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The Best Western Linton Lodge Hotel in Oxford is converted from 3 Edwardian houses from previous centuries, allowing it to retain some of it’s original and delightful features. The Linton Lodge is surrounded by one and a half acres of luscious gardens just a mile North from the city centre of Oxford. Enjoy the first-class luxury of the lodge and gardens in the night while exploring the world-famous city of Oxford in the day. Known for being home to many famous authors, you can still see the traditions of ages past being carried on today in Oxford.

 

The guestrooms at the Linton Lodge provide a high degree of comfort to accommodate all guests.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Digital Freeview Television with integrated radio
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Coffee/Tea making facilities
  • Direct dial telephones
  • Desk
  • Hair dryers
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Irons & Ironing boards are available from reception

Spires Restaurant:

The Spires Restaurant within the Linton Lodge is a relaxed atmosphere dining facility serving breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the day. From working lunches to three-course meals, the Spires Restaurant can offer you exactly what you are looking for.

The City of Oxford:

On The Map: Oxford is located in the southern midlands of England, just 60 miles northwest of London.

Known as ‘The City of Dreaming Spires’, Oxford traces its origins to the 10th century. The town was initially established as a river crossing for oxen, and was known as Oxenaforda, meaning ‘Ford of the Oxen’. The city has attained global renown for the University of Oxford. Dating from the 12th century, it is the oldest university in the English-speaking world. Oxford boasts fine examples of every architectural period since its founding – most replete in beautiful honey-colored stone. Aside from the magnificent college buildings, Radcliffe Camera, Carfax Tower, and Hertford Bridge, are some of Oxford’s most famous landmarks. Hertford Bridge (pictured) is often referred to as the ‘Bridge of Sighs’, as a result of its similarity to the Venice bridge of the same name. Owing to its large student population, Oxford is a ‘young’ town, and strikes a perfect balance between ancient and modern. Visitors to the city can explore a great variety of historic buildings and museums, ramble quaint cobblestone streets and peaceful courtyards, visit the Covered Market and perhaps enjoy a picnic at Headington Hill Park. A wealth of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars insure that Shoppers and Foodies will be very much at home in Oxford!

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