Canal Cottage

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Station Road
Lower Heyford
OX25 5PD

Canal Cottage, Lower Heyford

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Accommodation Description:

The Grade II listed former Wharf Manager s house at the entrance to our historic holiday boatyard has been tastefully converted into three comfortable centrally-heated bedrooms - two fully en-suite and one with a private bathroom (which is disabled-friendly). Each includes Freeview flat-screen TV/DVD courtesy fridge and designer hair-dryer. WI-FI NOT AVAILABLE.

Continental breakfast is delivered to your room on arrival. Canal Cottage is especially suitable as a touring base for Oxford and the Cotswolds for a shopping extravaganza at nearby Bicester Village Outlet Shopping Centre (15mins) or for savouring the splendour of Blenheim Palace (15mins) and Rousham House (5 mins) nearby. For racing fans Silverstone is a mere 20 miles away.

The rail station is 50m away and offers excellent train links to Oxford (15mins) and Banbury (20mins) with connections to London (70 mins) Birmingham (90mins) and many other parts of the country. Parking available. Open all year round except Christmas/New Year.

PLEASE NOTE VERY LATEST CHECK-IN TIME IS 1700. Our home-made plated continental breakfast includes a selection of cold meats cheeses tomato croissant & petit pain. Tea Coffee (including decaffeinated) Hot Chocolate jams/marmalade and honey are also provided: Orange/Apple Juice and a jug of fresh milk are placed with breakfast into your in-room fridge for your convenience.

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