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5 Mile View
528 Banbury Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire

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The rooms are all fully en-suite with complimentary refreshment trays, free internet access, mini fridges, televisions and hairdryer. We offer a choice of single, double, twin, triple and family rooms to suit all requirements. Our family suite offers flexible family accommodation which can accommodate up to 5. It is situated on the ground floor with it’s own small garden terrace. We are within walking distance of Summertown with its many shops, bars, restaurants and swimmming pool. There is also a picturesque park nearby. There is easy access to Oxford's City centre via public transport, to the dreaming spires, universities and hospitals. With great links to A34, A40 & M40 which provides easy access to Blenheim Palace, Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon, Bicester Village Designer Outlet, the Cotswold's, Warwick castle, Windsor and London. Closer to home and within walking distance of the guest house, is Cutteslowe park - with tennis courts, duck pond and miniature train rides, North Oxford golf club and Summertown shopping parade with it's lively bars, restaurants and exclusive shops including M&S. We have free secure parking on site.

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