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|
|Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast||Oxford||£105.00|
|Athena Guest House||Oxford||£75.00|
|Hawkwell House Hotel||Oxford||£99.00|
|Dog House Hotel||Abingdon||£80.00|
|Dial House Guest House||Oxford||£110.00|
|The Bell Inn||Witney||£60.00|
|Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel||Oxford||£135.00|
|The Old Court Hotel||Witney||£75.00|
|The Blue Boar||Witney||£100.00|
|20||Sturdys Castle||Woodstock||Sturdy's Castle Country Inn is situated in the heart of the Oxfordshire Countryside, this beauti... More..|
Sturdy's Castle Country Inn is situated in the heart of the Oxfordshire Countryside, this beautiful 400-year-old coaching inn is ideal for travellers to dine, rest and explore the many local attractions and beauty spots that the area has to offer. Located between the West Oxfordshire villages of Tackley and Kidlington and conveniently located near to Woodstock and Blenheim Palace, Sturdy's can not only offer its guests comfortable quality accommodation,with* *FREE UNLIMITED WIFI** in all rooms and in all public areas also a friendly and relaxing bar lounge in which to enjoy a drink with friends and family. Food at Sturdy's ranges from its popular 2 for 1 menu offering traditional pub classics, it's historic "Sturdy's Spud" menu to top quality Aberdeen Angus steaks - There is something for everyone! **Special Offer - Buy "2 nights and get the 3rd Free.** Sturdy's Castle is the perfect setting for those seeking somewhere to stay close to the many of Oxfordshire's delightful tourist attractions. Located just outside of Kidlington on the A4260 Oxford to Banbury Road, Sturdy's Castle sits at the gateway to the Cotswolds, boasting some of Britain's most beautiful countryside, towns & villages. Blenheim Palace, the ancestral home of Winston Churchill, can be found less than 3 miles away in the charming market town of Woodstock; and the famous dreaming spires of the internationally renowned university city of Oxford are also a mere 9 ½ miles away. Conveniently located close to many of Oxfordshire's key transportation links, Sturdy's is also able to offer business travellers with fantastic value accommodation. Sitting within 2 miles of London-Oxford Airport, Sturdy's Castle is also close to both the M40 motorway, linking London to the West Midlands, and the A34, which is the main dual carriageway connecting the south coast to the Midlands. So if you are looking for a place to stay in Oxfordshire or simply somewhere to enjoy good food, drink & company, then come and visit Sturdy's Castle. You will not be disappointed.
|21||The Dashwood Hotel & Restaurant||Kirtlington|| The Dashwood is a Grade 2 listed building that provides an oasis of calm and peace and mixes contem... More..|
The Dashwood is a Grade 2 listed building that provides an oasis of calm and peace and mixes contemporary sheek with many original features. We have 12 beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms which are all fully refurbished to a luxurious standard and include flat screen TV's and Tea and Coffee making facilities. All rooms are sold on a Room Only rate. Free Broadband is available. When staying at the Dashwood why not try one of our sumptuous dishes from our modern British menu. All dishes are created on site using only the finest local produce available. The Dashwood Hotel and Restaurant is situated 10 minutes from Bicester Village Outlet Shopping Centre(discounts available for residents) and, 20 minutes north of the historic city of Oxford.
|22||The Romany Inn||Bampton||The Romany Inn is situated in the centre of Bampton, a small town in the picturesque area known as t... More..|
The Romany Inn is situated in the centre of Bampton, a small town in the picturesque area known as the Cotswolds. Only 40 minutes drive from Oxford, Swindon or Stow on the Wold, with RAF Brize Norton Main Gate only 10 minutes away, The Romany is an ideal place to stay for both the Business or Casual Traveller, so whatever your reason for staying in this wonderful area of England Mike & Glynis invite you to a cheap and cheerful, friendly, local Pub with a homely atmosphere, serving traditional home cooked 'Pub Food' Tuesday - Saturday and a Traditional Sunday Lunch (booked) is available from 12.00 - 14.30 on Sunday afternoons. Please note that our kitchen is closed from 14.30 on Sunday until 18.00 on Monday (Guests Breakfasts served as required). We are a small family run business and our first priority is YOU! However our schedule can be very tight and we have to ask that you check out by 10.00 on the day of departure. If there is anything we can do to help prior to your arrival then just ask, we will do everything we can to make your stay a happy one. Have a safe journey and we look forwarding to welcoming you to The Romany Inn.
|23||The Trout Inn at Tadpole Bridge||Faringdon||It’s not a very well known fact that the source of the River Thames is in the Cotswolds. As th... More..|
It’s not a very well known fact that the source of the River Thames is in the Cotswolds. As the river slowly flows on to London, it leads through some of the most beautiful and historic countryside in England. One such wonderfully peaceful setting is Tadpole Bridge, a River Thames crossing point near the Oxfordshire village of Bampton, 20 minutes from the centre of Oxford. Here, you’ll find the Trout, an unusual, historic Inn, located by the Thames Path. A Free House with just six bedrooms, the Trout is a destination in its own right, with riverside walks and berthing for up to six boats – a real ‘escape from it all’ location. It’s handy for the nearby Vale of the White Horse and Cotswold gems such as William Morris’s Kelmscott Manor. Features such as log fires, superior bedrooms, cask ales and careful use of the best local ingredients have won The Trout at Tadpole Bridge a listing in the 2007 Michelin Pubs Guide, The Good Food Guide, the Good Pub Guide, AA Pub Guide and Alistair Sawdays Special Places to Stay.
|24||The Plough Inn||Clifton Hampden||Situated just 5 miles south of Oxford in the Thames-side village of Clifton Hampden, The Plough is a... More..|
Situated just 5 miles south of Oxford in the Thames-side village of Clifton Hampden, The Plough is a grade 2 listed building dating back to the 17th Century. Recent extensions and refurbishment have retained the character and style of the old building with thatched roof, low beams and open wood fires in the winter months.The whole property is non-smoking (bar, restaurant and bedrooms).Food is served in both the restaurant and bar throughout the week from an oriental style menu including cuisine from Beijing, Sichuan and Cantonese.
|25||The Cherry Tree||Abingdon||Whether you are popping in for a quiet drink, a great lunch or looking for somewhere to stay, The Ch... More..|
Whether you are popping in for a quiet drink, a great lunch or looking for somewhere to stay, The Cherry Tree offers a warm, homely welcome. A superb place to spend your time whilst in the Medieval village of Steventon. The Cherry Tree is a beautiful 18th Century building and is still run as a traditional village pub, serving as the heart of its community. The low ceilings, oak beams and 3 open fireplaces are cosy in the winter whilst the large courtyard with giant umbrellas and heaters are perfect for those warm summer evenings. We are well known in the village and surrounding areas for our diverse selection of real ales, featuring 6 full time Wadworth brews and a further rotating guest ales. Come and join our regulars for a relaxing drink or bite to eat, or for a more lively visit pop along to our ever popular pub quiz each Monday night. The Cherry Tree is also a B&B and has 6 Luxurious, En-suite Bedrooms, convenient for The Milton Business Park or Harwell Science Park