Undiscovered Oxford

Start the New Year and discover more of the lesser known Oxford with a stay at the Grade-II-listed Vanbrugh House, a boutique hotel nestled behind Oxford’s main street. Each of its 22 unique and elegant rooms tell their own stories past and present having been named after – and depicting the experiences of – characters or things connected to Oxford. Rooms include the Sir John Vanbrugh suite, whose namesake created English Baroque and designed nearby Blenheim Palace and Castle Howard. One of the more modern-themed rooms is The Classic Mini, which celebrates Oxford’s iconic British small car, manufactured at Plant Oxford in Cowley since 1959. There’s also The Wig Room, where the 18th-century residents used to have their wigs fitted before attending important occasions.?


Vanbrugh House Hotel has rooms available from £79.50pp including continental breakfast.

For further informationhttps://www.vanbrughhousehotel.co.uk/