The Crowne Plaza Heythrop Park Hotel is only a 35 minute drive from central Oxford.
It's set on 440 acres of parkland close to the M40 motorway and a quick drive from Chipping Norton. Nearby Charlbury Station has direct rail links to London. Look forward to countryside walks through historic Cotswolds villages or a tour of spectacular Blenheim Palace and its grounds. The University of Oxford and the Bicester Village luxury outlet shopping centre are also a short drive away.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
With an 18-hole golf course and a health club with spa, the new Crowne Plaza Oxford is set in the 440-acre Heythrop Park Resort in the Oxfordshire countryside. Guests can enjoy the garden and terrace.
The health club at Crowne Plaza Heythrop Park has a swimming pool with relaxation area, plus a sauna and steam room. In the modern gym, each machine has a TV screen and an iPod dock.
The golf course takes you through woodland, countryside and around the lakes, finishing with the backdrop of the hotel mansion.
The chic guest rooms have designer features including large beds and flat-screen TVs. Some rooms feature a terrace.
There is a selection of places to dine, including a brasserie and a restaurant with views of the Italian gardens. In the morning, enjoy a breakfast of both hot and cold options at the breakfast buffet.
The hotel also has meeting and business facilities including 28 meeting rooms and a conference theatre which can accommodate up to 400 people. There is also a large, free car park onsite.
Oxford city centre is about 30 minutes' drive away, and Chipping Norton can be reached in about 4 miles. Blenheim Palace is just 6 miles away, and Bicester Village retail park is 14 miles away.
The 18 hole course meanders over ridges and through valleys that are studded with ancient woodland, lakes, and streams. The course is quintessentially English and has several signature holes notably the 6th hole where the green nestles beside a fishing lake, the 14th which doglegs from right to left around an ancient woodland and the closing hole which is straight as a die and has the impressive mansion house as its backdrop.