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11 reviews
In spite of its former origins, this is a stylish and comfortable place to stay. — Frommer's
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10 reviews
A 17th-century gabled stone house in a small garden next to St. Giles Church, the Old Parsonage is a dignified retreat. — Fodor's
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10 reviews
Great location for a slick hotel in a glistening conversion of an old bank. — Rough Guide
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10 reviews
A 19th-century neo-Gothic landmark, this hotel is ideally situated near the Ashmolean Museum. — Fodor's
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6 reviews
With immaculate lawns, orchards and a two-acre kitchen garden, a visit to this grand 15th-century country pad is all about the food. — Jetsetter
$1432
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6 reviews
Down a cobbled alleyway off Holywell Street, these 17th-century weavers' cottages have been converted into a small hotel. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
A breezy reception hall leads past black-and-white photos to homey, boutique-y rooms at this smartly updated B&B, spread across two interconnecting Victorian town houses. — Lonely Planet
7
2 reviews
The Eastgate, built on the site of a 1600s structure, stands within walking distance of Oxford College and the city center. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
A genuine jewel among Oxford hotels, this large and characterful place, at Folly Bridge immediately south of Christ Church, was originally a Thames-side warehouse — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
Convenient for budget travellers ridin’ the rails, this is Oxford’s best budget option, with simple but comfortable four- and six-bed en-suite dorms, private rooms and loads of facilities. — Lonely Planet
7
4 reviews
This boutique B&B in Oxford is a chic, fresh and friendly place to stay. The comfortable rooms range from singles to family size and boast contemporary styling... A great bargain. — DK Eyewitness
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3 reviews
Quality features include an indoor pool, spa and gym, and restaurant serving buffet breakfasts and three-course meals. — Oyster
7
3 reviews
This “no frills” family run guesthouse in the city centre is a friendly, convenient and clean base from which to explore the university town of Oxford. — The Telegraph
$214
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3 reviews
Just off the main drag, the location couldn't be better but you'll need to be a real fan of old-world living to appreciate the rooms. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
The 22-room, upper-middle-range Vanbrugh House Hotel is an exceptionally well-located boutique hotel in the heart of historic Oxford. — Oyster
7
3 reviews
— Michelin Guide
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2 reviews
The estate is the ancestral home of the earls of Abingdon and Berkshire...Most of the rooms are spacious and furnished with antiques (often four-poster beds). — Frommer's
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2 reviews
A good-value hotel, in a grand Victorian villa half a mile from Jericho’s pubs and restaurants and 15 minutes’ walk north of central Oxford — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Everything is new in this airy and spacious lodging, but it doesn't mean the place lacks atmosphere or charm. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
This delightful guesthouse offers a practical and serene space from which to enjoy Oxford. — The Telegraph
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