Cloisters, located discreetly behind the same high wall and across the courtyard fountain from The Masters Lodgings, offers four king size suites right in the heart of Oxford City Centre. Cloisters is also a 17th-century property, but it has been extensively modernised to offer the discerning traveller exclusive self-catering facilities with space, luxury, and privacy, as well as a range of hotel-style concierge services. Just a few minutes' walk from the university buildings, theatres, museums, and shops, Cloisters may be discovered by opening the huge oak door and stepping off the street into The Courtyard Garden.
What is the capacity for Cloisters?
Cloisters sleeps eight people in four individually designed bedroom and bathroom suites. Each spacious suite includes dedicated dressing areas with soft seating, hand-made super-king beds and Vi-Spring Elite mattresses, and stunning porcelain and natural stone bathrooms with freestanding baths and monsoon or raindrop showers, essential for soaking away the day's stresses.
Your beloved canine companion is welcome to roam anywhere on the ground floor, but it is requested that dogs not be allowed on furniture or in bedrooms.
Greyfriars Hideaway consists of two 17th century properties, which, if booked together can be exclusively yours.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Oxford area?
Guests staying at Greyfriars Hideaway benefit not only from a private and secure location, but also from close proximity to all of Oxford's shops, tourist attractions, theatres, museums, universities, and Botanical Gardens, not to mention all of the restaurants and bars. This is undoubtedly the best place to immerse yourself in heritage, arts, and culture. Don't forget to spend some time strolling through Oxford's cobblestone streets, taking a tour of the river, or even trying your hand at punting.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Oxford, steeped in history and culture, has long been associated with culinary excellence. Guests staying at Greyfriars Hideaway have many options for wine and dining within the city, as well as a few places just outside the city that are well worth the trip. Just across the street is Westgate Oxford, which has a variety of bars and restaurants with stunning views of central Oxford. So, whether you plan to dine on the estate, hire a private chef, or walk out to one of the many restaurants right on your doorstep, you will be spoiled for choice.
Min 2 nights stay. Requests are accepted.