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How to get here
Travel by rail
Oxford station is about a 10-minute taxi ride away from the hotel. Equally you are able to reach us from Radley or Oxford Parkway Station which are a 15-minute drive. Our train links are very good and provide great access to a wider part of the country. You can be at London’s Paddington and Marylebone in around an hour, Birmingham just over an hour and Manchester in 3 hours max.
Travel by car and bus
For travel by car, simply click on the map below or tap our postcode OX4 4GX into your sat-nav. We have parking spaces available at the hotel – so no “where can I park my car?!” stress. Parking is chargeable at £7.50 per night for hotel guests. We also have capacity to charge up to three electric cars, available at £10.00 for 12 hours access. This trip is going to be easy breezy.
For travel by bus from Oxford city centre please use the 3A bus which will drop you to the bus stop just outside the hotel. The bus runs around every 30 minutes.
Travel by air
Our most accessible airport is London Heathrow. From leaving the airport you can arrive at our doors in under an hour. Check out this brilliant service that makes travel from the airport to us even easier
You are also able to fly into Birmingham – and make your way to us via train.
Travel by helicopter
We have a helipad… why not not start your trip by arriving in style?
If you wish to take landing, please get in touch with our duty manager for landing and take off arrangements.
Whilst we love pups, we would like to ask that only “good boys” are brought along. This ensures a happy environment for all guests. There is an additional room cost of £50 per night and a maximum one dog per room. Yes, we know you clean your lovely dog but we need to work extra hard to remove all trace of loose dog hair. Please note, dogs are not allowed in the restaurant or spa. Otherwise they have full roam of the place. We cannot wait for them to explore our garden.