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Abodes B&B |Kennington| Ashley Single

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Location: Kennington, Oxford
Postcode: OX1 5NU
Sleeps: 1
Room: Single

Kennington B&B OX1 5NU

A nice decorated single room on the first floor of a private Bed & Breakfast in Kennington just 2.5 miles south of the heart of Oxford city centre. Set in a quiet close offering a peaceful stay the single room is ideal for a professional person looking for a comfortable and affordable place to stay in Oxford. This Oxford B&B has a regular 15 minute bus services to Oxford and Abingdon and Didcot is easily reached by train from the nearby Radley. Wireless internet. Continental Breakfast. Driveway Parking and quiet location. Pet dogs and cats

A south Oxford B&B that is conveniently located for the A34, A40 and the M40 for Didcot, Abingdon, Bicester, Witney and the Cotswolds. Shared family bathroom with electric shower shared with two rooms.

The single room consists of a comfortable modern 3' Jaycee bed, table with drawers.Limited hanging space.

  • Kettle with tea and coffee
  • Use of microwave in dining room for the evening
  • Wireless Internet
  • Luxury Towels
  • Quality linen

There are village shops and a pub within walking distance.

A simple continental breakfast is available at an extra charge and taken in the dining room from 7.00 t.o 8.00.

A large driveway providing off-road parking and a garage if storage for bikes is required..

Visitors to vacate the home during the day.

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