Linton Lodge - Best Western

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

11-13 Linton Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX2 6UJ, United Kingdom
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 32% more and rated 13% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples52
  • Solo39
  • Business38

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B & B in Oxford

by crmartins

Hi everybody!

I'm planning on going to Oxford in's been hard to find a place to stay as it seems to me that it's a little expensive. Do anyone has a suggestion on places to stay like a B&B? It doen's have to be too good. Having breakfast and placed in the city will be great and enought!

Thanks in advance!


Re: B & B in Oxford

by leics

Oxford is a popular place for visitors all through the year, and prices reflect this.

You can find all Oxford accommodation listed on the official tourist information website here:

with a useful search engine for price/availability.

You won't find a b&b anywhere for much less than 35GBP per night and 40=50 is common so you might prefer a hostel (also listed on the site).

Re: B & B in Oxford

by crmartins

Thank you! 40 GBP per night is affordable for me. &0 is a little bit much than I can afford. Thanks for your suggestion!

Re: B & B in Oxford

by leics

You should be able to find somewhere for around 40GBP then. :-)

Re: B & B in Oxford

by barryb2005

if u get chance there used 2 be a place called the crypt just off cornmarket-- sawdust all over the floor-- decent food and somewhere a bit different

Re: B & B in Oxford

by crmartins



I'll check it

Travel Tips for Oxford

Oxford Tip

by Sharrie

College days! I missed those days! There's something to be said when one is hopeful about the world & feeling invincible. Within the gates or compounds of the university, one tends to feel aspiring & all dreams abound. Try to go back to the university once in a while & you'll know what I mean.

Books & Music

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Sitting in Duke Humfrey's fabulous library (a part of the Bodleian built in 1488) of an evening, pretending to research an essay but actually drinking in the sounds of Dvorak wafting in from the Sheldonian next door. Pure bliss. By the way, you can join the Bodleian (for a fee) if you can convince the librarian that you are engaged in 'serious study' and need its resources - you don't actually have to belong to the university.

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Still at the Ashmolean Museum.....

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The Oxford Information Centre,...

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The Oxford Information Centre, The Old School, Gloucester Green, Oxford OX1 2DA is open from Monday to Saturday, 09:30-17:00 and on Sundays and Public Holidays from 10:00-13:00 and 13:30-15:30 during the summer months. Closed 25 December - 1 Jan inclusive.

Tel: +44 1865 726871

All of humanity is here!

by casiokerry

If Oxford is a genteel, civilised place, Cowley Road is its uncouthed, yet strangely alluring neighbour.
Just 5 minutes walk from the town centre, but a million miles away in terms of atmosphere, Cowley Road is a true Bohemian/ethnic enclave and is where most students live, drink, shop and did I mention drink?
Cowley Road used to be quite run-down, but in the last few years, it has sprung back into life as the beating, pulsating heart of creativity and fun in Oxford. Many Oxfordians now come to Cowley on the weekend, to escape the throngs on Cornmarket and visit the boutiques, restaurants and cafes.
At the lower end of Cowley Road are some inspired little cafes selling lovely food and coffee, which attract a mixture of students and 'yummy mummies' (young, trendy families). Also, eating at any of the multitude of Indian restaurants is an absolute must. Don't forget to walk as far as the NHS building to check out the amazing street art and murals. Magdelen St, with its health food restaurant and new age bookshop is also great.
If you like shopping, there are some superb vintage shops, skate shops, charity shops and cute boutiques where you'll find some really individual clothes.
For those of you who are familiar with London, I'd describe Cowley Road as Oxford's answer to Ladbrooke Grove or Brick Lane - ethnic, trendy, bohemian, cutting-edge and a great place for a pub crawl.


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Address: 11-13 Linton Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX2 6UJ, United Kingdom