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Cox's Hall

A comfortable Georgian house with two guest bedrooms: Double bed with en-suite bathroom; twin beds with private bathroom. Full central heating, easy parking, no smoking.

60 High Street, Stanford in the Vale, SN7 8NQ (view map)

Telephone: 01367 710248


The Horse & Jockey

"A charming 600-year old inn offering a separate dining room, accommodation, event catering, conference and meeting facilities, outside dining, beer gardens and a selection of bar and restaurant meals to suit all tastes. Superbly positioned in the beautiful village of Stanford in the Vale, the inn benefits from an open fire in the cosy bar, a friendly atmosphere and an exquisite food menu. Equidistant between Faringdon and Wantage, it is the perfect starting point for trips to Oxford, Swindon, the numerous surrounding towns and villages, and destinations further afield. Three en suite bedrooms are available, individually designed with traditional comfort in mind. All are equipped with television, tea/coffee making facilities, hospitality trays and luxury toiletries. A choice of cooked or continental breakfast, and a morning newspaper will make your stay very enjoyable."

25 Faringdon Road, Stanford in the Vale, Oxfordshire SN7 8NN (view map)

Telephone: 01367 710302

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