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Keble College
Parks Road

OX1 3PG | View map

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We are pleased to offer accommodation in the comfortable student study bedrooms of Keble College, which are located around stunning tranquil Quads in our Grade 1 listed buildings designed by the Victorian architect, William Butterfield, as well as in our modern award winning buildings.

Whilst not equipped to four star hotel standards - no televisions or trouser presses - we offer clean and comfortable bedrooms with tea & coffee making facilities, towels, toiletries, card operated telephones and free internet access points.

All of the college buildings, both Victorian and modern, contain bedroom accommodation. Many of the Victorian rooms are awaiting refurbishing but we hope the spectacular views compensate for their "homely character". Our more modern buildings offer a more contemporary design and have wet room style bathrooms.

Smoking is not permitted in any building within the College.

We do try to accommodate specific requests so please let us know your preferences regarding which block you prefer when you make your booking. Please note that we do not offer self catering facilities.

We have ensuite bedrooms on the ground floor and in buildings with lifts for those who have difficulty with mobility. Our aim is to ensure that all guests are offered assistance and we ask guests to advise us of their particualr needs when making their booking. Please note that our standard bedrooms are located up at least one flight of stairs.

All rooms are serviced daily and our bed and breakfast rate includes a cooked or continental breakfast served in our magnificent Gothic dining hall - the longest in Oxford.

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