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Happylodge
147 Oxford Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX5 2NR | View map
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Established and operated by a well travelled former company executive with traveller's needs in mind. The relaxing enviorment, personalized service and rich breakfast with several types of juices, and choice of continental and English breakfast, every guest's battery is fully recharged. (Please see the comments from one of our guests at the back) The house is conveniently located in North Oxford (Kidlington). Frequent bus services to Oxford city centre and Headington (2, 2a, 2b, 7, 7a, 7b ). 5 minutes drive to Oxford Airport, John Radcliff hospital, Oxford University and Brooks University. Easy access to A40 and A34.
Delightful detached house designed for a local entrepreneur with big room size and lots of space around the landing area, providing extra sitting space for guests. Individually designed bedrooms. Friendly, relaxing atmosphere with highly personalised service and attention. Lovely back garden with tree peonies and Bamboo etc. Happy lodge is aiming to provide a home for travellers, our service and environment will match 5 Diamond standard. Internet access possible.

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