A bright single room is offered in this clean and welcoming family home with shared bathroom. Continental breakfast is offered to visitors in the sunny conservatory. The home is wonderfully located with excellent bus routes to Oxford city and the train and bus stations; with bus stops 2 minutes away.
The room, which overlooks the front of the house, consists of a divan double bed with two bedside tables and lights. Clothes storage is provided by a chest of 6 drawers and a double wardrobe, again with additional drawers. Full length mirror and a desk and chair. Colour TV.
Ideally located for the car plant as well as the Oxford Business and Science Parks. wireless internet. No pets in the home. On-road parking.
Formally known as The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity in the University of Oxford (you can see why it’s commonly known by it’s shorter name now can’t you!), Trinity College in Oxford was founded in 1555 by Sir Thomas Pope.
A beautiful old site, Trinity College owes much of it’s rich history to it’s former residents, the Durham College’s Benedictine Monks, who occupied the area in centuries prior.