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Magdalen College
High Street
Oxford
Oxfordshire

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The river Cherwell runs through Magdalen's grounds which include over 100 acres of parkland - a beautiful and tranquil area in the heart of the city. Along with the magnificent cloisters, deer park and quads with formal lawns and borders, the claim to be the most beautiful college in Oxford is not without foundation.

The standard study bedrooms 'Inside Walls' are spacious student rooms with views over the quads and grounds arranged by staircases where the shared bathroom facilities can be found. In the 'Grove Quad' all rooms have an en-suite bath (shower) room and many overlook the Deer Park (the Grove). Towels and a toiletries pack are provided in all rooms along with tea & coffee making-facilities and a mini-fridge.

In the Waynflete Building is on the other side of Magdalen Bridge, a 2-3 minute walk from the College, and from where room keys can be collected. With stunning views of the College main site and the Dreaming Spires of Oxford, we offer the same high standard of facilities in this 1960s building. Rates for this building do not include breakfast but there are a wide number of places to obtain food and drink within 2-3 minutes' walk and details will be provided on a sheet on check-in.

Whichever Magdalen accommodation you choose to book, you can be sure of a warm welcome at the Porters' Lodge, from one of our student staff or the porters themselves. One of them will show you to you room and answer any queries you may have.

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