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12 Oxford Street
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Near Blenheim Palace

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per night from £50
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Park Street
0.1 Miles from the centre

Near Blenheim Palace

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per night from £80
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7 Market Place
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Near Blenheim Palace

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per night from £89
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Main Road, Long Hanborough
1.6 Miles from the centre

Near Blenheim Palace

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per night from £99
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Woodleys
1.8 Miles from the centre

This country hotel is located on the A44, 1.6 km north of Woodstock and only 9.7 km from Oxford. Nearby attractions include Stratford-Upon-Avon (Shakespeare's birthplace), Blenheim Palace and historic Woodstock where guests will also find shopping facilities, restaurants, bars and pubs. The closest links to public transport networks are on the hotel's doorstep and London Heathrow is the nearest airport, approximately 86 km away. This 18th Century Inn with a modern annex has 13 guests rooms and facilities including a reception (only open during the day), bar, restaurant, café, hotel safe, car park and Internet access (fees may apply). All of the en suite rooms have a bathroom with a shower, bathtub, a hairdryer and individually regulated heating. The rooms are also equipped with a direct dial telephone, television, radio, tea and coffee making facilities, a double bed, an ironing set and Internet access (fees may apply). The rooms also feature a private terrace. There is a golf course just a 10-minute drive from the hotel. The hotel's restaurant serves a continental breakfast buffet and guests can choose from à la carte dishes or a set menu for lunch and dinner. By road on the A44 road from Oxford to Stratford. The hotel is just 1.6 km north of Woodstock.

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per night from £120
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Market Street, Woodstock
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

The Feathers Hotel, situated in the centre of historic Woodstock on the doorstep of Blenheim Palace. Originally seven separate houses, the hotel boasts character and charm with antiques and log fires. Woodstock is one of England's most beautiful and famous country towns. Constructed largely from Cotswold stone, its buildings date from the 12th century. It is host to a wealth of interesting shops, restaurants and historical buildings - including the Oxfordshire County Museum. Situated only 8 miles from 'The Dreaming Spires' of the historic University of Oxford, on the edge of the spectacular Cotswolds and huddling next to the gates of Blenheim Palace - home of the 11th Duke of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Woodstock has much to offer its visitors. Woodstock is just one hour's drive from London Heathrow, Birmingham and Cheltenham - Shakespeare's Stratford is a mere 45 minutes away. Due to the age of the building, there is no lift at the hotel.

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per night from £129
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24 Oxford Street
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Near Blenheim Palace

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per night from £155
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31 High Street
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Near Blenheim Palace

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per night from £200
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Hotels in Woodstock

The charming Oxfordshire village of Woodstock, just a short bus or car journey from the formidable medieval spires of the city of Oxford, is adjacent to what could be described as Britain's greatest stately home. Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill, one of the country's most influential leaders, is a masterpiece of architectural craftsmanship, surrounding impeccably landscaped Georgian grounds.

Woodstock is also the home of the Oxfordshire Museum, which contains many interesting artefacts related to local history and archaeology, and is housed in the splendid Grade II listed Fletcher's House. Nearby is the pictorial village of Bladon, which is the location of medieval St Martin's Church, the burial place of Winston Churchill and many other Spencer-Churchill family members.

A history of the palace

In 1704, the Franco-Bavarian army were defeated by the Grand Alliance coalition, which included England, Scotland, Prussia, Austria, the Dutch Republic, the Holy Roman Empire, and the states of Hesse-Kassel and Hesse-Homburg.

The event, which took place in what is now the German village of Blenheim, helped strengthen the Grand Alliance, although the outcome might have been somewhat different had it not been for the military prowess of John Churchill, who was also the First Duke of Marlborough. As a reward for his bravery, Parliament approved the building of a new palace near Woodstock, which would become his new family home.

England's finest view

Also described by Lady Randolph Churchill, the American-English mother of Winston Churchill, as 'the finest view in England', Blenheim Palace is a unique Baroque-style building that is now on the coveted UNESCO World Heritage Site list. The main building was completed in the 1720s and features elaborate interior décor that was partly inspired by the grand interior of the French palace of Versailles.

What to see at Blenheim

See Blenheim Palace: The Untold Story exhibition, where you can learn about the lives of former residents over the past three centuries, and visit the Winston Churchill exhibition for a fascinating account of this pioneering wartime leader and Nobel Prize winner. The palace also organises regularly themed events throughout the year, from other specialist exhibitions and music festivals to sports tournaments and food fairs.

The grounds

Spend some time to wander around the palace's 2,000 acres of magnificent parkland, which were landscaped by one of the most distinguished and celebrated landscape architects in British history, Lancelot 'Capability' Brown. Don't forget to explore the enchanting Formal Gardens, which were designed by the esteemed French garden designer Achille Duchêne in the 1920s and include a majestic Secret Garden, Italian Garden, Rose Garden, and family oriented Pleasure Gardens.

Where to stay and eat out in Woodstock

Popular, beautifully presented Woodstock hotels that are perfect for relaxing breaks include the Macdonald Bear Hotel, the Kings Arms Hotel, and Hope House. For some delicious English recipes, head to The Star Inn or the restaurant of the Kings Arms Hotel, or try the King's Head for some fabulous Mediterranean cuisine.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Woodstock

What are the most booked hotels in Woodstock?

The best hotels to stay in Woodstock are The Feathers, Duke of Marlborough and THE CHURCHILL COURT.

What is the lowest price for a double room in Woodstock?

The Punch Bowl in Woodstock offers one night in a double room at the price of £50.

If I want to stay in the center of Woodstock, which hotels shall I consider?

The Glove House, The Crown Inn and The Feathers are located in the central neighborhood of Woodstock.

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