We stayed at the oxfords Witney hotel three weeks ago whilst attending a friends wedding it was an excellent place to stay within easy reach of venue and taxi was reasonable money distance . Breakfast was excellent and staff friendly welcoming and able , more than happy to get whatever you required
Traveller from buckinghamshire
Situated in Witney, this spa hotel is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from West Witney Sports and Social Club and 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Witney …More
Spent one night here while visiting a hospital.
Staff were friendly and efficient.
Location was good with easy access to city centre.
Rooms were very comfortable and well equipped.
Food was satisfactory.
Traveller from Glasgow
Located in the heart of Oxford, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Bate Collection and Christ Church College …More
The Old Bank is a delightful boutique hotel in the centre of Oxford within easy walking distance of most sights and colleges. The rooms are luxuriously furnished with comfy beds and linens. The hotel service is very good and reception was welcoming. There is an excellent in-house restaurant called Quod where we ate an excellent meal one evening.
The rooms on the High Street can be noisy and it is recommended to request a rear room facing the car park.
The only issue was that there was a nasty smell of drains in our bathroom. It was quickly cleansed, but I suspect that the plumbing needs a more thorough "deep-clean", at least on the top floor where our room was located.
Located in Oxford City Centre, this family-friendly Oxford hotel is steps from All Souls College, University Church of St …More
Very friendly staff, quirky rooms, very clean. Great location to the centre of town. Excellent breakfast facilities. The heating system was very loud and reverberated throughout the hotel, including in the rooms. Whenever a room door was closed it also reverberated throughout other rooms. Our shower took ages to warm up then fluctuated between hot and warm and also cut out on occasions. The toilet also had a fault. We had the afternoon Tea in the visitor’s bar which would have been great if not for the chairs and tables which were less than a foot off the floor which made for very uncomfortable eating and drinking. Even without the mentioned faults the hotel is expensive for what you get, but it was still great fun to stay at.
Traveller from Staffordshire
Located in Oxford City Centre, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Oxford Castle Unlocked, Christ Church …More
Nice welcome and able to check in easily. Staff knowledgeable on the local area. Size of mill rooms as a twin bedroom was rather cramped and we had to ask for a chair to be removed to walk around one side of the bed. Storage was very poor and we ended up leaving our clothes in our suitcases as there was very little room for folded clothes or hanging space. Fine for one night, but any longer is not great. Restaurant was good and menu was varied, albeit some of the dishes were disappointing e.g. Steak.
We were very disappointed that the pool facilities advertised on the website were only for spa customers and if guests wanted to use the pool/sauna, they have to pay a surcharge of £25 per person per day! As a 5 star hotel, this felt inappropriate. In addition, only 16+ can use the pool etc.
Traveller from Radlett
Located in Minster Lovell, this luxury inn is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from West Witney Sports and Social Club and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) …More
The hotel is well located across the street from the Ashmolean museum and walking distance to most things in Oxford. Service was friendly, if a bit lax. Requests to the the front desk were forgotten twice. There appeared to be many trainee employees and several young concierge. All were willing to help, but didn't always follow through. The room was very comfortable. Small, but modern bathroom. Good climate control, hot water and room amenities like comfortable chairs, desk, coffee, tea, refrigerator. Nightly turn down service.
Located in Oxford City Centre, this luxury hotel is steps from Oxford Playhouse and Ashmolean Museum. Exeter College and …More
Witney is a small market town on the River Windrush in Oxfordshire. The traditional local industry was making woolen blankets, and examples of this craft can be found in the Witney and District Museum. Children are entertained at the Cogges Manor Farm Museum--a working Victorian farm--and the town makes a good base for exploring the picturesque Cotswold Hills.