Vanbrugh House
Hotel

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Welcome
to our boutique hotel in Oxford,

where the past blends seamlessly with the present in the heart of the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’.

Designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, architect of Blenheim Palace, the 18th century-built Vanbrugh House Hotel is located on St Michael’s Street, which runs adjacent to the Oxford Union. Our 22-bedroom property offers an authentic sense of place, surrounded by elegant architecture, historic venues and beautiful riverside walks.

Explore cobbled streets, stroll around iconic colleges and admire fine architecture on your Oxford trip.

Rooms

Rooms

Stay in our luxury Oxford Hotel Bedrooms

Being a characterful Grade-II listed building, no two bedrooms are the same in our Oxford hotel. Each room is stylishly decorated, with calming colours, modern furnishings and has its own story to tell.

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History

History

Explore our Oxford Hotel History

Vanbrugh House was built by the Peisley family, leading stonemasons of the time, and served as their home for three generations.

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Offers

Offers

Enjoy 5% off our Oxford hotel

Make your visit to our hotel in Oxford extra special with 5% off when you book direct. Simply quote "VHH05"...

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See

There is so much more to the city of Oxford than ‘dreaming spires’ and punting. Whilst exploring the historic colleges gives a fascinating insight into the city’s academic pedigree, visitors who do not look beyond the university are missing a wealth of fascinating gems.

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Do

Exploring Oxford unveils a plethora of delights. From tours and traditional punting to lesser-known museums and independent boutiques shops, Oxford is mini-break destination full of excitement and wonder.

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Eat

The only meal we serve is breakfast, so we put heart and soul into the quality of this experience to set you up for a day of exploring. Tuck into delicious local produce, indulgent treats and the finest breakfast beverages, served by our friendly and dedicated team.

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