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Oakover Guest House
25 Clevedon Road
Weston-super-Mare
Somerset

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Oakover is a six bedroom family run Guest House under the personal attention of resident proprietor Diane Priestley, whose aim is to offer you a warm welcome and memorable stay in Weston-super-Mare.

Oakover is in an ideal location, situated on level ground only two minutes walk to the sea front, recreational parks, local shops, restaurants, churches and is only 5-10 minutes walk to Weston-super-Mare town centre.

Oakover Guest House offers superb accommodation on both ground and first floors. We have Double, Kingsize, Twin rooms with 5 Superior Rooms (one with a jacuzzi) - all are en suite. Rooms are all tastefully decorated and furnished to a very high standard. With colour television, wireless internet connection, tea/coffee making facilities, fridge, radio alarms, iron & ironing board, hand and bath towels and many other 'home from home' extras. Please note that all rooms are non smoking.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds Award
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Person

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: From 26 (low) - 40 (high)
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