22. 1 suitable for disabled.
Breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small terrace, Park-and-Ride recommended.
All ages welcomed.
Per room B&B from £165. 2-night min. stay at weekends.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Friendly staff’, thoughtfully equipped bedrooms and a convenient location make this ‘boutique B&B’ a fine choice for visitors to the historic city. David Robinson is the manager. Spread over conjoined 17th- and 18th-century buildings, handsome, heritage-hued bedrooms vary in size. ‘Our top-floor room overlooking the Oxford Union was well furnished, though the shower-only bathroom was small. A well-stocked hospitality tray had complimentary bottled water, crisps and Kit Kats – a nice touch.’ In good weather, you may breakfast on the rear patio: there are seasonal fruits and home-made jams; Cumberland or veggie sausages; ‘nicely cooked eggs Benedict’. Light lunches are available, though dinner isn’t served – ‘but, as the hotel is so central, this isn’t an issue’. 7 mins’ walk from rail station.