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Cotswold Lodge Hotel
66a Banbury Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX2 6JP | View map

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Recently refurbished in the style of a country manor house, this beautiful Victorian building is set in a peaceful conservation area of Oxford, only 10 minute’s walk from the historic city centre.

With subtle yet impressive features, the Cotswold lodge Hotel aims to provide an atmosphere of elegance from the moment you arrive. It offers many different types of room in a variety of styles and sizes, including individually commissioned executive and deluxe rooms. The Cotswold Lodge Hotel is a haven for those travelling away from home. Whether your visit is for leisure or business, the welcoming and comfortable surroundings and friendly staff will make your stay relaxing and memorable. Take a break in our peaceful and cosy Drawing Room and indulge in an afternoon tea or catch up with the outside world with a newspaper. If you are looking for a more social setting, the bar provides a welcome atmosphere for you to get together with friends and enjoy a cocktail or two.

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Nearest Train Station: Oxford
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Ratings/Awards: RAC/AA 4 Star
ETB 4 Crowns
Number of Rooms: 50
Number Ensuite: 50
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Restaurant

Name: Cotswold Lodge Hotel
Cuisine: Modern English and French
Chef: Garin Chapman
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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