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Banbury is a thriving bustling town with many shops providing good retail therapy and a wide selection of restaurants and accommodation providers to give plenty of choice to meet all tastes and budgets.
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4-star inn with restaurant and bar/lounge
Situated in Banbury, this inn is 3 mi (4.8 km) from Broughton Castle and within 20 mi (32 km) of Blenheim Palace and Silverstone Circuit. Bicester Village and Warwick Castle are also within 25 mi (40 km).
This inn features a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and a meeting room. Free WiFi in public areas and free self parking are also provided. Additionally, a 24-hour front desk, tour/ticket assistance, and a garden are onsite.
All 25 rooms provide free WiFi, room service, and coffee makers. Other amenities available to guests include hair dryers, phones, and ironing boards.
The BEST WESTERN PLUS Wroxton House Hotel offers a traditional charm in the delightful Cotswold village of Wroxton just 2 miles from Banbury. With Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Oxford and Birmingham all nearby, the location is as convenient as it is beautiful.
This is a rare opportunity to step back in time and experience the appeal of this thatched manor house, dating in parts to 1649, whilst enjoying the equally important quality and service demanded by today's guests.
A trip to the heart of England wouldn't be complete without a visit to some (or all) of the many architectural delights it boasts. From Warwick Castle and Blenheim Palace, the Cathedrals of Oxford and Coventry, to the many National Trust and English Heritage properties you'll never be short of things to do or sights to see when you stay at the BEST WESTERN PLUS Wroxton House Hotel.
The BEST WESTERN Banbury House Hotel offers charming Georgian accommodation in the attractive market town of Banbury. Half way between London and Birmingham, you'll be perfectly placed to get to and from a business meeting, or discover the many delights of the Cotswolds, Oxford, Stratford and Warwick nearby.
However, as Banbury Cross and the town centre are just a pleasant stroll away, you'll be just as happy closer to 'home'! In addition to comfortable rooms at this magnificent hotel, you can also stay in one of our delightful, fully serviced Dashwood Apartments. Conveniently situated in a quiet area close to the hotel, these quality pads' are perfect for the business traveller, as well as anyone who needs short term accommodation as they relocate to the area!
Welcome to Uplands House – a charming and inviting Cotswold home
Uplands House near Banbury is a luxury five star bed and breakfast with a Gold Award, overlooking a Cotswold area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the heart of England.
Near to Moreton-in-Marsh, Stratford-on-Avon, Chipping Campden, and Warwick Castle, it provides the perfect base for visiting many of the wonderful events and attractions in the local area.
Your hosts, Poppy and Graham provide the very best in English country house hospitality. The watchwords here are a very warm welcome, friendliness, kindness, comfort, and good food. Guests normally arrive in time for for tea, served with delicious home made cake, either by the fire in the Winter or on the terrace in Summer.
The en-suite bedrooms at Uplands are sumptuously furnished and very comfortable, guaranteeing a thoroughly restful night’s sleep. Guests are also invited to use the garden terrace and the drawing room, both are ideal places for relaxing.
Most of our visitors eat with us on their night of arrival and you may wish to really treat yourselves to the fine dining experience that awaits you at Uplands House.
A proper Warwickshire breakfast is served in the mornings at a time of your choice.
If you don't want to go anywhere, enjoy in the garden, play croquet on the lawn, or
sit and watch the many species of birds with a peaceful backdrop of grazing sheep.
Tariffs per night (double occupancy and inclusive of full English breakfast) - Tulip Room £130.00, Chinese Room Room £150.00 and Four poster room £180.00. Single occupancy is available - see our website for comprehensive information.
A four course
dinner is £40 per person.
A two course supper is also available at £20.00.
Payment is by cheque, cash or credit card and we ask for a non returnable deposit
of 50% of the first night's booking when the reservation is made.
Please note that Uplands House is a non-smoking establishment.
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Situated within its own 200 acres of farm land and grass paddocks, Cropredy Lawn is a family farmhouse with stunning views overlooking north Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire. The house, which dates back to 1770’s, has many period features including listed stone flag flooring and open fires in the drawing room and dining room.
On arrival guests will be welcomed with a cup of tea and cake and a Full English breakfast is served in the dining room.
Guests are welcome to walk all around the farm where there are grass tracks, alternatively from the property there are numerous footpaths across the unspoilt rural countryside. The Oxford Canal runs through Cropredy where there are lovely walks along the tow path and into Banbury.
• FROM £110 PER NIGHT
• 10 MINUTES DRIVE TO BANBURY
• 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS
• FAMILY ROOM OPTION AVAILABLE
• COOKED OR CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
• TEA & CAKE ON ARRIVAL
Cropredy Lawn is 5 miles north of Banbury, 20 miles south of Daventry, 5 miles from J11 of the M40 and 8.8 miles from J12 of the M40. Birmingham Airport is 28 miles away. SatNav set to OX17 1DR will bring you to Cropredy Lawn.
MORNING ON THE GALLOPS
Cropredy Lawn is a racehorse training yard for Paul Webber where approximately 50 horses are trained on site.
For those of you who are interested in horse racing, alongside the bed and breakfast there is the opportunity combine your stay with a ‘behind the scenes’ experience watching the horses on the gallops with the trainer.
Easington house is a lovingly restored 15th century farmhouse offering the very best of country life, with just enough style and sophistication.
Rooms are individually decorated, and despite the history of the building feature modern amenities such as flat screen TV’s, hospitality trays and in room Wi-Fi.
The character filled interior offers numerous fireplaces, lovely exposed beams. There is also free parking on the grounds.
Priding itself on its English heritage, Easington House serves full English breakfast and a delicious afternoon tea. The licensed restaurant serves creative country fare, and tries to source meat, poultry and produce locally wherever possible.
Easington House is just on the edge of Banbury, and attractions in the village are all within walking distance. Further afield, Bicester Village is 15 miles to the south, while the dreaming spires of Oxford are 23 miles away.
Welcome to Heath Farm in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds
Five award-winning luxury self-catering holiday cottages lovingly converted from
old stone farm buildings set in 70 acres of meadow and woodland
An exquisite and tranquil base for exploring the Oxfordshire Cotswolds
Cottages Sleeping from 2 to 4
These very individual stone cottages offer guests the ultimate in comfort, quality and cleanliness and a chance to enjoy the high standards of craftsmanship which is the hallmark of this idyllic retreat.
Located near the villages of Great Tew, South Newington, Swerford and 7 miles from the market town of Banbury and 6 miles from Chipping Norton.
Furniture and fittings have been built by Cotswolds craftsmen in English hardwoods, much of it from the farm’s own trees, and a local blacksmith has been commissioned to create imaginative ironwork to enhance many of the doors, windows and theopen fireplaces. Floors are slate, terracotta or wood and soft furnishings are in natural materials.
Lovingly converted, our five beautiful and very individual cottages are all imbued with calm and tranquility and offer the ultimate in comfort, quality and cleanliness.
Grouped around a stunning paved courtyard and adjoining the owners house, visitors can relax inside or out and enjoy the wealth of natural materials and the high standard of craftsmanship which is the hallmark of this idyllic retreat.
Beechnut Cottage - Sleeps 2
Chestnut Cottage - Sleeps 2
Cobnut Cottage - Sleeps 2 to 4
Hazelnut Cottage - Sleeps 2
Walnut Cottage - Sleeps 2 to 4
Heath Farm is 70 acres of set aside woodland which is managed. We produce firewood and hazel products for gardens. The farm buildings are now commercial units. We have a baker, photography studio and 3 joiners shops on site together with a paint supplier.
The farm offers guests the woodland explore. Our Games Lawn has croquet, badminton/volleyball, trampoline, swings and a slide. There are also mountain bike trails, indoor games room with table tennis, pool and darts board and a model aircraft/kite flying strip on the farm.
There are chickens, sheep, goats and geese and a host of wildlife to discover. We have our own supply of natural spring water straight from the tap, supply unlimited firewood for the open fires and have always had very good feedback from our guests. We're in the process of building a new website which will show off what we have to offer. Our main goal is to provide peace, tranquility with superior craftsmanship throughout.
Weekly prices range from £414.00 to £962.00 depending on time of year and cottage chosen
The cottages can be booked for stays of less than one week. See our website for full details
Nena and David Barbour,
Heath Farm Holiday Cottages
Swerford, Chipping Norton,
Oxfordshire, OX7 4BN
We currently have no listed caravan and camping sites in the Banbury area.
Banbury Pubs and Inns
Welcome to the Lampet Arms at Tadmarton near Banbury
There are 4 guests rooms all of them en suite and with remote control TV, direct dial telephone and tea/coffee making facilities.
Awarded 3 diamonds by the AA, the spacious rooms occupy a beautifully converted coach
house with private access and good parking facilities.
Tadmartonis an attractive village with a church dating back to Norman
times boasting a very fine old font more than 600 years old.
The Lampet Arms is a free house owned and run by Mike and Dawn
Francis, it is approved by CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) and listed in the Good Pub
Guide. Mike has often been complemented for the quality of his beer.
Home Cooked Food
The Lampet Arms also serves a range of home cooked snacks and meals, from a bar menu
of freshly prepared food or from a more substantial menu.
The Lampet Arms, Tadmarton, Near Banbury, Oxon, OX15 5TB