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Nestling in the beautiful North Oxfordshire village of Kirtlington 0X5 3HJ near Bicester, The Dashwood Hotel is a historic grade II listed coaching house now serving as a restaurant and bar with hotel rooms. The surrounding area offers a wealth of sights, activities and heritage with Oxford, Woodstock's Blenheim Palace and the popular Bicester Village Designer Outlet Shopping Centre all on the doorstep.
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We had an overnight stay with dinner and breakfast. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. We had a ground floor twin bedded room with very comfortable beds and plenty of space. The bathroom had a wet room, which is not entirely my cup of...More
I had a fabulous stay at the Dashwood for 2 nights in a spacious and beautiful decorated room. The mattress was one of the most comfortable I have ever slept in. The hotel staff were efficient, polite and friendly! I felt like. Princess when I...More
Lovely hotel in a nice setting. Room was full of charm too.
Shame the hotel is not actually open on Sunday or Monday as would gladly stay there more often. staff was helpful as they come in on their days off to make sure I...More
I stayed here one night and it was fine. Easy to get to, plenty of parking, clean and comfortable without being exceptional. The staff were affable (the barman was chatty and welcoming) and the food was good. The rooms were pretty standard fare and nice...More
We stayed for two nights in Room 10 on the first floor of the barn which was a standard bedroom in a separate building adjacent to the main pub/restaurant. There was a lockable door to the adjoining room so I presume families would be more...More
Not in our deal - the room only charge was £135 and the breakfast £10 each. I didn't mind this too much (although I only realised after booking that it wasn't included), but what really jarred with me was the unexpected 10... More
Not in our deal - the room only charge was £135 and the breakfast £10 each. I didn't mind this too much (although I only realised after booking that it wasn't included), but what really jarred with me was the unexpected 10% service charge on the drinks & food (£8.97) When I showed surprise at this on checkout, the receptionist said it was optional, but, being a soft old fool versus a pretty young girl, I didn't have the neck to have it taken off.
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"Ask for a ground floor room if you have a problem with stairs."