Oxford

Oxford, or at least the Oxford of its colleges, the Bodleian, Carfax, and Ashmolean Museum, is a beautiful city, a place of ‘dreaming spires’ to revert to cliché but of an almost palpable atmosphere of scholarship and culture, even reflected in its often quirky shops and broad ranging restaurants... Read More

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Oxford Events

January
Oxfolk Ceilidhs
February
Oxfolk Ceilidhs
March
Oxfolk Ceilidhs
Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival
April
Easter Egg Rolling
Folk Weekend Oxford
May
Beating the Bounds
Lord and Lady Mayor's Parade
May Morning Ceremony
Oxfolk Ceilidhs
Oxford May Day
Oxfordshire Artweeks
June
Oxford Canal Festival
July
Cowley Road Carnival
Oxford Pride
August
Jazz in the Park
Oxford Castle - Unlocked
Party in the Park
September
RAI Ethnographic Film Festival
St. Giles Fair
October
Oxfolk Ceilidhs
Oxsrad Craft and Gift Fair
November
Oxfolk Ceilidhs
Oxford Christmas Market
December
Christmas Carol Concert
Oxfolk Ceilidhs
Oxford Christmas Market
Santas on the Run!
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Oxford Spires Four Pillars Hotel

Oxford Spires Four Pillars Hotel
Oxford Spires Four Pillars Hotel offers both the business and leisure traveller the best of both worlds. The historic heart of Oxford is less than half a mile away – a pleasant stroll along the ... More | visit website
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Oxford-Spires Four Pillars Hotel

Oxford-Spires Four Pillars Hotel

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Set amongst 40 acres of stunning parkland, Oxford Spires Hotel has a pool, a gym and a spa. The city centre is within walking distance. Willows Leisure Club features a sauna, a ... More

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Bell at Hampton

Bell at Hampton
Newly opened, The Bell at Hampton Poyle is a charming 9 bedroom, independent, privately owned boutique hotel, pub and restaurant. The charm of the centuries old historic pub has been complimented by the contemporary design ... More | visit website
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Linton Lodge

Linton Lodge

Originally a private residence dating back to the Edwardian era, the hotel offers a range of well appointed bedrooms, all with en suite facilities. There are many magical places in Oxford, the colleges for example. The ... More | visit website

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Oxford Hotel

Oxford Hotel

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The Barcelo Oxford Hotel is only 2 miles (3.2 km) from the city centre and minutes from the A34 and M40.
Modern, designer en suite bedrooms come with wireless broadband internet access ... More

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White Horse

White Horse

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The White Horse Inn is a charming 17th-century coaching inn on the eastern edge of the Cotswolds. It has Real Ales, redecorated rooms and a restaurant with Cotswold stone walls. The ... More

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Randolph Hotel

Randolph Hotel

The Randolph stands proud in the heart of Oxford where history entwines with bustling modern life. Its windows overlook the world famous Ashmolean Museum and a few steps away you’ll find contemporary theatre and the ... More | visit website

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Oxfordshire Inn

Oxfordshire Inn
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The Oxfordshire Inn is set in it own grounds a few minutes drive from the romantic city of Oxford and on the doorstep of Blenheim Palace and the Cotswolds. Here ... More
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Holiday Inn Oxford

Holiday Inn Oxford

The Holiday Inn Oxford is a modern, contemporary hotel ideal for any occasion or stay. The hotel is ideally located beside the A34, close to the M40 accessible from any location and has ample complimentary ... More | visit website

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Bat & Ball Inn

Bat & Ball Inn

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The Bat and Ball is ideally located for both business and tourism in and around Oxford. Our rooms are comfortable and clean with starched linen bedding and all have en suite ... More

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