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Discover Oxford's neighbourhoods from our boutique hotel in Oxford...

 You may have visited Oxford before and thought you’d discovered all that the City of Dreaming Spires has to offer, from exploring Oxford University to having a go at punting and discovering its famous museums. But behind the gowns and architectural excellence lies a hidden world of lesser-known treasures and vibrant neighbourhoods, just off the beaten path.

Jericho, previously named as one of the coolest places to live by The Times, is the hippest hangout in Oxford, just a 10-minute walk from the centre.

 Find rows of colourful terraces and a diverse range of buzzy bars, eclectic cafes, cool coffee shops, vintage finds and independent shops in this vibrant neighbourhood with a quirky, creative spirit.

Jericho attracts a cool, bohemian crowd and, as a conservation area, has some stunning Georgian and Victorian architecture to admire which maintain Oxford’s historical character. At night it really comes to life as the pubs and bars fill up with students and locals.

If you fancy seeing some offbeat landmarks, then why not visit Headington to see the strange and infamous Headington Shark.

The public art appeared on the roof of a terraced house and is intended to dramatically reflect the feelings of fear, desperation and helplessness caused by nuclear attacks and accidents. Initially controversial, it is now a beloved local landmark.

One of Oxford’s best-kept secrets is the Kilns, C. S. Lewis’ summertime home on the edge of Headington. Gain an insight into the Oxford alumni and one of Britain’s most iconic authors from where he lodged throughout most of his writing career and discover the secrets of Narnia.

Explore Cowley, the cultural hub of Oxford

Visit Cowley Road in the cosmopolitan and ethnically diverse neighbourhood of Cowley to check out some great street art and experience the cultural hub of Oxford. Each year Cowley Road hosts a carnival to encourage engagement and unity within diverse communities through art, parades, music and dancing at Oxford’s biggest street party.

 

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