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Mrs Kathryn Olechnowicz (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2013): We enjoyed our stay and it was great having somewhere safe to leave the car and cycle through Oxford. Bed very comfy, shower was good and even a hairdyer in the room which was unexpected and useful.
Unlucky with the weather so didnt get to walk in the gardens.
Would stay again
Dr Terri Ochiagha (St Hugh's College, Oxford, May 2013): This was my second time at St. Hugh's and it was a bit like returning to a home away from home. I had a great experience and highly recommend this college accommodation.
Miss Kelsey Leonard (Jesus College, Oxford, May 2013): Exceptional service by Jesus College. Couldn't have been happier with my stay. I will recommend to all friends and Oxford alumni.
Prof Deen Chatterjee (Jesus College, Oxford, May 2013): We had a thoroughly enjoyable experience during our stay. The staff at the Porter's Office and at the breakfast were extremely helpful, courteous, and kind. The food at breakfast was excellent, and room service was superb. All in all, we were greatly impressed!! We look forward to coming back and staying at Jesus College again.
Dr David Molyneux (St Hugh's College, Oxford, May 2013): Really enjoyable stay great breakfast, very friendly staff
Mr David Forder (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2013): As always our stay at St Stephen's House was a very pleasant and peaceful experience.
Mrs Brenda Zass (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2013): A very enjoyable stay at st stephens college Oxford
Dr David Goldberg (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, May 2013): The staff were exceptionally attentive! My room was (through an admin oversight) not ready when I checked in at 300pm....the Junior Dean couldn't have been more apologetic (and proferred a complimentary bottle of wine as a token) and the cleaning staff zoomed in very quickly...within 10 minutes the issue had been resolved. Impressive!
Ms Angelika Kuehn (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2013): The location is perfect, the room quiet and comfortable, and the opportunity to interact with students and professors is enviable.
Mr Don Alison (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2013): An interesting experience. Liked seating arrangements for breakfast - everyone together at long tables - which encouraged interaction with others. Could have done with more than one rasher of bacon and a mirror in the bedroom - not easy to dry your hair properly without one! Very convenient for city centre and local buses. Good selection of restaurants nearby. Would consider staying there again.
Mrs Chayanna Poonsuph (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2013): Convenient location. Closed to bus stop. Quiet at night. Clean. Good value.
Mr max waldron (St Hugh's College, Oxford, May 2013): we had a great stay in the middle of a 6-day walk. A great base to revisit Oxford after 30 years.
Mrs Helen Donnelly (Jesus College, Oxford, May 2013): Lovely to stay in such a building with so much history & character. A very nice room but single glazing meant there was noise from the street during the night. Breakfast OK but nothing special.
Mrs Jane Angell (Jesus College, Oxford, May 2013): Lovely spacious room with a nice bathroom next door. Spotlessly clean, very comfortable beds and bedding. Bed linen lovely quality. Good breakfast. Extremely friendly porters at the gate. All round highly recommended.
Mr Willem de Wijs (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2013): After 5 days of walking in the Cotswolds a final 2 days in Oxford was a fine closing. We enjoyed staying in the college very much.
Mr Neil Cohen (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2013): Very enjoyable stay. Signage at St Stephen's House first class - easy to find the entrance to the college, to my room, and to key collection desk.
I would happily stay again.
Dr Najat Abdulhaq (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2013): It was apleasant stay, may be it would be very supportive having a map of the city in the rooms. Thank you
Miss Jayne Hammond (Wadham College, Oxford, May 2013): Our room at Wadham exceeded our expectations. Very clean, very well equiped, and very big! Wonderful double aspect onto the front quad and the back of the college. Very impressive. Thank you!
Ms Sarah Irving (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2013): Excellent, simple, clean accommodation in a pleasantly quiet but welcoming - almost monastic - environment. Friendly residents, great location.
Dr Susan Mitchell (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2013): very appreciative of the car parking and lovely atmosphere of the Hall. we shall stay again as our youngest due to be an undergraduate in October.
Miss Laura Talbot (Balliol College, Oxford, May 2013): Really enjoyable stay. Staff extremely helpful. I would definitely recommend staying at Balliol and would stay again on future visits to Oxford.
Mrs CRISTINA FERNANDEZ (Jesus College, Oxford, May 2013): Very nice room and very friendly staff.
Ms Dorothy Tarrant (St Hugh's College, Oxford, May 2013): My stay at St Hugh's was delightful. The college is about half an hour's walk from the town centre, but well worth it to discover this jewel of a campus hidden away in a quiet residential area. The staff were welcoming and helpful, the room clean and comfortable, the splendid English breakfast included also choices of fruit, yoghurt, croissants, and the morning paper. Little touches like a kettle and the makings of tea and coffee in the room, and free Wi-Fi were very welcome. Best of all were the beautiful gardens full of blooming trees and spring flowers, and the freedom to walk or jg or just sit and enjoy. I hope to come back.
Mr Xavier LECOQ (St Hugh's College, Oxford, April 2013): The room was very clean tks!
Mrs Katherine Neathercoat (Jesus College, Oxford, April 2013): I was very impressed with both the service and the standard of the room. A thoroughly enjoyable visit.
Mrs Sabine Siebald (Jesus College, Oxford, April 2013): the location of the college is excellent for visiting Oxford, central ans quiet. The service is excellent, 24/7 was really executed and even in odd hours in a very friendly and competent way.
The atmosphere in the hall was an experience for a foreigner, breakfast service helpflull and friendly.
Ms Elizabeth Patton (St Hugh's College, Oxford, April 2013): Wonderful experience overall. I plan to come back!
Mr Jeffrey Donahoe (St Hugh's College, Oxford, April 2013): This was a good idea and a lot of fun. Porters were very helpful. The room was warm, so a fan would have been nice, and a larger water since it is a long way back to the bathroom.
I didn't stay for breakfast, so I can't comment.
Glad I learned about the opportunity through a friend.
Ms Ariana Musiol (St Stephen's House, Oxford, April 2013): Thank you- everything was exactly as described. The rooms are basic, but clean and comfortable. Good breakfast and quiet neighbourhood. Overall it was a very pleasant trip and the location was excellent for exploring Oxford!
Prof. Michael Sommer (St Stephen's House, Oxford, April 2013): Nice room, very clean, good breakfast - all was fine.
Mrs Jennifer Williams (St Hugh's College, Oxford, April 2013): I will be happy to book for St Hughes again. Thank you.
Mrs Lorna Jukes (St Hugh's College, Oxford, April 2013): Had a lovely stay, lovely staff breakfast. Rooms were basic but that was expected. Only complaint was the clock tower outside room 54 chiming every hour at night.
Dr José da Costa Nunes (St Stephen's House, Oxford, April 2013): Booking system: The booking system is very user friendly.
Accomodation: It is excellent value for money, hygene standards were very good, accomodation was confortable, included breakfast (a plus); location is very central.
Excellent value for money. I would book again, if needed be.
Mr Raj Khalid (Keble College, Oxford, April 2013): Fantastic experience
Ms BEVERLEY JACOBSON (Lincoln College, Oxford, April 2013): It was magical to stay in the Lincoln College rooms over the Easter weekend. Being older and used to staying in hotels this was a wonderfully unique experience. Room was clean, warm and comfortable and nice to have tea making facilities. Having never lived in the UK nor been to university, I found the history of Oxford and the knowledge that this history is ongoing in the modern era awesome. I also feel a bond to Lincoln College now.
The Porters were wonderful and I was also given the opportunity to visit the church. Breakfast in the Great Hall was right out of Harry Potter or perhaps I should say, I also gleamed a better understanding of the worlds of authors J.K.Rowling and particularly Lewis Carroll with all the tunnels and quadrangles. As I said, a Magical experience which I thank you for and look forward to having the opportunity to repeat!
Ms Margarita Suharchuk (Mansfield College, Oxford, April 2013): Student accommodation, so don't expect any luxuries, but the room was spotlessly clean and had all necessary facilities including a small fridge and tea-making kit. The porter was extremely helpful and nice. Great value for money for central Oxford.
Mrs Shirley Hulley (Lincoln College, Oxford, April 2013): Thank you for a wonderful overnight stay. Everyone we met was very helpful, especially the waitress at breakfast and the porter on duty in the afternoon. I wouldn't hesitate to book again
Ms hilary cottingham (Pembroke College, Oxford, April 2013): the new accommodation block was lovely, quiet and rest full. i would stay again.
Breakfast in the beautiful hall, was enjoyable.
Ms Kirsty Thorburn (Somerville College, Oxford, April 2013): Everyone in the group enjoyed their stay and would be happy to come again. Thank you.
Ms Jocelyn Songco (Mansfield College, Oxford, April 2013): very pleasant gentleman manning the front desk, and great breakfast staff. thank you for a lovely stay.