A characterful 17th century hotel in the historic town of Banbury, on the River Cherwell in Oxfordshire, at the edge of the Cotswolds. Dating back to 1677, this historic inn boasts many original features throughout such as stone passages, priests’ holes and a fine wooden staircase, with beautiful manicured gardens to the rear.
Spacious public areas include the gorgeous oak-panelled Swifts Restaurant, which overlooks the attractive well-tended gardens and provides the perfect setting for diners, serving up a selection of international dishes. After dining, relax in front of the open fireplace at the Horton bar with a glass of sumptuous red. And with a choice of lounges including the Berkeley Lounge, which serves traditional afternoon tea, you will be sure to find your own quiet spot to enjoy.
The hotel’s 69 bedrooms offer guests a range of accommodation including Executive rooms, Classic rooms, interconnecting rooms and enhanced accessibility. Each room features a range of facilities and many offer unique features of the hotel lovingly retained and breath-taking garden views.
Explore the Cotswolds, Oxford, and Stratford-upon-Avon and benefit from the hotel’s central Banbury location. Situated on the famous Banbury Cross, the hotel is just 300m from the main station, five minutes to Broughton Castle and 15 minutes to Upton.
This stunning Banbury hotel is ideal for business and leisure, with event, meeting and conference rooms capable of accommodating up to 120 guests.
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