Bounded by Euston Road, Gray's Inn Road, Tottenham Court Road and New Oxford Street, Bloomsbury is a central district of London in many senses....... more
Bounded by Euston Road, Gray's Inn Road, Tottenham Court Road and New Oxford Street, Bloomsbury is a central district of London in many senses. Home to the Virginia Woolf and the rest of the Bloomsbury Set, the Pankhursts, and Edgar Allen Poe.
Advantages: close to the city Disadvantages: close to the traffic
...This particular Premier Travel Inn is situated on the Oxford Business Park. It is just off the A4142 on the junction with the B480 and it is opposite the Rover Works, 3 miles from Oxford city centre.
My husband originates from Wallingford near Oxford so we travel up that way occasionally to see old friends and family. We were finding it more and more difficult to find a reasonable B...
Advantages: cheap and cheerful, Freeview tv, Disadvantages: none at all
...This Premier Travel Inn is at Milton Heights Business Park, situated on the A4130 just off the A34 Milton Interchange between Oxford and Newbury. It is 12 miles from Oxford city centre.
My husband originates from Wallingford near Oxford so we travel up that way several times a year to see old friends and family. It is very difficult to find a reasonably priced B&B in that area, so the last...
Advantages: Great Price. Good location for roads. Next to park and ride, cheaper than paying for parking! Disadvantages: Another Holiday Inn, nothing that unique about it. Surly reception staff.
...consider a family room, ideally with some facilities to keep the children entertained, so we found ourselves at Holiday Inn Oxford.
I booked the hotel at www.holidayinn.co.uk as part of their summer promotion. The rate was half price at £49 a night including breakfast which for Oxford in the heart of summer was cheap. The credit crunch certainly has provided us with LOTS of bargains!