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In the heart of Oxford and opposite the Ashmolean Museum. The hotel features stylish rooms with high ceilings and period features, and each offers a modern en suite bathroom. Rooms also have satellite TV, mini bars and tea and coffee facilities, and some have WiFi. The Restaurant at the Randolph serves a variety of dishes from across Europe. The Randolph Macdonald is just metres from The University of Oxford Colleges. The picturesque riverside and boathouses of the town are just a 15-minute stroll, and Oxford Railway Station is half a mile away, making the Randolph the perfect base for your Oxford adventures.

 

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Bathtub
  • Ironing facilities
  • Telephone
  • Blackout curtains
  • Linens
  • Towels
  • Carpeting
  • Non-smoking room
  • TV
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Satellite/cable channels
  • Wi-Fi [free]
  • Hair dryer
  • Seating area
  • Heating
  • Shower

 

Acanthus Restaurant

Acanthus is one of the newest restaurants in Oxford, aiming to create the perfect blend of contemporary city centre bistro paired with unique atmosphere and, of course, outstanding British cuisine. Diners can enjoy a mouth-watering seasonal menu and a place to relax and enjoy company with friends and family.

 

Oxford, England

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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