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Cromwell Lodge Banbury

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Historic hotel located on the high street of this Oxfordshire market town

Cromwell Lodge Banbury

Constructed in the 17th century, the Cromwell Lodge Banbury is located in the centre of the Oxfordshire town, right on the high street. It offers guests a relaxing stay in a busy traditional market town.

Consisting of 23 guestrooms, all of which have en-suite bathroom facilities; this 4-star property offers a range of amenities to make each stay that little more comfortable. Each room includes a television, telephone, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and tea and coffee making facilities. Wireless internet connectivity is featured throughout the hotel.

The hotels restaurant serves a varied menu, including a traditional Sunday roast. An accompanying wine list is extensive. A bar is also contained within, featuring a long drinks list that includes many Real Ales. During the summer months, a hidden garden makes for a tranquil location to dine. Wednesday nights are Spice Nights where guests can indulge in a choice of curries.

As well as catering for leisure guests, the Oxfordshire hotel also offers a number of packages for business delegates. Whether its a meeting or conference, the hotel has an assortment of rooms that can facilitate a successful assembly. Included within these packages are top-quality audio and visual hardware as well as the option to dine, either formally seated or in a buffet style.

Guests at the Cromwell Lodge Banbury can enjoy the sights and sounds of the town as well as a number of other locations nearby.

Banbury town centre includes Castle Quay, a shopping centre located on the scenic banks of the Oxford Canal. Featuring some of the staple UK retailers, the shopping centre is a popular destination within town. As well as this modern centre, Banbury also hosts a number of traditional markets.

Cromwell Lodge Banbury

For those interested in history and architecture, Banbury Museum and Banbury Cross are must-sees. The museum features a number of exhibits focusing on the long history of the town. The Banbury Cross was constructed in 1859 to commemorate the wedding of Victoria, Princess Royal to Prince Frederick of Prussia. The 52 foot monument proves popular with visitors to the town.

Further afield, guests can visit a number of other towns and cities to indulge in shopping, history, sports, or just about anything else they fancy. Amongst the location within easy reach are Birmingham, Coventry, Milton Keynes, Northampton, and Oxford.

Those that have a keen interest in history or those that simply enjoy a stroll amongst beautiful scenery can visit the likes of Oxford Castle, Warwick Castle, and Blenheim Palace. Each of these features some magnificent panoramas. Stratford-upon-Avon is 24 miles away from Banbury, and is a similarly historic market town. It was here that the playwright Shakespeare was born. Today it houses the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company. Visitors from across the world flock here to indulge in its rich history.

For those looking to visit London, the capital is less than a 90 minute journey on the railway, which makes it accessible for those guests staying at the Cromwell Lodge Banbury wishing to enjoy an exciting day trip.

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