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Holloway Farm House
Holloway Farm
Milton Common

Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX33 1LJ | View map

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Whether travelling to Oxford for business or pleasure, or simply passing through, Holloway Farm is conveniently located in Milton Common, Oxfordshire, on the services at junction 8a of the M40 motorway, providing excellent access to Oxford City Centre and London. Ample free parking is provided for guests at Holloway Farm House.The following facilities are available– En-suite twin and double rooms priced from £40.00 per room per night including facilities for disabled guests. Family rooms and cot facilities are also available upon request. Each room is equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, an LCD television with approximately 50 Freeview channels and a DVD player. A selection of DVD's are available for guests to use free of charge. Free wireless internet access is provided for all guests.A Continental breakfast is available each morning, and refreshments and snacks are available 24 hours a day.Great location for guests visiting Raymond Blanc's world famous Le Manoir!

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