Customer feedback

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Dr Sarah Raybould (Jesus College, Oxford, November 2014): Porters very friendly and helpful

Mr Peter Elliott (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2014): Once again st Hugh's was superb.we were able to change room for one nearer a bath/toilet. Staff and porters are very helpful. Breakfast is very good indeed. Bus services very convenient in and out of city

Ms Amina Nemmour (Egrove Park, Oxford - Saïd Business School, November 2014): Really enjoyed my stay. Everyone was kind and helpful, would come back again there!

Mr Daniel Drummer (Jesus College, Oxford, November 2014): Not exactly a hotel room, but still great surrounding

Mrs susan croft (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, November 2014): everyone extremely kind, welcoming and helpful. beds not brilliantly comfortable but otherwise perfect for a short stay. should mention room on 2nd/3rd floor.

Prof James Bryant (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2014): Pleasant, friendly college for a weekend stay. Room cleanliness and service fine. Door catches somewhat noisy (so all door opening/closing along corridor very apparent esp. at night) and door lock a bit temperamental.

Dr Peter Scharbach (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2014): Highly recommended. The room was large and comfortable, breakfast substantial, and the College gardens inviting.

Mr Stephen Ferron (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): I didn't have breakfast so that line didn't apply but . . . I was impressed by the ease of the on-line check-in, the welcome provided by the porter and the cleanliness and comfort of the room. Many thanks!

Mr Giles Gunesekera (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): Thank you!

Mr Allan Blair (St Stephen's House, Oxford, November 2014): A very friendly place to stay with a good atmosphere - most relaxing.

Ms Anna March (Jesus College, Oxford, November 2014): The porters could not have been more helpful and the room was as described - not luxurious but everything you would want from a university room.

Miss Katarzyna Nowak (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): Excellent stayat Somerville, good service and tidy room of a good size. Highly recommend.

Mr Laurence Kirk (Jesus College, Oxford, November 2014): Great stay, rooms are very nice indeed, college staff were very friendly. This is now my first choice for B&B in oxford

Mr Graham Barkus (Jesus College, Oxford, November 2014): The best Oxford college experience I've ever had - from friendly and helpful staff to very comfortable and well-appointed room and excellent breakfast, cannot be faulted in any aspect. Superb.

Mr Jens Nansen Paulsen (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, November 2014): Thanks for a pleasent stay!

Miss Karyn Meaden (Egrove Park, Oxford - Saïd Business School, November 2014): Wonderful room, with good attention to detail that much accommodation overlooks, even down to providing an alarm clock. The breakfast was as described on the site and perfectly adequate. The man at reception wasn't particularly forthcoming or welcoming, but first impressions were more than made up for once we'd seen the room.

Prof Terence Wright (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, November 2014): It was unfortunate that wifi was not available- otherwise very enjoyable visit.

Mr andrew botterill (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, November 2014): Domestic Bursar very pleasant and welcoming.

Mr Robert Kusyk (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2014): Perfect. I am a foreigner and first time visitor to Oxford. In that the room and all aspects of the hospitality were precisely as advertised (in the best way possible!), this was as fine an accommodation experience as I've had anywhere in the world. Thank-you and I will certainly stay at St Hugh's again when I next visit my daughter. Truly yours, -Bob Kusyk

Ms Jo Lyon (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): Breakfast wasn't included (though was offered for an extra charge - but I didn't have it). The room was quiet and comfortable and the porters were great. As the facilities are shared I would make a request for larger towels to make it possible to travel back to your room without having to get dressed in the bathroom!

Prof Joachim Kuhn (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2014): The room gives back the feeling of being a student again.

Mr David Bradshaw (Jesus College, Oxford, November 2014): A very enjoyable and interesting stay once again.

Dr Elizabeth Agnew (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): Room warm spotlessly clean and Somerville is a beautiful college and a central location for city centre and bohemian Jericho Will definitely go again

Dr Ohad Kammar (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): I've enjoyed the experience thoroughly, highly recommend it, and will try to book with Somerville again next time I'm in Oxford.

Mr Jonathan Franks (St Stephen's House, Oxford, November 2014): Very good - clean room, big towels, tea and coffee making facility. Provided excatly what was advertised. Very quiet and peaceful.

Mr Srikrishna Harave (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2014): Decor is dated which lets it down. Otherwise excellent. Excellent value for money.

Dr Claire Gains (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2014): Basic but spotlessly clean with comfortable mattress and pillows. Shared bathrooms but plenty to go around. The only down side is that if you turn the shower temperature up so its warm enough (the max is still only just bearable) then the water pressure drops to a trickle. Overall a great value stay at a price hard to beat in Oxford.

Dr satkurunathan MAHESHWARAN (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2014): Convenient spot for oxford. Lack of ensuite bathroom or toilet facilities is a big disadvantage as there is no wash basin in the room.

Dr Yvik Swan (Jesus College, Oxford, November 2014): All perfect, thx

Prof Yoko Odawara (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): I am very grateful to people's help.

Prof Yoko Odawara (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): I appreciate people's help.

Mrs Deborah Wargate (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): Good basic student accomodation and although bed was a bit lumpy it met my needs. I had breakfast at a fab cafe just down the road so can't comment on that. For the price and location I was happy.

Mr Benjamin Day (Jesus College, Oxford, November 2014): A wonderful location and very clean. I wouldn't hesitate for a moment to stay here again.

Mrs Philippa Cross (St Stephen's House, Oxford, November 2014): A delightful stay in a very pleasant environment. I was greeted and directed most courteously to my room, which was clean and warm. I was very impressed by how well it was supplied with towels, including the biggest bath sheet I have ever had the pleasure of using! I hope to stay there again in future.

Ms mel whewell (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): The staff at the Porters Lodge were very welcoming and helpful. I didn't have breakfast with you so don't count the average score above. You perhaps need a box for didn't have breakfast? Only issue was with WiFi. It seemed to take ages to connect. It was easier to connect via my phone than it was via my tablet. I did get it working though... eventually.

Miss Agathe Cury (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, November 2014): No one was there to let us in, despite the fact that we were there exactly between 2pm and 5pm as requested... fortunately a student opened and everything went smoothly then. The room was lovely, and in a great facility! Thanks.

Mrs Jane Bradburn (St Hugh's College, Oxford, November 2014): Porters excellent

Mrs Eleanor Jones (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): Centrally located . Quiet and very friendly greeting staff

Dr Cathy Dalton (Jesus College, Oxford, November 2014): Found staff at porter's lodge extremely helpful. A big thank-you to Joyce, in particular.

Mr Julius Åberg (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, November 2014): If you want to experience true Dickensian atmosphere, authentic and lovely St Benet's hall is the place. The en suite BB guest room was spacious, romantic and beautifully decorated, with authentic if not antique furniture, even books. The pace was alive with the students who were so kind and even chatted with us. Our stay was brief but we felt welcome. Extremely friendly, everyone we met. Please take good care of this place as it isand thank you.