English Getaways Oxfordshire: Standard Room for Two with Breakfast, Wine and Option for Tea and Dinner at 4* Mercure Thame Lambert Hotel for £75.00

English Getaways Oxfordshire: Standard Room for Two with Breakfast, Wine and Option for Tea and Dinner at 4* Mercure Thame Lambert Hotel for £75.00

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Mercure Thame Lambert Hotel Currently Offer: Oxfordshire: Standard Room for Two with Breakfast, Wine and Option for Tea and Dinner at 4* Mercure Thame Lambert Hotel for just £75.00 Valid from: 2019-08-28T23:00:00 to 2020-03-10T23:59:59

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The HotelSituated in Watlington, midway between Oxford and High Wycombe, The Lambert Hotel invites travellers to a refurbished four-star coaching inn featuring contemporary-styled bedrooms. Located at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, the inn is conveniently located for guests who enjoy leisurely strolls and outdoor activities, while nearby areas of interest include the historic Hell-Fire Caves and Blenheim Palace.The hotel’s rooms feature plasma TVs with Freeview channels, hot drink-making facilities and hairdryers. Guests can enjoy classic interior decor complemented with elegant dark-wood furnishings.On-site amenities include a contemporary restaurant that offers seasonal dishes based on locally-sourced produce. The menus feature modern British cuisine options as well as some pub classics.Groupon’s Guide to OxfordshireOxfordshire, a county situated in South East England, attracts tourists from all over the world with its rich history and culture, as well as beautiful sceneries and green spaces. From the ancient University of Oxford and The Ashmolean museum of art and archaeology to Blenheim Palace, Sir Winston Churchill’s birthplace situated at the edge of the picturesque town of Woodstock, the list of cultural sights in Oxfordshire seems almost endless.The county is home to a large part of the Cotswolds, the designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which extends from Oxford into the neighbouring counties of Gloucestershire and Warwickshire, and is famous for its charming villages.Walking and cycling tours are also popular among visitors, offering an opportunity to discover the county’s hidden gems. More details…

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