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Lovely Oxfordshire village, surrounded by pretty countryside. Both The Bull (where we stayed) and The Bell offer decent accommodation smack in the centre (beware of the one-way system and lack of on-street parking in the centre - both inns have car parking). Great food at The Bull (car park and outdoor eating area). Check out the Rose and Crown for a really good list of Ales, ciders and perries. If you get a chance then do visit the Charlbury Museum (5 steps from The Bull) - quaint and fascinating little space with several rooms chock full of nostalgia and history.
A pleasant part of Oxfordshire countryside. Close enough to facities but pleasantly rural. Good eating & drinking venues in Abingdon 2 miles down the road. Ideal B&B, however own transport helpful
Beautiful village. Ideal for exploring the Oxfordshire countryside and on the doorstep for Blenheim Palace (a must see, stunning) Lovely restaurants and pubs (Star Inn, in particular) a perfect location. No hesitation in going back. Already re booked and won't be the last time.
We liked staying in Thame as our son was playing in a golf competition at the Oxfordshire golf club and in was so near. Also liked the position as it was quieter than actually staying in Oxford which was easy to access and they had about 6 park and rides.
Blenheim Palace is the star attraction at Woodstock. Whilst entry to the house is quite expensive, it is free and very pleasant to walk in the parkland. The town has two museums, one of Oxfordshire life and one military. The High Street has the typical blend of high-end tourist shops, i.e. antiques, clothes, art galleries etc. There is also a good range of pubs and cafes. Buses to Oxford are fast and frequent so Woodstock could be a good, quieter choice for a weekend away in Oxford. I stayed and had dinner at the Punchbowl, which was excellent.
Probably one of the ugfliest places in Oxfordshire. Didcot and Harwell both have sizeable eyesores and neither I would visit by choice. The hotel was simply well located for a party we attended.
Traditional Oxfordshire village, with a good selection of decent pubs and restaurants, lovely coffee shops and hotels. Village centre is off the main road so peaceful and rural feel.
We enjoyed the, museum and the cafe served good coffee. As we came by train we walked into and around town. Some parts are veryrun down but around the market square and the shopping arcade was better. As we were in Oxfordshire for two family celebrations we only ate out for dinner once in an Italian restaurant which was excellent both for food and service. I wish it were nearer to our home town.
The location is within walking distance to Blenheim palace and the Oxfordshire museum is close by. There is an excellent bus service with regular buses going into Oxford. Parking is very limited and all hotel and restaurant meals are very exoensive
Oxford is a beautiful historical city, with plenty to see and do for the visitor. The people are friendly and the John Morris Weatherspoons in cowley is well worth a visit. For the driver, the Oxfordshire countryside is beautiful and includes many quaint historic villages. Also Bicester is worth a visit for those with cash to splash.
8.0 Very good 2,614 reviews
The rooms in the main palace are very nice, recently redecorated with great style, also the views are excellent (the reason why the hotel gets bad reviews is because of the annex rooms which people do not like). We liked a lot hotel's design and style, also lots of small well-thought after details all around the building. The hotel even looks better in the real life than in the photos! Also the park is very nice to walk around. Comfortable beds. Also the location is very good to visit around Oxfordshire
9.9 Exceptional 146 reviews
We arrived late on a hot afternoon and Ray and Natalie welcomed us with a cold glass of Prosecco in their lovely garden. Our stay exceeded all expectations. The chalet with en suite shower room was spotless and very tastefully decorated. The bed was king size and wonderfully comfortable. An extra bonus was the lovely patio with gorgeous views across the Oxfordshire countryside. Our hosts could not have been more gracious and helpful, and we will certainly be back.
8.2 Very good 1,073 reviews
The staff were very welcoming and helpful. There was a nice bar and lounge area and the hotel is in the perfect position in the centre of town. The car parking is pricey (£20 per night) but essential - there really is no parking around. The breakfast was nice. I like the iron and ironing board in the room and the free sparkling and still water in the mini fridge. They left a nice book on Oxfordshire to read.
9.5 Exceptional 36 reviews
The residence is sitting in the quiet countryside of Oxfordshire, but one can easily access Oxford with a car. Staff was very friendly and always ready to help. The room was specially docorated and very well-maintained. It is a very unique experience to stay. The restaurant/bar offers great food. A little pricy for my expectations, but definitely recommend to visit and stay.
8.5 Very good 173 reviews
Stayed here for 3 nights on a business visit at this family run inn. The hotel was very comfortable and the owners went out of their way to make my stay comfortable. A very relaxed setting in the Oxfordshire countryside. The bedroom was large and comfortable and the hotel was nicely decorated and had a real character to it. Would definitely stay here again.
8.9 Fabulous 155 reviews
The apartments are located in a courtyard in a small oxfordshire village. The accommodation is well presented and maintained - we had a studio which was a real home from home, with an excellent kitchen. Ideal for any one wanting to be away from a normal hotel enviornment and away from the crowds as the village is very sleepy with only one pub.
9.0 Superb 497 reviews
Our hub for a 5 day tour around Oxfordshire. The pub overlooks the center of town; it’s carefully renovated, our room airy, comfortable, and very clean. Guests have a separate entrance and a nice lounge area. Friendly service, delicious breakfasts; dinners feature creative takes on traditional pub fare, paired with great local ale.
9.3 Superb 236 reviews
It is the loveliest B&B I've ever stayed. The room we stayed in was very nice and comfortable, breakfast was beyond reproach, and Leo (the host) was very friendly (he gave us a lift in the morning to the start of my half marathon race!). Overall, would highly recommend if you want to explore the beauty of North Oxfordshire.
7.5 Good 1,148 reviews
We are now regulars at this delightful venue The staff are really friendly even if their english is a little wanting. The manageress though is brilliant. The restaurant is gorgeous, breakfast beautiful all you can eat self service with staff to clear the tables. If in west oxfordshire the crown and cushion is a must.
8.9 Fabulous 258 reviews
The room was immaculately clean and quiet. The bed was comfortable and the location was ideal for visiting Oxfordshire and Oxford itself. Staff in the main were very helpful and professional, particularly in the Restaurant 56 and at the hotel reception. I would certainly consider visiting again.
8.3 Very good 568 reviews
This hotel unlike many others with a "spa" offers children reasonable access to the swimming pool.Originally booked the Oxfordshire Hotel and Spa but cancelled when I realised that they only allowed children in the pool up to 10-00 am !!! The Belfry met our requirements well.
8.6 Fabulous 530 reviews
Excellent staff that were polite, friendly and helpful. It is a small hotel with accommodation that was very comfortable with a pleasant atmosphere. The food was excellent. and is reasonably priced. A car is essential but it is ideally situated for exploring Oxfordshire. Dog friendly.
8.8 Fabulous 203 reviews
A beautiful location, especially good with children as there was plenty of space to run around while the adults had a drink in the gardens. We had our own car and this made travelling into Deddington for supplies and exploring Oxfordshire (especially Blenheim Palace) easy.
8.9 Fabulous 270 reviews
The Red Lion is located in a lovely Oxfordshire village and surrounded by beautiful countryside and picture perfect thatched cottages. The staff at the hotel were very attentive, the room was clean & comfortable and the food in the restaurant was excellent.
8.0 Very good 752 reviews
Wonderful and very old coaching inn in a beautiful Oxfordshire Village. Half expected to see Inspector Morse sipping a pint in the hotel's pub. Pub's food was delicious and good value
7.8 Good 684 reviews
I booked the Whately Hall Hotel in Banbury Oxfordshire for someone else, so I can't answer all the questions, but he seemed pleased with the accommodation.
9.4 Superb 26 reviews
Spotlessly clean, very welcoming and friendly owners who explained how everything worked and the local amenities/area around Oxfordshire. Loved it
7.7 Good 316 reviews
A wonderful hotel in a great location. The staff were so so friendly. I would recommend this gorgeous hotel for seeing local Oxfordshire attractions.
7.6 Good 760 reviews
The hotel good. Excellent position for visiting friends and relations in the oxfordshire area.
7.3 Good 749 reviews
Historic Building set in extensive grounds of golf course in Oxfordshire.