Opinions expressed below are for information only. The delegates may find provided links and information helpful in organising their journey, but they will need to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements. Any accommodation complaints/comments should be sent directly to your accommodation provider, and not to the conference organisers.
Staying at St Edmund Hall
St Edmund Hall is able to offer a limited number of bed & breakfast student rooms, which can be booked by contacting Ms Susan McCarthy.
Ms Sue McCarthy
St Edmund Hall
Queens Lane, Oxford, OX1 4AR
Tel: 01865 279222
Staying at Other Oxford Colleges
Several other Oxford colleges (including, The Queen’s College, The University College, Balliol College, Trinity College and Keble College) also offer private accommodation during the spring term break. Please contact the college administration directly for further information. Participating colleges are listed on the following website:
Other Places to Stay
There are several hotels and B&Bs on a few minutes walking distance from St Edmund Hall, for example, in the Oxford High Street, Abingdon Road, Iffely Road, and St Clement’s Street. However, please note that March/April is a busy time of the year and accommodation can be difficult to find and can also be expensive, if not booked early.
Based on poor feedback from past delegates we strongly advise that you avoid Cherwell Guest House, 137 Iffley Road (previously Nanford Guest House).
Below is a selection of websites that give further information about places to stay in Oxford. Participants are responsible for making direct contact with the accommodation providers. Furthermore, this information is for the benefit of the participants only. We have no association with any of these organisations or websites.
Youth Hostel Oxford, 2a Botley Road, Oxford OX2 0AB
Other Nearby B&Bs and Hotels (nearest to the venue first)
- Thamesis Guest House – a part of St Edmund Hall
- Eastgate Hotel
- Old Bank Hotel
- Randolf Hotel
- Oxford Spire