With the summer tourists out of town for another year and a huge student buzz in the city, Autumn is the perfect time to visit the city of dreaming spires. With a jam-packed calendar of funky festivals and fairs, check out our hotel in Oxford’s top picks for September events.
Kick off the month on a high note with a trip to the Oxford Foodies Festival on 1st-3rd September. Held in South Park, with panoramic views over the domes, towers and spires of Oxford, join in the foodie fun with passionate professional chefs. Look out for celebrities such as Great British Bake-Off Winner Candice Brown in The Cake & Desserts Theatre! With full stomachs, why not head back to our boutique hotel in Oxford a rest!
A firm favourite amongst locals, the St Giles’ Fair is annual delight dating back to Victorian Times. The fair takes place on 3rd- 4th of September, the Monday and Tuesday following St Giles’ Day. Expect a magical fun fair with a selection of fun packed games and mouth-watering food stalls and even better, it’s a short distance from our boutique hotel in Oxford.
For music lovers, the Oxford Chamber Music Festival from the 27th September – 1st October is not to be missed. Founded in 2000 by the Oxford born violinist Priya Mitchell the festival is known as one of the most exciting and inspiring music festivals in Europe, enjoy the impressive line-up of performances and workshops. Enjoy an evening of entertainment and crash out at our boutique hotel in Oxford.
Vanbrugh House Hotel, a boutique hotel in Oxford, is ideally located in the centre of Oxford, near to the area’s top attractions. To check availability, contact the Oxford hotel team on email@example.com or 01865 244 622.
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