Stay in historic surroundings at affordable Keble College Oxford, which provides simple study bedrooms in this world-famous part of the UK.
Keble College Oxford offers you the chance to stay in a world-famous setting – one of the colleges of Oxford University! Old-meets-new here, with award-winning contemporary buildings standing alongside Grade I listed buildings designed by William Butterfield that date back to the Victorian era. From your simple study bedroom at Keble College Oxford you can enjoy views of the quiet quads before heading to the Gothic dining hall for full English breakfast or a cheap two course set evening meal.
Oxford Keble College is ideally situated in the city centre, near the River Thames and a cricket ground. All of the comfortable guestrooms at Oxford Keble College are available when the students are on vacation and contain tea and coffee making facilities, towels, toiletries, and internet access plus a telephone to help you stay in touch with loved ones. Choose from single and twin rooms with a private bathroom or singles with access to shared facilities. Enjoy a drink in the bar in the evening.
As you will be staying in one of the colleges of Oxford University, you'll be well-placed for an educational stay. The other colleges of the University of Oxford, as well as Oxford Brookes University, are also within easy reach of Keble College Oxford. Several language schools, including Oxford Intensive Language School, Lake School of English and MM Oxford Study Services, are easily accessible too.
Oxford is the nearest mainline station to Keble College Oxford, which is within walking distance (although those with heavy luggage may prefer to take a short taxi ride). You can catch a train to the nearby towns of Leamington Spa and Banbury and have a wander around before taking another rail journey to Shakespeare's Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Keble College Oxford is well located in the centre of Oxford, within easy
reach of the city's many sights. Go back in time with a visit to the nearby
University of Oxford Natural History Museum or the Pitt Rivers Museum, which is
just opposite your accommodation. You can take a tour of the historic city by
open top bus or go punting on the River Thames, which is just a short stroll
away. Venture further a field and you could enjoy a tour of the Cotswolds and
Please note: for guests with reduced mobility, some rooms at Keble College are on the ground floor and some of the modern buildings have lift access, but no parking is available at Keble College.
Tea & Coffee
Ground Floor Access
Internet Terminals in Rooms
24 Hour Reception
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