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Hotels in Banbury

Whately Hall
17-19 Horse Fair
Banbury
Oxfordshire

OX16 0AN | View map

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The Mercure Whately Hall Hotel is several hundred years old, and is spacious and comfortably furnished. The Mercure Whately Hall Hotel, originally a 17th-century coaching inn, is close to Banbury Cross.

The bedrooms, varying in size and style, are well equipped. Spacious and very comfortable public areas include cosy lounges and an informal bar. Some of the original oak panelling and the black beams are still intact and service is attentive and friendly. The Mercure Whately Hall Hotel is set in its own gardens and has a croquet lawn for you to enjoy yourselves on and work up an appetite before dinner. Situated on the famous Banbury Cross, the Mercure Whately Hall Hotel dates from 1632, a charming hotel which makes a great base for visits to Broughton Castle, Upton, the surrounding Cotswolds and Oxfordshire countryside. Banbury itself is a pleasant place to shop. Please note: all our rooms are non-smoking.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 69
Number Ensuite: 69
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