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Lakeside B&B | Single En-suite | North Oxford

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Location: Oxford
Postcode: OX4 8JQ
Sleeps: 1
Room: Single
From: £52.80 per night or £329 per week.
A great place for any guest looking for a very comfortable and convenient place to stay in Oxford. Located in a quiet road just off Five Mile Drive; just under 3 miles (5 km) North of Oxford the immaculate detached private B&B offers guests bed and continental breakfast in a luxury en-suite room that offers a most comfortable stay to delight any guest to Oxford. Great location for Summertown, only 1.5 miles (2.5km) and less than a mile to North Oxford Golf Club.

The room has been prepared to a high standard with the facilities to make your stay most comfortable.and offers guests the luxury of a modern en-suite, continental breakfast and complimentary WiFi. The room furniture consists of a double bed, bedside tables, an antique dressing table, double wordrobe, tea and coffee facilities, hairdryer and a radio. All linen and towels are provided.

Excellelent transport links to the A40, A34 and the nearby railway station at Oxford Parkway Park and Ride with direct train service to London. Buses to Oxford run regularly with a dedicated bus lane which reduces the journey time to Oxford city.

Continental breasast is included within the rate and enjoyed on the dining table in the modern and dining area overlooking the immaculate garden. There are a number of good places to eat at Wolverton just a mile away or in Oxford itself.
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Lakeside B&B North Oxford - Single En-suite Room

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