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Athena Guest House
255 Cowley Road
Cowley

Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX4 1XQ | View map

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Athena Guest House is a friendly, family run guest house in Oxford offering accommodation in single, twin or double, triple and family bedrooms all with washbasin facilities, tea & coffee, hairdryer & alarm clock radio, welcome trays and colour TV/DVD Player. Some room has free SKY satellite and NTL cable channels.

Located a short distance from the city centre but within easy reach of the ring road. Public transport is readily available as are taxi services.

Each room has wire & wireless Internet access through DSL cable broadband (with own laptop). A Public PC internet access will provide for guests to check email and surf internet.

Wide selection of English, Continental, Vegetarian breakfast. 3 Parking space and lots fo off street parking space is available.

Our house is one of the original red brick Edwardian detached houses in the area and has a lot of charm and atmosphere. We have private secure parking at the front and a patio area for our guests.

We are registered with The Automobile Association (AA) and the Southern Tourist Board. Our Rating is three diamonds with the AA.

We intend to provide all of our guests with the best possible service and give them maximum comfort throughout their stay.

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TV in Rooms - & DVD player
Satellite TV
Garden - Patio

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