Tower House

15 Ship Street, Oxford, OX1 3DA, United Kingdom
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looking for a room in eynsham

by bigbenqi

Hi, I am looking for a room in eynsham, anyone have an idea where it is the best place to find one. Or, maybe you have one to let ^^, please get me on 07793086371 or bigbenqi@hotmail.com.
Thank you very much for your help.

Re: looking for a room in eynsham

by paulinuk2u

try google rooms in eynsham uk

Re: looking for a room in eynsham

by alancollins

Hi
The cheapest available rooms will be found via ads in local newsagents in Eynsham or Witney. You could try some of the classified newspaper ads in the Oxford Mail, Oxford Times or Witney Gazette. As Eynsham is a small Village you may find more available rooms in Witney which is a short distance away. You will find rooms more expensive in Oxford because of the vast amount of students.
Regards
Alan

Travel Tips for Oxford

University

by barryg23

The historic heart of the University lies on Catte Street - which links High Street to Broad Street - and Radcliffe Square. This is my favourite part of Oxford and the walk along Catte Street takes you past the Bridge of Sighs, Hertford College, the Radcliffe Camera (pictured), the Bodleian library, All Souls College and the Sheldonian Theatre.

With so much on offer here, Radcliffe Square, not surprisingly, is often busy with tourists and tour groups. To really appreciate the atmosphere here, I would advise visiting in the early evening or early on a Sunday morning.

First Visit

by barryg23

My first visit to Oxford was back in November '99 when Trinity came to play Oxford in a friendly tennis match. I think they beat us in every match, though we fared better than them in the drinking games and were still going strong long after they had gone home to sleep! Despite the fact - or maybe because - I saw more of the pubs and clubs of Oxford than anything else on that trip, the city really made a strong impression on me.

Hell's Passage aka St. Helen's Passage

by shutterlust

The alley between Hertford's famous Bridge of Sighs (see picture) and The Turf Tavern is now called 'St. Helen's Passage', which is a sanitisation of the more traditional 'Hell's Passage' from earlier centuries. This is very similar to the sanitisation of what was formerly known as 'Gropecunte Lane' (referring to the prostitute who used to frequent the area, same as the Gropecunte Lane in London) to Magpie Lane.

Cycling in Oxford (I) - General tips

by King_Golo

Oxford is a bicycle town which nobody would deny who has been there. With so many students having to go from college to college between there tutorials, a bike is definitely the main means of transportation. Oxford's traffic is not really bike-friendly, however. If there is a bike path, it is almost always way to narrow and car drivers don't give a damn if they block the whole path or not. Moreover, they seem to compete with each other who can pass a bike as close as possible. If you are daring enough and have time, cycling is a great way to get to know this town.
Bike shops are found all along Cowley Road, but if you only want to rent a bike try Bikezone in Market Street - it's as central as possible.

Port Meadow

by RufusFrog

A fine piece of water meadow to the West of the city centre, especially recommended for botanists. Amble across it on a summer morning and you should end up at either Binsey if you head West (has a holy well & a lovely pub, the Perch); or Godstow if you head North (has a ruined abbey & an even lovelier & more expensive pub, the Trout).

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Address: 15 Ship Street, Oxford, OX1 3DA, United Kingdom