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Hazel B&B | Eynsham | Single Room

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Location: Eynsham
Postcode: OX29 4AG
Sleeps: 1
Room: Single
From: £41.28 per night or £259 per week.
Eynsham B&B - OX29 4AG

Cosy and comfortable single room in a first floor flat on a new development on the ourskirst of Eynsham that would please any guest. Modernly furnished to a high standard, the host of the accommodation takes pride in creating a lovely place for visitors to stay. The single room shares the nice bathroom with the owner. Tea and coffee facilites and use of the microwave are available in the kitchen. Guests are welcome to relax and watch television in the living room. This appealing accommodation would suit the professional weekday or Monday to Friday guest working in the local area or in Witney and Oxford.

Room furniture consists of a pine single comfortable bed, small desk and chair serving as the bedside table with light. Matching chest of drawers and double wardrobe providing ample of storage. Bathroom next to the room.

Eynsham is an extremely popular and vibrant village situated almost equidistantly between the market town of Witney and the city of Oxford. It has an excellent range of local amenities including two supermarkets, local butcher and baker, a greengrocer, and a number of Public Houses and restaurants. It is on a regular bus route to both Witney and Oxford. Close to Woodstock and Blenheim Palace.

Walking distance to Eynsham centre, Siemens Magnet Technology, European Electronique and the Thames Canal Path. 7 miles from Witney centre and Oxford Airport.
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Hazel B&B Single Room - Eynsham

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