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Hotels, B&Bs and Self-Catering accommodation in or near Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire is a county in South East England. It is an ideal place to unwind and relax, thanks to its spectacular scenery, beautiful villages, honey-coloured Cotswold stone architecture, palaces and prestigious colleges. The SpeedyBooker network provides a range of accommodation in or near Oxfordshire. Below you can find those with availability for the dates selected including Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford and Wolfson College, Oxford.
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Lady Margaret Hall is set in acres of gardens bordered by the river, and offers comfortable en suite rooms, with an excellent breakfast.
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Wolfson College offers excellent single/ensuite accommodation in a riverside setting, providing rural tranquility only a few minutes from Oxford city centre.
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Anne McLaren House offers spacious en-suite bedrooms, finished to a high standard of comfort and decoration, close to Oxford City centre and all its amenities.
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Donald Michie House offers spacious en-suite bedrooms, finished to a high standard of comfort and decoration, close to the City centre and all amenities.
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A trailblazer in providing access to Oxford University, this Victorian college offers space, tranquillity and on-site parking (subject to availability).
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With a busy day sightseeing in Oxford, you can unwind in comfort at the St Margaret's Hotel. All our eleven bedrooms are ensuite with pleasant views and retained period features and include those little touches that make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
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Wycliffe Hall is a small college in the North Oxford conservation area, just 15 minutes on foot from the centre of Oxford and all major attractions.
0.9 km from the centre of Oxfordshire
Designed by the award-winning architect the late Rick Mather, the H B Allen Centre provides double ensuite bedrooms in the heart of Oxford.
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