Corncroft Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

71 CORN STREET
Witney
Oxfordshire
England
OX28 6AS

Corncroft Guest House, Witney

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Corncroft is a high class guest house built in the 18th Century and situated in the market town of Witney Oxfordshire. Proprietor Richard Turner offers excellent facilities and a personal service. All rooms are furnished in Queen Ann or Jacobian style furniture with either four poster or slay beds.

All rooms are equipped with tea making facilities and flat screen televisions. All room have en-suite bathrooms. with either a shower or bath and shower.

The dining room accomodates a maximum of 18 guests offering full english or continental breakfast. close to the cotswolds including Bourton on the water and Burford etc.also near by is Blenheim palace and the university city of Oxford.

 4 star rating

From: £79.00


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Witney Travel and Heritage Information

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North Leigh, St Mary's Church - 3.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Asthall, St Nicholas Church - 4.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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