If you’re staying in the fine old city of Oxford with its beautiful spires and universities, there are many places to stay, including apartments, hotels, hostels.
Looking for where to reside in Oxford and Oxfordshire? There is a great selection of fantastic locations to stay in Oxford and its environs.
Find Oxford accommodation at the centre of the city that can meet your every need and budget, choose a family run bed and breakfast in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds and enjoy a warm and friendly welcome or perhaps a self-catering cottage as your base. There are also many hotels in Oxfordshire from basic to luxury, with spas for an extra special treat.
With so much charming tourist accommodation, the Oxfordshire Cotswolds means you have loads of choice.
Accommodation in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds encompasses charming hotels, pubs and inns to welcoming bed & breakfasts and lovely self catering cottages. There's also the choices of caravans & camping and staying green.
Whether you’re after stylish, luxury accommodation, lovely Cotswold cottages, or just a great selection of mid-priced options, you can find it here. You can sleep easy as all the accommodation on our website comes with a quality assurance.
From classical art to shrunken heads in the Pitt Rivers, the city has many museums to match all tastes. The admission to most is free, so if you have a few minutes or even all day, pop into a museum and check out the amazing things on offer.
Contained in a stunning building across from the Randolph Hotel, the Ashmolean has pictures, coins, musical instruments, artefacts, statues of deities, and an unmissable Egyptian exhibit.
Founded in 1965, the Modern Art Oxford is the leading centre for modern and contemporary art of the south east.
The Oxford University Museum of Natural History homes the University's scientific collections of zoological, biological, geological, palaeontological and mineralogical artefacts, accumulated in the course of the previous three centuries.
The Pitt Rivers Museum is one of the city’s most popular attractions, renowned for its period mood and incredible collections from several cultures around the world, both past and present. The entrance to the Pitt Rivers Museum is through the Oxford University Museum Natural History. The Pitt Rivers' entrance is at the farthest side from the main entrance, so you need to walk across the ground floor to reach it.
The Pitt Rivers has three floors of unusual artefacts contained in display cabinets - including masks, war artefacts, musical instruments and much more, with a memorable period atmosphere. Most visitors don't spot the drawers beneath many of the cabinets that can display more hidden treasures.