Abingdon Hotels

Abingdon is set beside the River Thames just south of Oxford and can trace its history back to the early Saxon period. Alfred the great held the manor here and his descendant Athelstan had a royal residence here in the 10th century. The Abingdon Hotels are extremely popular with tourists and business travellers as they offer idyllic surroundings and ideal location.

The town is populated with a wonderful selection of historic buildings set on the banks of the Thames, the most easily recognised symbol of the town is the County Hall built by a pupil of Sir Christopher Wren. Nearby is St Nicholas church, which dates to the Norman period and beside this the late 15th century Abbey Gateway, the Grammar School founded by John Roysse in 1563 and at the foot of Bridge street is found the County Goal (now a leisure centre) built by the French prisoners during the Napoleonic Wars. Not far away is Abingdon Bridge which is not one but three bridges dating back to the early 15th century.

The town is well situated to visitors and offers its visitors easy access to such places as Windsor Castle, Blenheim Palace and Warwick Castle, guests may take day trips through the Cotswolds, into Oxfordshire or London. Abingdon is well linked by rail and road and shuttle services are available from Heathrow.

Abingdon Hotels present a varied catalogue of choice providing for all needs in idyllic surroundings wrapped in fascinating history. Here we profile the full range of hotels in the area ranging from luxury to budget rooms.
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