The Mercure Whately Hall Hotel is several hundred years old, and is spacious and comfortably furnished. The Mercure Whately Hall Hotel, originally a 17th-century coaching inn, is close to Banbury Cross.
The Cromwell, having recently benefited from a refurbishment, has 23 en- suite rooms, a conference/meeting room that can accommodate up to 40 people, and there is free parking at the rear of the hotel. The hotel is centrally located in Banbury close to all the amenities and a lively night life.
The Lismore is a comfortable and tastefully furnished two star hotel retaining the ambiance of a Victorian house. A friendly and informal hotel with an open log fire in the bar lounge during the winter. .
An ideal base for touring the Cotswolds, Stratford and Oxford. Nestling in the heart of Oxfordshire, 3 minutes walk from Banbury Cross, this Georgian property combines traditional elegance and grace with all of the convenience of modern amenities, resulting in a hotel that caters for the individual needs of its every guest.
The inn overlooks the old village green. The bar has a list of landlords dating back to before the Civil War. In the civil war, the inn was a Royalist-owned hostelry. The restaurant serves the best English and Continental cuisine, and the hotel offers facilities for small private functions and conferences.
Located in the village of Wroxton St. Mary, just outside of Banbury (5 minutes away), Wroxton House is a manor house built in honeyed local stone with 3 village houses dating from the 17th century linked to it and with a delightful clock tower wing and conservatory lounge.
Recently extended to create a great restaurant private hotel on the outskirts of Banbury. Ajacent to M40 Junction 11. Privately owned and run by Phil and Karen Slater, offering a friendly personal service.
Mine Hill is situated on the edge of the Cotswolds with stunning views over open countryside and a perfect location for exploring Oxford and the Cotswolds.
This elegant 17th century hotel offers exceptional hospitality and service in a relaxed atmosphere, in both the hotel and our award-winning Mediterranean restaurant.
The Deddington Arms Hotel overlooks the beautiful market square of Deddington at the gateway to the Cotswolds and is well situated for visits to many beautiful and interesting places locally, making it an ideal place to stay for a long weekend or a longer break in the countryside.
The White Horse Inn is a charming 17th Century coaching inn set in the delightful village of Duns Tew on the eastern edge of the Cotswolds. With the low beams and original flagstone floors, combined with the open fire and relaxed atmosphere, this is a special place to stay.