There is a great range of hotel options for anyone staying in Banburyshire. From wallet friendly choices in town centres, or grander settings out in the country, there’s plenty to choose from. We have a few selections to help you get started in your search below. We also have pages for B&Bs, Guest Houses and Self-Catering Rental Accommodation.

Wherever you stay, you should be treated to a very warm welcome and have many of the comforts and services that you’d expect from a good hotel. If you’re dreaming of a luxurious, pampered stay, then there are a number of chains or private properties that can provide you and your party with the best service available.

whateley hall in banbury town centre

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Mercure Whateley Hall
Banbury

A 3 star hotel offering 69 ensuite rooms in an idyllic 17th Century setting where Jonathan Swift wrote Gulliver’s Travels in 1723. Next to Banbury Cross, it’s an ideal as a base for exploring the Cotswolds region, Stratford Upon Avon, Oxford, Woodstcock & Warwick. 10 minutes from Banbury railway and coach stations. 24hrs room service and free car parking.

wroxton house hotel entrance

Best Western Plus Wroxton House Hotel
Wroxton

Set in the beautiful honeystoned thatched village of Wroxton, we are a privately owned award-winning hotel, around 20 miles from historic Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick Castle. All 32 rooms are simple, luxurious and welcoming with a choice of traditional in the original part of the house and contemporary in the new wing.

red lion hotel entrance adderbury

Red Lion Hotel
Adderbury

Set in quaint Adderbury, overlooking the green of this charming Oxfordshire village, The Red Lion Hotel pre-dates the English Civil War. Originally a coaching inn built in 1605, you can feel this wonderful building’s history in every nook, cranny and oak beam. Recently lovingly refurbished, this traditional country pub makes a wonderful place to eat, meet, drink and stay.

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