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  • "Nice guest house and it was conveniently located for the town centre, the staff were helpful and there was free secure parking available. Room was clean with tea and coffee."
    Kristen Guest score: 7/10

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  • "Friendly hotel is a superb location, the room was warm and welcoming and had everything we needed, unfortunately no breakfast here, but we found a lovely cafe up the road, free WIFI and parking. Happy for the price we paid."
    Daphne Guest score: 9/10

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  • "Pleasant stay at what used to be Oxford Castle. The room was well appointed, with all we needed for a comfortable stay. Central Oxford just 5 minutes walk away. Beautifully cooked food. We look forward to returning!"
    TG Guest score: 7/10

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  • "Great hotel on the High Street in Oxford, and walking distance to the colleges. The staff were efficient and our room was recently refurbished with all the mod cons, lovely decor and very quiet. Delicious food and friendly service. Free WIFI was a bonus too. We would love to return."
    claire Guest score: 7/10

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  • "Swift check-in from professional staff at this beautiful hotel with lovely decor. The room was marvellous with comfy bed, amazing shower and luxurious toiletries and refreshments. Fabulous food with a varied menu and in a prime central location in Oxford. 5 big stars!"
    Jackie Guest score: 7/10

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  • "Gorgeous location beside the river, and right on the High Street, with Bicester Village 20 minutes away. Luxurious room with everything we needed for a pleasant stay. Fantastic food and service. Free parking and free WIFI. Worth every penny!"
    Hazel Guest score: 7/10

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  • "Booked to stay here for 2 nights with a friend and the atmosphere was great, staff were all very friendly and it was just a 5 minute walk to the city centre."
    Matt Wickham Guest score: 7/10

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  • "Nice place to stay in a good location in the centre of Oxford. The room was great, lovely bed, modern bathroom and all the essential. Delicious food cooked to order. Surprisingly quiet. We would not hesitate to return !"
    Neil Guest score: 7/10

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  • "Lovely hotel in a good location, Bath is around 20 minutes walk away. We had a lovely room with good facilities, beautifully furnished and a good quality bed. The food is very good with a varied menu. Plenty of parking and free WIFI. Worth a visit!"
    Darwin Guest score: 7/10

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  • "Great place to stay in a peaceful location with warm and welcoming rooms, delicious breakfast, friendly staff, free WIFI and free parking. We will be back!"
    Tania & Leon Guest score: 8/10

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  • "Very good place to stay within walking distance to the town. The room was well appointed and had everything we needed. Marvelous food with good service and reasonably priced. Free WIFI and parking. We highly recommend!"
    Jarvis Guest score: 7/10

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  • "Perfect stay at Old Parsonage, in a great location in Oxford. My room was charming with comfy bed and fabulous shower. The food is fantastic with a good choice. Lovely decor throughout and helpful staff. 5 big stars!"
    Louise Guest score: 7/10

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  • "Great value place to stay whilst exploring the sights of Oxford. We had a comfortable room with everything we needed for a pleasant stay. Superb food and welcoming staff. We would not hesitate to return!"
    Alma Guest score: 7/10

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  • "A great base when I was working in Oxford, situated just outside the town in a peaceful area. Loved the bedroom that was spacious and had a comfy bed and excellent shower. Amazing cooked breakfast with lots of choice. Free WIFI and parking. Worth every penny!"
    Kermit Guest score: 7/10

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  • "Lovely Hilton, around 20 minutes drive from Oxford, with friendly staff. Stylish room that was modern, clean and comfortable. Impressive food with a good selection. Free WIFI and parking. 5 stars!"
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Wreathed in its instantly recognisable honey coloured limestone and topped with its so-called 'dreaming spires', Oxford presents much more than just a pretty picture. Oxford has a reputation as one of the finest in England, with a university that is undoubtedly one of the best in the world. The colleges of course make for easy sightseeing - around every corner is yet another glorious example of collegiate architecture, but there are also plenty of museums and art galleries to be explored, not to mention shops, bars, restaurants, cafes and, of course, punting.

Carfax clock tower can be found at the very centre of Oxford, at the junction between four of its main streets: St Aldgate's, Cornmarket, Queen Street and High Street. From here, the heart of the city is arguably found a short walk away outside the Radcliffe Camera. This oft-photographed library is the poster child for Oxford University, its domed roof and circular foundation surrounded on all sides by other, just as photogenic, outposts of the colleges; and, of course, you're not far from the Bodleian Library, with its 11 million works and ancient heritage. You're also within sight of the famous Bridge of Sighs which connects the two sides of Hertford College.

Backing onto Radcliffe Square is Exeter College. Founded in the early 14th century, this is where Tolkien first studied at here, and was also the inspiration for Philip Pullman's Jordan College in His Dark Materials. It is also, despite its diminutive size, one of the most regularly filmed colleges in Oxford, which means you may recognise it from any number of television shows and films, but most notably the film adaptation of Northern Lights, and Inspector Morse.

For more Tolkienesque adventures, you can visit his grave in Wolvercote, about two miles north of Oxford, as well as Pembroke College where Tolkien was a fellow throughout the time he was writing The Hobbit. There are, of course, literary landmarks all over the city, and it wouldn't be hard to spend your time going from pub to pub where various groups of authors or intellectuals (or both) are said to have regularly met. The Eagle and Child on St Giles' Street for example is where Tolkien and C.S Lewis' literary band of brothers met during term time, before switching to the Lamb and Flag on the opposite side of the street.

Oxford's history doesn't begin and end with the university and its illustrious graduates, however, and there are plenty more attractions to be seen, such as the fascinating Ashmolean Museum, the unique Pitt Rivers Museum and the Museum of the History of Science which houses the world's most extensive collection of scientific instruments. It is also home to a blackboard covered in scientific equations used by Einstein in 1931! If that's not enough to satisfy your curiosity, the Botanic Gardens, founded in 1621 to study medicinal plants, is a wonderful way to while away an afternoon.

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