The Bath Place Hotel consists of 17th century cottages assembled around a beautiful flagstone courtyard in the centre of Oxford. The family run Hotel nestles between New College, one of the University’s oldest colleges, the Bodleian Library and the Sheldonian Theatre.
The Bath Place Hotel offers fifteen double and twin cottage-style rooms as well as family suites. Each room is en-suite with digital flat-screen television, free wifi, minibar as well as coffee- and tea-making facilities.
The Hotel Bar and Lounge area offers a comfortable seating area with a cosy fireplace for cold winter days.
The cottages were built in the early sixteen hundreds by Flemish weavers who won permission to build against the outside of the city wall. It is believed there had previously been a communal well and bath house on the site. Very little of the original city wall remains. However, parts of it are exposed on the back wall of the present dining room, and one can see a well preserved section of it from several of the hotel windows.