from £149 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
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Townhouse / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2 Home 89773
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Townhouse / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
One of a row of four recently built compact terraced town houses situated in an excellent position in St. Clements just yards from the University, The Plain and High Street of Oxford. The Deer Park, Botanical Gardens and Magdalen College are all just around the corner. The property is well equipped with modern furnishings and fittings, providing an ideal comfortable base for central Oxford.
Accommodation comprises front door leading in to an open plan sitting/dining/kitchen area with separate utility room/washbasin. Stairs lead to double bedroom with study area and small balcony. En-suite shower/bathroom. Compact and comfortable accommodation throughout.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Nearest beach||Havant 128 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Heathrow Airport 75 km, Nearest railway: Oxford Railway Station 3 km|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Telephone, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Access||Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
This town house is decorated and furnished to a high standard throughout, promising you a high level of convenience and comfort. All furniture, electrical goods and kitchen equipment is of a very good quality and well maintained. Soft furnishings and linen are of an excellent standard, making this property feel especially comfortable and welcoming. It has very good access to the local transport network and local amenities.
Access: Garage parking space available, subject to availability (fee charged)
Broadband Is Free
Freeview Is Provided
|Further details outdoors|
Garage available upon request, subject to availability and a fee.
Serviced Accommodation: The property is fully furnished and equipped and the tariff includes a weekly linen & towel change, heating, lighting, water, electricity, council taxes, television licence & welcome pack.
An additional guest charge is applicable for guests in excess of the standard rental occupancy stated.
Tariffs quoted are per property not per person.
The Oxfordshire region
Oxford - Dreaming spires, England's oldest university, the stunning architecture on Broad Street and the High Street, the covered market and the colleges.
The Cotswolds stretch from Stratford upon Avon in the north to Bath in the south. From Gloucester in the west to Oxford in the east, the rolling hills are full of story book English villages. Then you can add Shakespeare at Stratford upon Avon, the dreaming spires and colleges at Oxford and the Georgian city of Bath. There is something different to do every day.
Woodstock - Famous for Blenheim Palace and Winston Churchill's grave, the village itself also has a lot of charm.
Stratford upon Avon - The birthplace of William Shakespeare and the home of the Shakespeare Theatre.
Chipping Campden - Perhaps the nicest of the Cotswold villages, as it is relatively unspoiled by the weight of modern tourism.
Stow on the World - A busy small town, with a charming square and a range of shops.
The Slaughters - The Cotswolds encapsulated, Upper and Lower Slaughter, with their manor houses and honey stone cottages.
Burford - The town has a steep main street, with lots of antique shops, which runs down to the river and the ancient bridge.
Cirencester - The town has evolved from a Roman garrison town to a charming, well preserved market town.
Bath - The Roman spa and the Georgian houses are the blend that attract tourists from all over the world.
University tours: 500 yds
Golf 15 mins
Oxford University, founded in 1214, is the oldest and best university in Britain. Over 30 individual colleges make up the university, and each has become affiliated to the central university at different points in time from the 13th century up to today. There is no "campus" as such, but you will find a cluster of very beautiful historic buildings that are used by all the colleges - the Bodleian Library, the Radcliffe Camera, the Sheldonain Theatre, the Ashmolean Museum in the centre of Oxford. The individual colleges are scattered around the centre as well. Each college is protected by a high wall, which is entered through the porters lodge at the main gate. Once inside a veritable Pandora's Box opens up with courtyards and grass quadrangles, old buildings, the college chapel, its library, the students rooms. The only way to see what a college is like is to go inside a few.
There are walking tours of the colleges, and the open top buses go on a continual loop round the city (with your ticket you can get on and off at will) Go on one complete loop to get your bearings, then go round again getting on and off at those places and colleges that took your fancy.
The River is an important part of university life, particularly in the summer term. You get to the river by walking through Christ Church Meadow. The Oxford University Boat Race crew train here in the winter, in the summer, the less serious and more spectacular Summer Eights take place.
On the River Cherwell, which joins the Thames at the boat houses, you can rent a punt and try your hand at poling up the picturesque narrow river, perhaps reaching a pub for a little refreshment!
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16 Jul 2012
"clean. nice, central, but noisy and curtains"
great place very central where all the busses stop next to it even the airline. 15 min maximum to central oxford and 20 minutes walk to oxford brookes university. the kitchen is fully equiped and the house too. the problem is that it is next to alot of resturants and it can be noisy at night especially that the windows do not shut the noise and even the curtains are white and the light comes to the room early...
16 Jan 2012
"Would have been OK but for water problems"
First of all, we experienced no problems with check-in. We were able to get a friend to pick up the keys before our arrival. The flat was rather tiny, we thought, for the price (comparing with our experiences in London). The biggest problem was that there was no hot water at the flat. We contacted the manager, David, and he promised there would be a plumber out the next day to look at it. The next day he said they had needed a part, and it was a bank holiday, so it would not be fixed until the next day. On our third day there, the owner came with a plumber (who had obviously not been there the day before), and I was told that it would cost too much to fix. He suggested we transfer to the apartment next door, and said we would get a refund for the inconvenience. We transferred next door, but the water situation was only marginally better. The hot water there seemed to be on-again, off-again. My wife was able to have a warm shower, but I had to have a fairly cold shower the day after. After my wife had her shower, there was not enough hot water to wash dishes. We sent emails to the manager to tell him of the situation and left a note on the day we left explaining the circumstances. We had no reply. I have sent emails inquiring about the aforementioned refund, and have had one reply, indicating he would get back to us. Silence since then. I realize that one may never know when a boiler is going to give up, but I would have expected a little more interest about our situation, and would like to hear from them regarding the refund.
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