Here at the Vanbrugh House, Oxford hotel we encourage our guests to explore all that Oxford has to offer. The best way to do this is on foot and our boutique hotel in Oxford now offer bespoke walking tours with Oxford expert Isabella Underhill. Call us direct on 01865 244 622 to arrange your bespoke walking tour.
Oxford is an incredibly walkable city and a guided tour is the best way to explore and experience its many hidden secrets. Many literary heroes have wandered our City of Dreaming Spires.
We can arrange a bespoke tour for you at our Oxford hotel to take a guided stroll around the city that inspired renowned authors such as J.R.R Tolkien and C.S. Lewis to write their bestselling novels.
Visit the hallowed halls of world-famous Oxford University, where scenes from the acclaimed Harry Potter movies were filmed.
Favourites include a visit to literary heroes’ favourite pubs, places that inspired their writing, and of course a guide to Oxford University, where some of these much-loved authors studied.
The bespoke walking tour also features a brief overview of some of the city’s key historic landmarks such as The Bodleian Library, The Ashmolean, The Radcliffe Camera and Radcliffe Square.
We stayed in an elegant top floor superior room, tastefully decorated with a very comfortable bed and oodles of space! The staff were so welcoming and catered for our every need. Breakfast we were spoilt for choice - everything looked scrumptious! Highly recommended!
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