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Lakeside Guest House
118 Abingdon Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX1 4PZ | View map
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Located within an impressive semi detached Victorian residence. Lakeside is only half a mile from Oxford city centre and next door to an open green park with children's play area and outdoor swimming pool, perfect for leisurely summer activities. At Lakeside we pride ourselves on offering guests a home from home experience in contemporary surroundings. We offer a range of accommodation including single, double, twin and family bedrooms. All rates are inclusive of full English breakfast, car parking and VAT. Lakeside is only a 10 minute walk or short bus ride away from the heart of Oxford and it's historical University Colleges. Guests are recommended to visit the newly renovated Oxford Castle, the Ashmoleon or one of our free museums, or take the city sightseeing tour from an open-top bus. Alternatively enjoy a stroll through Christ Church Meadows to the Botanical Gardens or go punting along the River Cherwell. Oxford has over 630 listed buildings and attractions including cosmopoliton shops, famous restaurants and traditional pubs to be embraced by all. Our bedrooms have all been recently refurbished to an impressive standard. We use local produce and home-made jams, which are also available to purchase.

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