The Kensington is located in Headington, a bustling suburb close to Oxford Brookes University. The area is at the top of Headington Hill, overlooking the city of Oxford in the Thames Valley below. It is perfectly situated for travelling into the city centre, and is less than an hour away from London Luton Airport.
The modern and contemporary ground-floor apartment offers free parking, and is airy and light – boasting modern facilities which make it perfect for business or leisure. With a spacious double-bedroom and living-room area, this home from home can sleep four people, making it ideal for a weekend away. The ground floor position also makes it perfect for any disabled guests.
The modern decor, nice furniture and beautiful art makes the The Kensington the ideal retreat at the end of a long day. The living-room contains a dining area, plus a comfy sofa-bed – perfect for unwinding in the evening. There is complimentary high-speed Wifi provided, as well as a Smart Screen TV, enabling you to watch a film or catch up with your favourite programme on iPlayer.
The bedroom offers a comfy hotel quality style bed with fresh white linen, storage, a full-length mirror, hairdryer and ironing facilities. The bedroom contains “zip& link” beds, enabling them to be used as a kingsize double or two singles.
The family bathroom in The Kensington comes with fresh towels (both hand towels and showering towels), shampoo, condition, shower gel, and has a shaving point. There is also a shower-over-bath. For guests staying longer, a weekly clean and linen/towel changes are provided.
The kitchen area comes fully equipped with all the facilities you would expect from a luxury apartment, including kettle and toaster, microwave, washer-dryer, gas hob and oven, and fridge-freezer. There is tea and coffee provided, plus you’ll also find that we’ve provided cutlery and pots and pans.
With good transport links from this location in to the city and London – this apartment in Headington is in such an ideal spot for anyone looking to explore Oxford, but similarly is perfect for commuters alike.
The property is a ten minute drive from the University of Oxford. The University Museum of Natural History is less than 15 minutes away, alternatively you can get there by bus – with the Brookes bus U1, Sapphire 280, 9 and X8 buses leaving up to every 8 minutes.