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Mr James P (St Hugh's College, Oxford, May 2016): Lovely environment, Most interesting and most helpful staff . Well worth it .

Mr Mike C (Magdalen College, Oxford, May 2016): Very friendly, welcoming and postive experience of the staff in the Porters Lodge

Mr Fabien S (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, May 2016): Excellant. Enjoyed the whole experience of staying at St Benets

Mrs Rachel S (Keble College, Oxford, May 2016): The room was immaculate, it had a great view of the quad. We enjoyed the breakfast experience very much. We felt very well looked after and really enjoyed staying in the college.

Ms Sarah B (Kellogg College (12 Bradmore Road) Oxford, May 2016): We really enjoyed our stay and loved the rooms - and the brunch! The price was a bit high for us, but we felt it was worth it as the occasion was my daughter's graduation.

Dr Lindsay H (Magdalen College, Oxford, May 2016): An excellent service.

Ms Marion H (Egrove Park (Saïd Business School), Oxford, May 2016): Very convenient and comfortable

Ms Katharina F (Worcester College, Oxford, May 2016): Great experience, want to come back. Staff and Porters great! Breakfast staff lovely, just would like smoothies and more diverse healthy breakfast options, coconut milk and gluten free bread for allergy sufferers.

Ms Mary E (Keble College, Oxford, May 2016): Dining hall staff were attentive! Beautiful grounds! Excellent location. The ability to store luggage is very helpful!

Mr Bruce H (Egrove Park (Saïd Business School), Oxford, May 2016): Everything was fantastic. After a long flight and a hectic day in London, this was the perfect place to wind down. Very comfortable and clean. Thanks!

Miss soundarya lahari V (St Hugh's College, Oxford, May 2016): everything wonderful!!!

Mr Lawrence D (St Hugh's College, Oxford, May 2016): St. Hugh's is a lovely Victorian college. Originally an all female establishment it has old notices around the corridors from yesteryear. A very friendly establishment with lovely lawned gardens to laze around in during your stay. Very friendly with a lovely small chapel on the first floor. (If you are staying on a Sunday do go to the evensong with free sherry and buffet supper after!). The rooms are plain and clean with perfectly adequate showers and bathrooms along the corridor. The breakfast is served in the hall and there is an ample supply of hot and cold offerings to suit all. I have stayed here before and would do again. For the price and its location I would suggest it is good value.

Mr Neil F (Magdalen College, Oxford, May 2016): Beautiful College, very friendly staff - overall a great experience. Thank-you.

Mr Steve C (Keble College, Oxford, May 2016): All in all a great experience. Lovely breakfast.

Mrs Linda S (Jesus College, Oxford, May 2016): Very friendly check in and they had our room ready early for us as I had stated I would be early. Great large rooms with everything that usual hotel rooms supply. One of our beds was more comfortable than the other one but it was ok. Breakfast great and the College was beautiful.

Mr Christian G (Keble College, Oxford, May 2016): A beautiful place to stay and the staff were all so very friendly.

Mr Nigel K (St Stephen's House, Oxford, May 2016): I visited with my wife and mother in Law, for a birthday treat for her going down memory lane in Oxford. She had been a student here some 60 years ago.St Stephen's House was welcoming. We took one single and one double room, both rooms were warm, en suite facilities very clean providing showers and the breakfast was fabulous and set us off for the day. The history behind the college was fascinating, the chapels and church are a must to view. It offers peace and tranquillity and would come highly recommended by our travelling party.

Mr Michael L (Jesus College, Oxford, May 2016): Great experience in the wonderful location. Staff were incredibly helpful and welcoming.

Mr Jeremy W (Egrove Park (Saïd Business School), Oxford, May 2016): Egrove is a pretty campus

Mrs Jane H (Keble College, Oxford, May 2016): Good room, breakfast in hall always a winner, porters extremely helpful. Location great

Miss Sam W (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, May 2016): Great location. Friendly staff and students. Only thing missing was access to wifi. Would come again though.

Mrs Monika T (Somerville College, Oxford, May 2016): The college is beautiful, the rooms are very clean & well equipped. The shared bathroom was huge and shower very powerful with plenty of hot water.

Mr Christopher G (Keble College, Oxford, May 2016): Really enjoyed our stay and would definitely

Prof Antonius E (Keble College, Oxford, May 2016): was a great place to stay ! Very good value for the money !

Mr Richard J (Magdalen College, Oxford, April 2016): Absolutely delightful experience

Mrs Uta Dorothea S (St Hugh's College, Oxford, April 2016): It was a wonderful stay at St Hugh's College.

Dr John O (Keble College, Oxford, April 2016): A great room, very clean and warm. An excellent experience and greatvalue for money. Will definitely stay again!

Mr Kathy B (Keble College, Oxford, April 2016): Really enjoy staying in the university. Keble is beautiful, staff friendly and helpful, breakfast fine in lovely hall.

Mr ANDREW W (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, April 2016): We had a thoroughly enjoyable stay

Miss Noor-e I (Brasenose College, Oxford, April 2016): Lovely room. Breakfast was excellent, service at breakfast stellar. Would definitely recommend

Prof John H (Somerville College, Oxford, April 2016): It was excellent and so convenient for Oxford city centre. The bath in the shared bathroom had fast flowing, nice and hot, water and which made taking a bath very promt; this was convenient in a shared bathroom situation.

Mr Wouter S (Somerville College, Oxford, April 2016): Friendly staff. Quiet room. Nothing fancy. Very nice college.

Mrs Catharina B (Keble College, Oxford, April 2016): We loved the view from our room, the whole ambience and the attention to detail. Thank you!

Miss Sheila S (St Hugh's College, Oxford, April 2016): Facilities are excellent. Room is very comfortable but if en suite facilities cannot be provided perhaps thought could be given to providing a washbasin.breakfast excellent. I have stayed in room 62 on three occasions and and enjoyed mtpy stay every time. Very convenient bus service into city and surrounding area, especially easy to get to Blenheim Palace which is a joy to visit. Thank you.

Mr Steven J D (Egrove Park (Saïd Business School), Oxford, April 2016): Excellent value - very happy with my stay.

Dr Astrid S (St Anne's College, Oxford, April 2016): Stayed in a modern wing of the college, in a quiet room with a view over a garden. The bed was comfortably, the ensuite bathroom clean and with great water pressure, and the porters helpful. Never made it to breakfast on account of the busy program of the conference I attended. Would absolutely stay here again!

Mr PETER C (Jesus College, Oxford, April 2016): I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. My thanks to Yi Li and all staff at Jesus College.

Mr niels steen K (St Stephen's House, Oxford, April 2016): A fantastic place to live while working at the Oxford University Hospital for three days.

Dr Rosemary S (St Anne's College, Oxford, April 2016): For a single traveller, staying in a college is a great option, especially in those cities where other types of accommodation are ridiculously expensive. Very basic, but adequate and clean. The sense of security of staying in a university college is also a significant positive.

Mrs JACQUELINE E (Jesus College, Oxford, April 2016): good place to stay, nice rooms comfortable beds and lovely location, our swipe entry card didn't work and the porter came over promptly to sort everything out for us, I was impressed with his helpful attitude, nice breakfast in main historical hall.