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Tree Hotel
63 Church Way
Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX4 4EY | View map

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A warm welcome awaits you at The Tree where our excellent facilities and personal service provide for all the homely comforts and ambience of a friendly, family run hotel. Why not visit the award-winning Annora restaurant famed for it's fine International cuisine.The Tree is situated in the tranquil village of Iffley, only 2 miles from the City Centre, within a 5 minute walk off the river Isis and Iffley Lock and a half hour river side walk to the city centre with its famous colleges and dreaming spires. City Sightseeing:We can make all the arrangements for your sightseeing tours. Whether you prefer an open-top bus or a walk around the colleges you will leave no stone of Oxford unturned!

First class accommodation The rooms at the Tree Hotel are designed to make your stay as relaxing as possible. Guests will enjoy our first class accommodation furnished to a high standard. Choice of Single, Twin and Family rooms available. Facilities All rooms have en-suite facilities with colour television, direct dial telephone, Free WiFi in public areas, hairdryer, trouser press and hospitality tray.Room rates include a good old-fashioned English breakfast. Also included:Free car park Child-friendly focus and attitude, high chairs are provided Full access to the award winning Annora International Restaurant (serving and hotel bar.)

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