The Feathers Hotel, situated in the centre of historic Woodstock just a few miles from the University City of Oxford, is a privately owned 17th century country town hotel. Originally five separate houses, the hotel boasts character and charm with antiques, log fires and traditional English furnishings. Woodstock is one of England's most beautiful and famous country towns. Constructed largely from Cotswold stone, its buildings date from the 12th century. It is host to a wealth of interesting shops, restaurants and historical buildings - including the Oxfordshire County Museum. Situated only eight miles from 'The Dreaming Spires' of the historic University of Oxford, on the edge of the spectacular Cotswolds and huddling next to the gates of Blenheim Palace - home of the 11th Duke of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Woodstock has much to offer its visitors.
The Restaurant - The antique panelled, award winning, Feathers restaurant prides itself on using only the finest and freshest of local ingredients. The kitchen, lead by Head Chef David Edwards, has attracted acclaim from both home and abroad as a beacon for fine cuisine. The Courtyard Bar and Garden - The Courtyard Bar is renowned as a meeting place for locals and hotel guests alike. It offers informal light lunches and dinner against a backdrop of a roaring log fire in the winter. French doors from the bar lead directly into the garden which provides a delightful setting for the Courtyard menu - weather permitting. All rooms have been designed and decorated, for your comfort, using antiques and original paintings. Each room is individually named therefore giving them their own character and ambience. The rooms are located throughout the original four houses and with its winding staircases and corridors it is easy to get lost within the labyrinth of The Feathers. The rooms vary in size and location, with some sited in The Feathers House - just 10 yards from the main hotel reception.
The Suites are well located - some overlooking Market Street, whilst others overlook the courtyard garden. A junior suite even has its own garden terrace. All rooms and suites have private bathrooms and showers, telephone and remote control television and satellite channels.