Represents good value in a city where hotels are expensive.
26-12-2016 brucestalker1, Reading,
Location: In a nice, leafy side road 1 mile from Oxford City Centre. Good transport links with plenty of buses available from a bus stop 2 minutes from the hotel or, dependent on the time, a taxi ride... more
Location: In a nice, leafy side road 1 mile from Oxford City Centre. Good transport links with plenty of buses available from a bus stop 2 minutes from the hotel or, dependent on the time, a taxi ride costing £3 - £5. Good car park with the added bonus of free off road parking at certain times, especially useful on a Saturday evening and all day Sunday.
Public Rooms: Very pleasant, modern reception area, small but quite pleasant bar (24 hours) which is handy for a pre-going out drink or nightcap, and a large restaurant. The room tariff included a buffet style breakfast which was comprehensive for hot and cold options. Tables were cleared quickly and staff very pleasant.
Rooms: The hotel was still being refurbished but ours was fine. It is, in our opinion, slightly above Best Western standards - comfortable bed, TV, toiletries, tea making etc and is functional. This more than met our needs for an overnight stay.
This was a very pleasant surprise for us as it had been some 4 years since our previous visit. The hotel has certainly come up in the world and we would stay again, especially as it represented good value compared to the often over-priced alternatives in Oxford. less
LintonLodge99, General Manager at BEST WESTERN Linton Lodge Hotel, responded to this review
Many thanks for taking the time to post a review and I am pleased that you found us to be a very pleasant surprise and enjoyed your stay with us and that we fully met your needs.
We all very much hope to seeing you again soon