Mercure Oxford Eastgate Hotel

73 High Street - Oxfordshire

OX1 4BE OXFORD - UNITED KINGDOM

Tel : (+44)1865/248332 - Fax : (+44)1865/791681

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A newly refurbished boutique hotel, hidden in the centre of Oxford offers a personal welcome for a relaxing stay in and around this historical university city - discover Mercure Oxford Eastgate Townhouse with dinner in Marco's New York Italian.
Mr. Peter WATT, Hotel manager

Recently refurbished, the 17th century building which is home to the Mercure Oxford Eastgate is located in the centre of Oxford opposite part of the University buildings. The famous novelists J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S Lewis frequented the hotel whilst being Fellows at Merton College and Magdalen College respectively. The Eastgate Townhouse boasts the newly opened Marco's New York Italian restaurant and with onsite parking (chargeable), it is the ideal place to stay while in Oxford.

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  • Restaurant : 1
  • Number of car spaces: 40
    Public outdoor parking 1
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