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White Hart Hotel & Restaurant
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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, resident's lounge, and 28 en-suite bedrooms including cottage suites and four poster luxury. Cars can be safely parked in the private grounds of the hotel.

As well an ideal place to stay for Oxford visitors, Dorchester, only 8 miles south of Oxford also has many places and walks of interest. These include the 12th century Dorchester Abbey and Museum, Hallidays Fine Antiques Emporium, The Dyke Hills, the Wittenham Clumps, and the Thames Pathway. Blenheim Palace and Bicester Shopping Village are within easy travelling distance and The White Hart arranges special theatre breaks with Oxford venues.

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Nearest Train Station: Didcot, Oxford
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Group Affiliations: Oxfordshire Hotels Group Page
Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 28
Number Ensuite: 28

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: £95
Twin: £95
Single: £65
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Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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