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Mrs caroline antheunis (St Hugh's College, Oxford, February 2015): Overall a good experience, but weak showers.
Mrs Anne Krasnopolski (Jesus College, Oxford, February 2015): Fantastic, central location for Oxford attractions. Staff very friendly and helpful. A wonderful experience to stay in one of Oxford's older, characterful colleges. Would return and recommend.
Mrs Penelope Fox (St Hugh's College, Oxford, February 2015): An excellent location and friendly greeting on arrival
Dr Alyson Hallett (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, February 2015): The whole experience was wonderful - and I would return here without hesitation.
Ms Jane Reed (St Stephen's House, Oxford, February 2015): St Stephen's House was quiet and convenient for the purposes of my visit to Oxford, and provided comfort for the body and tranquility for the soul.
Mr Richard Dawson (Somerville College, Oxford, February 2015): A smart and professional booking service, and a pleasant night in a beautiful college.
Ms Emma Davis (St Stephen's House, Oxford, February 2015): Have stayed many times with my eleven year old daughter. Always excellent. Peaceful and relaxing accomodation. Modest in keeping with the ethos and beliefs of the college. All servery staff friendly and helpful. Delicious breakfast. Brilliant location near Cowley road cafes and independent shops and also a short walk into town over Magdalen Bridge - fantastic!
Mr Nigel Mullan (Jesus College, Oxford, February 2015): I received a very warm welcome from the porter (a Scottish woman) when I arrived on Saturday and she also explained about the College layout etc.
The room was spotless and very comfortable.
With kind regards
Mr Simon Kemp (Somerville College, Oxford, February 2015): It was a fantastic experience to stay overnight in one of Oxford's newer Colleges and sample life as a student. My room in Somerville College was warm, clean and reasonably~priced with complimentary fast Wi~Fi as an added bonus! The College Porters at the gatehouse could not have been more friendly and helpful.
Mr Donald M Parkin (St Stephen's House, Oxford, February 2015): Room had a nice big bed for once - quite an improvement!
M. Alexis Chabot (Jesus College, Oxford, February 2015): Parfait, merci pour votre amabilité !
Mr David Gibson (St Hugh's College, Oxford, February 2015): we were very pleased with the quality of service and acccommodation and will definitely stay again.
Mr Tim Richardson (Jesus College, Oxford, January 2015): Only problem was the internet - worked fine on the iPad but refused to work on the MacBook, did not give an option to enter password.
We will go again, it was great.
Sig. Giovanni Romandini (St Hugh's College, Oxford, January 2015): I stayed at the lodge of St. Hugh's College.
It's a good value accomodation in an expensive city as Oxford.
St Hugh's College is placed about 20 minutes walk from the city center, but on Banbury road there is the bus stop right in front of the college.
An excellent english breakfast it's served in the Dining Hall.
My only disappointment was that for two days I couldn't use the shower because there have been works of maintenance in the bathroom.
Ultimately, it's a very simple and no frills accomodation to save money and enjoy Oxford.
Mr Martin Weiler (Jesus College, Oxford, January 2015): Wonderful place to stay. Our only real comment was that our room heater wasn't working so we arrived to a freezing room. We called Reception who said someone would be with us 'in 10 minutes' - in fact it took well over half an hour and we had to ring again to find out what was happening. Service from person who attended to us was superb (he supplied a replacement heater) and everything from then on went smoothly. Staff in Reception and Kitchen were very friendly and would certainly recommend this experience to others.
Mr Terence Clark (St Hugh's College, Oxford, January 2015): I have stayed in many chain hotels in business and some of these leave at lot to be desired when compared against St Hughs.(particularly the breakfast)
Worth finding the small chapel, its a lovely area.
Would stay again
Mr George Lewis (Somerville College, Oxford, January 2015): No breakfast available at weekends (see above) which I was made aware of at booking. A very warm and friendly welcome at the college.
Mrs Tatiana White (St Stephen's House, Oxford, January 2015): Very comfortable and warm stay. The only place in Oxford where it was really quiet. Most colleges will not provide you with hairdryer and high quality towels. St. Stephen's House thought very carefully about hospitality. Thank you. 10 out of 10!!
Prof Kiyoshi Hirowatari (Jesus College, Oxford, January 2015): I had a very good and comfortable stay in Jesus College, oxford, except that I shivered with cold due to the fact that the heater was switched off at night.
Mr Simon Redgate (Somerville College, Oxford, January 2015): a great stay - excellent customer service
Dr Colin Perkins (Jesus College, Oxford, January 2015): I had a room on the top floor of the Ship Street Centre for one night. It was not large, but was modern, clean, quiet, and comfortable enough. Didn't eat breakfast. I'd happily stay again.
Ms Morven Dooner (St Hugh's College, Oxford, January 2015): The porters were very helpful and friendly, and the room and facilities were exceptionally clean.
Mr Sergio Guimon (Somerville College, Oxford, January 2015): Excellent value for the money
Mr geoffrey baird (Somerville College, Oxford, January 2015): I was staying in Student Halls for its convenience to the college and my meetings. Everything was very easy and went smoothly. I did have to share a bathroom and a student hall is slightly noisy, but the convenience outweighed all of that. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. I did not eat breakfast but it was available in the student restaurant every day.
Ms patricia daley (Jesus College, Oxford, January 2015): It was wonderful to stay at Jesus college the porters in the porters lodge were exceptional in their welcome and hospitality. The room was perfect in its simplicity. The location ideal. Breakfast in the Elizabethan dining room experience was very special. In retrospect I should have asked the staff to re heat my food as it was not as hot as I would have preferred. I would strongly recommend this stay thankyou.
Amanda Bowens (St Stephen's House, Oxford, January 2015): Can't comment on breakfast as we didn't make it I'm afraid (would be good if there was a N/A box to tick). Excellent booking set-up and great accommodation. Everything worked on arrival except wi-fi - information was left for us but username and password didn't work. Thank you.
Miss Laura King (St Stephen's House, Oxford, January 2015): Warm, pleasant, comfortable accommodation. Pillow and duvet a bit thin.
Mrs Susanna Hofmann (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, January 2015): Very spacious room with high ceilings and 2 big windows!
Very nice little sofa and desk full of nice books.
Mr Ahmed Zaghloul (St Hugh's College, Oxford, January 2015): convenient, clean, reasonable price. recommended.
Mrs Rachael Hemstock (Keble College, Oxford, January 2015): Had a wonderful time at Keble College. The room amenities were fabulous and the breakfast in the hall was the most amazing experience that I will never forget :-)
Mr ANDREW FLOYD (Wadham College, Oxford, January 2015): Excellent experience.
Ms Elizabeth Tempest (Wadham College, Oxford, January 2015): Very special place to stay - Wadham is a beautiful college with lovely gardens and a gem of a chapel. Hard to eat my delicious breakfast because my jaw was dropping at the magnificence of the Dining Hall. Add to that friendly welcoming staff - they've really got it right.
Mrs Elaine Walby (Keble College, Oxford, January 2015): Very helpful service from Porters' Lodge on arrival; room well serviced, clean and fully stocked hospitality tray; was good to have option of earlier Continental breakfast or slightly later full English - food choice was excellent. Would recommend. Thank you Keble College/staff.
Dr Malvena Stuart Taylor (St Stephen's House, Oxford, January 2015): It was a delight to stay in such a calm and quiet lodging. One needs to have all access codes available and it was a little difficult locating the car park in the dark (it is, as on the instructions, at the back of the College but the sign is not obvious when driving past). Also cooked breakfast is not available at weekends until 10:30. Having said that everyone I met was helpful and kind. Thank you for my very pleasant (and uplifting) stay.
Ms Louise Karlberg (Keble College, Oxford, January 2015): Fantastic place to stay at! I will definitely come back if possible. But what about complementing the toast with some normal bread for the foreigners :)
Dr Graham Ash (Wadham College, Oxford, January 2015): A very enjoyable stay. Would definitely recommend. Thanks
Prof David Hay (Mansfield College, Oxford, January 2015): The students very much enjoyed staying in the college, the porters were very helpful, and my room was excellent. We will be back next year.
Ms Jill Belcher (Wadham College, Oxford, January 2015): The central location, room and facilities were wonderful and superb value for money. Breakfast in the magnificent hall was varied and delicious and the staff were all very helpful and cheerful. A great experience!
Ms Lucy Hodgetts (Wadham College, Oxford, January 2015): I stayed at Wadham for three nights while I was in town for a conference. Very clean and comfortable room. Very impressed that my towels were changed during such a short stay! College staff were very friendly and let me store my bags in the lodge after I checked out. Breakfast was absolutely delicious! A wonderful place to stay -would stay here again and recommend to other visitors in Oxford.
Mr Tom rigby (Wadham College, Oxford, January 2015): very pleased, will use again