Looking for a Guest House in Banbury, Oxfordshire?
With an emphasis on comfort and quality, Jan and Nigel welcome you to Hanwell House, a modern three-storey home, boasting character and charm, quietly situated on the edge of the Hanwell Fields estate just off the Southam Road offering en-suite accommodation in a luxurious and comfortable environment. Hanwell House bed and breakfast is privately-owned and operated with a beautiful landscaped garden, a fishpond and private parking for guests.
We offer all our guests a small library of general book titles, local guides, maps and walking tours of Banbury, Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon to make the most out of your stay with us. We also have a small library of DVDs, which all our guests are welcome to borrow and use either in the DVD players integrated into the flat-screen television in the Danesmoor Room or in a portable DVD player which we can set up for you in the Cropredy Room and Edgehill Room.
B&B Located in ‘Banburyshire’
Located in the heart of ‘Banburyshire’ Hanwell House bed and breakfast is well placed for visits to the Cotswolds, Warwick Castle and the historic sites of Stratford-upon-Avon, Royal Leamington Spa and Oxford, yet only about an hour from London – by train or car and many other local places of interest
In addition we are around 20 minutes drive away from the famous Silverstone Racing Circuit where they hold the Moto GP and the Formula 1 Grand Prix and only ten minutes from the English Civil War Battlefields of Cropredy Bridge and Edgehill. Cropredy is also home to the renowned Fairport Convention music festival every year in August.
Great location on the north side of Banbury
Situated on the north side of Banbury, Hanwell House bed and breakfast is only a few minutes from junction 11 of the M40 and just five minutes from the Town Centre, with its unique canal-side Castle Quay shopping mall and historic Market Square with regular markets every Thursday and Saturday. A regular bus service links us to the town where the railway station has regular, direct links to London, Birmingham, Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Warwick.