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All reviews turf tavern freshly baked croissants warm rolls central oxford bridge of sighs continental breakfast is expensive city great location for visiting bodleian library great pub low ceilings old building friendly hotel train station a lovely stay visit oxford noise
Quirky and friendly, a unique little place deep in the heart of Oxfordshire.
If you like history rather than modernity then Bath Place would suit you.
Note that some of the rooms are up curly steep stair cases which is quaint, but tricky for less...More
Five of us stayed in this hotel for a couple of nights. It was quaint, charming and very comfortable. Perfectly located right in the middle of the town but at the same time very peaceful.Our room overlooked a pub garden but remarkably we didn't hear...More
The two stars are for the central location and the fact that the room was clean. Beyond that, however, I don't have many positive things to say. I do not expect air conditioning, but it would certainly help in a place where you simply cannot...More
We had a very noisy room overlooking the Turf pub, drunks shouting late into the evening meant we were unable to sleep even though jet lagged. Our room was okay, a bit on the grubby side, both towels had stains on them. Check in was...More
Very central and realy old building with almost miniature rooms and that what makes it peculiar. In perfect harmony with the surounding enviromentt made our stay in Oxford perfect. The somehow noisy taverna nearby might cause a problem. All you have to do is go...More