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Accessible Bedroom at our luxury Oxford hotel…

Located on the ground floor, The Safe Room has been designed for those with limited mobility, complete with a fully accessible bathroom.

Known as ‘The Safe Room’ this luxury and accessible bedroom is ideally located on the ground floor. Designed to accommodate those with limited mobility this spacious room in our Oxford hotel comes complete with an accessible bathroom.

Historically this room was used as a safe for Marshall & Galpin Solicitors; previous occupants of this part of the building. They sourced a burglar resistant safe from the famous inventors, the Chubb brothers, and used it to house all their sensitive business documents. The door to the safe was where the sink and mirror now stand.

Please be advised that due to the structure and layout, we are unable to accommodate wheelchair users.

The Safe Room offers the following little touches of luxury:
  • Tea making facilities with our favourite brand, Teapigs
  • Accessible Bathroom
  • Nespresso coffee machine
  • In-room safe
  • Iron & ironing board
  • 42 inch Smart TV with all your favourite channels
  • Powerful rainfall shower
  • The White Company toiletries
  • Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi
  • Umbrella (chargeable if taken)
  • Hairdryer
  • Dyson Pure Hot & Cool™ purifying fan heater

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