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Abodes B&B |Kennington| Lavender Double Shared bathroom

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Location: Kennington, Oxford
Postcode: OX1 5NU
Sleeps: 2
Room: Double
From: £56.00 per night or £0 per week.

.A nicely newly decorated double room sharing a bathroom with spa bath and electric shower. Located in a small B&B in Kennington, 2.5 miles south of the heart of Oxford city. Self serve Continental Breakfast. Driveway and safe parking in a quiet residential location. Ideal for visiting Oxford or whilst working and looking for a comfortable welcoming and good value place to stay. 15 minute bus services to Oxford every 20 minutes from nearby bus stop. Flat screen colour TV.. Wireless internet. Pet dog and cat in the property

The double room consists of a new comfortable double bed with modern glossed matching bedside tables and table lamps. Modern glossed white double wardrobe.. TV with satellite channels..

  • Flat large screen television with free-view digital channels
  • Hair dryer
  • Kettle
  • Use of microwave and fridge in the dining room
  • The shared bathroom has a spa bath & an electric shower
  • Wireless Internet
  • Luxury Towels
  • Quality linen
  • Garage space for bicycle storage
The welcoming hosts provides comfortable accommodation on a bed & breakfast basis in this modern family home. Continental breakfast is supplied in the dining room where guests can help themselves. Bean to cup Coffee Machine, toaster, There are village shops and a pub within walking distance, as well as a lovely walk to the Thames or ancient woods to spy the deers. Driveway parking for four cars. Dog and cat in household.
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