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Hawkwell House Hotel
Church Way
Iffley Village

Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX4 4DZ | View map
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Hawkwell House is set in the silhouette of Oxford's dreaming spires. The hotel provides complete tranquility near the River Thames. Hawkwell House is located in the city of Oxford, however with the added advantage of being located in the picturesque village of Iffley. Hawkwell House provides a peaceful and professional venue for any occasion.

Situated less than 2 miles from the city centre, 40 miles from London Heathrow via the M40, we are also within excellent proximity to other major links such as the A34 and the M4 and majpor network rail routes.

Our 6 private meeting rooms and suites provide the ideal ambience. All of the suites have natural daylight with views and some access to our gardens.

Be it a banquet for 160 people, a conference for 200 delegates, a dinner party for 6 or even team building and murder mystery weekends, our events team has ideas and experience to guide and assist you

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Number of Rooms: 66
Number Ensuite: 66

Price per Room:

Double: From 95
Single: From 65
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Restaurant

Name: Arezzo Restaurant
Cuisine: English / French

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