Places to stay in Oxford
The City of Dreaming Spires is located at the south eastern end of the Cotswolds and is of course a main tourist holiday destination. There are a number of places to stay offering accommodation centrally and others located on the outskirts which are ideal for combining touring Oxford City and the Oxfordshire Cotswolds including Woodstock and Blenheim Palace and quaint villages such as Great Tew with its thatched cottages.
Find accommodation that suits your needs: from Oxford city centre Hotels and friendly city Bed & Breakfasts to farm stays and self-catering in beautiful cottages surrounded by nature in Oxfordshire’s countryside. Hotels in Oxfordshire range from budget to luxury, some include spas for a special treat. You can also stay in cosy Cotswold Inns, stunning mansion houses and even a converted prison.
If you are planning a memorable, relaxing trip in a cosmopolitan UK-based city then you have numerous appealing options at hand. Nonetheless, those who want to enjoy an active holiday will discover countless tourist attractions and feel the distinctive vibe of a prominent academic environment may want to spend more than a few days in Oxford, UK.
Located in South East England, Oxford is Oxfordshire’s county town. Counting more than 150,000 residents, it represents UK’s 52nd biggest city with a diverse, solid economic base. Also known as the “city of dreaming spires” a concept introduced by Matthew Arnold, the well-known poet, Oxford encourages daydreaming but also gives you great reasons to stay wide awake, as its large number of fantastic pubs, restaurants and hotels located in the city centre, will give you something to look at day or night.