Rewley House

1 Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JA, United Kingdom
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  • Couples83
  • Solo80
  • Business78

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Accomodation tip.

by Basandro

Hiya,
I will be in oxford for a couple of night..any idea of a cheapANDcomfortable accomodation???
Thanks all 4 ur help.
Ale

RE: Accomodation tip.

by alancollins

Some links for you

http://www.oxford.gov.uk/tourism/where-to-stay.cfm

http://www.travelodge.co.uk/find_a_hotel/results.php?search_type=4&search=Oxford%2C%20Oxon&id=18966

http://www.totaltravel.co.uk/travel/london/oxfordshire/oxford/listing/hostels/10400312

http://www.google.co.uk/local?hl=en&lr=&cr=countryUK|countryGB&q=bed+breakfast&near=Oxford&sa=X&oi=localr

Regards
Alan

RE: RE: Accomodation tip.

by Basandro

Thanks Alan

Travel Tips for Oxford

Colleges a-plenty!

by DrewV

No trip to Oxford would be complete without touring some of the colleges. Each college is a self-sustaining unit, I believe, and each has a particular history associated with it. If I were really cool, I'd know more about the histories, but I can tell you this much: What you see here is Christ Church College, established in the 16th century under Cardinal Wolsey and Henry VIII. Among its more famous alumni is Lewis Carroll, he of Alice in Wonderland fame. That's one thing that Oxford has supplied in rather large quantity: fantasy authors. C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien also studied and taught at Oxford. There's something about these hallowed halls that make professors think of other worlds...

Exeter College - Most Famous Students

by aliante1981

Although the most famous alumni is J.R.R. Tolkien, Exeter College has a list that would be the envy of many an educational establishment:

Martin Amis
Roger Bannister
Alan Bennett
T.J. Binyon
R.D. Blackmore
Rev. E. E. Bradford
Sydney Brenner
Edward Burne-Jones
Richard Burton
Sir John Eliot
Geoffrey Fisher
James Anthony Froude
Joseph Glanvill
Russell Harty
Charles Lyell
William Morris
Francis Turner Palgrave
Hubert Parry
William Petre
Philip Pullman
Qian Zhongshu
Robert Robinson
Will Self
Ned Sherrin
Imogen Stubbs
J. R. R. Tolkien

Segregation Between Student and Regular Oxfordian

by Gwenvar

I came here to visit an old friend that invited me to come and visit her, her husband and baby as well as baby no.2 (then) still to come. And she was telling me that her experience of actually living in Oxford, although very pleasant being the small town that it is, is that she deplored not being able to mix more with the university crowd and life. She says that most students will go to their university bars and not regular ones, keep to their university grounds most of the time and so on and so forth. In other words, she didn't like the segregation between the student body, and the rest of the inhabitants of Oxford. She felt left out of an aspect of her city that she would have loved to explore more.

Look up! There's a gargoyle!

by King_Golo

In order to take great pictures of Oxford's numerous gargoyles you need some equipment. A tripod is necessary because most of the gargoyles are quite high, just below the roof. You will also be able to take bigger pictures if your camera has got a good zoom. My pics were taken with a 420mm telephoto lens. Moreover, it is sometimes quite hard to find interesting gargoyles so you do well bringing your binoculars. You'd be amazed at how much there is to see high above street level!

Wolvercote Cemetery

by ultchuk

One of the reasons I was in Oxford was to visit the grave of J.R.R. Tolkien. Take Banbury Road to the end. It's just passed the roundabout. A map od the cemetery and a sign will lead you to his grave. More txt coming asap

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Address: 1 Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JA, United Kingdom