Non road facing room was quiet, the only noise came from what I think were the cleaners in the upstairs room throwing furniture around.
Restaurant food was pricey but of a very high standard.
Restaurant & bar service is somewhat lacking as there seems to be several people behind the bar with only one person serving drinks at any one time, also waited one hour & 5 minutes for dinner to be served, complained (to Liam the manager) & recieved goodwill gesture, the next evening the dinner arrived within 15 minutes of ordering.
Overall slightly more pricey than other premier inns but adequate stay experienced for a friday & Saturday.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Perfect for a stay in Oxfordshire, the Premier Inn Abingdon occupies a converted mill within walking distance of this buzzing market town's centre. Easily accessible from the A34 and close to Didcot Parkway and Oxford train stations, you'll be well connected to routes around the county and to London and beyond. Wander around the weekly markets in Abingdon, take a relaxing river cruise to Henley and Oxford, experience the enchanting setting of Blenheim Palace, then enjoy a warm welcome with us where you'll find everything you need for a pleasant stay: spacious rooms, a tasty restaurant, and extra-comfy beds. Important info This Premier Inn is located near a major road, bedrooms are insulated to minimise noise. Please note that this Premier Inn does not have a lift. Guests requiring an easily accessible room please contact the hotel direct. Please note that all twin rooms at this hotel consist of a double bed and a single sofa bed. ... more less
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