Enjoy A Victorian Experience

At Beds Away, we take great pride in our pristine and beautiful accommodation. So, if you’re looking an amazing Victorian experience in Oxford, you should choose to stay at our 4-bed Victorian home. This beautiful and spacious home provides more than enough space for families to relax, and is a great hub to enjoy the sites of Oxfordshire from.

The Perfect Home Away from Home

This is the perfect home from home as it has 3 reception rooms, a master bedroom with a gorgeous king-size bed, an en-suite bathroom with a traditional roll top bath and a good size walk-in wardrobe.

There are a further 3 double bedrooms one with an en-suite shower room and a stunning traditional family bathroom with roll-top bath with mermaid feet. In the large main living room overlooking the rear garden, you will find 2 comfy leather sofas, in front of the log burner fireplace with a supply of wood. There is also a beautiful Grandfather clock standing proud. The bi-fold doors lead onto the patio and the well-maintained garden. In the fully equipped kitchen, which has plenty of space to cook family meals, you will find handmade solid wood kitchen cupboards, housing a fridge, a freezer and a dishwasher. There is a Belfast sink, Rangemaster Cooker and various electrical appliances. Leading from the kitchen who will find a study equipped with a printer for your use. In the hallway, you will find a utility room with a washing machine and a fridge freezer. At the front of the property is parking for three/four cars. This house is situated in an excellent location with a bus stop just outside.

Easy To Get To

A 20-minute bus ride and you will be in the world-famous Oxford city centre where you will find plenty of historic properties and museums to explore and you can meander around the beautiful colleges, with their chapels, gardens and halls. Within walking distance from the property, you will find North Oxford Golf Club, North Oxford Lawn Tennis Club, Oxford Hawks Hockey Club, John RR Tolkien’s Grave (Wolvercote Cemetery), Cutteslowe Park with a miniature railway, Bus stop to Woodstock to visit Blenheim Palace in a typical English market town (Oxford Parkway Station), Oxford Parkway Station trains to Bicester Village (10 minutes) and London Marylebone (78 minutes).

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