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Days Inn Oxford
Welcome Break Service M40, J8a, OX33 1LJ Oxford United Kingdom
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Description Days Inn Oxford
The Days Inn at Oxford is a two star situated in a service area on the M40 and is a well placed rest break for travellers.
It has all the amenities required, including free wifi, digital satellite TV and a direct dial telephone.
All rooms are ensuite with a power shower, hairdryer, and toiletries, and include tea and coffee making facilities. A free newspaper will be delivered to your door in the morning.
Free parking is available onsite as well as easy wheelchair access.
There is a meeting room available for those on business.
Reception is manned 24hours, other round the clock services in the hotel or nearby include an ATM machine and a fuel station.
Pets are allowed.
Just steps away there are a multitude of shops and restaurants including Waitrose, KFC, Burger King and Primo Coffee.
Nearby attractions include the Roald Dahl Story, Blenheim Palace, The Cotswolds, The Oxford Museum and Waterstock Golf Club.
London Luton Airport is the most distant of London's airports and is 57 km from the city centre to the North West of the city. It is located 3 km from the Bedfordshire town of Luton and is located close to the M1 motorway with fast rail links to the centre of London. Luton is the 4th largest of the so-called London airports after Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. The majority of the airlines using Luton serve airports in Europe though a small number of long haul destinations are also available.
The airport serves as a hub for the low cost carriers easyJet and RyanAir as well as charter airlines Monarch and Thomson. In 2008 the airport handled more than 10 million passengers.
Car parking and hotels are available on the airport and neighbouring areas.
Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace is located in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and dates from around 1514 when it was built by King Henry VIII for Cardinal Wolsey. He lived in the palace until 1529 when he fell out of favour with the King and from that point on it became the main residence of King Henry VIII who had it enlarged. Over the next two centuries it was enlarged further and remained a principal residence of the Royal Family until the late 18th century.
Today Hampton Court Palace is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Britain and plays host to many events throughout the year, including an annual flower show by the Royal Horticultural Society that attracts over 300,000 visitors.
The palace is open for visiting daily throughout the year (with the exception of a few public holidays over the Christmas period) and several different ticket options are available. Full details of prices along with the opening hours are available on the website.
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (also known as Kew Gardens) consist of 300 acres of gardens and greenhouses along the east bank of the Thames in southwest London. Founded by Princess Augusta (mother of George III) in 1759, the gardens were gifted to the nation by the Royal Family in 1841. Kew Gardens are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and they function as a major scientific institution for the study and classification of plants as well as a major tourist attraction. Features include paths to and by the river, bedding areas with seasonal plantings, the Rhododendrum Dell, 18th-century garden follies designed by Sir William Chambers, the Kew Garden Gallery, and the Palm House for tropical plants. The gardens are accessible by riverboat (about 90 minutes from Westminster Pier) or by Tube (District Line toward Richmond). Check the official Web site for admission fees and public hours.
Thorpe Park is located in Chertsey, Surrey and offers a selection of 9 different zones viz. Calypso Quay, Lost City, Neptune's Kingdom, Thorpe Farm, Canada Creek, Ranger County, Amity Cove, Port Atlantis and Octopus Garden. There are many rides to choose from, ranging from children's rides to fast white-knuckle rollercoasters. Also on site are amusement arcades and various food outlets as well as a swimming area with a children's pool and water slides.
Reduced tariffs for on line advance bookings are available at the website and the following cards are accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Switch, JCB, Delta, Solo, Electro. Details of opening hours are available at the website.
The Cotswold Way is a designated 'National Trail' that runs along the Cotswold Escarpment for a distance of 102 miles between the Gloucestershire village of Chipping Campden and the town of Bath. The starting point - or end point, depending on which direction you are going - is outside the Town Hall in Chipping Campden, where it is marked by a large stone with a plaque.
Whilst the Cotswold Way has been actively promoted as a long distance path, it was only in 1998 that it received government endorsement to be developed as a National Trail and it was launched as such in 2007, making it the newest of the 15 specially designated trails.