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The Falcon
88/90 Abingdon Road

OX1 4PX | View map

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A comfortable 10-minute walk from Oxford city centre, opposite Queens college playing fields, with views to the college boathouses along the towpath. A late Victorian town house comprising 16 en-suite guest bedrooms accommodating up to 32 guests in comfortable, well furnished surroundings. Our warm and friendly guesthouse provides well-maintained facilities making it the perfect base from which to explore the history of Oxford and surrounding countryside.
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All our guest bedrooms are non-smoking with en-suite facilities, shower, remote control colour televisions, radio alarm clocks, hospitality trays, direct dial telephones and hair dryers.
Our dining room serves a full English or vegetarian breakfast which is included in the price.
Comfortable guest lounge. Free car parking, secured with an electronic gate (one car per booked room).
South Oxford is the ideal location whether visiting for business or pleasure.
The Falcon is an entirely non-smoking establishment."We can only accept contact from 9.00am to 9.00pm every day"

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