Ascari House Bed & Breakfast

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

OX13 6RZ

Ascari House Bed & Breakfast, Steventon

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Chalet accommodation with own front door and en-suite. Walking distance to country pubs, shops, bus routes to Oxford and surrounding village. Ideal for those working in nearby Harwell, Milton Park and Power station or visitors visiting Oxford city, visiting family or walking the Thames Path/Ridgeway.

Dog allowed by arrangement. Deluxe Double features jacuzzi bath and bathroom TV.

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Murder of King Edward

The young King Edward, who had only been on the throne for 3 years, was murdered at Corfe Castle, Dorset, probably with the connivance of his step-mother. Edward, later canonized, was succeeded by his half-brother Ethelred, known to history by the unfortunate soubriquet, Ethelred the Unready

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