About Woodway B&B

At Woodway B&B,  we understand the importance of a good nights sleep, and a quiet and convenient place to stay whether you are working or holidaying. We are about 3 miles from the Ridgeway, making us a perfect ‘set-off point‘ for ramblers or mountain-bikers wanting to explore the various trails on the nearby North Wessex Downs and Chiltern Hills. If you‘d like something a bit closer to home, we have Smoke Acre Golf Driving Range situated right here on the farm, and are happy to arrange golf lessons if you let us know in advance.

Our Location

Conveniently positioned in the South Oxfordshire countryside not far from Didcot, Abingdon and Oxford. We are 15 minutes by car from Didcot ( Station and Milton Park ), Harwell ( Science Park ) and 20 minutes from Culham ( Science Centre ). Didcot railway station is only 5 miles away with an hourly bus service from approximately 7.00 am until 7.00 pm ( about 30 minutes ). The city of Oxford can also be easily reached approx 45 minutes by car.

The Village of Blewbury

The village of Blewbury is nestled at the foot of the ‘Downs‘ and is an ideal place to explore the Ridgeway and surrounding countryside. It has many of its own attractions including beautiful thatched cob walls and picturesque cottages. It also boasts a post office and two pub restaurants all within walking distance of our B and B, which is located on the edge of the village. For more information visit the Blewbury Website.

Accommodation

We currently have four rooms available for rent, a Self-Contained apartment with its own patio, kitchenette and bathroom, a Twin / Double room with en-suite shower room, a Double Room with shared bathroom and kitchen area and a Single Room with shared bathroom and kitchen. Our rooms have been recently decorated to the highest standards, and your stay includes a free continental breakfast.

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Comfortable and convenient accommodation in the heart of Oxfordshire.