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Five Mile View Guest House
528 Banbury Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX2 8EG | View map

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Situated 1.5km from the centre of Oxford the city of dreaming spires. The guest house is convenient for university, colleges and hospitals. Located on a frequent main bus route to Oxford's city centre. All rooms are en-suite with tea / coffee making facilites, mini-fridge, colour T.V. and Wi-Fi. A full english, continental or vegetarian breakfast is included. All children are welcome and cots are available. Evening meals packed lunches and special diets by prior arrangement. Free off street private car park.Lovely, welcoming family run guest house just five minutes from Oxford City Centre on the main bus route. Ten minutes from Blenheim Palace. Good access links with M40/A40, the Cotswolds and all London airports. Full English Breakfast or vegetarian alternative included in price. All rooms fully en-suite. Off road private car parking. Cycle route to City Centre. 15 minutes from Bicester Village designer outlet.

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