Oxford Sailing Club
|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|
|Topper Southern Traveller 6 Oxford
|30 Boats||Sep 2013|
|Topper 2013 Southern Traveller 6 Oxford SC
|30 Boats||Sep 2013|
|The Buttery - Guest House||£62|
|The Tower House||£70|
|Dianas Bed and Breakfast||Oxford||£70.00|
|Five Mile View Guest House||£54|
|Old Bank Hotel||£145|
|The Old Bank Hotel||Oxford||£199.00|
|Lakeside Guest House||£65|
|20||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 woollen goods. Much of the town's architecture reflects the prosperity brought by the woollen 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.
|21||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.
|22||Oxford Witney Four Pillars Hotel||Witney||A smart four star hotel in Witney, Oxfordshire, ideally located near to Burford and the Cotswolds. D... More..|
A smart four star hotel in Witney, Oxfordshire, ideally located near to Burford and the Cotswolds. Designed in the architectural style of the nearby Cotswolds, yet with all the contemporary business and leisure facilities you could wish for, The Oxford Witney Four Pillars Hotel offers style, comfort and fantastic value in the heart of Oxfordshire. The hotel has a bar & brasserie offering a wide range of food and drinks. While staying at Witney Hotel, you will be given complimentary membership of our leisure club, enabling you to enjoy our leisure facilities to the full. Splash out in our swimming pool or relax in the spa bath, steam room and sauna. If you would like to improve your fitness, our fully equipped, air-conditioned gym is ideal.
|23||B&B Rafters||Marcham||B&B Rafters combines the comfort of staying with friends with the stylish touches you expect fro... More..|
B&B Rafters combines the comfort of staying with friends with the stylish touches you expect from a contemporary hotel. We are the proud holders of five AA Stars and a special breakfast accolade. Whether you are staying with us on business or for a relaxing break, B&B Rafters is dedicated to provinding the very best. Join us and discover a place to relax.
|24||Corncroft Guest House||Witney||Corncroft is a high class guest house built in the 18th Century and situated in the market town of W... More..|
Corncroft is a high class guest house built in the 18th Century and situated in the market town of Witney, Oxfordshire. Proprietor Richard Turner offers excellent facilities and a personal service. All rooms are furnished in Queen Ann or Jacobian style furniture, with either four poster or slay beds. All rooms are equipped with tea making facilities and flat screen televisions. All room have en-suite bathrooms. with either a shower or bath and shower. The dining room accomodates a maximum of 18 guests offering full english or continental breakfast. close to the cotswolds, including Bourton on the water , and Burford etc.also near by is Blenheim palace, and the university city of Oxford.
|25||Oxford Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel||Oxford Abi||Located on the outskirts of the historic town of Abingdon-on-Thames, yet within walking distance of ... More..|
Located on the outskirts of the historic town of Abingdon-on-Thames, yet within walking distance of the town centre and only six miles from Oxford, this three star hotel offers you all the comforts of home, away from home. The contemporary design, along with the modern facilities, delivers all the needs of today’s guest in a convenient location. The Octagon Bar and Restaurant is the perfect place to unwind and offers a tempting range of meals on its Bar & Grill menu, ranging from light snacks to hearty main courses. In good weather, guests can relax al fresco on the attractive terrace.
|26||the crown and thistle||Abingdon||The history of Abingdon and its favourite coaching inn are intertwined. In this homely, intriguing a... More..|
The history of Abingdon and its favourite coaching inn are intertwined. In this homely, intriguing and delightfully eclectic building, innkeepers have been serving beer and food and laying fresh linen on cosy beds, for four centuries. You could fall in love with The Crown & Thistle – with its gently meandering layout, architectural variety and relaxed, modern style. This is the 400-year-old Grade II listed coaching inn immaculately refurbished in late 2013 for 21st-century tastes. Our rooms are fresh with contemporary colour and design, yet the unmistakable hand of bygone craftsmen still shows itself in the quirky angles, aged beams and swirling patterns of courtyard cobbles. We love what time and generations of innkeepers have created at The Crown & Thistle. Even the 200-year-old wisteria that wraps one of our bars in its leafy embrace has a story to tell: it was planted around the time the first mail coaches arrived. No two bedrooms are alike at The Crown & Thistle. Each of our 18 guest rooms is a delight – cosy and idiosyncratic with ancient beams, flashes of exposed brickwork and rich wallpapers created by British designers. Our interior designers have used the building’s abundant variety to create a series of stylish and fun-filled escapes. Some overlook the bustle of Bridge Street, others look inwards across the cobbled courtyard. They offer the best views of the inn’s vernacular architecture as it developed across so many generations of builders. Inside you can look forward to a sound night’s sleep between crisp white linen in a four-poster bed surrounded by modern comforts. Each room has an en-suite bathroom with traditional roll-top bath or shower, air-conditioning, flat-screen television, iPod docking station, unlimited Wi-Fi, tea and coffee-making facilities and a well-stocked mini bar. The Barn is our 17 th -century function room where we’ve peeled back the years to reveal original beams and ancient stone walls softened by time. This spectacular timber-vaulted venue, has its own private bar and can accommodate 64 seated guests or 100 buffet guests. So, whether you are looking for a dreamy wedding venue or a punchy location for a corporate event we can cater for all your requirements.
|27||Sturdys Castle Inn||Oxford||A Warm Welcome Sturdy's Castle Country Inn, located between the West Oxfordshire villages of Tac... More..|
A Warm Welcome Sturdy's Castle Country Inn, located between the West Oxfordshire villages of Tackley and Kidlington and conveniently located near to Woodstock, can not only offer its visitors comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation and quality cuisine in its 80 seat restaurant, but also a friendly and relaxing bar lounge in which to enjoy a drink with friends and family. Sturdy's Castle is the perfect setting for those seeking somewhere to stay close to the many of Oxfordshire's delightful tourist attractions. Located just outside of Kidlington on the A4260 Oxford to Banbury Road, Sturdy's Castle sits at the gateway to the Cotswolds, boasting some of Britain's most beautiful countryside, towns & villages. Blenheim Palace, the ancestral home of Winston Churchill, can be found less than 3 miles away in the charming market town of Woodstock; and the famous dreaming spires of the internationally renowned university city of Oxford are also a mere 9 miles away.
|28||Bird in Hand||Witney||The Bird in Hand Inn is a classic Cotswolds country Inn located in Whiteoak Green, Oxfordshire, near... More..|
The Bird in Hand Inn is a classic Cotswolds country Inn located in Whiteoak Green, Oxfordshire, near Witney on the B4022, just outside the small village of Hailey. This classic Cotswolds hotel is an ideal location in the heart of the country within a few miles of Oxford, Chipping Norton and major motorways. The Bird in Hand Inn is surrounded by the beautiful scenery and rolling countryside of the Cotswolds, this Grade II listed building is made of traditional local stone and slate and boasts beautiful original features. Typical of the region, the Bird in Hand was originally constructed in the traditional manner in the 17th century. Today, the inn has been totally renovated, but is still rich in original charm and gorgeous period features, such as natural Cotswold stone and heavy wooden beams. Each of the rooms has its own unique, individual warmth and character. The oldest room is the heart of the hotel. The huge inglenook fireplace blazes away with enormous logs during the cold winter nights and during the hot summer season, the hearth is decorated with a display of local flowers. With excellent service, mouth-watering food and a warm, friendly, relaxing atmosphere, the Inn is great as a base from which to discover the delights of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas. Why not come and enjoy a few refreshing drinks, some light lunch or the beautiful views of the surrounding countryside, whilst relaxing in the summer sunshine on our seated patio. The food offering, prepared by Head Chef David Morgan, concentrating on locally sourced, seasonal produce, from local farmers and producers, is recommended by The Gourmet Society. For a list of our local suppliers, please take a look at our Links Page where we will highlight these great, local suppliers. As well as the superb food offering, The Bird In Hand boasts 16 letting bedrooms, all furnished to the highest standards. These rooms include 2 family rooms and two rooms with full disabled access. The accommodation is set in its own quadrangle, away from the hustle and bustle of the bar and restaurant areas, allowing for a tranquil night's sleep whenever you should wish to retire. These AA**** rated rooms offer an excellent base to explore the beauty of the Cotswolds, or a great place for a business meeting, making use of one of our fully equipped meeting rooms.
|29||Dashwood Restaurant, Rooms and Bar||Kirtlington||Twelve miles north of Oxford in the village of Kirtlington, Dashwood Restaurant, Rooms and Bar provi... More..|
Twelve miles north of Oxford in the village of Kirtlington, Dashwood Restaurant, Rooms and Bar provides luxurious accommodation in an 18th-century Cotswold stone inn and converted barn. Offering rustic British and brasserie-style dining, Dashwood also provides free parking and Wi-Fi to guests. Stylishly designed rooms all have an en suite shower or bath, with hairdryer and luxury toiletries supplied. There is a flat-screen TV with DVD player and tea and coffee facilities in each room, one of which has disabled access. A wide-ranging restaurant menu includes Dashwood’s signature barbecue smoked meats and homemade burgers. Steaks, chicken and fish dishes are joined by inventive vegetarian options and a range of indulgent desserts. This Oxfordshire inn lies on the edge of the Cotswolds, with the historic town of Woodstock and architectural splendour of Blenheim Palace just 5 miles away. Not to mention the ever popular Bicester Village Designer Outlet Shopping Centre on your doorstep (guests of The Dashwood get to enjoy 10% off VIP Shopping Vouchers – please ask at reception). Spend your day visiting Cotswolds towns such as Chipping Norton and Stow-on-the-Wold. You can reach Oxford city centre’s theatres, cinemas, museums and castle in just 20 minutes. We look forward to welcoming you to The Dashwood.
|30||The Cherry Tree||Abingdon||Whether you are popping in for a quiet drink, a great lunch or looking for somewhere to stay, The Ch... More..|
Whether you are popping in for a quiet drink, a great lunch or looking for somewhere to stay, The Cherry Tree offers a warm, homely welcome. A superb place to spend your time whilst in the Medieval village of Steventon. The Cherry Tree is a beautiful 18th Century building and is still run as a traditional village pub, serving as the heart of its community. The low ceilings, oak beams and 3 open fireplaces are cosy in the winter whilst the large courtyard with giant umbrellas and heaters are perfect for those warm summer evenings. We are well known in the village and surrounding areas for our diverse selection of real ales, featuring 6 full time Wadworth brews and a further rotating guest ales. Come and join our regulars for a relaxing drink or bite to eat, or for a more lively visit pop along to our ever popular pub quiz each Monday night. The Cherry Tree is also a B&B and has 7 Comfortable, En-suite Bedrooms, convenient for The Milton Business Park or Harwell Science Park