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Foxcombe Lodge Hotel

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For a comfortable stay located in peaceful surroundings yet 4 miles from Oxford & Abingdon, we are the place for you.

Foxcombe Lodge Oxford, was officially opened in July 1985 by his Grace the Duke of Marlborough. Set with beautiful south facing gardens in the tranquil setting of Boars Hill located 4 miles from Oxford and Abingdon. The hotel is an ideal base for visiting Oxford's historic colleges & exploring the picturesque villages of the Cotswolds and Blenheim Palace. We are a traditional family run hotel that is very individual, if you're after white walls and something modern with time, then we are not the place for you. All bedrooms were recently re-furbished and are en-suite, equipped with a terminal PC with free 24 internet access, colour televisions, direct dial telephones, hairdryers and tea and coffee making facilities. The 'Club Bar' and 'F1 Bar' boasts a selection of over 300 drinks to choose from and if you like your whiskey then you're coming to the right place.

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