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Mr Laurence Kirk (Wadham College, Oxford, December 2014): A most enjoyable stay, the room was spacious, the buildings and grounds are beautiful. The staff were friendly and the breakfast was excellent.

Dr John Cech (St Stephen's House, Oxford, December 2014): The staff at St Stephens House were wonderful. I greatly enjoyed the experience, breakfasts, room, and even attending the Advent Carol Service on Wed night. I plan to return whenever I am next visiting Oxford.

Mr James Crossman (Somerville College, Oxford, December 2014): As always, friendly and helpful team at the Lodge, interesting and slightly quirky accommodation.........but with the WOW factor of joining a snippet college life and the exceptional buildings for a night or two.

Mr John Huke (St Stephen's House, Oxford, December 2014): Clean, simple and effective, thanks.

Ms Rebecca Newman (St Stephen's House, Oxford, December 2014): Great to have HOT croissants for breakfast. So important

Mrs Susan O'Donoghue (Somerville College, Oxford, December 2014): This was my second stay - rooms are basic, clean and the staff are all very friendly and helpful. Tea/coffee tray in room which is very handy at the end of a long day. The college is a brisk 10 minute walk from central area. If you want beyond basic then this is not for you - but I would happily stay again when in Oxford as it's a lovely site to soak up the atmosphere of Oxford college life.

Mr H L L Meath Baker (St Stephen's House, Oxford, December 2014): A great place to stay in Oxford and wonderful to be supporting St Stephen's House.

Ms Celia Robinson (St Stephen's House, Oxford, December 2014): Very impressed with the administration of our stay including the collecting of keys etc despite there being no porters. Very impressed with the standard of cleanliness in the room and the level of comfort etc. Would recommend to others

Ms Melissa Highton (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, December 2014): The room was exactly as described. Very quiet, lovely and warm. Personally I think the facilities would be improved by offering guests a hairdryer in the room.

Mrs Toshiko Shimazaki (Jesus College, Oxford, December 2014): Nice room and excellent service by the staff of the porter's lodge!

Mr Vincent Johnson (Jesus College, Oxford, December 2014): Very convenient. Quiet. Great desk.

Mr Albert Polita (Jesus College, Oxford, December 2014): Clean, modern room. Friendly staff, always willing to assist. The only drawback is the noise when students return to their rooms after a night in town.

Dr Gemma Eke (St Stephen's House, Oxford, December 2014): Lovely grounds and atmosphere, even went to a concert in the church one evening which was delightful. Welcoming people a real sanctuary. Room could be a little basic for some but fine for me - shared bathrooms were clean and up to date. Will definitely return. Many thanks for a great stay.

Mr Warren Bank (St Hugh's College, Oxford, December 2014): We really enjoyed our stay at St Hugh's and the comfort of the facilities. The bathrooms had tons of boiling hot water and were spotless. Porters were friendly.

Prof Yoko Odawara (Somerville College, Oxford, December 2014): I am grateful for people's kind help.

Mr Laurence Kirk (Somerville College, Oxford, December 2014): The room was rather cold overnight, and the shared bathroom was busy. Breakfast wasn't included, so I mark that as average. The lodge staff were friendly and helpful though.

Mr Laurence Kirk (St Stephen's House, Oxford, December 2014): Cosy room, friendly staff, I enjoyed my stay.

Mr Thomas Jacobson (St Stephen's House, Oxford, December 2014): Nice place, felt at home. Nice people.

Mrs Dianne Slater (Jesus College, Oxford, December 2014): We had an excellent stay. Breakfast in the beautiful dining hall, next to the Christmas tree was a real bonus. Food could have been a bit warmer.

Ms susan raes (Somerville College, Oxford, November 2014): Sommerville is easy to get to. I loved it because you live the dream of being an undergraduate. Would not have swapped it for a boring hotel. Darbishire is 1930s and a little gem of a quad round the porter's lodge. The bed and bathroom was quite basic. Don't come here if you want bling!

Mr Vincent Johnson (St Benet's Hall, Oxford, November 2014): Lots of character. A sense of history and time-worn elegance.

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