Previously the Four Pillars Oxford, the Oxford Abingdon Hotel is conveniently located in the charming town of Abingdon-On-Thames. The Hotel is easily accessible, situated in the heart of Oxfordshire and the Thames Valley making it the top Oxfordshire hotel for guests from all over the UK and beyond. The riverside town of Abingdon-On-Thames has an interesting historical background. Abingdon Abbey is said to have been the first monastery in England and its ruins can now be seen in the Abbey Gardens. Abingdon also boasts the grandest Town Hall in England, built by the stonemason who created the magnificent dome of St Paul’s Cathedral.
Oxford Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel
Marcham Road, Abingdon-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, OX14 1TZ
M4 East or West to junction 13, follow A34 towards Oxford, leave at A415 junction towards Abingdon/Witney, follow road towards Abingdon approximately 1/4 mile to roundabout (you will see the hotel to your right) take 3rd exit approx 200 yards, the first right, you will see the hotel’s car park.
M40 to junction 9 (Wendelbury interchange), follow the A34 southbound direction Oxford until A415 Abingdon. Turn left off the first round-about and then right at the second round-about and the hotel will be on your right hand side.
Private car parking is available.