Abbey Guest House

Bed and Breakfast in Abingdon, Oxfordshire

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136 Oxford Road, Sunningwell
OX14 2AG

Abbey Guest House, Abingdon

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Accommodation Description:

We are a quiet, comfortable guest house offering five bedrooms, all en-suite. We offer a free-to-use Internet PC, WiFi throughout, and all rooms now have digital Freeview DVDTV. Our ground floor Easy Access suite is suitable for most wheelchair users and has an accessible wet-room.

(More information is available on our website; or telephone to discuss how we can accommodate your requirements.)We take great pride in our standards of service. Whether you are here for a week or just one night, you will feel this is your home away from home - or better than home according to feedback from more than one guest. We are very conveniently located along the main road into Abingdon off the A34 but we are set well back from the road (and actually off a small service road running parallel to the main road) and behind some trees that provide a very effective sound barrier.

A bus stop at the foot of our driveway provides easy and quick access directly into the centre of Oxford (just six miles away), and across the road is the bus stop to go into Abingdon itself (0.9 miles to the town centre). Two local pubs providing food are within 500 yards.

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