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Rewley House
1 Wellington Square
Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX1 2JA | View map

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Rewley house is a 3* Campus Accommodation facility situated in the Heart of Oxford just 2 minutes walk from the coach and train station. You can explore Oxford’s famous attractions such as the Ashmolean Museum, The Botanic Gardens, The Sheldonian Theatre and Bodleian Library, these are all within walking distance. Rewley House is also a stones throw from several award winning restaurants and cocktail bars, some of which are situated in the new Oxford Castle complex.

Our comfortable rooms provide en suite facilities, colour television, tea & coffee making facilities and free internet access can be provided in bedrooms. We can also provide a hot & cold buffet breakfast in our dining room, and guests are welcome to use our Common Room Bar.As we are located in the heart of the city centre, paid car parking facilities are available a short distance away, as well as some limited on street parking.

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