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The Oxford Guide - Accommodation, attractions and business in Oxford

This web site features details of Oxford accommodation (guest houses, bed & breakfast, hotels and self catering), Oxford attractions, Oxford shopping and general Oxford information.
You can also purchase Oxford related books, DVDs and videos online.

A typical scene of Oxford  

Mention Oxford, and most people will immediately associate it with the world famous Oxford University, but Oxford is much more than just a University city.

Having said that, Oxford is dominated by the universities and institutions related to the academic community and the architectural splendor is hard to better

Many visitors to Oxford will take a walk around the colleges and historic buildings in the city. Names such as Christ Church College, Merton College, Magdalen College, New College, the Sheldonian Theatre, the Bodleian Library and the Radcliffe Camera will be familiar to many.

Oxford's two rivers, the Cherwell and the Isis, provide lovely river walks if you fancy getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Isis is actually the name given to the River Thames as it flows through Oxford).

For shoppers, Oxford offers two shopping centres and areas of pedestrianised shopping. The Westgate Shopping Centre is conveniently located next to a multi-storey car park. In Oxford you will find the likes of Debenhams, Boots, WH Smith, Marks & Spencer and Next along with an excellent covered market.

Oxford train station is just a short walk from Oxford city centre and buses from many nationwide locations terminate at the Gloucester Green bus station.

Oxford Park-and-Ride operates from four locations on the outskirts of the city.

Oxford tourist information can be found on Broad Street and is open Monday to Friday (and Sunday between April and late October)

External Links

The UK portal for accommodation, leisure and business - TheSite.co.uk - has more links to Oxford related web site

Witney web site. Witney is just a few miles down the A40 from Oxford

Cotswolds web site - Guide to the towns, villages and cities of the Cotswolds


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Oxford Blog
Cinderella - At The Oxford Playhouse
Cinderella starts at The Oxford Playhouse tonight at 7pm (sold out) and continues until Sunday 16th January. For more information, and booking, pho... [more]
Posted : 03/12/2010 08:49:29

Go-ahead for 20mph speed limit plan in Oxford
Councillor Ian Hudspeth, Oxfordshire County Council's Cabinet Member for Transport, has given the scheme the go-ahead in the same week that the Govern... [more]
Posted : 24/04/2009 11:40:27

Sleeping Beauty - Oxford Playhouse
Friday 5 December Sunday 18 January An Oxford Playhouse Pantomime Written and Directed by Peter Duncan Peter Duncan returns to Oxford Playhou... [more]
Posted : 05/12/2008 11:05:03

Collision - Oxford
Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision that happened yesterday (17th April). At around 3.30pm a Scania HGV and a cyclist collided at th... [more]
Posted : 18/04/2008 16:29:02

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