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Nightingale B&B | Large Single En-suite |Cowley

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Location: Greater Leys, Oxford
Postcode: OX4 7FL
Sleeps: 1
Room: Single
From: £57.12 per night or £357 per week.
Grenoble Road OX4 7FL

A lovelyspacious single room in an immaculate house offering B&B at a very afforabe rate. Located close to the Science and Business Parks in south west Oxford as well as the Kassam Conference Centre and Unipart main offices. This private Oxford bed and breakfast offers two rooms on the second floor that share the main bathroom; situated between the rooms. Buses from this location go to teh city centre and Oxford railway station.

Suitable for all professional persons needing a nice place to stay whilst working in Oxford. A home from home offered by a local host you have the additional benefit of all the comforts of home.

The single room is light and airy has a double bed for single occupancy. Additional furniture include a bedside table and bedside lamp,dressing table, chest of drawers and wardrobe for ample clothes storage. Relas after work watching the large flat screen TV with freeview channels form the comfortable chair in the room.

A sinple but ample contineal breakfast is taken on the table in the living room and is self service.Drveway or safe on road parking. Use of a microwave if requeted in advance is included. Light use of the kitchen option can be selected at the time of booking.

No pets in the property. House to be vacated during the day.
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