Need a boutique Oxford hotels

Oxford in the south east of England is one of the most famous university towns in the world. This elegant town with its cobbled streets, medieval churches and colleges, bustling atmosphere, and setting in the rolling oxforshire countryside makes it a popular destination for tourists.

While in Oxford, be sure to visit some of the colleges and experience this prestigious university experience. There are also some excellent museums, world-class libraries, and lively traditonal pubs where you can soak up the congenial student atmosphere.

Oxford has some wonderful boutique hotels. Here are a few of our favourite:

The Old Bank Hotel is set in a Georgian stone building centrally located between the famous colleges of Merton, All Souls, Oriel and University. Within walking distance of the hotel are shops, museums, theatres and gardens. The hotel boasts an extensive modern art collection, which decorates the walls of the hotel, bar and brasserie. The Quod brasserie serves excellent Mediterranean food, or you can relax on the terrace or in the bar. One of the highlights is the hotel's bicycles and punts, which you can use to explore the city.

The Remont is a bed and breakfast style boutique hotel in the city of Oxford. The hotel is located in the charming residential area of Summertown. There are plenty of local bars, restaurants, cafes and shops within walking distance from the hotel, or the city centre is only eight minutes by bus. Accomodation is comfortable but elegant and this is an excellent alternative to the city centre.

The Dashwood boutique hotel and restaurant is located in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, in the village of Kirtlington, only 20 minutes from Oxford. There are 12 individually-styled rooms in this historic Grade II listed building. Local attractions include the magnificent Blenheim Palace and Bicester Village shopping centre.

Enjoy the unique atmosphere of Oxford with a stay in one of it's top class boutique hotels.


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