ROOMS IN WANTAGE
Bed Sitting Rooms To Rent
Hosted by Annie Hill
We have 4 bed sitting rooms to let in our house in Wantage. Three of our rooms are let out on a medium to long term basis, the other is available for short term guests.
Our house is within walking distance of Wantage town centre (5 minutes) and is a short drive from local businesses such as Crown Packaging, Williams F1, Grove 2000, Milton Park, Culham Laboratory, AEA Technology Harwell,Rutherford Laboratory (RAL) and Diamond Light Source.
The rooms can be rented daily or weekly and are strictly non-smoking.
Note: These are bed sitting rooms – we do not provide breakfast.
Please note that we are not a Bed & Breakfast, so no breakfast. However, Wantage is only a 5 minute walk and has plenty of good cafes, pubs, restaurants and shops.
- £120 per week bills included (incl. wireless broadband)
- TV, dvd player, microwave oven, fridge, kettle.
- The family shower room is available to our guests.
£30 per night for 1 to 5 nights single occupancy, £150 per week
£50 per night for 2 people.
Bedding, sheets and towels provided for short term lets.
TV, dvd player, microwave oven, fridge, kettle and wireless broadband.
The family shower room is available to our guests.
£150 per week bills included (incl. wireless broadband)
Room 3 is an attic bed-sitting room
TV, DVD player, microwave oven, fridge, kettle and a shared toilet and wash basin
The family shower room is available to our guests
This is the larger of the 2 attic rooms
£120 per week bills included (incl. wireless broadband)
Room 4 is similar to Room 3, with the same facilities, but smaller.
Our house has 6 bedrooms and is located in Haywards Close; a quiet residential area of Wantage. It is occupied by Howard, Annie and Jemima, our cat.
There is plenty of car parking space available outside the house and there is a bus service in Wantage Market Square.
Our nearest railway station is Didcot Parkway and is on the main line between London and Bristol.
The nearest airports are Heathrow, Bristol, Luton, Stanstead and Birmingham.
Wantage is a lovely small market town in the Vale of White Horse, and has a good range of shops and services, including plenty of places to eat and drink.
Links with the past are strong and Wantage – it is where King Alfred the Great was born in 849 AD. Wantage is a great place to visit to enjoy this historic part of England.