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Geranium Cottage B&B | Double | Abingdon

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Location: Abingdon
Postcode: OX14 1XT
Sleeps: 2
Room: Double
From: £59.20 per night or £371 per week.
North Abingdon OX14 1XT
The lovely lady host offers this fine double room for the professional visitors looking for a very comfortable place to stay. The cottage in North Abingdon is within a mile from Abingdon centre. Very convenient for the A34 and routes into Abingdon, Didcot and Oxford. Close to the Abingdon & Witney Collage, Thames View Industrial park, Abingdon Community Hospital and many of the schools.
The accommodation is immaculately clean offering visitors peace of mind when making the reservation. Light use of the kitchen at times agreed with the host is an optional extra which can be selected at the time of reservation. As there is no dining room the self serve continental breakfast is taken in the living room.
The lovely room consists of a double bed, bedside tables with 2
drawers with lamp, single wardrobe, mirror. Shared shower room with power shower. All linen and towels are provided. Visitors are welcome to watch the TV with cable digital channel in the living room. Wireless internet access included. Weekly laundry service with access to ironing facilities. Or visitors are welcome to use the washing machine if agreed in advance. Off-road parking. Use of garden. Buses to Oxford Railway, JR Hospital, Oxford City centre, Abingdon Fairacres centre, Wantage and Didcot

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Geranium Cottage B&B Abingdon

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