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Holiday Inn Oxford

Peartree Roundabout

Woodstock Road



OX2 8JD 

United Kingdom 

Check In: 2pm

Check Out: 12pm

Check-in Age:18

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44 871 9429086 4300



Oxford Peartree Roundabout Woodstock Road

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Location Highlights
Distance from Hotel:
60 MI/ 96.56 KM North
Convenience Store:
0.2 MI/ 0.32 KM
1 MI/ 1.61 KM East
Outdoor Tennis:
5 MI/ 8.05 KM North


  • Blenheim Palace
  • Henley on Thames
  • The Cotswolds
  • London
  • Oxford City Centre
  • Oxford University
  • Warwick Castle
  • River Thames at Oxford
  • Newbury Race Course
  • Waddesdon Manor
  • Stratford Upon Avon
  • Bodleian Library
  • Heathrow Airport
  • New Theatre (formerly Apollo Oxford)
  • North Oxford Golf Club
  • The Silverstone Heritage Experience Centre
  • Highclere Castle
  • Waterperry Gardens
  • Ghost Tours in Oxford
  • Bicester Village (Open Air Luxury Destination)
Must See

Must See

Delve into 1,000 years of history on a tour of Oxford Castle, a 10-minute journey from the hotel. This partly ruined Norman stronghold is famed as the site where Geoffrey of Monmouth wrote the King Arthur legends. Tour guides dressed in period clothing will lead you up St. George's Tower for panoramic views of Oxford. Descend into the 900-year-old crypt, or walk through the prison's spooky D-wing.
Must Do

Must Do

Visit Britain's oldest botanic garden at the University of Oxford, 10 minutes' drive from the hotel. Experience different climates in large glasshouses showcasing plants from across the globe. Six miles south of the garden, Harcourt Arboretum is home to Britain's oldest Redwoods. Take a walk through the park's woodlands to see many seasonal plants and flowers, as well as a working charcoal kiln.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

Discover the vast grounds and intricate gardens of Blenheim Palace, a 10-minute drive from the hotel. You can take a tour through the stately baroque home, giving you a glimpse into the private apartments of this Marlborough family. The Churchill Exhibition documents the life story of former prime minister Winston Churchill, from his birth in the palace in 1874 to his death 91 years later.


Explore the historic buildings of Oxford University lining the city's streets, many of which date back to the 12th century. Several college libraries and museums are open to the public, and you'll find them all within walking distance of the city centre. Take a guided tour into famous buildings such as Christopher Wren's Tom Tower at Christ Church and the Palladian-style Radcliffe Camera Library.