About Oxford Manor
Oxford Manor is a beautiful guest house situated in Durban, only a short drive to the beach and the lagoon. It is close to many restaurants and shops, making it ideal for a family wanting to be close to all amenities but still in a peaceful atmosphere.
The guest house offers seven comfortable rooms with en-suite bathrooms and private entrances. All the rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, TVs with DStv, tea and coffee facilities, fans and dressing tables. There are braai facilities in the garden for some good-old South African cuisine.
Enjoy a delicious English breakfast in the sunny dining area before heading out to explore the area. There is a lovely swimming pool with sun loungers and seating areas for a more relaxed day. The entire property is electric fenced and there is secure off-street parking available.
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