Parklands

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

100 Banbury Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire
England
OX2 6JU

Parklands, Oxford

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Located in a tree-lined residential area of North Oxford (just 15 minutes walk from the City Centre) Parklands offers bed and breakfast accommodation in the late Victorian former home of an Oxford Don

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