Cotswold House offers bed and breakfast accommodation situated in the leafy suburb of North Oxford and is featured in the Inspector Morse novels. The area is home for many who are involved in the academic and business life of the University. Although Cotswold House is only 2 miles from the City Centre the atmosphere is both warm and country.
We have a selection of single, double, twin and family bedrooms. All our guest rooms are in the Cotswold style with en suite facilities, wireless broadband internet, complimentary hospitality tray with tea, coffee, chocolate, Horlicks and biscuits, fridge with UHT or fresh milk and spa water.
Room 1 is the Morse Room as it is the setting for a chapter in 'The Way Through the Woods'.
We also have a special Deluxe Suite of rooms with sofa bed, whirlpool bath, shower, sauna cabinet and access to the garden.
A full and varied breakfast menu is served in our attractive 'Cotswold styled' dining room, offering traditional English breakfast cooked to order with a varied selection of cereals and fresh fruit. On request we are happy to provide vegetarian and continental breakfasts.
Buses going into the city centre pass Cotswold House every 10 minutes. Blenheim Palace is only 15 minutes away by car. Coaches from the centre of Oxford leave every 20 minutes for London Victoria. By car Heathrow takes 45 minutes and 90 minutes to Gatwick. There is a coach from Heathrow every 30 minutes and Gatwick every 2 hours. Trains to London Paddington leave every hour.
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Rates: From £76 - £85 per single room per night.
From £108 - £150 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
From £140 - £160 per family room per night.
Children are welcome by arrangement.
Sorry, No pets.
Off street parking.