Oxford Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel
Location is key for this modern, three-star Abingdon hotel, which offers great value accommodation in the heart of Oxfordshire and the Thames Valley, just six miles south of Oxford. Abingdon-on-Thames provides a charming location that’s rich in history, while the hotel itself provides its guests with a range of modern facilities, tasty cuisine and an all-round warm welcome.
The Oxford Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel has 66 en suite bedrooms to choose from, all of which include tea and coffee making facilities, safe, a trouser press and digital television. After a long day out visiting the many local sights and attractions, it is nice to know that a comfortable room awaits you, with all those little finishing touches that make for a more enjoyable stay.
You will be pleased to discover that the Oxford Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel not only offers you a place to rest your head at night, but also hosts a variety of dining options. These include the Octagon Restaurant, a friendly and informal setting for delicious, freshly prepared dishes; the Octagon Bar, providing a relaxed location for a casual drink and bite to eat under its charming octagonal ceiling; the Conservatory Dining Room, made up of large glass panels that allow in lots of natural light and affords you a great view of the surroundings; and the Terrace, a perfect place to enjoy delicious food and refreshing drink when the weather is nice. Additionally, the Abingdon Hotel has a selection of affordable private dining rooms, perfect for your special event.
Whatever the occasion, the Oxford Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel has the room and menu for you, to help make your stay a welcome one.
- Green Tourism Business Scheme - Green Tourism Business Scheme - Awaiting Grading 2012
- Tourism South East Award - Visit Oxfordshire Member 2012
- 3 AA Stars Hotel
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