The Oxfordshire has announced the July 2010 opening of their Hotel & Spa, which will provide a state-of-the art destination close to the M40.

The Oxfordshire‘s existing 7313-yard Championship golf course is the only British course designed by the parkland pioneer, Rees Jones. However the four-star hotel, with luxury spa and 15-metre pool, six flexible conference rooms and signature Sakura restaurant, will also attract business groups and tourists.

The hotel design has been overseen by Jennifer Gibbons – joint owner with Paul Gibbons – who has drawn on the world’s best hotels.

Jennifer said: “The hotel has a country-club feel, with soft furnishing and fabrics in the rooms.”

Paul Gibbons has built up Leaderboard Golf – which is behind the hotel development – since selling his founding stake in Autotrader Magazine in 1998.
 
“We already have a world-class course at The Oxfordshire and we wanted world-class accommodation to go with it,” says Paul.

Tim Pettifer, General Manager of the hotel, says: “This is a very good period for us to be opening. Being this close to Oxford – and its newly renamed London Oxford Airport – we will be top of the list for luxury tourism and business travel.

“Being positioned within arguably the UK’s top region for heritage tourism – and with as good food as you can find anywhere locally – we really have an unbeatable combination.”

Full golf training and a quality Pro shop will be available to hotel guests, and, away from the golf course, there are extensive pampering and therapy treatments.

To gain further information go to oxfordshiregolfclub.co.uk or call 01844 278300.

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