Destination of the Month – Oxford

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This beautiful city of spires and domes is known the world-over as the home of England’s first university, founded 1167. Crammed with architectural gems, Oxford’s picturesque buildings include the Radcliffe Camera and Bridge of Sighs. With its bicycling students, museums, punt boats and riverside walks, it’s a lovely place to explore by day while its student population ensures a lively nightlife scene.

Oxford is easily accessible by road or rail from international airports in London and Birmingham. Transfer times from either airport are approximately 90 minutes.

Where is Oxford?

Destination is best for:

  • Incentive groups – small to medium size (10-80 pax)
  • Meetings
  • Special Interest Groups
  • Study Tours

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Activities

Explore beautiful Oxford on a private, walking/bike tour or enjoy the picturesque countryside on a ‘Cotswold Quest’ in a fleet of vintage cars or modern Mini’s. Learn the ancient art of field archery, visit an exclusive craft brewery or spend a leisurely hour or two punting on the serene River Cherwell. We have many activities to suggest!

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Accommodation
Oxford offers a variety of hotels from quality 3 star properties, to modern, cosy or quirky 4 and 5 star hotels. For something a little different then why not stay in a university college or a boutique hotel located in a converted prison. Let us guide you to a hotel that best suits your needs.

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Dining

Dine in a converted Victorian boathouse on the River Cherwell, arriving by a flotilla of chauffeured punts. Host a drinks reception in an unusual and quirky private mansion house or dine in the grandeur of an English Palace. Experience the city vibe on a trendy rooftop bar with panoramic Oxford views.

Contact us to discuss the many options we have to offer you!