Oxford Sailing Club
|Handicap Oxford Blue
|161 Boats||Jan 2015|
|RS Aero RS Aero Winters
|25 Boats||Jan 2015|
|Topper Topper Traveller 20th September 2014
|34 Boats||Sep 2014|
|LIGHTNING 368 Lightning Open
|21 Boats||May 2014|
|Handicap Oxford Blue - GJW Direct SailJuice Winter Series
|115 Boats||Jan 2014|
|Lina Guest House||£45|
|Cotswold House - Guest house||£65|
|The Buttery - Guest House||£62|
|The Tower House||£70|
|Dianas Bed and Breakfast||Oxford||£92.00|
|Five Mile View Guest House||£54|
|Old Bank Hotel||£145|
|The Old Bank Hotel||Oxford||£299.00|
|20||Hawkwell House Hotel||Oxford||Situated in the tranquil village of Iffley on the River Thames, Hawkwell House provides a peaceful a... More..|
Situated in the tranquil village of Iffley on the River Thames, Hawkwell House provides a peaceful and pleasant venue and an excellent base from which to explore Oxford, Blenheim Palace and The Cotswolds. Set in three acres of tree lined gardens, Hawkwell House Hotel offers peace and relaxation, whilst affording the convenience of being just a short distance from both the historic City Centre and all major road networks. Stay in one of the comfortable en suite bedrooms or for a special occasion. All bedrooms are complete with modern conveniences including colour television, radio, hairdryer, trouser-press and a welcoming tea and coffee tray. Relax and unwind in our lounge bar and terrace and enjoy great food and drink in our new restaurant, Iffley Blue.
|21||Dog House||Abingdon||The Doghouse Hotel Frilford Heath near Abingdon and Oxford sits with easy access to Abingdon via the... More..|
The Doghouse Hotel Frilford Heath near Abingdon and Oxford sits with easy access to Abingdon via the A420. The traditional Dog House Hotel started its life in the early 18th century as a smallholding, and in later years became an inn in 1847. The name of the Dog House Hotel has rather an unusual origin. In days gone by, wealthy farming gentry sent their offspring to be educated in Oxford and would arrive there complete with their horses and hunting dogs. The Colleges allowed their students to stable horses but not the dogs! Alas, with nowhere else to house the animals, the proprietor of the local inn offered an invaluable 'dog sitting' service and the venue became known as the Dog House. There is also a tradition that the Dog House came by its name because it was once the kennels for a local hunt. Today the Dog House Hotel is a pretty country hotel set in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside. Hotel is a firm favourite with locals and travellers alike and a great base for exploring the local area.
|22||Dial House Guest House||Oxford||The Dial House is built in a Tudor style 4 stars guest house, with free parking and eight spacious e... More..|
The Dial House is built in a Tudor style 4 stars guest house, with free parking and eight spacious en-suite rooms that have wireless access to the Internet. They are furnished individually in a style appropriate for the setting. It is located within an easy walking distance to city centre, and a 7 minute walk to hospitals and to Oxford Brookes University. There are frequent bus services to the City Centre from the doorstep of the House. A coach stop to London or airports is within 5 minutes walking distance from the House, and the coach service to London is every 10 minutes. It takes just over 1 hour to reach Marble Arch in London.
|23||The Bell Inn||Witney||The Bell Inn is situated on the edge of the Cotswold’s, in the Village of Ducklington, just of... More..|
The Bell Inn is situated on the edge of the Cotswold’s, in the Village of Ducklington, just off of the A415 and A40. it is a pre-13th century building with thatched roof and open fires, very much an olde worlde village pub! As you come into the village you will see the village church (origin 1150) the village duckpond and the Bell Inn. The village of Ducklington is a great community and all the locals having a story to tell about the history of the pub and the village and playing old but simple pub games. We have a pool table situated in the lounge area, a TV screen and a hook the ring on the horn! Aunt sally is played weekly and is part of a big Oxford traditional league game, well worth watching! The original part of the pub apparently was built for the workers that built the church, it was then extended to make further bar room a restaurant and B&B. Occasionally we do have live music on a Friday or Saturday night (although not often 3 or 4 times a year) although we aim to be finished by 11.30pm please do bear this in mind if you are booking with children.
|24||Sherwood||Frilford Heath||Sherwood is a newly built country house, set in six acres of woodland, in the heart of Oxford's ... More..|
Sherwood is a newly built country house, set in six acres of woodland, in the heart of Oxford's countryside. It offers a perfect setting, overlooking the adjacent Frilford Heath Golf Club, one of the finest courses in south England, and just a short drive (7 miles) form the historic city of Oxford. It offers luxury en-suite guest rooms, where guest comfort is a number one priority. With access to various gastro pubs, country walks, visits to Millets Farm and the quaint streets of Oxford, Sherwood creates a taste of English countryside at its best.
|25||Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel||Oxford||Just over three miles from the centre of Oxford, this luxury four star hotel offers an elegant retre... More..|
Just over three miles from the centre of Oxford, this luxury four star hotel offers an elegant retreat from the bustle of the city. Set in 30 acres of beautiful parkland leading down to the River Thames, its unique architectural style incorporates charming medieval buildings, along with sympathetically designed modern additions. From the stunning baronial-style reception area to the elegant River Room Restaurant, you could not find a more perfect setting for a memorable stay. Sit back with a drink in one of the hotel’s beautiful lounge areas, or enjoy a meal from the tempting Crusader’s Lounge menu. For dining with a stunning view of parkland and the River Thames, choose the River Room Restaurant, where the menu offers the best of classic and contemporary cuisine. Hotel guests can make full use of Jeromes Leisure Club during their stay, and can enjoy the Roman-style swimming pool, spa bath, sauna, steam room and state of the art gymnasium. Outside, there is a riverside tennis court and acres of parkland to walk in. Oxford has something to appeal to every visitor. The famous Bicester Village outlet shopping centre is nearby, as is Blenheim Palace, perfect for a day out.
|26||The Old Court Hotel||Witney||The Old Court Hotel has turned over a new leaf. All our rooms have been refurbished to a high standa... More..|
The Old Court Hotel has turned over a new leaf. All our rooms have been refurbished to a high standard, with easy on the eye tasteful decor, with well placed mixture of modern and antique furniture to give our rooms a warm homely feel. Practical and well maintained, the Old Court Hotel Witney is perfect for exploring the Cotswolds and its lovely villages and ancient towns. It is an easy drive to Woodstock's Blenheim Palace as well as to the city of Oxford, which is known for its architecture and university. Situated farther afield is Stratford, a visitor favourite known for its Shakespearean attractions. Downtown Witney is a short drive and it is home to a large leisure centre and several sports facilities for golfing, rugby and football. The Cogges Farm Museum is near the hotel. The restaurant on site specialises in Thai and Chinese cuisine. The Market town of Witney in the Oxfordshire Cotswold is on the River Windrush, 10 miles from Oxford. Witney is the largest town in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds and has grown rapidly over the last 50 years but still retains the feel of a charming and bustling market town with an excellent range of shops and a twice weekly market. Once famous across the world for its blanket making, gloves and other woolen goods. Much of the town's architecture reflects the prosperity brought by the woolen trade. Witney Lake and Meadows is a tranquil haven for wildlife just a short walk from the town centre. Get away from it all with a walk around a beautiful lake and through peaceful fields. Just a few miles from Witney you will find Blenheim Palace, home of the 11th Duke of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.
|27||The Fleece||WITNEY||Located in central Witney, overlooking The Church Green The Fleece is stylish and charming with a ve... More..|
Located in central Witney, overlooking The Church Green The Fleece is stylish and charming with a very friendly welcome. Excellent food and cosy rooms.situated on the border of the cotswolds and close to Oxford.An evening at The Fleece is as relaxing as a weekend away.8 miles from oxford and 20 miles from Cheltenham, Moreton in Marsh and Bicester, Witney is in the middle of the Cotswolds and a perfect base for touring Central England.
|28||The Macdonald Bear Hotel||Woodstock||Macdonald Bear Hotel is one of the finest 4-star hotels in Oxfordshire and part of The Macdonald Hot... More..|
Macdonald Bear Hotel is one of the finest 4-star hotels in Oxfordshire and part of The Macdonald Hotels' Signature Collection. Set in Woodstock - know as the "Gateway to the Cotswold", in what was once a 13th century coaching inn, our hotel combines history and culture with exceptional facilities. Few steps away from the magnificent Blenheim Palace and with direct access to the historic city of Oxford, our hotel is a popular choice for leisure breaks, business and weddings. Ask at reception for a VIP invitation to Bicester Outlet Shopping Village, containing vouchers with discounts of up to 60% off brands including Timberland, Paul Smith, FCUK and Villeroy & Boch Our hotel is a perfect venue for celebrations, events and conferences; we boast superb hotel accommodation, stylish meeting and function rooms, peaceful views over the courtyard and stunning period features. We recommend a visit to our award-winning restaurant and bar for the finest of fares and a well deserved nightcap. Macdonald Bear Hotel boasts beautiful views of the picturesque town of Woodstock, from the comfort of your luxurious and peaceful hotel room. Our 54 elegant and individually-styled bedrooms are comfortable, traditionally furnished and boast a range of modern conveniences. Free wi-fi provided.
|29||Marlborough Arms||Woodstock, Nr Oxford||The Marlborough Arms is a beautiful 14th century coaching inn, situated in the heart of Woodstock, o... More..|
The Marlborough Arms is a beautiful 14th century coaching inn, situated in the heart of Woodstock, overlooking historical streets. Whilst guests can enjoy the tranquillity of the surroundings they still have good links to the M40. The hotel is now under new ownership and has been elegantly finished in a classic style in-keeping with the character of the building and surrounding area, with contemporary touches throughout. Guests can also take advantage of the hotels own car park located directly behind the hotel. Each of the ten luxurious en-suite bedrooms are all individually themed with a focus on comfort and relaxation. All rooms differ in shape, size and style, ranging from the Cobalt Room, which is situated overlooking the courtyard which has a contemporary feel with beautiful sensuous fabrics and natural morning light, through to the Sepia Room, which is a very large room with a striking interior of deep greys and gentle soft tones, set off with modern lamps and cushions. All of the rooms have dimmer controlled lighting, flat screen television, tea and coffee making facilities. Along with a bath or large walk in shower, some rooms are equipped with both! Woodstock has a beautiful town square, ivy clad facades, fascinating architecture breathing romance and history, Woodstock is the perfect destination to find that unusual gift or to enjoy a special break. Places of interest to visit in Woodstock include Blenheim Palace, The Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock Wall Hangings and Town Walks. Nearby is Rousham Park House & Garden and the theatre.
|30||The Blue Boar||Witney||Beer, Bread, Blankets. These are the staples that historically, Witney is famous for. The Blue Boar ... More..|
Beer, Bread, Blankets. These are the staples that historically, Witney is famous for. The Blue Boar redefines these symbols, providing a stylish bar, restaurant and rooms in which quality and comfort is paramount. Formerly known as The Marlborough Hotel, The Blue Boar has benefited from a £3m investment, and boasts 20 boutique style bedrooms and an elegant function room. Each of the 20 en-suite bedrooms is individually designed in boutique-style, with luxury bathrooms and of course, the famous Witney blankets. All of the rooms also feature iPod docking stations, flatscreen televisions, tea and coffee making facilities and free WiFi. Whether visiting the Blue Boar for business or for pleasure, the high quality finish of the rooms guarantees a warm and comfortable stay.