Situated on Godstow Road, our four star hotel in Oxford is close to the picturesque city centre and a myriad of local attractions. Oxford is steeped in history with 1,500 listed buildings oozing the city’s heritage and offering striking architectural gems to explore. There are many tours available to experience the city, but if you prefer to create your own itinerary, a visit to Oxford University is a ‘must-see’.
The city is also home to a number of parks and meadows, Port Meadow sits alongside the River Thames and is ideal for a country walk. For those keen to explore further afield, Blenheim Palace, Didcot Railway Centre and Bicester Shopping Village are just short drives from Jurys Inn Oxford.
Jurys Inn Oxford has 168 stylish rooms perfectly designed to offer guests all the comforts of home. Our spacious hotel rooms come fully equipped with free Wi-Fi, en-suite bathrooms, a flat screen TV with Freeview, trouser press and more.
Jurys Inn provides a number of wheelchair accessible bedrooms. These rooms have been designed to the highest specifications with wide doorways, floor space to manoeuvre and accessible bathrooms to make your stay with Jurys Inn as easy and pleasurable as possible.
Our Oxford hotel offers a range of places to enjoy food and drink from coffee and cocktails to grazing boards and an À la carte menu.Our Medio Brasserie offers a mouth-watering menu, the Medio Bar can rustle up fruity cocktails and more, or you can enjoy a light bite at the Cappuccino Lounge – take a look at our menus and opening times.
For our business guests, Jurys Inn offers 20 meeting and event rooms hosting between 3 and 350 guests or delegates. All our meeting rooms are purpose built, are ‘Compliant Venues’ for healthcare and come with free Wi-Fi. There is an in-house audio-visual team to help you with all your needs, from meetings and presentations to conferences and events.
Our Oxford hotel offers four fully licensed function rooms hosting between 50 and 200 guests. Our stylish rooms are perfectly designed for both intimate or grand weddings, and our dedicated event staff are on hand to help make your day run as smoothly as possible.
Housed in an impressive example of neo-Gothic architecture, The Oxford University Museum of Natural History offers a range of interesting collections and exhibitions to explore. Famous for the Oxfordshire dinosaurs, the Dodo, and the swifts in the Tower, there is plenty to see and do as you peruse the Life Collections and Earth Collections. The museum also runs a range of events and workshops, take a look at What’s On to plan a visit.
Admission is free to the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, which is a short twenty-minute bus ride from Jurys Inn.
Take the guided tour and discover the 1,000 year history of Oxford Castle, learning its fascinating past, from people to events. The tour is led by costumed character guides and includes a visit to the Saxon St George’s Tower, which is not only one of the oldest buildings in Oxford, but affords 360 degree views of the beautiful and historic city below. The tour also takes you to the 900 year old underground crypt, Debtors’ Tower, and Prison D-Wing.
The castle is open daily from 10am and can only be explored by guided tour. Oxford Castle is a short twenty-minute bus ride from Jurys Inn Oxford.For more information on things to do in Oxford, take a look at our Oxford City Guide.
Jurys Inn prides itself on having its hotels in ideal locations, whether that be in the city centres, next to major transport hubs, or within minutes from stadiums, institutions, or major events. Please see below for some of the popular places surrounding our Oxford hotel, which you may require easy access to.