Stanton St John

Stanton St John is at the edge of the low-lying Ot Moor, an interesting wetland landscape, and yet is just a few minutesí drive from Oxford city centre, a two-pub village within easy reach of the A40... Read More

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The TalkHouse

The TalkHouse
The Talkhouse is a delightful Inn, set in rural surroundings close to the City of Oxford.
Its exposed beams and open fireplaces offer the visitor a warm and relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy ... More | Double Room: £75 | visit website
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Talk House

Talk House
The Talkhouse is a delightful Inn, set in rural surroundings close to the City of Oxford. Its exposed beams and open fireplaces offer the visitor a warm and relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy great ... More | visit website

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Common Leys Farm (1.56 miles)

Common Leys Farm
Our beautiful Tudor farmhouse in Waterperry Common, Oxfordshire, offers accommodation, gourmet food and relaxing afternoons meeting our animals. Whether you are looking for a relaxing afternoon with cream tea, a holiday or wedding reception, corporate entertainment ... More | visit website
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Lodge Hotel (2.16 miles)

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Located approximately seven miles from Oxford city centre, The Lodge is in an easily accessible countryside location. The Lodge has a comtemporary feel, friendly service and a warm atmosphere.

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Travelodge Oxford Wheatley (2.91 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Holloway Farm House (3.22 miles)

Holloway Farm House

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Whether travelling to Oxford for business or pleasure, or simply passing through, Holloway Farm is conveniently located in Milton Common, Oxfordshire, on the services at junction 8a of the M40 ... More

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Red Mullions Guest House (3.44 miles)

Red Mullions Guest House

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Red Mullions is a welcoming family-run guest house in Headington, Oxford, excellently located for the many hospitals in Headington and the Oxford Brookes University, 10-minutes from central Oxford. A range of rooms ... More

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Pickwick's Guest House (3.53 miles)

Pickwick
Welcome to Pickwick's, a comfortable, friendly, family-run guest house in Oxford.

We are conveniently situated within five minutes drive from the Oxford ring road and the M40 motorway, and are within walking distance (1.5 miles) ... More | visit website
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Oak Tree Copse (3.69 miles)

Oak Tree Copse
Welcome to Oak Tree Copse, a friendly bed and breakfast in Worminghall, set in the beautiful, tranquil Oxford countryside, and is situated just 7 miles from the historical city of Oxford. This means you can ... More | visit website
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Bat & Ball Inn (3.79 miles)

Bat & Ball Inn

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

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Athena Guest House (4.68 miles)

Athena Guest House

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Athena Guest House is a friendly, family run guest house in Oxford offering accommodation in single, twin or double, triple and family bedrooms all with washbasin facilities, tea & coffee, hairdryer & alarm ... More

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The Old Black Horse (4.68 miles)

The Old Black Horse
Get the most out of your visit to Oxford by staying at the Old Black Horse. The Old Black Horse is a 17th Century Coaching Inn located five minutes from the centre of Oxford at ... More | visit website

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