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Best Western Banbury House Hotel Star Rating 3        
23-31 Oxford Road

Featuring a mix of classic and contemporary decor, this relaxed hotel is 0.9 miles from the Banbury Museum and 5.8 miles from Rye Hill Golf Club.
The Bowling Green Steakhouse Hotel Star Rating 3        
Overthorpe Road

Set off the M40 motorway, this laid-back hotel and restaurant is 1.9 miles from Banbury Museum and 7.1 miles from Farnborough Hall.
Cromwell Lodge Star Rating 4        
9-11 North Bar Street

In Banbury town centre, this hotel occupying a 17th-century Cotswold stone building is a 13-minute walk from Banbury Museum.The traditional rooms all include en suite bathrooms, and have free WiFi and tea and coffeemaking facilities.Complimentary full English breakfast is provided and there's a bar/restaurant/bar with garden seating.
Mercure Banbury Whately Hall Hotel Star Rating 4        
17-19 Horse Fair

This chic hotel, set in a 17th-century building, is a 9-minute walk from Banbury train station, 0.6 miles from Banbury Museum and 2.8 miles from Broughton Castle.
Dashwood Apartments Banbury Star Rating 3        
2a Dashwood Rd

A 5-minute walk from Easington Park, these modern serviced apartments are also a mile from Banbury train station.Polished units with 1 or 2 bedrooms present open-plan living space with dining areas, and full kitchens offering dishwashers, fridges and ovens. They also come with 32-inch flat-screen TVs, DVD players, mini stereos and free WiFi.
Easington House Star Rating 4        
50 Oxford Road

Sitting 11 minutes' walk south of Banbury town centre among expansive gardens, this elegant hotel is set in a 15th-century farmhouse built from local stone. It's within 1.1 miles of Banbury Museum and National Rail trains.
Ashlea Guest House Banbury Star Rating 4        
58 Oxford Road

Welcome to Ashlea Guest House and thank you for visiting our website. Ashlea Guest House is situated just outside Banbury town centre within walking distance to bus and train stations. We are ideally situated for visiting Oxford, Stratford, Warwick or the Cotswolds.
Avonlea Guest House Banbury Star Rating 3        
41 Southam Road

Set in a residential neighbourhood in Banbury, this family-run bed-and-breakfast is 11 minutes' walk from both Castle Quay Shopping Centre and Spiceball Park. It's 3 miles from Broughton Castle.The 4 cosy rooms, sleeping from 1 to 4 guests, all come with en suite bathrooms and tea and coffeemaking facilities, as well as TVs with DVD players and free Wi-Fi.
The Three Pigeons Inn        
3 Southam Road

Dating to the 17th century, this refined stone inn lies within an 8-minute walk of central Banbury attractions including the Banbury Cross and Banbury Museum, and is a 12-minute walk from National Rail trains.The 3 contemporary rooms are individually furnished and offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, tea and coffeemaking facilities and modern en suite bathrooms. 1 adds a writing desk, while another has a sofa.
The Lismore Hotel Star Rating 2        
61 Oxford Road

A 10-minute walk from the town centre and near Horton General Hospital, this casual hotel in an ornate Victorian villa is within 1.1 miles of National Rail trains and the Banbury Museum.The traditional rooms in individual period styling offer free Wi-Fi, satellite TV with DVD players, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and en suite bathrooms; some have 4-poster beds.
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Banbury is a British town located in the county of Oxfordshire. The town, although very historical, is a vibrant place with an important business community. The narrow streets can be explored on a historic walk of the town and the visitor can take a guided tour to discover all the secrets of Banbury. One of the town's main attractions is Banbury Museum. This is an excellent place to find out about the history of the town as well as to see art exhibitions, a collection of costumes, some as old as the 17th century, and a great deal of information on the English Civil War. Another interesting site is Broughton Castle, a lovely medieval castle set in a rural landscape. A number of movies have been filmed here, including Shakespeare in Love. On a similar theme, you can also visit Upton House, a 17th century country house with a major art collection and a beautiful garden with splendid views over the lakes and valleys of the area. Banbury is a truly beautiful town set in attractive scenery and which has maintained many of its traditions. To visit it is a unique experience.