Being opposite the New Theatre , The Grapes makes for a natural stopping-off point after a show. A beautiful brass and ... More
Being opposite the New Theatre , The Grapes makes for a natural stopping-off point after a show. A beautiful brass and mirror-bedecked watering hole, it is friendly and busy; but despite its popularity, you can nearly always find a table. The poster-caked ceiling is a shrine to theater and musicals, and the furniture is comfy and leather-upholstered. The live blues or jazz accompaniment makes it one of the most relaxing places to drink in town. Grapes serves real ale and offers a good selection of wines along with a good food menu.
Newly refurbished, the hotel has a new style and is trendy and contemporary with a friendly atmosphere. The Oxford Hotel
is perfect for either corporate or leisure customers. Amenities:Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Daily Maid Service. Coffee ...
The Holiday Inn Oxford is a new, purpose built 154 bedroomed hotel situated on the north side of this historic
University city. It is ideally located next to the A34 trunk road affording easy access to both the M40 ...
A haven of tranquility, the Old Parsonage Hotel is a thoroughly grown up establishment conveniently located a short walk from
the city center and less than an hour from London, which makes it feel like a countryside retreat despite ...