Getting There

Below you will find details on how to get to the hotel and a city guide with suggestions on things to get up to should you wish to explore the city.

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By Car

For travel by car, simply enter the postcode OX4 4GX into your sat-nav. There are plenty of secure parking spaces available on the hotel grounds and parking is free of charge.

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By Bus

For travel by bus from Oxford city centre please use the 3A bus which will drop you to the bus stop just outside the hotel. The bus runs around every 30 minutes.

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By Train

Oxford station is about a 10 minute taxi ride away from the hotel. Equally you are able to reach us from Radley or Oxford Parkway Station which are a 15 minute drive.

City Guide

Oxford is one of the oldest and most celebrated university cities in the world, and you can be forgiven for thinking Oxford is just about its highly successful universities. But there is so much more to see and do here, you really need to explore Oxford to really appreciate its beauty, history and vibrant culture.

Oxford has numerous major tourist attractions including the iconic Bodleian Library; Carfax Tower which offers superb views over the city; and the historic Covered Market with its many tourist shops. Explore Oxford’s wide streets, intricate network of smaller lanes lined with noble buildings and places to enjoy arts and entertainment; stop and relax for great food and drink, and see if you can see familiar sights often used as the backdrop to many TV programmes and films, from Inspector Morse to Harry Potter.

Enjoy your time in Oxford, and get the most out of this remarkable city.

Alice in Wonderland Shop
Alice in Wonderland Shop

Alice's Shop - The original Alice in Wonderland Shop

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The Ashmolean
The Ashmolean

The Ashmolean - Museum of Art & Archaeology

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Bodleian Libraries
Bodleian Libraries

One of the oldest libraries in Europe and with over 13 million printed items, it is the second-largest library in Britain after the British Library.

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Carfax Tower
Carfax Tower

The tower is all that remains of the 13th century St Martin’s Church, the official city church of Oxford from 1122.

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Covered Market
Covered Market

The Covered Market is a historic market with permanent stalls and shops in a large covered structure in central Oxford.

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Christ Church College
Christ Church College

Uniquely among Oxford colleges, Christ Church has an important collection of Old Master paintings and drawings, housed in the purpose-built Picture Gallery.

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Oxford Castle & Prison
Oxford Castle & Prison

Oxford's 1000 year old castle and prison for a taste of Oxford's fascinating history.

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Museum of Natural History
Museum of Natural History

Admission free. Discover half a million years of art and archaeology, from Egyptian mummies to modern art

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Pitt Rivers Museum
Pitt Rivers Museum

One of the world’s finest collections of anthropology and archaeology.

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Westgate Shopping Centre
Westgate Shopping Centre

The Westgate shopping centre boasts over 125 stores, eclectic restaurants and cafes, leisure and a rooftop bar and dining area.

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