Best Oxford holiday apartments
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Urban Living's - The HuxleyUrban Living's - The Huxley is situated in the Oxford City Centre district of Oxford, 2.2 km from University of Oxford, less than 1 km from Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology and an 11-minute walk from Blackfriars Hall. There is an in-house restaurant, plus free private parking and free WiFi are available.Book now
Mercure Oxford Eastgate HotelOff Oxford High Street and opposite Magdalen College, this 17th-century converted coaching inn was often visited by the famous novelists J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S Lewis whilst being fellows of Oxford University. Oxford’s main shopping district is 10 minutes’ walking distance.Book now
Courtyard by Marriott Oxford City CentreWell set in Oxford, Courtyard by Marriott Oxford City Centre provides air-conditioned rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi and a bar. Featuring a terrace, the hotel is close to several noted attractions, around 1.1 km from University of Oxford, less than 1 km from Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology and a 13-minute walk from Blackfriars Hall. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk and a concierge service for guests.Book now
Urban Living's - The Burley Luxury City ApartmentOffering free WiFi and city views, Urban Living's - The Burley Luxury City Apartment is an accommodation located in the centre of Oxford, just 800 metres from Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology and less than 1 km from Blackfriars Hall. The property is 2.2 km from University of Oxford and 2.3 km from History of Science Museum.Book now
Cherwell Guest HouseCherwell Guest House offers accommodation with free WiFi in Oxford, conveniently set 1.6 km from University of Oxford. The property is close to popular landmarks like St Stephen's House, St Hilda's College and Corpus Christi College Oxford, all reachable within 1.1 km.Book now
Renowned throughout the world for its famous university, the city of Oxford is an ancient English settlement that is now a modern and vibrant metropolitan area with a population of over 160,000. Stunning examples of 17th and 18th century architecture can be seen at almost every turn, and that is why Oxford is one of the most visited cities in England. There are dozens of historical sites, museums and galleries to explore, so a comfortable base in the city is a must. Holiday apartments in Oxford give visitors the chance to stay on the doorstep of many of Oxford’s most famous landmarks, and that can save precious time when trying to squeeze so many attractions into one visit.
Well Appointed Holiday Apartments in Oxford
Some people miss the privacy and comfort of their own home when they travel, but holiday apartments in Summertown include all of the mod-cons, amenities and luxuries that people miss whilst away. And with so much to do and see, a comfortable refuge in Oxford is a must. Carfax Tower, for instance, is a 13th century tower that once formed part of St.Martin’s Church. The University Church of St. Mary the Virgin is the city’s largest parish Church, and it was the building from which the world-famous Oxford University grew. Just a few miles away stands The Martyr’s Memorial that commemorates the city’s martyrs in the 1500s. The Saxon Tower of St. Michael is also well worth a visit, as it is Oxford’s oldest building – dating back to around 1040.
Holiday Accommodation in Oxford Gives You a Chance to Sample the City at Close Quarters
The city of Oxford is absolutely brimming with interesting buildings, memorials and historical sites, but that essence is not always possible to absorb when staying in hotels. However, many of the properties on the 9flats website are located in real neighbourhoods, and that allows people to live in some of the UK’s oldest and most interesting urban areas. Holiday accommodation in Headlington Hill could mean you are right on the doorstep of attractions such as Nicholas Hawksmoor’s Clarendon Building, the Sheldonian Theatre and the Bodleian Library. However, book-lovers should not let a visit to Oxford pass without a visit to Blackwell’s bookstore. It features Europe’s largest room devoted to the selling of books – home to an amazing 10,000 square feet of bookshelves packed with a rich and diverse range of reading material.
Many people touring the UK have turned to couchsurfing in Oxford as a way of finding affordable accommodation within real communities. The service offered by the 9flats website is similar in nature, but it also gives travellers the option of renting an entire property – there is simply no better way of discovering a local community. With all of the latest appliances and technological luxuries, the properties on the 9flats website deliver a level of privacy and opulence that hotels just can’t match. So, whether you are looking for holiday apartments in Liverpool or private accommodation in Liege, you can now sample authentic cultures and traditions at close quarters – around the world.