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Oxford - the city of dreaming spires - as rich in history and culture as it is in beautiful architecture and academic excellence. Featuring a eclectic and rich arts scene, as well as boasting numerous restaurants, the town is hugely popular with visitors from the UK and abroad.
The streets of Oxford are an architectural marvel and visual representation of its history - from the medieval university itself to the Tudor, Edwardian and Victorian townhouses. But hidden within the historic facade is a city with a thoroughly modern heartbeat - boasting a huge amount of contemporary attractions, as well as industry built around motor manufacturing, education, publishing and a large number of information technology and science-based businesses. As such, Oxford attracts all manner of visitors - from those looking for a romantic city break, to those seeking a base for business operations.
Oxford’s stunning architecture naturally means it has some beautiful places to stay; however, those visiting the city on business, who may be seeking something more modern will not be found wanting. If you plan on making an extended visit, then a serviced apartment in Oxford could be the best solution, as they not only provide a cost effective way of spending a longer period in the city, but also offer a level of convenience and privacy that traditional hotels and B&Bs simply cannot match.
The Squa.re present a range of options for serviced apartments, from large homes suitable for families, to corporate housing and luxury studios. Whichever the format you require, our properties carry a range of conveniences, including secure access, WiFi, exquisitely furnished bathrooms and kitchens stocked with utensils and cookware. Our team of customer advisors are also on hand to advise on the best choice for you, and even which areas of Oxford are the most suitable.
It is hard to find a better place than Oxford to partake in cultural and intellectual pursuits. There are numerous institutions that not only offer a stimulating learning experience, but are also housed in stunning heritage properties. Bodleian Library The UK's second largest library, established in 1602 and containing over 11 million works, or Radcliffe Camera, 18th-century, Palladian-style academic library and reading rooms. Visitors can also enjoy a historic tour of Oxford castle, dating back to the norman invasion. Then there’s the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, with exhibits of zoology and geology set in a grand neo-Gothic structure.
The city also offers several options for shopping. The Westgate Centre and the Clarendon Centre are small shopping malls that are home to several popular high street brands, whilst Templar Square offers a mix of grocery, homeware, fashion and discount stores, plus several restaurants and bars.
Oxford’s historic centre is reasonably compact and its wonderful architecture make it a great place to explore on foot. However, anyone wishing to further explore the local area will find the Oxford Bus Company runs a comprehensive list of services in Oxford, Kidlington and Abingdon. The services are covered by the town’s contactless payment system—the key, and discounts are available for students and seniors. There are also several daily and weekly passes available, which make bus travel a very cost-effective means of getting around in Oxford.
The main railway station offers services both northbound and southbound, covering much of the UK. There are four fast trains into London terminals every hour, with a journey time of less than one hour on the faster lines. There are also direct services to Bournemouth, Manchester, Newcastle and Reading.