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Abingdon

From £163 per night
0.3 miles

Burford Serviced Apartment is situated in an iconic building near the River Thames in Abingdon. The Old Gaol, once a well-known early 19th century prison, makes an intriguing setting for this distinctive one bedroom apartment. As well as a fully equipped kitchen and a spacious living area, the apartment has an outstanding set of facilities, including a balcony, full Sky TV package, underground parking and even access to an on-site gym. The bedroom has a king size bed and mirrored wardrobes.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Abingdon

From £173 per night
0.3 miles

Located within the historic site of Abingdon’s ‘Old Gaol’, Daniel Harris Serviced Apartment offers wonderful accommodation that is perfect for guests staying longer in the area. With wooden flooring, high-quality furniture and a beautifully finished kitchen that boasts plenty of workspace, this apartment provides a flexible and comfortable space. As well as a two bedroom apartment for up to four to stay in, guests also get secure underground parking and access to the private fitness centre.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Abingdon

From £182 per night
0.3 miles

Tomkins Serviced Apartment is situated within the historic ‘Old Gaol’ in Abingdon, next to the River Thames. This beautiful two bedroom apartment makes excellent use of its high ceilings and period wooden beams, then mixes modern facilities with sympathetic furnishings and a lovely wooden parquet floor in the main living area. Up to four guests can stay, enjoying premium features like a full Sky TV package, as well as access to underground parking and the building’s private gymnasium.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Abingdon

From £192 per night
0.3 miles

Situated within the ‘Old Gaol’, a historic building next to the River Thames in Abingdon, the two bedroom Roysse Serviced Apartment benefits from an idyllic location yet is within easy reach of all the shops and services of the town centre. Both bedrooms have king size beds and built-in wardrobes, while the open plan living area has a well-equipped kitchen that boasts quartz stone worktops and a flat screen TV with a full Sky TV package. There is also a large balcony for outside space.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Abingdon

From £Call for quote
2.8 miles

Located in a beautiful semi-rural location but with easy car access to Oxford, Lashford Lane provides three bedroom serviced accommodation suitable for five guests. This spacious and attractive property provides everything one would need for a comfortable stay, the living area features comfortable furnishings and a flat screen TV with Freeview. Guests can also enjoy use of a private garden, perfect for enjoying a drink or some alfresco dining in the summer months.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About Abingdon

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Abingdon is a small and friendly town in Oxfordshire, with a rich history and ideal for access to nearby Oxford.


About Abingdon

Although generally just known as ‘Abingdon’ this attractive Oxfordshire market town is officially ‘Abingdon-on-Thames’, as the river runs close by. It lies about 6 miles south of the city of Oxford and benefits both from its proximity to the city and its idyllic countryside location near the Thames. Corporate travellers coming to and from serviced apartments in Abingdon can reach it via the A34 trunk road, which runs from Oxford to the north, where it links with the M40, and Newbury to the south, where it finds the M4.

Abingdon is an old town, steeped in traditions, which include a 400-year-old Bun Throwing event held on special celebrations, Britain’s narrowest and longest funfair and, of course, Morris dancing. Abingdon also has an annual Air & Country Show, which developed from the old RAF Abingdon Air Show when the base was taken over by the army in 1992. Abingdon was once famous for its car production, but since the MG factory closed in 1980, it’s business and science companies that have come to occupy the business parks. As a pleasant place for families to live, it has been popular with those working for nearby scientific employers, such as the JET fusion research project and the Harwell Laboratory, and for those commuting into Oxford.