Green Gables Guest House

Bed and Breakfast in Oxford, Oxfordshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

326 Abingdon Road

Green Gables Guest House, Oxford

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Characteristic Edwardian house in a delightful setting in which to relax and enjoy your visit to the historic city of Oxford. Rooms are bright, spacious and pleasantly furnished.

Welcome to Green Gables, a characteristic Edwardian house set back from the road - a delightful setting in which to relax and enjoy your visit to the historic city of Oxford. Built in 1914 for a local merchant, this solid but elegant house has retained the comfortable appearance and atmosphere of that first owner: Indeed, more than one guest has written 'It's like being at home' Our rooms are bright, spacious and pleasantly furnished to ensure your stay is a comfortable one. All rooms have TV, tea/coffee making facilities, telephone, ensuite showers and toilets.

One room on the ground floor has been adapted for disabled people, with its own ramp and front door. For the comfort of our guests, we are a non-smoking guest house. We do not take bookings for Saturday night only.

We ask our guests to stay a minimum of 2 nights including either the Friday or Sunday. Single occupancy in a double room is available during low season. Please be aware on Saturdays check in is from 2pm-6pm only.

 3 star rating

From: £48.00

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