Newly refurbished Mercure Oxford Hawkwell House Hotel located in the picturesque village of Iffley, inspired by Oxford style vintage fashion with a décor based on the Oxford brogue and Oxford collar which is illustrated throughout the hotel.
The main hotel was the birthplace of explorer and polar medallist, Francis Howard Bickerton born in 1889. The hotel’s brand new restaurant and bar is named in his honour ‘Frank’s at Hawkwell House.’ Offering a locally inspired menu with signature dishes such as Baked Alaska, our Head Chef has infused his creations with a focus on local ingredients.
Elm House, a 15 bedroom annexe in the hotel grounds was the former home to Major George W Allen, pioneer motorist, pilot and aerial photographer. The hotel is surrounded by landscaped gardens with a terrace perfect for al fresco dining, BBQs, social gatherings and weddings. All 62 newly designed bedrooms are locally inspired by oxford fashion from days gone by. Refurbished meetings and events facilities in our Thames Suite offer a tranquil setting.
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