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Mr Christopher Williams (St Hugh's College, Oxford, December 2013): Just a touch expensive for a room with
no ensuite, otherwise very quiet, very pleasant.
Mrs Marian Fairclough (Keble College, Oxford, November 2013): We'd stay there again!
Mrs Gretchen Hucklesby (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2013): The friendliness and efficiency of the staff generally, make this a very pleasant place to stay. Acommodation, though simple, is perfectly adequate and comfortable, and good value.
Ms Patti M Houisse (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2013): I enjoy my stay though I wish I'd realise first how far it was from the city center, after 30 mn walk! The room was fine, the bathrooms & toilets a bit far, in a different corridor. But it was quiet & fuss free. Good breakfast too and lovely grounds.
Mrs Ursula Fackler (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, November 2013): Comfortable atmosphere, very authentic environment. We enjoyed our stay at St. Benet's Hall.
Mrs Sarah Gent (Jesus College, Oxford, November 2013): Really pleased we stayed here as it was the perfect place to stay for my son's graduation from Pembroke.The location couldn't have been better. The room was lovely, everyone was very friendly and helpful and the breakfast was delicious.
Mrs Elsa Strietman (Jesus College, Oxford, November 2013): I loved being in the College ( and have my own College in Cambridge which with to compare standards...) and thought it all excellent. I would very much like to book the same room for two nights in February ( 21st and 22nd).
Your Porters and the catering staff were very courteous and helpful.
Mr Lewis Willcocks (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2013): Very good value for money and a really efficient booking system.
Mrs Chan Mayor (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2013): Booking was easy-very pleased with your arrangement for parking my car-lodge staff very helpful-everyone welcoming and overall a VG service. My only negative point was that the showers were pretty poor-but it could have been that I could not work them It did not spoil my stay. I have stayed in various Oxford colleges when I have lectures to attend, and found it a gooox experience. I hope to stay again soon.
Miss Anastacia Holding (St Stephen's House, Oxford, November 2013): My daughter and I had a really lovely time at St Stephen's and would definitely return.
Miss Alisa Stratulat (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2013): We had a great time at St Hugh's and we highly recommend it!
Sr. Adolfo Arguello (St Stephen's House, Oxford, November 2013): Very relaxed environment
Mr Stan Seddon (St Stephen's House, Oxford, November 2013): Very convenient. Excellent value for money. Room was well presented. Wil definitely book again.
Miss Nicoletta Bruno (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2013): Beautiful experience. I recommend St. Hugh's college, I have been here for 12 days and next year I will come back again. Quiet atmophere useful for scholars.
Mrs Myriam Zils (Jesus College, Oxford, October 2013): It was a really nice experience to stay in Jesus College, since it is very close to most sights and to shops, restaurants and cafes in the city centre.
Mrs Sylvia Haq (Keble College, Oxford, October 2013): The rooms are basic but as expected, the college buildings are spectacular, the position in the city could not be better. We were more than pleased with our stay at Keble College. The park and ride service in the city is also excellent.
Ms Laurel Stone (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2013): We enjoyed our stay in this lovely building. Staff were helpful and food was delicious.
Mr Tim Ross (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2013): Very pleased with the room and facilities. Great value. Easy access to Oxford town square, shopping, restaurants, and local historical landmarks.
Mr RONALD PETER RYDER (Liddell Building, Oxford, October 2013): It was the first time I had taken rooms in student accommodation, and I might do so again if these high standards can be maintained. These rooms are a haven for students, who now, of course, pay for their lodgings. I can see an all-round benefit for student accommodation during term time, and for visitors/tourists during the summer months. Everyone is a winner!
Dr Antony Shermoen (Wadham College, Oxford, October 2013): Very nice room, excellent location and breakfast at a very good price. (Of course, I had to justify this given my wife graduated from LMH.) I would definitely look to Wadham College on my next visit to Oxford from California.
Mrs alida Gell (Keble College, Oxford, October 2013): I had a very comfortable and snug room in the attic with great view over pusey quadand clock tower. The room was very clean and the sheets very nice and soft. Bathroom with shower and loo were very clean. It was a real experience. The people at reception very helpful and professional. Also breakfast in the magnificent hall was really good. Staff very good at breakfast. To top it all the chapel was open in the morning and I was there to watch the Light of the World in total silence, What a beautiful chapel.
I could have stayed much longer , also very central to all in Oxford!
Thank you! Pity but understandably the fire place was blocked off.
I really enjoyed my stay! Will definitely stay again.
Alida Gell, Staffordshire
Mrs Ann Walker (Wadham College, Oxford, October 2013): The room was spotlessly clean but basic (e.g. no TV or radio). On top floor with steep stairs but this was made clear beforehand. Free Wi-Fi was welcomed.
Good choice of breakfast in impressive surroundings.
All staff were very helpful and welcoming and the stay was excellent value in an interesting historic setting.
Mr Levente Hajdu (Christ Church, Oxford, October 2013): I feel I got better value for money staying in Oxford at Christ Church then if I had gone to a hotel. The service is about the same (bed sheets, towels, soap, WiFi , and breakfast) but the architecture, history and gardens are considerably finer.
I am an Inspector Morse fan and wanted to visit locations where it was filmed (Christ Church was used in "The Daughters of Cain"). The ability to get access to a normally private college is a wonderful thing. As a residential guest I could come and go anytime day or night (perfect for night photography), you get a key (fob) to the little door in the porter's lodge which is locked after 9:00PM. And you're given a badge to pass by the porters lodge when it's open. Once I neglected to adequately brandish my badge and just flew through the back entrance the porter came running after me, but it was perfectly cordial.
Breakfast is in the main dining hall, which is very grand. There were no students at the time. I went to sit with the college servants, but I was kindly invited to sit at high table as a guest of the college, which was an honor for me. I sat next to an Australian woman who was there to do research on illuminated manuscripts at the Bodleian Library. They are a bit touchy about photographing during breakfast which I guess is understandable. And breakfast is a bit early.
I would stay there again,
(Please excuse my American Spellings)
Ms Felicity Shenton (Keble College, Oxford, October 2013): Stayed with my 80 year old father who is an Oxford graduate. Keble College was an excellent place to stay and very sensitive to our needs. I would highly recommend it.
Dr Andraz Petrovcic (Keble College, Oxford, October 2013): Advantages: excellent central location; very clean and spacy rooms; amiable staff at the reception desk; superfast (wired) internet connection; Disadvantage: small bed and a very soft spring mattress.
Overall: good value for money.
Dr Elaine Shaw (Christ Church, Oxford, October 2013): I have to say that of the four colleges I stayed in whilst I was in England, Christ Church was my favourite and St John's a very close second. Everything was just perfect.
Dr Elaine Shaw (Keble College, Oxford, October 2013): A wonderful experience. The College is truly beautiful and yet again the staff in the Porter's lodge were very pleasant and nothing was too much trouble.
Ms Janet Morley (Keble College, Oxford, October 2013): We had a very good overnight stay at Keble College. The room was fine and facilities in it were good. Breakfast was an excellent experience, in the wonderful gothic Hall, where the wide choice of food and prompt service by all staff made the experience outstanding.
Mr Yibo Wu (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2013): Nice place to stay. Quiet and clean.
Mrs Lesley Boutell (Keble College, Oxford, October 2013): Very pleasantly surprised with the facilities. Would definitely stay in a college again.
Mr Mark Jones (Christ Church, Oxford, October 2013): A truly wonderful stay. Beautiful surroundings and excellent location. The architecture at Christ Church college is breathtaking. Fully recommended.
Mrs Mary Waters (Lincoln College, Oxford, October 2013): Excellent service, very nice pleasant helpful staff and perfect accomodation.
Mr Benedict Kolczynski (The Queen's College, Oxford, October 2013): As on previous occasions, a very enjoyable stay.
Mr Brian Callaghan (Christ Church, Oxford, October 2013): We stayed overnight in Christchurch on a Saturday night. We had a nice en-suite room with a lovely view towards the sports-grounds and over the master's gardens. The room was secure, comfortable and quiet, with free WiFi access, and the Christchurch travel toiletries bags are a lovely touch. The college Porters were also extremely friendly and helpful. We had a nice walk in the grounds and took in a wonderful Evensong in the Cathedral. On Sunday morning we had a lovely breakfast in the Great Hall, at top table no less, with plenty of cereal, yogurt, fruit, croissants and a full English breakfast. Staying in Christchurch was a lovely experience and I would recommend it highly to anyone staying in the Oxford area out of term. We also believe we got extremely good value for money compared with Hotels in the area.
Dr Cynthia Sandor (Keble College, Oxford, October 2013): It was a great experience. The Keble College is really a nice place. I hope that I will opportunity to stay over there when I will come back in Oxford.
Miss Gemma Brown (Magdalen College, Oxford, October 2013): The room and facilities were basic, as described on the website. Good value for money though, lovely views and good central location.
Ms Jane Godfrey (Lincoln College, Oxford, September 2013): Room was clean. Nice to have coffee/tea/kettle but would have been helpful to have more milk. Overall really good stay :-)
Dr Zoe Morris (Somerville College, Oxford, September 2013): All staff were very friendly and polite. I would happily stay here again.
Miss Karolina Packo (Liddell Building, Oxford, September 2013): To be perfectly honest I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I booked the room. I was plesantly surprised by the accommodation and facilities. The room was clean and tidy, the bathroom and kitchen sparkling clean. Well done! I loved my stay and shared my experience with other people who attended Aikido weekend so next year we all will be looking at booking rooms with you. Shame they're not avaialable throughout the year.
Again, you get 10 out of 10 for the room/service... THANKS!
Ms Carmen Bishop (Christ Church, Oxford, September 2013): Very friendly and helpful staff to deal with when I took many wrong turns. Room was very tidy and sweet. Fantastic grounds and nice stay.