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Luxury, 4 Star and 5 Star Hotels in or near Great Milton

The village of Great Milton is located in south Oxfordshire with its fabulous countryside and views of the Chiltern Hills. Only 10 miles from the City of Oxford this village has many unique buildings of special interest, some constructed from local materials and limestone. Dating back to the Middle Ages the village was then centre around the church whereas today it is mainly centred around the Village Green. Luxury Hotels in or near Great Milton, including 4 Star and 5 Star Hotels. Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons and The Oxford Belfry are listed below.
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0.3 miles from centre of Great Milton
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With Raymond Blanc's passion permeating throughout, the hotel at Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons delivers precisely the same attention to detail and pursuit of excellence in its individually-designed suites to that which goes into the exquisite menus of its two Michelin-starred restaurants. It is truly a house for every season.
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1.5 miles from centre of Great Milton
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Picturesque Oxford, with its stunning architecture, fantastic shopping and rich heritage, makes a perfect leisure break but space in this lovely old city is hard to find. The Oxford Belfry gives its guests the best of both worlds – it's on the doorstep of some of the most celebrated tourist spots in the country but, set within 17 acres of lovely Oxfordshire landscape, there is plenty of room to stretch out, go for a stroll or a swim and simply sit and absorb the lovely surroundings. T...
5.2 miles from centre of Great Milton
The Spread Eagle has graced the heart of the historic market town of Thame since the 16th Century. The Grade I listed hotel is nestled amongst the artisan butchers, bakers, delicatessens and teashops that line the charming town centre, which is used as a filming location for ITV's Midsummer Murders. During its colourful history, The Spread Eagle has played host to many historic figures such as King Charles II, and writers such as Evelyn Waugh and John Fothergill (An Innkeepers Diary). From...
6.6 miles from centre of Great Milton
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The Lambert Hotel is an original coaching inn just 15 minutes from Oxford just off J6 of the M40. Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
7.6 miles from centre of Great Milton
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The Westwood Hotel is a privately owned luxurious retreat in Oxfordshire. Set adjacent to 400 acres of ancient woodland, it offers an abundance of wildlife including deer, owls and woodpeckers. The twenty bedrooms include a selection of four poster rooms, double and family rooms. The bedrooms are tastefully furnished with private en-suite bathrooms and a complimentary hot drinks tray. Most bedrooms have views across the gardens and woodland with a number of bedrooms having private balconies o...
7.6 miles from centre of Great Milton
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The 18th Century, boutique Vanbrugh House Hotel is a charming and friendly 4* boutique hotel nestled in the scholarly city of Oxford. The City Centre hotel boasts 22 traditional and elegant rooms which are ideal for unwinding and relaxing after a busy day of exploration. Each of the 22 rooms are impeccably finished yet unique - you won't find two rooms the same. However, all feature furniture and bed frames hand-crafted in England and Egyptian Cotton bed linen. You'll also find bath and s...
14.9 miles from centre of Great Milton
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Just an oar's throw from the banks of the river, the Hotel du Vin Henley On Thames is housed inside a classic Georgian façade which once belonged to the Brakspears Brewery. In typical du Vin fashion, the building has been super sensitively converted, retaining all the classic architecture, from the soaring beamed ceilings in the public areas to the smart exposed red brick walls of the restaurant. Rooms are to be found in the set of buildings that encircle the old brewery yard (there are 4...
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