Customer feedback

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Dr Kathleen Neal (St Hugh's College, Oxford, July 2015): I always feel shared bathrooms are a bit of a bother, but at St Hugh's they are certainly kept nice and clean; and the price is right for an extended research visit. Rooms are generously sized. Wifi provided. Breakfast is hearty. The gardens are amazing. North Oxford location an easy step to nearby pubs, coffee shops, restaurants etc. Recommend a stroll across Port Meadow to The Perch, and Brew in North Pde Ave for morning coffee. Only down side: no laundry on site.

Mr Mathew Andrews (St Stephen's House, Oxford, July 2015): A very pleasant and quiet place to stay, close enough to the city to comfortably walk in, but far enough away to escape the bustle. The room, bathrooms, and dining facilities were clean, the coffee at breakfast was limitless, and I would thoroughly recommend the place to anyone.

Mr Mathew Andrews (St Stephen's House, Oxford, July 2015): A very pleasant and quiet place to stay, close enough to the city to comfortably walk in, but far enough away to escape the bustle. The room, bathrooms, and dining facilities were clean, the coffee at breakfast was limitless, and I would thoroughly recommend the place to anyone.

Mrs Carolyn Twohig (Keble College, Oxford, July 2015): The location is excellent being adjacent to the science faculties. The college gardens were particularly splendid in midsummer. We were prepared to pay for these conveniences but felt it could have been better value for money.

Ms Karen Voce (St Stephen's House, Oxford, July 2015): Great way to find a room, rather than trawling through all the separate College sites. Wonderful booking process and great rooms and location for the Oxford University Open Day. Couldn't be happier!

Mrs Veronica Murray-Poore (St Anne's College, Oxford, July 2015): Perfect we will be back! Many thx

Mrs Diane Milligan (Keble College, Oxford, July 2015): Fantastic experience,we would definitely recommend staying here.

Dr Shayan Ahmed (St Anne's College, Oxford, July 2015): Clean, tidy and modern room comparable to any Travelodge. Plenty of variety at breakfast. All in all, excellent value for money.

Ms Amira Hachem (Keble College, Oxford, July 2015): The staff were exceptionally welcoming and helpful. I will surely stay at Keble College once again. In appreciation! Amira

Mrs Rebecca O'Rourke (Keble College, Oxford, July 2015): Overall experience was poor, not because of facilities but because of some very loud guests and loud traffic on road outside

Mr Duane Lim (Mansfield College, Oxford, July 2015): Very good

Mrs Susan Anderson (St Anne's College, Oxford, July 2015): The only tiny tiny thing was the absence of a hairdryer. It seems churlish to mention it because everything was just perfect otherwise. Will definitely return. Thank you!

Mr Erik Vahl Meyer (St Stephen's House, Oxford, June 2015): It was a privilege to stay and the staff were helpful and friendly. Thank you.

Ms Sabina Dziurman (St Stephen's House, Oxford, June 2015): Excellent value - would recommend

Ms Clare Osborne (St Hugh's College, Oxford, June 2015): Very pleasant setting in college. Much nicer than a hotel. Will definitely use this service again.

Ms Clare Johnson (St Stephen's House, Oxford, June 2015): Booking arrangements very easy. Good instructions. A very peaceful stay.

Mr Doug Wrigley (St Hugh's College, Oxford, June 2015): Over from Australia and it was a superb stay. Staff were great and so helpful.breakfast people lovely, food good, environment fantastic, just an all round perfect position for me to experience the city. Thankyou

Prof. Rebecca Wade (St Hugh's College, Oxford, June 2015): Wonderful gardens. Parking worked well. A bedside light would have been helpful.

Mr Mark Harrison (Mansfield College, Oxford, June 2015): Did not actually have breakfast (but this survey doesn't let me give a "don't know" answer.) However, it's the second time I've booked a room at Mansfield, and it's now my "go to" when booking in Oxford.

Mr Harry North (St Hugh's College, Oxford, June 2015): Beautiful grounds & buildings, pleasant light & airy room and very competitively priced, the ease of parking on site was a great bonus. Would definitely book again

Miss Maria chiara Roti (Mansfield College, Oxford, June 2015): fantastic real harry potter experience

Mrs Fiona Mayhew (Somerville College, Oxford, June 2015): Very pleasant stay - thank you

Mr John Potter (St Hugh's College, Oxford, June 2015): We had a very enjoyable two night stay at St Hugh' s and would be more than happy to recommend it to our friends.

Mr Alan O'Connor (Keble College, Oxford, June 2015): Great spot to stay, beautiful buildings are the perfect Oxford experience, only suggestion is to extend the breakfast service until 10 am: 9am finish is a bit early.

Mrs Anushka Cross (Somerville College, Oxford, June 2015): Found web booking service excellent, porter service excellent and breakfast really very good. Room and shared bath facilities were clean and fine. May be useful to have extra blankets available in room and door to Park 14 was hard to lock. When the Gaudy notification came out, would have been better to show link to book accommodation there as was not clear Somervilke were offering accommodation.

Mr matt jones (Somerville College, Oxford, June 2015): Great stay made easy

Mrs Marjeta Trstenjak (Egrove Park, Oxford - Saïd Business School, June 2015): Beautiful natural surroundings, good bus connection, friendly staff.

Dr Lois Tonkin (St Hugh's College, Oxford, June 2015): thank you; we loved our stay.

Mr Kevin Lawrence (St Hugh's College, Oxford, June 2015): Very good value for money

Mrs Maria D'Amario (Keble College, Oxford, June 2015): Would have loved a room on the garden (quiet!) side of the building. Main street is very noisy ..... and it did not look as though rooms were full. Great location, however.

Ms Kirsten Hoffmann (Keble College, Oxford, June 2015): Good location for exploring the town - awesome breakfast hall (you feel a bit as if you find yourself in a Harry Potter movie) - room was spacious and good enough - only thing that was a bit annoying was that it was on the ground floor and there were pupil that chatted quite noisily (sitting onn the bench outside the the room) until 4 in the morning

Mr Andrew Ockwell (Keble College, Oxford, June 2015): Good value in Oxford. Keble an impressive and interesting college. Note that the bed was small. Any taller than I am (6ft) would find it a bit awkward. Otherwise pleasant.

Ms Paula Schlinger (Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, June 2015): There was a boiler problem that resulted in an ice cold shower, but it was promptly fixed when reported. Also, one of the overhead lights blinked constantly. Otherwise, everything was great.

Dr Paul Schlicke (St Hugh's College, Oxford, June 2015): Room clean and comfortable. Toilets were hard to flush, and some of shower stalls didn't have hooks to tang clothes and towels.. Breakfasts were excellent.

Ms Xiaofan Ji (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, June 2015): Excellent room!

Mr Eddie Skinner (Keble College, Oxford, June 2015): All staff friendly and efficient. Would happily repeat experience.

Mrs Antigone Thompson (St Hugh's College, Oxford, June 2015): Room was booked for visiting parents whose comments were positive. Facilities were satisfactory. Everything necessary was catered for with no unnecessary frills. Perfect for a family or business visit. They will certainly book with you again.

Mrs Lesley Tomlinson (Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, June 2015): We were surprised that tea and coffee making facilities were not available in our rooms. Although we did not mind getting our own breakfast, we were disappointed that there was very little choice and no fresh fruit. The beds were quite comfortable although more pillows would have been preferred. The staff we met were helpful and courteous.

Mr tom Lyon (St Hugh's College, Oxford, June 2015): Very friendly. St Hugh's offers free car parking - which can be a great benefit. This is an marketing point that they should perhaps give more emphasis.

Dr Esther williamson (St Stephen's House, Oxford, June 2015): We thought it was a great place to stay. Comfortable bed. Very clean bathroom. Excellent breakfast. Excellent location.