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Kelly  Smith
by Kelly Smith

The City of Dreaming Spires

Oxford, the county town of Oxfordshire began as a Saxon ford crossing for cattle, hence Ox-ford. After the Norman Conquest, a castle was built, housing a monastic community which became a centre of learning and teaching. In medieval times, halls and colleges were founded and ultimately grew into the University of Oxford. Today, Oxford has 38 colleges and is one of the most prestigious seats of learning in the world.

Also known as The City of Dreaming Spires, most visitors come to marvel at its architecture and the University, which has welcomed scholars for 900 years. Today, Oxford mixes the ancient and the modern and has a thriving business community with many tech companies located here. We have a huge choice of prestige and luxury cars for hire in and around Oxford, so make a search and book direct with a local owner to ensure you get the very best rate and service.

What To Do In Oxford

Oxford University – The college buildings and libraries are world-famous tourist attractions and most are open to the public, some of the finest are Corpus Christi, Christ Church, Magdalen and All Souls. The Bodleian Library – The principal University library, tours are available although you can sneak a look if you’re very quiet to see where Oscar Wilde, C S Lewis and J R R Tolkien once studied. It has become famous as the star of the Harry Potter films as the location was used as the Hogwarts library.

Ashmolean Museum – Having just undergone a £61 million refurbishment, one of the world's leading museums now comprises 39 new galleries, including four temporary exhibition galleries, a new education centre, state-of-the-art conservation studios, and Oxford's first rooftop restaurant. River Thames - Take a break from history and culture with a stroll in the riverside meadows, you can take part of the Thames Path which follows the country’s greatest river from its source in the Cotswolds to the estuary at the Thames Barrier in Greenwich, London.

Heritage and Architecture

Bookshops – You can enjoy a shopping trip in the city although and, not surprisingly, Oxford is well known for its many bookshops as well as antique shops and boutiques. Whether you are touring the colleges or driving out of the city to a country house hotel, choose comfort and safety by hiring a luxury car.

The chauffeur drive option puts an expert in the driving seat who will navigate the city’s notoriously complicated one-way system of narrow streets while you enjoy the sights. Whether it's in a Jaguar, like Morse, the famous TV inspector who solved crimes in Oxford, an Audi or Ferrari, this historic city is ideally seen from a position of executive comfort. Explore our website and discover our selection of vehicles whilst your reservation can be easily and safely made using our secure online booking system.

Whether you opt for a chauffeur or decide to drive yourself, you will want your luxury vehicle on hand to explore beyond Oxford so we’ve outlined a few places of interest below. Blenheim Palace - The birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and at less than 11 miles away, it is worth the trip to view this masterpiece of 18th Century Baroque architecture with more than 2,000 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown parkland and gardens.

The Cotswolds – Oxford is the gateway to one of England’s most idyllic countryside destinations, The Cotswolds. The drive itself is all part of the experience; some of the well-known towns and cities in the Cotswolds include Stow on the Wold, 30 miles away or the regency town of Cheltenham, 42 miles from Oxford, and home to the famous race horse venue.

Popular Luxury Car Rentals in Oxford

We have a great selection of Supercar and luxury car rentals in Oxford including brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati,Porsche, Aston Martin, Mercedes, BMW, Audi and Range Rover.

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