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Welcome to Abbey Guest House, Abingdon-on-Thames
Abbey Guest House, Abingdon-on-Thames, scoops more awards at The Beautiful South Awards
Abbey Guest House has been awarded a coveted Silver Award in the 'ACCESS AND INCLUSIVITY AWARD' Category at the Beautiful South Awards 2016 in recognition of the provision that is made for guests with a disability or impairment as well as the staff training and awareness. This was after achieving Highly Commended in the previously titled 'ACCESS FOR ALL TOURISM' category of the award in 2015. Click here to see the full details in the Abbey Guest House Press Release
***** Building Works in the B&B are complete!!! *****
We have a cosy guest lounge where guests are welcome to sit and relax by the fire.
The installation of the lift means that the whole house is accessible to all.
The creation of a triple room, as well as a massive family room that is wheelchair friendly and can cater for 5 or 6, means that we should be able to cater for most booking requirements.
** See our Rates page for details of our "Special Offers" **
We are a quiet, 'Home from Home', non smoking, multi-award winning, highly accessible B&B, in the historic town of Abingdon-on-Thames. A choice of 7 en-suite bedrooms includes ground floor 'Easy Access' (with wet room), first floor 'Family Accessible' (with wet room) and 'Allergy Friendly'. Guests enjoy private parking (with Blue Badge bay), excellent bus services and local amenities, secure cycle/scooter storage, Fair Trade items and free WiFi.
All guests have shower rooms and access to a guest bathroom. Room facilities include: digital Freeview TV & DVD player, free security safe, hair-dryer, towelling robes, iron and ironing board. A host of extra equipment, aids and information is available as we offer a flexible and responsive service for all ages and requirements.
From just outside Abbey Guest House, modern accessible buses provide frequent 20 minute journeys to Oxford town centre, coach and railway stations, with fast onward journeys to London, Birmingham etc. Train services from farthest West Wales or Bristol stop at nearby Didcot Station where buses again link quickly to 'our' bus stop outside.