Blenheim Palace. A choice of on-site gourmet restaurants and a smaller number of themed guestrooms than you'd find in the bigger chain hotels are a standard feature of these establishments, allowing you the space to relax in style and comfort. Services tend to be more personalised too, adding a touch of class to your break.
The smaller towns and villages of Oxfordshire have high streets that are full of period charm and character, dotted with quaint little antique shops and picturesque half-timbered houses, and lined with cosy tearooms. Based in a five star hotel anywhere in Oxfordshire you'll have easy access to numerous shopping opportunities. This will include the boutique outlets of a major city like Oxford, with its designer outlets and exclusive shopping venues, but also a great range of independent shops which are more characteristic of smaller towns such as Chipping Norton and Bicester. You can pick up some great bargains in the numerous arts and crafts markets which are held weekly right across the county, and anyone interested in antiques will have a real field day exploring the Oxfordshire high streets.
From your Oxfordshire five star hotel base you'll be able to conveniently explore rich and varied landscapes and some of the most historic cities and towns in Britain at your leisure. Oxford is like a treasure chest, stuffed to bursting with ancient colleges, museums and art galleries, and full of interest of every kind! Equally, out in the countryside you'll have access to theme parks like Crocodiles of the World in Brize Norton and Burford's Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens. Enjoy all the comforts of a five star Oxfordshire hotel whilst you explore the numerous cultural and outdoors activities in one of England's most attractive and exciting counties. The kids will love it, and the facilities in your hotel will make your stay a thoroughly enjoyable one.