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I can't praise them enough, the room was spacious, clean and easily accessible, perfect location for lovely walks with our dog, as well as pubs for food and drinks Would highly recommend, thank you to all the staff. Will definately be back!
Crown and Cushion Hotel£39Crown and Cushion Hotel£39
Pros: lovely grounds, good breakfast, close enough to Oxford.if you want. Cons: "adventure playround good for all of 5 minutes, very very soft mattresses.
Crowne Plaza Hotel Heythrop Park-Oxford£68Crowne Plaza Hotel Heythrop Park-Oxford£68
My sister and I was going to an evening wedding reception that was held at Heythorpe .We arrived in the afternoon and went for a swim,sauna and steam. The staff in the hotel were lovely and when we asked for more milk they bought us biscuits as well within 5 minutes.
Heythrop Park Hotel£75Heythrop Park Hotel£75
Stayed overnight en route to family function. Well organised, spotlessly clean room & bathroom. Very nice breakfast. Owners friendly & helpful. Excellent value & recommended.
Ashlea Guest House£60Ashlea Guest House£60
Beautiful, elegant hotel with wonderfull staff. Of course the food was amazing and we thoroughly enjoyed every moment including a stroll in the extensive gardens and meeting Raymond Blanc. Will definitely be going again. Superb!
Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons£476Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons£476
average hotel, clean but small room. staff were friendly though. location is pretty but a bit far from main streets of Oxford.
Perfect venue for attending a local festival. Very friendly helpfull staff especially young girl on reception when we arrived and each day our staff. Friendly and really fun young bar man very obliging. Made the weekend very easy ordering taxi etc.
Best Western Plus Banbury Wroxton House Hotel£70Best Western Plus Banbury Wroxton House Hotel£70
Oxfordshire's landscape of winding river valleys and features such as the Chiltern Hills make it ideal for a wide range of outdoor activities. If you're the outdoor type and enjoy cycling, walking, climbing or any other outdoor activities you'll easily be able to find somewhere in Oxfordshire to enjoy your sport of preference. There are plenty of hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses spread across the county, and your best bet will be to locate a suitable adventure sport hotel so that you can make the most of your time here.
The landscape of Oxfordshire is packed with interest and you'll find a range of different activities on offer, including outward bound centres and rambling trails. The Oxfordshire Chilterns attracts visitors from across the country and beyond because of its bracing walking and hiking trails, and there are plenty of suitably equipped adventure sport hotels in the vicinity for supplying all your outdoor needs. The staff in these hotels will be used to visitors who get up at the crack of dawn to head out, and can cater for them with early breakfasts, late dinners and the like, as well as often stocking some equipment on-site for hire. Such B&Bs, hotels and guesthouses make the ideal base for an adventure holiday in Oxfordshire.
Areas such as the Chilterns are the perfect setting for outdoor activities such as mountain biking and rambling. The landscape is full of interest and there's an interesting traditional village seemingly at every turn of the track, so you can mix exercise with relaxation at the local inns and cafés. It's a fascinating county to get out and about in and hotels such as Partride Inn Wine Bar & Restaurant in Wallingford or the Cherry Tree Inn at Henley-on-Thames will provide you with a warm welcome and excellent service during your visit.
For everything from horse riding and walking to cycling and water sports, come to Oxfordshire and have the time of your life in the great outdoors. From the Thames to the Chilterns, it's all right here on your Oxfordshire hotel doorstep.