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The Queen's College
High Street
Oxford
Oxfordshire

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The Queen’s College Oxford is delighted to offer student study bedrooms in both our magnificent Palladian-style buildings as well as in our recently refurbished annexe Queen's Land Quad, both situated prominently on the High Street in the centre of Oxford.

The Queen’s College offers a variety of accommodation options from single standard and twin standard rooms with handbasin and shared shower/bath facilities, to single and twin en suite rooms. All rooms have ethernet connection (an ethernet cable can be purchased from the Lodge for a nominal sum), tea and coffee making facilities, bed linen and towels, and are serviced daily by our friendly housekeeping staff, the Scouts.

There are no lifts in the Main College and ground floor rooms are limited. The rooms in Queen’s Lane Quad are however serviced by a lift. Rooms are assigned when a booking is received, so please let us know any preferences when you make a booking, including whether you would prefer an older style traditional room in Main College or more modern style accommodation with lift facilities in Queen's Lane Quad. Both Main College and Queen's Lane Quad have en suite rooms.

Regrettably the College and its environment is not suitable for young children. It is a requirement that children are supervised by an adult at all times, and the College and its personnel will not accept responsibility for the actions of unsupervised children. We are sorry but we are unable to accept bookings from Stag & Hen parties.

Queen’s recently featured in the film The Golden Compass (the renamed Northern Lights, part of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy).

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