Me and My Luxury Bed & Breakfast Here in Oxford

It used to be our family home until the children as they do left home for the wider world and their adventures in life.  Now this ‘home’ serves very well as a convenient large modern house for guests visiting Oxford and its many attractions.

I have many reviews especially on Trip Advisor where guests boast about my spotless rooms and delicious breakfast.  All this enables you, my guests, to go about your day for what you intended.

All my rooms are  equipped with flat screen TV, free wifi and luxury bed and bedding. All of the rooms are non-smoking so always smell fresh and clean.

For more information on what is available for breakfast GO HERE.

There is a common area in the hallway where you can wait for your companions or while away your time reading the literature all about Oxford and don’t forget to purchase your map of Oxford so you don’t aimlessly waste your time away (unless that is what you really want!). The map is great value for money as you can use it to get your souvenirs and presents to take back home with discounts from advertisers included in the map.

So, if you’re ready BOOK HERE NOW.

What to see in Oxford While Staying At My Luxury Bed & Breakfast

  • Of course the Colleges where our undergraduates live.  Past occupants include – David Cameron (Brasenose) our current prime-minister; Rowan Atkinson, (Queens College) otherwise known as Mr Bean (amongst other names!); the incredible Professor Stephen Hawking (University College); T E Lawrence (Jesus), of Lawrence of Arabia fame; C S Lewis (University College then Don at Magdalen) and J R R Tolkien (Merton Professor amongst other things) both members of the ‘Inklings’, Margaret Thatcher (Somerville College); John Wesley (Lincoln), of Methodism fame; Sir Christopher Wren (Wadham) designed St Pauls Cathedral where Charles and Lady Diana married; Sir Walter Raleigh (Oriel) and the list goes on……..
  • Harry Potter connections – visit Christ Church (inspired the setting of Hogwarts Great Hall), the Bodleian and New Collegeto see how these buildings inspired Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone; Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets andHarry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
  • Taste the Museums – Pitt Rivers with over 1/2 million artefacts; the newly renovatedAshmolean housing Egyptian antiquities now from Nubia; the Museum of the History of Science, located in Broad Street at the site of the Old Ashmolean and the Natural History Museum which is the favourite for children with Dinosaurs being the star attractions.

    Other Sites to See

    Besides Oxford University and the numerous Museums, Diana’s B&B is the perfect place to stay so that you can easily visit the following:

    • BLENHEIM PALACE As the duke and duchess say themselves “The Palace and its Formal Gardens and Park were created a World Heritage Site in 1987 and a great deal of restoration and conservation work has been undertaken in recent years..and we look forward to sharing with you the treasures of our historic home and its magnificent surroundings.”
    • WOODSTOCK VILLAGE Next door to Blenheim Palace and some lovely village shops to look round for those souvenirs and gifts.  Both Blenheim & Woodstock are 15 mins drive from Diana’s B&B
    • BOURTON-ON-THE-WATER Deep into the Cotswolds
    • STOW-ON-THE-WOLD Also deep in the Cotswolds and near to the village of Churchill a world heritage centre
    • CHURCHILL You will find the village of Churchill stands in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is an attractive village situated in the triangle of Chipping Norton, Stow on the Wold and Burford. We have an impressive church, a village green, many listed buildings and a very popular pub. Also part of the parish is the hamlet of Sarsden, including Sarsden House and for those who are interested in knowing about our world William Smith Memorial is in Churchill, the Father of British Geology. Born at Churchill March 23, 1769.  The village itself was mentioned in the famous Domesday Book of 1085, where it is recorded that it had two mills, twenty four villeins (tenant peasant farmers tied to the land) and fourteen families.
    • BLETCHLEY WWII enthusiasts will have no need of an introduction to Bletchley Park less than an hours drive away from Diana’s B&B.
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    So, click HERE to book!

    Best wishes,

    Diana 🙂

    PS Don’t forget the ‘Great Hall’ of Hogwarts Castle (Harry Potter Fame) has been inspired by our very own Christ Church College dining hall!