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All reviewsfour poster bedcontinental breakfastdual carriagewaya wonderful place to staycomfy mattressenjoyable night staypark and riderelaxing breakcity centreminute drivestayed here for one nightstay there againfull englishyogurtbiscuitsvisiting oxfordcottage
A warm welcome to a comfortable, clean and well-appointed room in the adjacent small cottage. The visit was brief, due to an early appointment at nearby John Radcliffe Hospital, but the earlier than usual breakfast was ready when required and included delicious, freshly baked croissants....More
My husband booked this lovely Georgian B & B for 1 night as we wanted a day to explore Oxford. It is a gorgeous farmhouse only a 10 minute drive into Oxford but in a quiet location. We had a 4 poster bed with a...More
We had a wonderful stay in the most comfortable four poster bed room. Remarkably the bed has a superb mattress. The two armchairs in the room are again very relaxing. The Bathroom is is quality decor and fittings and the Bath is huge. Breakfast ideal...More
A total rip off and sad experience It's two average rooms in the owner's house with a miserable argumentative angry owner . Greeted by a locked gate and then her offhand mother. Met owner next morning who was furious that we were late for breakfast...More
I stayed here for one night as I was travelling up to London after a meeting on Oxford. My room overlooked the yard and had a very comfy double bed, tea and coffee facilities and flat screen TV. The bathroom was huge and had some...More
It's about 5 miles from the city centre and OK if you're driving but no good if you need buses. If you use the AA Route Planner on line you can find the route, which would be different on the way back because of the dual... More
It's about 5 miles from the city centre and OK if you're driving but no good if you need buses. If you use the AA Route Planner on line you can find the route, which would be different on the way back because of the dual carriageway.