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B and Bs in Wallingford

Alouette Bed & Breakfast
2 Caldicott Close
Shillingford

Wallingford
Oxfordshire

OX10 7HF | View map
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Graded 4 Star Silver with Visit Britain, Alouette is situated in rural Oxfordshire in the twinned villages of Shillingford-on-Thames and Warborough, with its delightful village green, used in the filming of Midsomer Murders. Close to the Thames Path and the Ridgeway it is an ideal base for walking, cycling and visiting the many places of interest nearby. Our beautiful Red Kites can be seen soaring above.

Modern and comfortable accommodation in detached home. We pride ourselves on attention to detail and a warm welcome awaits you. Historic town of Wallingford on Thames 1.5 miles. Close to RAF Benson. Within easy reach of the City of Oxford (20 mins), Henley on Thames (20 mins), Reading (25 mins). Nearest motorways M40 & M4.
All rooms with I-Pod Dock

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star Quality in Tourism Award - Visit Britain Inspected
Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 1 + 1 private bathroom

Price per Room:

Double: £65 - £75
Twin: £65 - £75
Single: £45 - £55 - Single occupancy
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Children Welcome
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Tea/Coffee Making Facilities - Mini Fridge
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
TV in Rooms - Flatsceen TV/DVD/Freeview/Free WiFi/Ipod Dock

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