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Population: 990
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White Hart Hotel & Restaurant
"Lovely comfortable little hotel. Good food and comfortable room but the outstanding feature of this hotel was the friendly staff who went the extra mile when, about to leave ..." More

George Hotel
"Good Points: Everything was fine and, given the cost, better than expected General review: Only an overnight stay at somewhere near Didcot, where my friend had to be the following day, ..." More

Fleur de Lys
"Good Points: Very keen and polite staff Very good food Bad Points: No hairdryer in the room General review: Thoroughly enjoyed our short stay. The staff were polite and eager to please.

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Dorchester-on-Thames is a village on the Thames in Oxfordshire, at the confluence of the River Thames with its tributary the River Thame, 9 miles south of Oxford. The Romans built a town here, linking it to a military camp at Alchester to the north. It was the first ecclesiastical centre of Wessex and the seat of Anglo-Saxon bishops. Dorchester Abbey is the village's parish church and a tourist attraction. In the 12th century the church was enlarged to serve a community of Augustinian canons. King Henry VIII dissolved the Abbey in 1536. Over the site of the original monastery are the Cloister Gardens and Cloister Gallery. Dorchester Abbey has a museum and tea room and is one of the finest concert venues in the district. An impressive Victorian lychgate connects the Abbey grounds to the High Street which forms the centre of the village and is framed by a variety of period buildings. Dorchester has several good places to eat and drink including The Fleur-de-Lys Inn, The George Hotel and The White Hart Hotel on the High Street and The Plough Inn on the Abingdon Road. Nearby is Day's Lock on the Thames, where the annual World Poohsticks Championship is held.

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George Hotel (0.24 miles)

George Hotel

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The George is a XVth century coaching inn set in the heart of Oxfordshire. Dorchester-on-Thames is central to many major centres of commerce and historic sites in Southern England.

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Kingfisher Inn (1.54 miles)

Kingfisher Inn

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...................WIFI broadband connection available throughout the building.................. Welcome to the Kingfisher Inn, we are a family owned and operated hotel at the head of the old wharf road in the ... More

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Alouette Bed & Breakfast (1.59 miles)

Alouette Bed & Breakfast
Graded 4 Star Silver with Visit Britain, Alouette is situated in rural Oxfordshire in the twinned villages of Shillingford-on-Thames and Warborough, with its delightful village green, used in the filming of Midsomer Murders. Close to the Thames Path ... More | visit website
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The Grange (1.93 miles)

The Grange
The Grange, our period Georgian village house is set in a large walled sunny garden with views of the Wittenham Clumps - a well known Oxfordshire landmark. Located near Culham Science Centre (2miles), Didcot (3 ... More | visit website
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Shillingford Bridge Hotel (1.99 miles)

Shillingford Bridge Hotel
Located between Oxford and Henley, this hotel boasts beautiful views over a quiet part of the River Thames. Guests can enjoy the outdoor heated swimming pool, free parking, and a restaurant and bar. Rooms at The ... More | visit website
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Plough Hotel & Restaurant (2.00 miles)

Clifton Hampden is an attractive Thames-side village. This 16th Century Inn is close to the river Thames, 4 miles east of abingdon, 8 miles south of Oxford city. The Bar serves a good choice of real ales ... More | visit website

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Crazy Bear Hotel (2.87 miles)

Crazy Bear Hotel

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An oasis of flamboyant design in a countryside setting, just 15 minutes from Oxford city centre and 45 minutes from London. The Crazy Bear is renowned for its originality and ... More

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The Coach & Horses Inn (2.89 miles)

The Coach & Horses Inn

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The Coach & Horses Inn is a charming 16th Century Restaurant with Nine en-suite double bedrooms situated around our picturesque courtyard , Just 100 ... More

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White Hart Hotel & Restaurant (3.45 miles)

White Hart Hotel & Restaurant

The White Hart Hotel has provided a warm welcome to travellers for around 400 years. Today the hotel has a superb fresh food restaurant, warm welcoming real ale bars with log fires and Sky Sports, ... More | visit website

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George Hotel (3.57 miles)

George Hotel

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In the centre of Wallingford, Oxford, with old world charm, combined with the comforts of modern day living. A 39 bedroom 3 star hotel with excellent conference and function facilities for ... More | visit website

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