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About Oxford Hotel
Located a short walk from London’s famous Hyde Park, Oxford Hotel provides accommodation close to Notting Hill. Free WiFi is accessible in public areas. Oxford Hotel offers en suite rooms, decorated in calming, neutral tones.
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Random England fact:
The coastal town of Bridport in Dorset was once famous for its Rope-making, with some of the rope being used for making hangmen's nooses. These nooses became famously known as 'a Bridport dagger'.
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