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Near Oxford’s city centre, the thick walls of this former prison offer guests the chance to sleep in a converted cell complete with barred windows and iron doors. — The Telegraph
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13 reviews
This stately converted bank building offers contemporary style in a city that favors the traditional. — Fodor's
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10 reviews
The upscale Old Parsonage Hotel is a boutique property dating from the 17th century set on a busy road on the edge of Oxford's city center. — Oyster
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12 reviews
It's hard not to be impressed by the 19th-century Gothic architecture of this upscale landmark hotel. — Oyster
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7 reviews
Chef Raymond Blanc’s gourmet retreat in a transformed 15th-century stone manor set amid 27 acres of gardens, 65 minutes northwest of London. — Hideaway Report
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6 reviews
This ultra-central hotel consists of five picturesque 17th-century weavers’ cottages, divided into rooms of varying shapes and sizes, some full of historic charm. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
When it was built about a century ago, this redbrick hotel served as a plush private mansion for a prosperous local family. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
This stunning and popular riverside pub, with fabulous bedrooms, huge terrace and all day dining, offers a rollicking Oxford experience in the heart of the city. — The Telegraph
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3 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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3 reviews
In a peaceful central location, this listed 17th-century town house holds eight good-value double rooms, simple but tastefully decorated — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
It's all about location here which is a central as it gets in Oxford, but the best thing is the that despite that the hotel is surprisingly quiet. — Condé Nast Traveler
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4 reviews
The three-and-a-half pearl Remont Oxford is a 25-room, upscale cross between a sleek contemporary hotel and a suburban B&B. — Oyster
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4 reviews
An impressive complex around a medieval manor and barn, with links to the Knights Templar, set in parkland by the Thames. — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
Situated in Iffley Village, south of Oxford, this gracious, whitewashed villa is surrounded by expansive lawns and has been transformed into a comfortable and stylish hotel. — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
A charming hotel in historic Oxford, with breakfast, plus a three-course dinner and a bottle of wine. — Jetsetter
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3 reviews
The 16-room, two-and-a-half-pearl Buttery Hotel is exceptionally well-located in the heart of historic Oxford, within walking distance of the university and local attractions. — Oyster
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2 reviews
By far the most atmospheric place to stay in the area, this early 15th-century Queen Anne manor house makes a wonderful base and is incredible value for money. — 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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