Wish you were here?

Hotel Cannero
Lake Maggiore, Italy


17th century monastery,
outdoor terrace,
lake views

Wish you were here?

Domaine de la Tortiniere
Veigne, France

Turreted chateau,
elegant rooms,
charming views

Wish you were here?

Batty Langley's
London, England

Luxury hotel,
vintage style,
near Spitalfields

Wish you were here?

Stow House
Aysgarth, England

Remodelled vicarage,
friendly welcome,
great for walkers

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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, designed with the usual flair of the Artist Residence hotels and with an excellent menu.

Feathers

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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