Contact Details

Telephone: 01865 791812


4–5 Bath Place,
Holywell Street,
Oxford OX1 3SU

Our reception desk is manned from 7.30am-11pm seven days per week, although this may vary slightly during winter months. Our long experience has taught us that the opportunity to discuss personal reservation requirements is preferable to booking by using an intermediary booking agent. If you prefer to use our personal online booking service please use the button below to check availability.

Book to Bath Place Hotel  

We have fifteen cottage style rooms in the heart of historic Oxford, seconds away from colleges, libraries and museums.

All rooms are ensuite with digital flat-screen televisions, Minibar, and coffee- and tea-making facilities.

We also have a licensed bar and lounge with fireplace for our guests.

Wireless connection available free of charge.

The hotel has a limited number of secure parking at 23 (25 from the 1st of May) plus an hourly charge  for parking after check out if available. Car parking spaces are allocated according to the date of the room reservation and the first six cars booked will be given the nearby parking. When all the nearby spaces have been booked cars will be directed to a private car park which is a 6/8 minutes’ walk from the hotel. N.B. the charge for this parking area is also 23 daily(25 from the 1st of May). (Very large vehicles/vans etc. may not be able to park in the nearby parking area. Please let us know beforehand if you think your vehicle falls into this category). For guests needing to park their cars beyond check out time an additional hourly charge is payable provided that spaces are available.


How to Find Us

Bath Place Hotel is conveniently placed in the heart of Oxford. Directions are given below the map.


Map to find Bath Place Hotel



Directions to Bath Place Hotel, Oxford



From London: Take the M40 out of London and then take the exit from the motorway signposted to Oxford. When you reach the Oxford ringroad go straight over the roundabout and follow the signs to the City centre. Follow the road all the way to the city centre arriving at a small roundabout with a clock tower in the centre, this is known as the Plain, via St. Clements. Go straight over the Plain and cross the river over the Magdalen Bridge. Stay in the right-hand lane and turn right at the traffic lights into Longwall Street. You can not turn left into Holywell Street, so follow Longwall Street which leads into St. Cross Road and South Parks Road, then turn left into Mansfield road. At the end of Mansfield Road turn right into Holywell Street. The hotel is situated approximately 100 yards down on the left before the traffic lights.

From the north: Take the M40 heading south to Oxford. Follow the signs to the city centre, passing through Summertown, and make your way to the Banbury Road. Just before reaching the city centre, turn left onto Parks Road at a set of traffic lights. Continue on Parks Road until you arrive at another set of traffic lights with the King's Arms pub on your left. Turn left at these lights onto Hollywell Street. We are approximately 150 yards up the road on the right hand side.

From the west: From the ringroad, follow the signs to the City Centre. You will be entering Oxford by the Botley Road. Pass the railway station and continue through the traffic lights into Hythe Bridge Street. Follow this one way system and turn left into Worcester Street. At the next set of traffic lights turn right into Beaumont Street, and at the next set of lights, turn left onto St Giles, making sure that you fork to the right onto the Banbury Rd. At a set of traffic lights, turn right onto Parks Road. Follow the road as it curves right and continue until you arrive a set of traffic lights with the Kings Arm pub on your left. Turn left at these lights onto Hollywell Street. We are on the right side of the road.

From the south: From the ringroad, follow the Abingdon Road, cross the river Thames at Folly Bridge and follow the one way system to the left onto Thames street which becomes Oxpens Road. At the next set of traffic lights go straight over into Hythe Bridge Street, then follow the directions as detailed above (from the West).




Trains run every half-hour throughout the day and night with a more restricted service on Sunday.  The journey takes approximately one hour on the direct service. This also connects Oxford to the Cotswolds and Lower Thames Valley. For further information telephone: 0871 244 1545 or visit


Regular services run by Cross Country Trains connect Oxford with Bournemouth, Manchester, Yorkshire, the North East and Scotland. These services connect Oxford with Birmingham New Street every thirty minutes. Visit or call 0844 811 0124.



The Oxford Express X90 runs every twenty minutes between 7am and midnight and takes approximately 1 hour 40 minutes. For departure times and further information telephone: 01865 785400 or visit 



The Airline                           Heathrow to Oxford service every 30 minutes

(journey time approximately 80--100 minutes)

The Airline                            Gatwick to Oxford every hour

(journey time approximately 2 hours)