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Milton Hill House 4 Stars

Milton Hill, Steventon, Didcot, OX13 6AF Show on map  3.12 miles from Didcot
Milton Hill House
Phone: +44 (0)870 609 1153Online booking and availability
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£53.10per room per night
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Middle Fell 4 Stars

Moreton Road, Aston Upthorne, Didcot, OX11 9ER Show on map  2.82 miles from Didcot
Middle Fell
Phone: +44 (0)1235 850207
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£45.00per room per night

Penny's Bed And Breakfast 

62 Park Road, Didcot, OX11 8QP Show on map  0.67 miles from Didcot
Penny's Bed And Breakfast
Phone: +44 (0)1235 413119
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£40.00per room per night

Didcot, located in Oxfordshire, is situated in the Thames Valley. The town is located approximately 16 kilometers south of Oxford. Visitors will find that there are numerous sights to enjoy in the local area. In particular, there are several leisure centers that are located in Didcot and the surrounding area, including a multi-purpose arts center. There are also numerous pubs and restaurants to choose from. The town can be easily reached via the surrounding areas, making it a convenient location for visitors who are looking for a charming place to visit.

The English town of Didcot is located within the Thames Valley area within the county of Oxfordshire. The town of Didcot is located about ten miles to the south of the city of Oxford. Up until 1974 the town of Didcot was part of the area that is known as Berkshire. The town of Didcot dates back to the time of the Iron Age.

The town of Didcot is located within the southern part of Oxfordshire. Didcot is the largest town within the parliamentary constituency that is known as Wantage. Ed Vaizey who is a member of the Conservative party has represented the constituency of Wantage since 2005 in Westminster.

The town of Didcot is a parish that has the same status as a town. The town is part of the administration of the town council of Didcot. Twenty-one councillors that together represent four wards represent the town. The four wards are known as All Saints, Park, Ladygrove and also Northbourne. Five councillors represent the ward of All Saints. Five councillors also represent the ward of Park. Six councillors represent the ward of Ladygrove and five councillors represent the ward of Northbourne. The town councillors that are elected are unpaid and offer their time to the position on a voluntary basis.

The town of Didcot has a strong education network that consists of six different primary schools and another seven local village schools that all form part of the Partnership for Didcot Primary. The six main primary schools include Ladygrove Park, Manor, All Saints Church of England, Northbourne Church of England, Willowcroft and also Stephen Freeman. The seven additional primary schools are Harwell Community, Long Wittenham Church of England, South Moreton County, Hagbourne and also Blewbury Endowed Church of England. There are two secondary schools within the town that are known as Didoct Girls School and also St Birinus School.

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