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The Plough
Kelmscott, England

Quintessentially cosy,
sophisticated food,
peaceful rooms

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The Grange
Fort William, Scotland

Beautiful location,
admirably decorated,
luxurious bathrooms

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Gasthof Kohlern
Bolzano, Italy

Commanding views,
unique location,
delicious food

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Blackaddie Country House
Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland

Famous restaurant,
refurbished bedrooms,
warm hospitality

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The Pig at Bridge Place
Kent, England

Mellow ambience,
local food,
laid-back yet sophisticated

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Domaine de la Tortiniere
Veigne, France

Fantastic views,
elegant bedrooms,
friendly staff

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In the city of Oxford, the Old Bank Hotel and the Old Parsonage are under the same ownership but couldn't be more different: the former has a good central Oxford address and is contemporary in design, while the latter occupies a characterful, wisteria-clad house that has been owned by University College since 1320.

  Oxfordshire has a major tourist industry,  especially around the historic city of Oxford, but it also boasts some pleasant historic buildings and interesting little towns and villages.

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Artist Residence Oxfordshire

Mr Hanbury's Mason Arms, Station Road, South Leigh OX29 6XN
A cosy country Inn


Market Street, OX20 1SX, Woodstock, 01993 812291
Four 17thC town houses cleverly amalgamated

Old Bank Hotel

92-94 High Street, OX1 4BN, Oxford, 01865 799 599
Contemporary luxury in Oxford centre

Old Parsonage

1 Banbury Road, OX2 6NN, Oxford, 01865 310 210
Delightful, full of character
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The Traddock

Austwick, Settle, North Yorkshire Dales, LA2 8BY, 01524 251224
A well-considered Yorkshire treat