Holidays to Oxfordshire
Thinking of escaping to Oxfordshire? Great idea – in our opinion, it’s one of the best parts of United Kingdom. So you start planning your holiday wardrobe, and we’ll take care of everything else.
Most holidaymakers stick around for 1 and usually travel in December. If you prefer to keep things low-key, though, consider visiting in February – it tends to be the quietest month of the year.
Whenever you go, you won’t have any trouble finding accommodation. We’ve currently got a whopping 307 hotels in Oxfordshire, so whether you want somewhere family friendly or you’re travelling with a big group of mates, there’s sure to be something that ticks the right boxes.
Most people visiting Oxfordshire go for a 3 hotel, which tends to cost around £27.20 a night. And you might also like to know that Travelodge Bicester Cherwell Valley M40, Travelodge Oxford Peartree, Jurys Inn Oxford, Travelodge Oxford Wheatley and Macdonald Randolph Hotel are our most tried-and-tested options.
Prices do vary though, depending on what you’re after. A three-star room usually costs around £27 per night, although we could sort you somewhere for as little as £16. For a four-star hotel, the minimum you’ll pay is £43, but it’s more likely to be around £63. And if you’re feeling fancy and thinking about a five-star place, you should expect to pay £113 per a night – if you’re lucky, though, you might be able to nab somewhere for just £88.
When it comes to getting to Oxfordshire, you’ve got options aplenty there, too.
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