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Burlington House
374 Banbury Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX2 7PP | View map

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Nestling in leafy North Oxford, a short bus ride from the bustling city centre, this hotel offers peaceful, luxury bed and breakfast accommodation. The hotel has been consistently awarded the highest accommodation rating and is now 5-stars in the new AA scheme. Burlington House has been recommended by both the Which? Guide to Good Hotels and its sister publication. Without disturbing its period elegance, this large Victorian merchant's house, dating from 1889, has been carefully renovated into a stylish and luxurious bed and breakfast hotel. There is a residents lounge, dining room, on-site car parking and landscaped gardens. Burlington House is famous for its breakfasts, described as 'feast-like' in one Which? Good Hotel Guide review and 'luxurious' in another. Only the freshest and highest quality ingredients are used.

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