Bath Place Hotel Oxford
The Bath Place Hotel is a cluster of seventeenth century cottages surrounding a tiny flagstone courtyard in the heart of Oxford, seconds away from colleges, libraries and museums.
The cottages nestle between New College, one of the University's oldest colleges, and Hertford College, established in the thirteenth century. The New College Bell Tower, which has been in continual use since the thirteenth century, is visible from many of the hotel's rooms. More on the history of Bath Place Hotel.
Bath Place Hotel is a small, family run and friendly licenced Oxford hotel, very close to the Sheldonian Theatre and the Bodleian Library, Opposite Holywell Music Room and less than five minutes on foot from the Oxford Playhouse, the New Theatre and the main shopping area.
We have fifteen cottage-style en-suite rooms all of which are doubles or twins. There are also several family suites. Rates vary according to the time of year, the size of the room, and the location - from £90 per room per night.
We also have a licensed bar and lounge with fireplace for our guests. Wireless internet connection is available free of charge.
Nearby secure parking is available for an additional £17.50 per night (Complimentary parking available six minutes walk away).