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Top Oxford City Centre Pet-Friendly Hotels

Malmaison Oxford
4 out of 5
3 Oxford Castle, Oxford, England
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is £109 per night from 27 Nov to 28 Nov
4.2/5Excellent! (963 reviews)

"The hotel is stunning. We absolutely loved the quirkiness of our room. We had a Superior Double cell, which was in three original cells. The roll top bath was amazing. Didn’t use the shower (I couldn’t get the temperature right), but that also looked fab. Personally I think the roo was lacing a few ..."…"

Reviewed on 3 Sep 2020

Malmaison Oxford
The Randolph Hotel
5 out of 5
Beaumont Street, Oxford, England
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4.1/5Very Good! (959 reviews)

"Very central. Staff very efficient. Rooms clean and spacious. Good breakfast."…"

Reviewed on 29 Sep 2020

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Oxford City Centre Pet-Friendly Hotels Information

Looking for a trip to Oxford City Centre and want to take your pet along? Stay with your furry friend at one of 3 hotels that accept pets. Read about the most popular Oxford City Centre hotels and accommodation types that are well-liked by guests with pets:

  • Ethos Hotel is not only pet-friendly, but also offers accommodation options with a restaurant and in-room kitchenettes. Customers enjoy this 4-star guesthouse's comfortable rooms and location.
  • Malmaison Oxford is a hotel that welcomes dogs, and offers human guests free WiFi and 24-hour room service. Customers enjoy this 4-star hotel's clean guestrooms and quiet location.
  • Dogs can join their owners at Macdonald Randolph Hotel. This hotel offers guests free WiFi and 24-hour room service. Customers enjoy this 5-star hotel's clean guestrooms and central location.

Planning your trip to Oxford City Centre

Interested in when to schedule your trip for good weather? Arrange your excursions with weather statistics about typical rainfall and temperatures.

  • Between January and March, daytime temperatures average 11°F, while night-time temperatures stay around 0°F
  • April to June: the average is 21°F during the day and 3°F at night
  • July to September sees average temperatures of 22°F during the day and 8°F at night
  • Between October and December, you can expect 16°F as the daytime average and 2°F as the night-time average.
  • Average annual rainfall for Oxford City Centre is 31 mm

Exploring Oxford City Centre with your pet

Known for its university life and museums, Oxford City Centre has lots to offer visitors, including its cathedrals, architecture and monuments. See the local sights and visit top attractions, such as Covered Market and Sheldonian Theatre. While you're there, make sure you don't miss Ashmolean Museum and Radcliffe Camera. If you need some supplies for your animal companion, stop at Evolution Reptiles, Maidenhead Aquatics Oxford or Pets at Home.

Frequently asked questions

What's the best pet-friendly accommodation option in Oxford City Centre?
Malmaison Oxford is a top dog-friendly hotel, and offers a restaurant and a bar/lounge for its human guests. The Randolph Hotel is another good choice for a stay with your pet.
What is there to see and do with your pet in Oxford City Centre?
Known for its university life and museums, Oxford City Centre has lots to offer visitors, including its cathedrals, architecture and libraries. See the local sights and visit top attractions, such as New Theatre Oxford and Bodleian Library. While you’re there, make sure you don’t miss Ashmolean Museum and Bridge of Sighs.

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