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Parklands
100 Banbury Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX2 6JU | View map
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Situated in the beautiful tree lined residential area of North Oxford. Within 15 minutes walk of the historical City Centre and University Colleges. A late Victorian building, once the home of an Oxford Don, his family and his servants. Extensively refurbished to a high standard in keeping with many of the original features, it now comprises 14 comfortable, tastefully decorated en-suite bedrooms to accommodate up to 25 guests.
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All our guest bedrooms are non-smoking with en-suite facilities, powerful showers, remote control colour televisions, radio alarm clocks, hospitality trays, direct dial telephones and hair dryers.
Wireless internet connection available throughout the hotel.
Our dining room serves a full English or vegetarian breakfast which is included in the price.
Fully licensed bar with comfortable guest lounge and access to our private walled garden.
Ample free car parking.
Quiet office for guest use, with Internet access, fax and photocopying, computer and printing facilities.
Conference room available for up to 10 delegates.

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