Discover historic Oxford
Newton House is ideally positioned to give you quick access to central Oxford. Whether you’re here on business or for a short break, we’re in easy walking distance, so you can soak up the sights at your own pace and leave your car in our free private car park.
Turn left as you leave Newton House and you’re at Folly Bridge, where you can join the River Thames for Oxford boat cruises and punting, or maybe grab a pint and a pub lunch with a view. Just a little further and you’ll be at the entrance to Christchurch College where you can visit the main dining hall (which was used for Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films) and take a stroll around the meadow. And this is before you’ve even reached Oxford city centre, which is only a10 minute walk from Newton House.
Ask the staff for directions, maps and information leaflets – we’re always happy to point you in the right direction.
Until Sunday 18 May 2014: Bodleian Library Exhibition Room, Old Schools Quadrangle, Broad St., Oxford. Tel: 01865 277224 www.shop.bodley.ox.ac.uk For more than 800 years Oxford has made a remarkable... Read more
Selected sundays from 13th October 2013 - 30th March 2014, 10am - 12.30pm, Blenheim Palace Woodstock, Oxford. Soulful sounds of the saxophone - the best way to spend a sunday morning in the Oxfordshire Pantry. Ideal for any Jazz lover, or those venturing into the moody world of... Read more
Monday 11 - Saturday 16 November 2013 "I can guarantee the closest shave you'll ever know!" For any black comedy lover, this is just up your street. The chilling victorian musical that is Sweeney Todd comes to Oxford. Previously banished, sinister barber, Mr Sweeney... Read more
Tuesday 31st January 2013 Treat yourself to a new years eve night away at the Eynsham Hall. Celebrate the new year in style from 7pm at the New Years Eve party. There will be a delectable buffet on offer along with a DJ playing nostalgic tunes as you say your farewells to 2013.... Read more