This fantastic Top Secret Hotel, ‘Punt your way out of Oxford – 4 star – Oxford’, provides guests with fantastic leisure facilities, ideal for a relaxing break just outside of the city!
Rooms are beautifully decorated and are fitted with a variety of excellent modern amenities to make you feel right at home. As well as a luxury en-suite bathroom equipped with complimentary toiletries, there is also a superb television and high-speed Internet access for your relaxation needs. There is also a well-stocked mini-bar for you to enjoy, and your very own hot drinks facilities as well so you can have a delicious cup of tea or coffee whenever you fancy! The property also has a number of excellent leisure facilities, including beautiful gardens, state of the art tennis courts and a fantastic indoor pool. Guests can also be pampered by the brilliant staff at the property’s very own beauty salon, which includes a massage parlour, a solarium, and a sauna. The hotel has free parking and reception is open 24 hours a day for your added convenience.
The home of one of the world’s best universities, Oxford city centre also enjoys the university college’s stunning gardens and scenery, and visitors are welcome to explore these beautiful grounds too. A particular favourite of students, locals, and tourists alike are the Christ Church Meadows, part of Christ Church College. The meadows allow visitors to enjoy long winding walks along the river, where you can see people punting past – and you can enjoy a picnic yourself on the beautiful river bank. There is also a beautiful botanical garden, and you can see the famous cattle grazing in the fields nearby and students enjoying a break from their studies in the stunning grounds they have right on their doorstep. This tranquil and peaceful setting is located right in the heart of the city centre – but not that you’d notice!
Oxford also has a excellent range of pubs to enjoy a drink and meal in, and the Jericho area of the city is home to The Old Bookbinders Ale House, which is widely regarded as one of the best pubs in the area. The food is a little different to your traditional pub grub, with the new owner Michel adopting a French cuisine for the menu which still attracts locals, students and families alike. Enjoy your favourite French fancies including snails, cheeses and duck a l’orange with a delicious glass of wine or a more traditional lager or ale from the bar!
Have a wonderful time in Oxford!