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Where should we stay in Oxford City Centre?
You may want to consider the historic destination of Oxford City Centre if you've been thinking about a trip for the whole family. The interesting architecture, famous monuments and theatres are just a few things that make this an attractive family holiday destination. Take to the air and fly into Oxford (OXF), which is located 5.8 mi (9.4 km) from the city centre. When you're thinking about where to stay in Oxford City Centre, you might want to consider one of the 13 family-friendly hotels and other types of accommodation here.
Holidaying families have positive things to say about these places to stay:
Ethos Hotel: Offers a restaurant, free WiFi and free cots. Guests like the central location at this 4-star guesthouse.
Old Bank Hotel – Offers a restaurant, free parking and laundry facilities. This hotel is rated 4.5 stars.
When should we visit Oxford City Centre?
You're probably hoping for good weather for your family trip. You can use this information to decide when to pack up the children and head to Oxford City Centre.
- Hottest months: July, August, June and September, with an average temperature of 21°F
- Coldest months: January, February, December and March, with an average temperature of 1°F
- Driest months: March, August, May and June, with an average rainfall of 2 inches
- Rainiest months: September, October, April and November, with an average rainfall of 3 inches
What should we see and do in Oxford City Centre?
While you and your family are visiting Oxford City Centre, you may want to explore some child-friendly attractions such as Covered Market, Ashmolean Museum and Oxford University Museum of Natural History. Make sure that you have plenty of time to take in the area's activities such as Sheldonian Theatre, Radcliffe Camera and University Church of St Mary the Virgin.Oxford City Centre is also known for the:
- University life
- Historical sites
Getting around Oxford City Centre
To see more of the larger area, hop aboard a train at Oxford Station. Oxford City Centre might not have as many public transport options so consider a car rental to maximise your time.