Make savings on the edge of Oxford

Make the most of your quintessentially English break to the iconic university town of Oxford by booking a room in this historic luxurious 4* Secret Hotel. Located on the outskirts of the city this sublime hotel has preserved its Medieval heritage whilst offering sympathetically modernised accommodation and facilities. Finely furnished double en suite rooms boast indulgent room service, free high-speed internet access, complimentary toiletries and television to ensure its guests a comfortable and relaxing stay. Hotel facilities include a night porter, free parking and a 24 hour concierge. Guests on business can make full use of the conference rooms offering audio/visual equipment and photocopying facilities, whilst those wishing to relax and unwind can do so in the indulgent leisure club which offers a spa, swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and gym. Book this hotel today and make savings on the edge of Oxford!

Enjoying a picturesque riverside frontage and set amongst 30 acres of tranquil parkland this sublime Secret Hotel combines convenient accessibility to the city with a charming countryside location. It’s out of town locale also ensures that its guests have uninhibited access to the abundance of golf courses and country clubs that populate the area. From the Hinksey Heights Golf Club to the Oxford Golf Centre there is sure to be a course set in the idyllic Oxfordshire countryside that pleases any golfing addict. Those just wanting to enjoy the great outdoors and get their slice of quintessential English countryside will enjoy the fact that this Secret Hotel is only a short distance from numerous woods and copses – perfect for rambling on sunny afternoons or spotting local wildlife with the family.

Why not make the most of the hotel’s unrivalled riverfront location and hire a punt to explore the city on the water? Numerous city punting companies offer boat hire and guided tours of the city from the river giving visitors a unique experience when exploring Oxford’s rich heritage and history. Those not keen to hop onto a boat can travel the short distance into Oxford’s city centre to enjoy a walking tour of the University’s colleges and institutions, including the world famous Ashmolean Museum and Bodleian Library.

After a fascinating day exploring this exceptional city make sure to pop into one of the city’s traditional pubs for a locally brewed pint. Oxford prides itself on its brewing proficiency so there really is no better place to indulge in a refreshing ale or beer and soak in the quaint atmosphere.