- Very Good
- 6 guest reviews
"The single room I stayed in was disappointing compared to the photos I had seen on the website and other places I have stayed in Oxford. The..."
"Great little b&b very clean pleasant and conveniently located to restaurants..."
"Derek and his team were friendly and polite...."
"Very friendly and welcoming. The room was quiet and had a large bathroom. Very clean with comfortable beds. Breakfast was good. They were ve..."
"As a B and B you expect two main good things, but unfortunately the bed was so uncomfortable I hardly slept. You could also hear the movemen..."
About the hotel
Cotswold House is situated in the leafy suburb of North Oxford, almost two miles from the city centre and is featured in the Inspector Morse novels. The area is home for many who are involved in the academic and business life of the University. This Cotswold stone house has been built and furnished to a standard rarely found today.
All rooms have en-suite facilities and are furnished to a high standard, with a wall-mounted LCD colour television, fridge with spa water, hair dryers, central heating and hospitality tray with tea, coffee and biscuits. We have free wireless broadband access from every room and ample off-street parking and easy access to the city centre. Comfortable guest lounge. Our attention to detail and guest comfort have been rewarded by top ratings in the leading hotel/guest house guides. While at Cotswold House you can enjoy one of our special breakfasts; either our famous traditional or a wholesome vegetarian with fresh fruit and home made muesli. The North Oxford/Summertown area has many fine restaurants and public houses offering an excellent variety of food over a wide price range. Buses going into the city centre pass Cotswold House every 5-10 minutes. Blenheim Palace is only 15 minutes away by car. Coaches from the centre of Oxford leave every 20 minutes for London Victoria. By car Heathrow takes 45 mins and 90 mins to Gatwick. Coaches from Heathrow every 30 minutes and Gatwick every 2 hours. Trains to London Paddington leave every hour
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- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Until 10:30 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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67% would recommend it to a friend
A bit disappointing
The single room I stayed in was disappointing compared to the photos I had seen on the website and other places I have stayed in Oxford.
The room was small and felt squeezed into a cupboard space. The linens and decor were tired. The bedside lampshade was dirty and almost falling apart. The headboard on the bed was rickety, wobby, and damaged. The en-suite shower room was tiny. The trickle of water from the shower was so pathetic that it would have taken a very long time to take a shower, so I opted for a strip wash at the basin. The taps on the basin had to be turned through many revolutions before water appeared. The star-rating system is badly designed if this room is in a guesthouse worth 4 stars. Good features were as follows: helpful and pleasant staff, nice solid non-wobbly toilet seat, attractive old-fashioned working ceiling fan, small, quiet fridge with ice box, towels that didn't smell musty, nice breakfast.
Great little b&b very clean pleasant and conveniently located to restaurants