B&B Rafters located at Abingdon Rd, Marcham, Abingdon OX13 6NU, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 391298

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Jason Bennett

5 Google Rating

Clean, modern decor, lovely location. We had a great master suite with a beautiful bathroom, comfy b

5/ 5

Clean, modern decor, lovely location. We had a great master suite with a beautiful bathroom, comfy bed, and a roof deck. Sigrid is an absolutely wonderful hostess, (sorry about the bath oil decanter, Sigrid☹️). The eggs Benedict and whiskey porridge were gourmet quality. We’ll certainly book here again when visiting family in Oxford!!

Sarah Waller

5 Google Rating

5* B&B - have stayed in a number of places around Abingdon and this tops them all - rooms extremely

5/ 5

5* B&B - have stayed in a number of places around Abingdon and this tops them all - rooms extremely clean and have everything you need for a comfortable stay. Would highly recommend.

Linda Hannah

5 Google Rating

As newcomers to B&B our visit to Rafters couldn’t have been any better as a first experience. 5 St

5/ 5

As newcomers to B&B our visit to Rafters couldn’t have been any better as a first experience. 5 Star in every aspect from room comfort to breakfast to being made to feel welcome. Would definitely recommend and definitely visit again

M Alone

5 Google Rating

The moment you enter you notice the great attention to detail that the owners have put into this B&B

5/ 5

The moment you enter you notice the great attention to detail that the owners have put into this B&B. This is truly is high-spec luxury B&B. The bed is comfortable and the bathroom is big and modern. The breakfast is as good as everyone says (including delicious fresh fruit). Would definitely return if in the area.

Katherine Krawec

5 Google Rating

A cosy but modern atmosphere, incredibly well priced for both the area and the quality. I had a sing

5/ 5

A cosy but modern atmosphere, incredibly well priced for both the area and the quality. I had a single room so wasn't expecting much but was pleasantly surprised by how spacious it was. In room tea and coffee was excellent quality, with fresh milk available. The bathroom had an incredible shower and everything was spotless. Breakfast had a good selection for hot breakfast, a little more limited otherwise but it was all of excellent quality. Would stay again if in the area.

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