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Mr Christopher Warren (St Hugh's College, Oxford, March 2014): The porters were extremely helpful and courteous; I was also impressed by the Philippine lady who recognised me as a visitor and welcomed and directed me at breakfast.
Mrs GILLIAN HOLT (St Hugh's College, Oxford, March 2014): The College and grounds are lovely. I stayed in a room in the oldest part of the building. The room was quite large, clean and well appointed with a nice view of the gardens and a good range of useful accessories. The only negatives were the rather noisy doors and the bathroom fittings which were clean but rather past their best.
Mrs Lesley Robinson (Jesus College, Oxford, March 2014): Wonderful and with a great view of the Saxon tower from our room
Dr. Céline Sabiron (St Hugh's College, Oxford, March 2014): All was well
Dr Paul Mitchell (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, March 2014): Friendly welcome to quiet and peaceful St Benet's in the heart of Oxford. Clean and airy good-sized room overlooking busy St Giles. Enjoyable stay, thank you,
Miss Dorothy Livingston (Keble College, Oxford, March 2014): The college dining hall made a lovely setting for breakfast and the room was spotless, comfortable and well equipped.
Miss C.A. Whinnom (St Hugh's College, Oxford, March 2014): Can't comment on breakfast except that I got up and went to work too early to have it! Immaculately clean, warm and comfy. Spartan, but if you choose a university room then what do you expect? Very friendly welcome, including efficient explanation of free wi-fi. Would stay again.
Ms Sada Reed (St Hugh's College, Oxford, March 2014): Fantastic room and breakfast. My only complaint is that check-in is not until 2 p.m. For international travelers experiencing jetlag, waiting until the afternoon to rest was a bit much. Once I did get my room, however, it was a great experience.
Mrs Ann Round (St Hugh's College, Oxford, March 2014): This was a thoroughly enjoyable stay at St. Hugh's. I have no negative comments at all. The standard of everything was top class. The place was lovely and warm, the bed very comfortable, everything spotlessly clean, the breakfast was SUPERB and the standarad of the ingredients excellent. I just hope that they are not full up when i want to stay there again. Fantastic value for money. Ann Round
Mrs Hayley Bell (Magdalen College, Oxford, March 2014): A happy stay at Magdalen College. Flat spartan/basic but we were only there for a couple of nights so equipped with all we needed, apart from a mirror! Porters lodge staff extremely helpful.
Dr Alexandra Kelly (Jesus College, Oxford, March 2014): Porter particularly helpful and friendly.
Mr James Manning (St Hugh's College, Oxford, February 2014): Splendid, thank you. Staff very helpful.
Mr James Manning (St Hugh's College, Oxford, February 2014): Great weekend, thanks.
Dr Alison Gray (Magdalen College, Oxford, February 2014): room and facilities were better than expected for a university room, but people need to be aware that is what they are booking!
Breakfast is really not applicable
Mrs Laura Davies (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, February 2014): Staying in St Benet's Hall enhanced our visit to Oxford, by giving us an insight into university life. Should we visit Oxford again, we would definitely stay there!
Dr Robert Oliver (Jesus College, Oxford, February 2014): An excellent service all round especially that on site at Jesus College
Mrs marianne sheehan (St Hugh's College, Oxford, February 2014): The room was comfortable & clean. So grateful for tea & biscuits, & towels. We would have liked to be a little nearer to the .bathroom. the gardens were beautiful & must be lovely in summer.
Tea & coffee not hot at breakfast. But friendly & polite girl serving. We would book again.
Dr Eva Pisa (Magdalen College, Oxford, February 2014): The porter was very friendly and helpful. The flat was well equipped, clean and in good order. There was no breakfast included which was a pity but I visited the college during my stay. All in all a pleasant stay.
Mr robert johnston (St Stephen's House, Oxford, February 2014): Unique experience! Very comfortable room lovely place, good food. A little expensive
Dr Alexandra Cunha (St Hugh's College, Oxford, February 2014): Very nice and friendly porters.
It was great that we could leave our car inside the college throughout our stay and a couple of hours after checking out.
The only bad thing was the doors' noise, which banged too strongly!
Mr Michael Byrne (Jesus College, Oxford, February 2014): Very enjoyable. Excellent location. Very smooth check in.
Ms Isabelle Alexander (Jesus College, Oxford, February 2014): Very good all round. Good clean accommodation in a central location. Very friendly staff.
Mrs Pilar González (Magdalen College, Oxford, February 2014): The apartment was nice and had a great location. It has been very nice to walk in the beautiful parks of the college.
Mrs Linda Jones (Magdalen College, Oxford, February 2014): Excellent room. Students were delightful and helpful. Friendly helpful Poters.
Prof Sveinn Gudmundsson (St Stephen's House, Oxford, February 2014): Enjoyed my stay at St Stephens House, my third time over several years. The room was lovely with some period fittings and very nice antique desk, I made good use of. Very friendly and helpful staff. Will definitely stay again.
Dr Martin Doris (St Stephen's House, Oxford, February 2014): I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at St. Stephen's House. The highlight was the fine breakfast and the service from the lovely waitress and cooking team. I am just sorry that I'm not able to stay again next week. Thank you very much.
Mr Felipe Valencia (St Hugh's College, Oxford, February 2014): Great value for money, thanks!
Mrs Katharyn Hainge (Jesus College, Oxford, February 2014): Super double room with a view over the rooftops and an immaculate ensuite bathroom. Helpful porter and a good breakfast selection. We would definitely choose to stay in college again rather than in a hotel.
Mrs Annette Cavanna (St Hugh's College, Oxford, January 2014): Good value, clean and comfortable. Bit of a walk to the bathroom.
Prof A S (Stewart) Truswell (Jesus College, Oxford, January 2014): I was very pleased with my room and all I dealt with at Jesus College.
Ms Susan Waterhouse (St Hugh's College, Oxford, January 2014): I had thought the room was en-suite, however I loved my over night stay and had no problems.
Mr Martin Rhodes (St Stephen's House, Oxford, January 2014): It was a privileged and enjoyable experience staying at St Stephen's House.
Ms Elizabeth Tempest (St Stephen's House, Oxford, January 2014): St. Stephens House is a good place to stay if you're on a limited budget and are fine with fairly basic student-type accomodation. Room was clean and comfortable and shower and loo directly opposite my room. Lovely to be able to look round the beautiful church and cloisters. Breakfast was adequate but is definitely something they could improve on without increasing cost. The temperature in my room was BOILING!! Did eventually discover how to turn down the radiator but the whole building was really just far too hot. I would definitely stay here again!
Dr Laurie Klein (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, January 2014): We stayed at St. Benets for four nights in December, 2013, as a family group of four adults in two rooms. We were very pleased with the facility and the location. The rooms were clean, comfortable and very quiet. The building was simple but elegant. Breakfasts were simple but very good, and the pastries were beyond excellent. We were delighted to have the use of the school facilities for doing some laundry. We enjoyed meeting the other guests and the chef; school was not in session during our stay, so we didn't meet the students. The only problem we had was that the stairs were hard for one member of our party, who is not in good shape. We decided it was good exercise for him, but guests who have serious disabilities would find the stairs a problem. There was no weekend room cleaning/service. Overall, our experience was very satisfactory and we will stay at St Benets again if we visit Oxford.
Mr Steven Brereton (St Hugh's College, Oxford, January 2014): Room in the main building felt very cosy and warm. Not en-suite however the toilet and shower were directly opposite. The shower water took a long time to heat up in the morning, but that may be because I was first to use it and the cold water had to work through the pipes? Once it had heated up, it was fine. WiFi access was also good, however the session kept closing, requiring re-login..so often that I was eventually able to memorise the random password. Parking was provided. Nice English breakfast with welcoming staff. All in all, very pleasant stay. Thank you.
Miss Heather Cordell (St Stephen's House, Oxford, January 2014): Very comfortable and convenient
Mr Jordan Turnbull (St Stephen's House, Oxford, January 2014): great stay exactly what i was looking for, will definitely use again
Mrs Claer Webster (Wadham College, Oxford, January 2014): This 65 year old after several months of reflection reckon that our stay at Wadham College is in the rarified sphere of my life's treasured experiences.
Mr Andrew Ross (St Hugh's College, Oxford, January 2014): The room was small and spartan but clean and serviceable. The nearby bathrooms were utilitarian but clean and fully functional. Altogether the stay was excellent value for money in a world of overpriced and overly arty hotels.
Mrs Linda Hanna (St Hugh's College, Oxford, January 2014): For the price we each paid for our single rooms, excellent value for money (although my husband found his single room just a LITTLE too cramped! Mine was fine, almost twice the size!