Would you like to save as your currency permanently or for this visit only?
Probably the most comfortable bed on earth, really peaceful surroundings, friendly kind staff, and not a bad pint either! Breakfast was nice, good service. Would definitely stay there again.
Nothing in pareticular The building had been converted on a budget with poor quality finishes. Access was via a steep external staircase and over a flat roof with no guard rail to the low parapet. The final exit door was secured with a dead lock that needed a key to open from the inside. None of this complies with the current building regulations.
indian restaurant on site street light directly above skylight directly above bed
Friendly staff, clean modern rooms No
A small but very clean room. They need someone like the hotel inspector to call and sort them out. A very poor quality breakfast served on white linen. Toast served on same plate with the breakfast. No fruit, poor choice of cereals. Carton of orange juice on table.
£40 per night bnb for two was good value for a small ensuite room. Good fry up for breakfast. Good parking. Comfy bed. Noisey. Very near train station and freight trains go all night. 18Th Party in marquee ended just after midnight but expected it to go on longer. Only Sugar Puffs for breakfast cereal, no muesli etc
The staff were excellent. They were lovely to our daughter and made us feel very welcome.
Cleanliness of bed linen. Towels clean and white. shower that worked very well. good breakfast. walls in the room needed the cobwebs dusted off and the curtain could do with a wash.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay - the B&B is also a pub with good beer/ale selection so for dinner we ate in and the food was very good. Breakfast also good. Staff very helpful and courteous. Will stay there again. Easy 15-min. drive to the Park-and-Ride for frequent buses into Oxford. Well worth staying in the countryside. One comment only: Bit difficult finding the Inn as our GPS (Garmin 750 with up-to-date European maps) search did not find "Station Road" in Culham but we found the B&B using the GPS Lat/Long coordinates provided by the B&B in the Bookings.com advertisement - very clever. Nevertheless, a GPS is invaluable and a must when travelling in Britain! Using a conventional map to locate the B&B is not a problem.
It was local to where I needed to be. Some of the staff were friendly. Other staff were a bit off specially at breakfast time. Guests had to make their own tea and coffee. I had to clean hair from the plugholes, in the basin and bathroom of our room.
It was very quiet and the food was tasty I thought the breakfast should have started earlier than 8am
Location to where l wanted to fish the room was very clean and the staff very helpful and the food was excellent. none
Lovely quiet location, staff were very friendly, helpful & flexible. Good food which was nicely presented. I might suggest more choice for breakfast (such as fish, different types of cereals/ yogurt) although staff again were very accomodating and provided full English breakfast which was scrummy.
The food and friendliness of staff was excellent. The location was also very good for walking and exploring the nearby countryside. Not much to dislike really apart from some areas of the establishment looking a little tired, but this was more than made up for by the staff, food and surroundings.
Secure parking The food.
Friendly pub with good food in a lovely location. Excellent breakfast.
Friendliness of staff. Excellent food. Catered very well with my husband's vegan diet.Varied menu. Lovely old building.Good geographical location for tourism.
The food was excellent. Church bell rang every fifteen minutes throughout the night! Room was very cold, even with the heating on! Chipped sink and a mixture of odd furniture in the room.
I stayed in the Chantry room - large, comfortable bed, proper linen and power shower. What more could you want? Straightforward, very nice inn with good beer in the bar and a good breakfast.
Good food and friendly and helpful staff