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B and Bs in Didcot

Greensands Guest House
Reading Road
East Hendred

Didcot
Oxfordshire

OX12 8JE | View map
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The guesthouse sits privately within beautifully cared for gardens and offers its guests an enjoyable relaxed stay. All 7 rooms have en-suites, fridges, TV and wifi access, tea/coffee making facilities and there is ample parking. A full English breakfast awaits you in the morning at a time to suit you. Within the grounds there are 4 self-contained chalets with en-suite bathroom and kitchenette for those who prefer to self cater. A laundry service - wash and iron only - is available on site. Please ask for details.

The picturesque village of East Hendred is a quarter of a mile away and for those who enjoy walking there is direct access to the Ridgeway and miles of beautiful countryside. The village itself boasts 3 excellent public houses. So if you are looking for a break, visiting friends or on business please do not hesitate to contact us.

Greensands is situated within easy access of the M4 corridor, just 5 miles from Didcot station and 15 minutes drive from Oxford: The City of the Dreaming Spires.

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Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7

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Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: From 60
Single: From 35
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