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Gables Guest House
6 Cumnor Hill
Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX2 9HA | View map
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The house is located in a smart leafy area close to the dreaming spires of the University and city centre of Oxford. Easy access to A34 and routes to Woodstock, Bath and Stonehenge. If you feel inclined after one of Sally's delicious breakfasts, you can walk into the city or buses run every ten minutes. Five minutes walk to several excellent restaurants and a short drive to famous pubs such as The Trout and The Fishes. At the Gables Guest House you will be offered a very warm welcome and friendly, attentive service throughout your stay, nothing is too much trouble. All of the rooms are recently refurbished, modern rooms with extra comfortable beds and en suite facilities, as well as white fluffy towels and bathrobes. In all rooms there are up to date communication facilities; direct dial telephones, wireless internet access, satellite TV, DVD and radio. There is also a stylish conservatory lounge with access to immaculate gardens. Whilst staying with us you will get to enjoy a lavish offering of continental breakfasts with hearty home cooked breakfasts of your choice, including free range eggs, local produce and organic yoghurt. We pride ourselves on our excellent standards in housekeeping and all of the rooms are spotlessly clean. You will find a host of complimentary extras in your room, just to make your stay that little bit special.

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