Customer feedback

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Ms Susanne Maj Pedersen (Christ Church, Oxford, October 2014): Very helpfull and polite employees at the college. Highly recommendable.

Mr Ian Murray (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2014): Many thanks to the porter who showed me to find my room on my arrival. Super value - I would recommend this scheme very highly.

Mme. Denise Lauzon (Lincoln College, Oxford, October 2014): J'ai adoré mon séjour à Oxford incluant le logement dans la chambre d'étudiant. Seule remarque, l'éclairage était déficient; il manquait des ampoules dans les luminaires.

Mr Stephane ADDED (Jesus College, Oxford, October 2014): Une expérience très sympatique. Le breakfast dans un Dinner Room Elisabethain a été un moment magique

Ms Jennifer McGinley (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2014): Everyone was very friendly and helpful including the porter and dining room staff

Mr david hutt (St Stephen's House, Oxford, October 2014): How can overall rating score 5 if no item rates 5? Because atmosphere, friendliness, Christian spirit, communal breakfast, cloisters all combined to make it memorable. Will recommend.

Mrs Atsuko Hashimoto (Jesus College, Oxford, October 2014): I felt welcoming from the staffs as soon as I arrived in the college. The staffs were very kind and friendly. My room was very clean and well equipped include small fridge, wide range of teas include Japanese tea, herb teas. I was pleased to find Japanese restaurant in Oxford in their information book for the guests as a Japanese guest. Top table was given for the guests in their historical dinning room by the college to have a breakfast feeling elegant, special with very delicious breakfast. The location is good include Oxford university parks or elegant restaurants area(Little Clarendon Street) or historical pubs area are walkable distance from the college. I enjoyed staying there. Thank you very much.

Mr Matt Thorne (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, October 2014): I really enjoyed the experience and when I asked about where to park, I was given concise instruction on where I could leave the car. Thanks for a great experience, shame we did have a fire alarm on my visit though!

Mr Andrew Smith (St Stephen's House, Oxford, October 2014): An excellent option for an Oxford stay. Rooms excellent and so comfortable.

Mr Stephen Chapman (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2014): Excellent stay. Best recommendation is I would do so again.

Ms Jill Lane (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2014): Please be aware that the shared bathrooms can be quite a hike. If you are an older traveler, who may need to use the toilet in the middle of the night, you may wish to consider a different place to stay. Otherwise, this was a great one time experience and would most likely be an ideal place to stay for a traveling student.

Mrs Kerry Barrans (Somerville College, Oxford, October 2014): Porter Danny extremely helpful. Even with building site next door, noise was not intrusive . . . and the view to the old observatory was lovely! Grounds were beautiful and we found it an interesting experience staying in college as it brough back memories of our time at university. Would choose university accommodation again.

Miss Claire Barnes (Christ Church, Oxford, October 2014): It's a beautiful college. The staff are so welcoming and accommodating, and the breakfast in the Hall was such a special experience. Will definitely be returning.

Mr Hendrik Croonenborghs (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2014): No comments, except for the shower. We were with 3 guys who didn't care too much for warm water, but other guests might bother that 1. the water was cold and 2. not much water was coming out. Other than that, everything was just fine!

Mrs Marie-Caroline Schulte (St Stephen's House, Oxford, October 2014): It was a perfect experience, from the booking onwards. The stay was really good.

Ms Renata Ruszkiewicz (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2014): A warm welcome and comfortable room. Not as plush as some colleges, but then not as pricey either. I would've appreciated the option of an earlier breakfast (7-ish would have been more convenient -- I was running the Oxford Half at 9:30am and an 8am breakfast was a little too late for me).

Dr Valentina Gosetti (Egrove Park, Oxford - Saïd Business School, October 2014): Perhaps it would be useful to state more clearly on your website that the facilities are not in the city centre. Overall a very good experience. All the best, Valentina

Mr Mark Longley (St Stephen's House, Oxford, October 2014): Nice room, Maybe as i was near the kitchen I heard a few early morning rattles, although I think someone was having a R White lemonade moment at 2am. Otherwise fine, easy to find, near my parking spot and the city centre.

Ms Christine Zhang (Keble College, Oxford, October 2014): It was a very pleasant and comfortable experience in the beautiful classic Keble collage. The breakfast was fantastic, the room was spacious and comfortable. Everything was unforgettable.

Mrs Maureen Powell Davies (Mansfield College, Oxford, October 2014): Ideal central accommodation, comfortable and excellent value for money

Mr Alan Hughes (Somerville College, Oxford, October 2014): The guest we booked the room for says that she was outstandingly satisfied with the room and factilities

Mr Charles Allen (Wadham College, Oxford, October 2014): Very accommodating and pleasant staff at reception. Really enjoyed my trip.

Dr Andrew Breen (Mansfield College, Oxford, October 2014): I had an excellent experience at Mansfield College. The Porters were very friendly and helpful. The location was great. The breakfasts were very nice. The only negative would be that some noise could be heard in the corridors and outside the porters' lodge. I would definitely return though.

Miss eunjung kim (Wadham College, Oxford, October 2014): My family loved this room so much. It is really big and reasonable price. Especially, breakfast is fantastic. However, it was really cold I couldn't switch on a radiater.

Mrs Kathryn Fielding (Wadham College, Oxford, October 2014): We enjoyed our stay very much! Everyone was friendly and helpful, breakfast was delicious, the gardens where lovely to walk in. We especially appreciated that you were able to look after our luggage for us while we explored the City! Thank you!

Mr David Knew (Keble College, Oxford, October 2014): A delightful experience in an exceptionally clean and comfortable en suite room. Just one thing though: As it was a double room it would have been more convenient to have two bedside tables and lamps instead of just one.

Mr Maurice O'Donoghue (Keble College, Oxford, October 2014): I have stayed in a no. of Colleges and Keble rates highly in my opinion. Lovely quad view , and nice bright room. Rushed breakfast - so maybe not a fair assessment.

Ms Pue Sieng Ng (Lincoln College, Oxford, October 2014): Basic room, reasonably priced for Oxford. The instruction given by staff to the room wasn't clear. It took us a while to find the room. I suggest you print out the instruction clearly for guests' easy reference.

Mr Bernhard Keller (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2014): The Kitchen was below the room window. So the air I got was not always fresh. But apart from this, everything was great and I enjoyed my stay and the college yard.

Ms Carol Tiffin (Keble College, Oxford, October 2014): Keble College was an amazing experience and the breakfast was top quality

Dr Max Stephens (Keble College, Oxford, October 2014): Well worth the visit. Will use Keble again for sure.

Mrs Pia Kaspersen (Keble College, Oxford, October 2014): A wonderfull place

Miss Krista Auckland (Keble College, Oxford, October 2014): Wonderful stay at Keble College, great rooms and all requests had been granted.

Dr Stephen Lester (Keble College, Oxford, October 2014): I had a wonderful stay and would love to come back.

Mr Patrick Schlesinger (Keble College, Oxford, October 2014): Beautiful college dating to 1870. Travelers should be prepared for a few flights of stairs to the room but it's not really a problem. Excellent value.

Dr Sarah Pemberton (Wadham College, Oxford, October 2014): A great experience! Wadham was unexpectedly beautiful, and the college staff were unfailingly polite, efficient, and helpful. The location is great, it is incredibly good value, and the shared bathroom caused no problems at all - I never saw any other occupants on the stairwell, and I think the bathroom was shared with a maximum of 2 other people.

Mr Josef Al-sader (Christ Church, Oxford, October 2014): Unique and lovely experience.

Ms SUSAN BENWAY (Keble College, Oxford, October 2014): Need new mattress. People who work there are great. Loved breakfast.

Mr Samuel Chow (Keble College, Oxford, October 2014): Generally excellent and beautiful. Only complaint is that the curtains were not so effective in keeping the light out.

Mr Andrew Hay (St Hugh's College, Oxford, October 2014): St Hugh's is a lovely college situated just right for my needs. On arrival the Porter's were charming, very helpful and very funny. I booked a standard room which meant that I could just swing a cat and that the loo and shower were down a corridor. This is fine for one night but if I was staying more than one night I'd have booked an en-suite room.