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Trinity College, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Trinity College
Broad Street

OX1 3BH | View map

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Trinity is one of the most centrally situated Colleges of the University of Oxford and is highly rated by our clients. It occupies a large site with extensive rear gardens (where residents may relax) and enjoys a quiet location.

All the study bedrooms are occupied by students during term and have a wash basin, hospitality tray with electric kettle, refrigerator, card operated telephone (cards are sold at the Lodge), bedside light and desk with lamp. Please note that the en-suite room bathrooms have showers and not baths. The standard rooms have toilets and showers on every staircase, though not always on the same floor as the bedrooms, and facilities are mixed (i.e. male/female). Towels and soap are provided in bedrooms and the Scout (housekeeper) will service your room on weekdays. Card operated laundry/ironing facilities are available and visitors staying in College for more than a few days may wish to purchase a card from the Lodge to use the washers and dryers.

The minimum age for guests is 18. We regret that many of our rooms are unsuitable for those with mobility problems. No smoking is permitted in College, other than in two clearly designated outdoor areas. Parking is only available to those with Disabled permits who pre-book.

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