Ratings based on 55 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Dec 2, 2013
for Everyoneby Sharon from Mansfield
A Wonderfull B & BPosted Nov 11, 2013
Pros: The excellent service which is second to none, a very friendly welcome
Cons: Nothing, they run the B&B perfectly.
Location: Situated in the lovely village of Woodstock, and only minutes from Blenheim Palace
This is a wonderfully quant B&B and Tea Rooms, the staff are charming and welcoming and offer a good old fashioned level of customer service that sometimes eludes the bigger chain hotels. Excellent service which made our stay in Woodstock most enjoyable.
for Everyoneby Philippa from London
Affordable comfort close to Blenheim PalacePosted Oct 25, 2013
Pros: We particularly liked the location of the hotel - next door to Blenheim Palace, its character and the fact that we could open the windows!
Cons: Perhaps the lighting/heating system in the bathroom in the room we stayed in (Room 3), which was a bit old and failed on Saturday night.
Location: Perfect location, next to Blenheim Palace - for history and walking. Lovely, old pubs, fab restuarants and nice shops a walk away. Close to Oxford.
Woodstock in Oxfordshire is a great place for a weekend break and the Blenheim Guest house, just round the corner, is perfect if you're planning to visit Blenheim Palace. We arrived on a lovely autumn afternoon and - despite some of the comments we'd read on-line about parking - had no problem parking practically outside the front door, where we were able to leave the car all weekend. Staff were welcoming and helpful and our twin room was a good size with everything we needed. The bathroom was quite small but clean and adequate for our needs. Towels were plentiful and changed every day. If you want a boutique hotel, with prices to match, there are plenty in Woodstock; but if you're simply after a comfy, friendly place to stay, close to amenities, the Blenheim Guest House is great. Unpretentious accommodation, great breakfasts and at a price that leaves you plenty of cash to spend on eating in the lovely restaurants nearby or shop in the galleries. If you are not a fan of teddy bears you may not relish sharing your breakfast table with one (there's at least one seated at every table), but they don't seem to have made it up the stairs to the bedrooms. The staff serving breakfast were chatty without being too in-your-face and gave us lots of info about Woodstock and our visit to Blenheim Palace. I'd definitely stay at the Blenheim Guesthouse again (but maybe not for a weekend of passion and luxury) and would recommend it to others.
for Couplesby vickie from virginia
Affordable hotel.Posted Oct 6, 2013
Pros: Friendly staff & good location.
Cons: Needs to be refurbished.
Location: Many good restaurants , pubs & stores nearby.
Friendly & helpful staff. Quiet location. Good cooked breakfast. Near to restaurants, pubs & grocery. Unfortunately there is no parking lot for the hotel, only on street parking. It is sometimes difficult to find a space and the spaces are marked 3 hours. We were told that it was not inforced so we left our car on the street & we did Not receive a ticket, but it is a worry. The hotel was comfortable but needs to be refurbished & updated.
for Everyoneby Rob from Indianola, WA
Nice B&B in a nice town close to Blenheim PalacePosted Sep 26, 2013
Location: Blenheim Palace. Cotswold villages. Bampton, the Downton village in Downton Abbey is just 15 miles away.
Just around the corner from one of the three entrances to Blenheim Palace.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Fantastic locationPosted Sep 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel was in a great location & staff were very friendly & helpful. The poached eggs on toast were delicious & had a great selection for breakfast.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Really Nice StayPosted Sep 4, 2013
This is a really nice, charming property and very reasonably priced if you wish to visit Oxford. The bus was right down the lane and 15 minutes away. If you are interested in Blenheim Palace and Winston Churchill, you are literally next door. We drove here and had no problem finding free parking on the street. Our room was quite large and the bed was comfortable. Breakfast was quite the English breakfast feast.
for Familiesby Mike from Harrisburg, PA - USA
Couldn't get closer to Blenheim PalacePosted Sep 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
My wife and I had a great stay at the Guest House. Our room was very clean and comfortable and the staff was extremely helpful. Has stairs to the rooms, so keep that in mind if you have mobility issues, but that isn't unexpected in small or older inn. Town gate to Blenheim Palace is right around the corner from the Guest House. Easy to find parking on street in Woodstock.
for Couplesby Mark from London
Great B&B for a short stayPosted Sep 1, 2013
I took my partner for a long weekend in the Cotswolds and stayed here for one night. It's a straight forward B&B attached to a well frequented tea house. The room was fresh and clean and we enjoyed our stay. Breakfast was a bit average, but perfectly fine considering it was included in the very reasonable price.
for Personal Eventby MA from London
Superb locationPosted Aug 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very friendly staff. Good location. Clean. Period building. Impressive breakfast. No private car parking.