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B and Bs in Bladon

Park House
26 Park Street
Bladon
Oxfordshire

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Park House Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room and is situated in the charming Oxfordshire village of Bladon right next to Woodstock. We are within easy walking distance of Blenheim Palace and directly opposite to Bladon Church, the historic burial place of Winston Churchill. There are two double en-suite bedrooms decorated and maintained to the highest standards, as well as a twin / family bedroom with it's own private bathroom. WiFi .Ample overnight car parking. All bathrooms with power showers. Internet access. TV (freeview) in all rooms. Tea and coffee making facilities. Train Station (Long Hanborough) - 1 mile away - pick up service available).As well as offering Bed and Breakfast to our guests we also run a traditional Cotswolds Tea Room at Park House. Breakfast is served to guests in this delightful setting and guests are also invited to sample our wonderful Afternoon Cream Tea and Scones!

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