Picking out where to stay in Chipping Norton is a breeze, with just 4 hotels listed within a 3-mile radius of the city center.
The Bell Inn is just one of the great options within an easy commute of the action.
Stow-on-the-Wold is a great district to base yourself since it is home to 7 hotels that can be booked through Expedia. Stow-on-the-Wold is 9 miles from downtown Chipping Norton. The White Hart - Inn and Cross Keys Cottage - Guest house are some of the Expedia-listed choices here. Also popular with travelers is Bourton-on-the-Water, which is an alternative Chipping Norton hotel neighborhood that is 10 miles from downtown Chipping Norton. Bourton-on-the-Water is home to more well-known accommodation options featuring the Old Manse Hotel Bourton and Broadlands Guest House.
If you are looking for additional accommodation options, the Slaughters Manor House and the Old Bank Hotel are 10 miles and 16 miles from the center of Chipping Norton. Tourists looking for something else can check out the Old Parsonage Hotel and the Macdonald Randolph Hotel, 15 miles and 16 miles away.
Looking for more to do? Consider spending a day or two enjoying the St Nicholas Church, Lower Oddington and the Fosse Gallery Fine Art in Upper Oddington, 7 miles to the west of Chipping Norton. The Wyck Hill House Hotel And Spa and The Porch House are a few of the accommodation alternatives in Upper Oddington. 7 miles to the southeast of Chipping Norton is Woodstock, which is home to the Marlborough Arms Hotel and Duke of Marlborough Hotel - Inn. While visiting Woodstock, you might like to visit River Cherwell and Eynsham Park.
16 miles to the southeast of Chipping Norton is Oxford, a regional center with a population of 150,000, and the home of tourist attractions like the University & Pitt Rivers Museums, South Park and Magdalen Bridge. The Linacre College and the St Edmund Hall are also well worth checking out. Oxford offers Expedia-listed hotels and apartments to suit everyone, including the Crazy Bear and De Vere Oxford Thames.