The Railway Inn

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Abingdon, Oxfordshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Station Road Culham
Abingdon
Oxfordshire
England
OX14 3BT

The Railway Inn, Abingdon

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The Railway Inn is a Traditional Inn and restaurant with affordable and comfortable accommodation with a 3 Star QIT and AA Awards. The Railway Inn provides a friendly and informal service for business and leisure travellers alike. It is situated at Culham Railway Station on the main Oxford to Paddington Rail line.

It has easy access to the A34 M40 and M4. Close to the Thames Path walks and Culham MotoX. The Railway Inn is spacious and attractively decorated throughout with a public bar restaurant and garden.

The Public Bar serves ever changing Cask ales and has a TV with BT Sport showing Football, Rugby, Formula 1, and more! The Dining room can seat 50 people. The menu covers Steaks Mixed grill Home made pies Special dietary requirements can be catered for. Dining room serves lunchtime 12 to 2.30pm and 6 to 9pm evenings No Food Sunday Evening.

Breakfast is cooked to order and served 6am to 9am weekdays and 7am to 9.30am Saturday and Sunday. Cereals fruit and porridge are also available for breakfast and a selection of Tea Coffee Well Being hot drinks Hot Chocolate from the Flavia machine. All meat produce is sourced locally from a top butcher ensuring the best quality meat possible.

Accommodation consists of 10 rooms. Family rooms have a double and single bed also a pull out 3ft bed. Double deluxe has a double bed 2 armchairs which can also be used as 3ft single beds making this double into a family room the only bedroom on ground floor.

Double rooms have a double bed and Twin rooms have 2 single beds. All rooms are en-suite non-smoking dressing table and stool wardrobe flat screen tv bedside cabinets with lamps free WiFi and tea/coffee making facilities. Latest Check in 10pm.

The garden has established planting tables and a bar-b-q for summer events. Children are welcome to stay but must be supervised. The Railway Inn also has a 5000 square foot Marquee

 3 star rating

From: £79.00


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