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Hope House
14 Oxford Street
Woodstock
Oxfordshire

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Ancestral home to the Money family. Boutique accommodation is offered with a hearty locally sourced organic breakfast served in our Vanbrugh Restaurant. Three spacious (80sqm) suites and an enchanting 3 bedroom town cottage, have all been meticulously restored and magnificently furnished. Within 500 metres of our front door are 14 eateries. Some fine AA two rosette restaurants, lively brasseries and gastro pubs. No shortage of culinary options for your stay at Hope House. There are also 15 public houses within walking distance! All our suites feature •Exceptionally spacious accommodation (60-80 sqm)•Master bedroom with King size bed•Second bedroom with zip link twin/king beds•Air conditioning throughout•Work desk and free wi-fi throughout all rooms•Contemporary but sympathetic interior design•Italian Beltrami bed linen•Hand made Mulberry Tree silk duvets and pillows•Remote lighting, Sony SKY TV, Blu-Ray player, In wall Ipod docs via surround sound system•Heated marbled floors throughout bathrooms•Luxurious selection of toiletries and bath salts•Victorian roll top steel baths, Monsoon showers •LCD bathroom TV with Sky•Sensibly priced fully stocked bar•Allocated car parking space

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