Oxford Sailing Club
|SOLO National Solo Spring Championship 2013
|67 Boats||Apr 2013|
|2.4mR 2.4mR National Ranking
|10 Boats||Oct 2012|
|Topper Topper Open 2012
|35 Boats||Sep 2012|
|LIGHTNING 368 Lightning 368 Open
|14 Boats||May 2012|
|SOLO Solo Spring Championships
|56 Boats||Mar 2012|
|The Talbot Inn||Witney||£40.00|
|The Ferryman Inn||Witney||£65.00|
|Royal Oxford Hotel||Oxford||£117.00|
|Travelodge Oxford Peartree||£49|
|The Old Parsonage Hotel||Oxford||£169.00|
|Cotswold Lodge Hotel||Oxford||£120.00|
|Lina Guest House||Oxford||£55.00|
|Hollybush Guest House||Oxford||£55.00|
|The Old Bank Hotel||Oxford||£175.00|
|2||The Ferryman Inn||Witney||The Ferryman Inn, Oxfordshire is located on the banks of the River Thames about 10 miles from Oxford... More..|
The Ferryman Inn, Oxfordshire is located on the banks of the River Thames about 10 miles from Oxford on the Thames Path making this a beautiful location to relax, drink, eat and sleep. At the Ferryman Inn we have 6 bedrooms to offer, all with access to a large balcony area with seating overlooking the river. All our bedrooms have been recently refurbished and each room has an en suite shower, tea/coffee facilities and TV. The Ferryman has lots to offer whether you are looking for somewhere to stay, somewhere to dine or just relax with a pint! * 6 Ensuite bedrooms, * The Fishermans Bar, * The River Lounge Bar, * 40 seater restaurant, * Large function room, * Slipway for boats up to 25 foot in length, * Large car park, * 2 miles of Fishing, * Extensive riverside terrace and lawn area If you are looking for good value for money along with a comfortable stay overlooking the river Thames then our bed and breakfast accommodation in Oxfordshire is for you. We look forward to welcoming you.
|3||The Chequers Inn||Oxford||Only 4 miles from Oxford and on the outskirts of the Cotswolds, the Chequers is a beautiful and impo... More..|
Only 4 miles from Oxford and on the outskirts of the Cotswolds, the Chequers is a beautiful and imposing three-story Cotswold stone traditional inn, offering excellent food, fine wines, real ales and lovely accommodation. There are eight versatile double, twin and family en-suite guest rooms. Each room is a different shape and individually dressed. All have king sized beds, except the twin room. The rooms are sound insulated.
|4||The Old Bank Hotel||Oxford||The Old Bank Hotel, a hotel of timeless luxury, sets the standard for modern, comfortable and stylis... More..|
The Old Bank Hotel, a hotel of timeless luxury, sets the standard for modern, comfortable and stylish accommodation in Oxford. Located on the High St, the Old Bank was the first hotel to be created in the centre of Oxford for 135 years and offers the best of both the historic old city and the modern, vibrant social scene. With exceptional levels of personal service, contemporary style and elegance as the basis of an Old Bank experience, prepare to be greeted with a new and fresh hotel experience. Most of the 42 rooms were created with spectacular views for guests to enjoy Oxford's famous skyline of towers and spires. Lying at the heart of the hotel is the perennially popular Quod Restaurant and Bar. Vibrant and energetic from Monday to Sunday, the restaurant is contemporarily designed with stone floors, an oval zinc-topped bar and leather banquette seating. Offering fresh modern British dishes from breakfast onwards, the emphasis is on good quality seasonal produce, and an excellent atmosphere.
|5||Foxcombe Lodge Hotel||Oxford||With a peaceful south facing garden and pond, Foxcombe Lodge offers 19 ensuite bedrooms, two public ... More..|
With a peaceful south facing garden and pond, Foxcombe Lodge offers 19 ensuite bedrooms, two public bars, restaurant, function/conference room. There is free parking and the rooms and public areas offer free unlimited Wi-Fi, in the tranquil setting of Boars Hill. Oxford’s historic colleges are just a 10-minute drive away. The rooms are equipped with a TV and CD player, and tea/coffee making facilities, a safe and trouser press are also included. Three Tenors Restaurant serves a traditional menu and has large bay windows looking onto the garden, or you can dine off the same menu in the bar in more informal surroundings. Foxcombe Lodge is 20 minutes’ drive from splendid Blenheim Palace, whilst the scenic Cotswold Hills are 30 minutes away by car. Local pubs are just a few minutes’ walk away.
|6||Victoria Hotel||Oxford||Oxford is one of the world's most beautiful cities with it's dreaming Spires. We are located... More..|
Oxford is one of the world's most beautiful cities with it's dreaming Spires. We are located just a 15 minute walk from city centre. The best way to Discover Oxford City Centre is on foot. All of our room are en-suite Singles, Doubles, Twins, Family for 3, Family for 4 & Family for 5. All prices include breakfast, satellite TV, wireless internet VAT & Parking.
|7||The Westwood Hotel||Oxford||The Westwood Country Hotel is a privately owned luxurious retreat in Oxfordshire. Set amongst 400 ac... More..|
The Westwood Country Hotel is a privately owned luxurious retreat in Oxfordshire. Set amongst 400 acres of ancient woodland, it has an abundance of wildlife including deer, owls and woodpeckers. Situated just 3 miles from the centre of Oxford, it is convenient for access to the A34 and M40 motorway servicing London and the West Midlands with private car parking within the grounds for up to 50 vehicles. The hotel is equipped with Wi-Fi technology throughout which makes us the first choice of venue for many busy executives. The wireless connection service is complementary and unlimited. The venue offers excellent conference, meeting, wedding and private function facilities together with 20 bedrooms available for overnight accommodation. The private grounds provide a relaxing and tranquil setting for all occasions. Please note that we may not be able to provide evening meals on some weekends. We also we run a limited menu on Sunday and Monday.
|8||Rose Revived Inn||Witney||The Rose Revived Innis a 16th Century Inn set on the banks of the River Thames in idyllic surroundin... More..|
The Rose Revived Innis a 16th Century Inn set on the banks of the River Thames in idyllic surroundings at Newbridge, in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside. Despite the name, the bridge is one of the oldest crossing pints on the Thames. The Inn is a favourite overnight stopping point for walkers on the Thames Path. The oldest part of the building has an inglenook fireplace which with its log fire in winter is a romantic room to unwind
|9||Byways Bed & Breakfast||Nr Abingdon||Byways is a bed & breakfast located just two minutes from Abingdon, and ideally situated close t... More..|
Byways is a bed & breakfast located just two minutes from Abingdon, and ideally situated close to A34 for easy access to Oxford, Milton Business Park and Didcot. Byways offers individually styled luxury ensuite bedrooms all located on the ground floor. A warm welcome awaits all our guests and nothing is too much. We pride ourselves with providing a personal service ensuring that your stay is enjoyable and relaxing. A substantial continental/Lite Bite breakfast is provided.
|10||Park House||Woodstock|| Park House Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room and is situated in the charming Oxfordshire village of ... More..|
Park House Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room and is situated in the charming Oxfordshire village of Bladon right next to Woodstock. We are within easy walking distance of Blenheim Palace and directly opposite to Bladon Church, the historic burial place of Winston Churchill. There is one double en-suite bedroom, a Luxury Super King with ensuite and a Superior Double Ensuite with large bathroom with power shower ( no bath) and a balcony terrace. All rooms are decorated and maintained to the highest standards. WiFi. Ample overnight car parking. All bathrooms with power showers. Free Internet access. TV (freeview) in all rooms. Tea and coffee making facilities. Train Station (Long Hanborough) - 1 mile away. As well as offering Bed and Breakfast to our guests we also run a traditional Cotswolds Tea Room at Park House. Breakfast is served to guests in this delightful setting and guests are also invited to sample our wonderful Afternoon Cream Tea and Scones!
|11||Dog House Hotel||Abingdon||The Doghouse Hotel Frilford Heath near Abingdon and Oxford sits with easy access to Abingdon via the... More..|
The Doghouse Hotel Frilford Heath near Abingdon and Oxford sits with easy access to Abingdon via the A420. The traditional Dog House Hotel started its life in the early 18th century as a smallholding, and in later years became an inn in 1847. The name of the Dog House Hotel has rather an unusual origin. In days gone by, wealthy farming gentry sent their offspring to be educated in Oxford and would arrive there complete with their horses and hunting dogs. The Colleges allowed their students to stable horses but not the dogs! Alas, with nowhere else to house the animals, the proprietor of the local inn offered an invaluable 'dog sitting' service and the venue became known as the Dog House. There is also a tradition that the Dog House came by its name because it was once the kennels for a local hunt. Today the Dog House Hotel is a pretty country hotel set in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside. Hotel is a firm favourite with locals and travellers alike and a great base for exploring the local area.
|12||The Bell Inn||Witney||The Bell Inn is situated on the edge of the Cotswold’s, in the Village of Ducklington, just of... More..|
The Bell Inn is situated on the edge of the Cotswold’s, in the Village of Ducklington, just off of the A415 and A40. it is a pre-13th century building with thatched roof and open fires, very much an olde worlde village pub! As you come into the village you will see the village church (origin 1150) the village duckpond and the Bell Inn. The village of Ducklington is a great community and all the locals having a story to tell about the history of the pub and the village and playing old but simple pub games. We have a pool table situated in the lounge area, a TV screen and a hook the ring on the horn! Aunt sally is played weekly and is part of a big Oxford traditional league game, well worth watching! The original part of the pub apparently was built for the workers that built the church, it was then extended to make further bar room a restaurant and B&B.