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Jurys Inn Oxford

5 Rawson Close, OX2 8BS Oxford
5 min drive from Oxford’s historic center
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Oxford

Best known as the home of one of the world’s most prestigious universities, Oxford is the England of story books: elegant medieval colleges, buildings hewn from honey-yellow limestone and pretty cobbled streets. Unsurprisingly, Oxford is also the city that inspired literary greats including JRR Tolkein and CS Lewis, and is home to the magnificent Bodleian Library. Whether you’re visiting to explore the city’s remarkable history or to immerse yourself in its culture, there are a number of Oxford hotels available, and Jurys Inn Oxford is well placed for both Oxford city centre and the wider area.

Get your bearings

Located in the heart of Oxfordshire in south-east England, Oxford is enviably positioned, surrounded by beautiful countryside and historic properties including Blenheim Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Oxford city centre is just as packed with historic spots, including the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, and the fascinating Oxford University Museum of Natural History, as well as the adjoining Pitt Rivers Museum, home to an impressive anthropological collection.

Don’t miss

Not everyone comes to Oxford to study, and you’ll discover a darker side to the city at Oxford Castle and Prison. With almost 1,000 years of history, the castle came into use as a prison in the 14th-century, and only closed its doors in 1996. If all that sounds a bit too sinister for you, you’ll find light relief in the city’s shopping options, both in independent boutiques in the 18th-century covered market and the modern Westgate Oxford Centre.

While you’re there

Situated on both the River Cherwell and the River Thames, a visit to Oxford wouldn’t be complete without taking a punt – and we don’t mean placing a bet. Head to the Magdalen Bridge Boathouse where you can hire a vessel and learn the art of punting (or hire a chauffeur if you’re worried about getting wet). After that, in a city as classical as Oxford, there’s only one place to go: a proper British pub for a hard-earned drink. Head to The Lamb and Flag or The Eagle and Child and you’ll be drinking in the same establishments where Lewis and Tolkein once frequented.

Best known as the home of one of the world’s most prestigious universities, Oxford is the England of story books: elegant medieval colleges, buildings...
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