Weston Manor

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Weston-on-the-Green, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX25 3QL, United Kingdom
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89%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
49%
155
Very Good
28%
88
Average
12%
40
Poor
5%
16
Terrible
3%
12

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 89% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families71
  • Couples83
  • Solo80
  • Business84

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...while the college beauty is watching them...while the college beauty is watching them

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Forum Posts

Trout Inn

by baablaablaa

Why is Virtual Tourist still presenting out of date reviews about this pub whose internal ambiance and menu and character changed radically in 2007?

Re: Trout Inn

by ATLC

It's the VT member that is presenting it. Not VT itself.
Why don't you email that member and tell them the information needs updating?
You could also write your own tip about this pub with the correct information.

Re: Trout Inn

by colin_bramso

It's the major problem with the Tip system, but the only alternative is not to have any tips at all. Members report on places as they were when they visited, which is all we can do.

Re: Trout Inn

by grets

VT is like any other website where members write the reviews - they can be both outdated and personal.

The member who wrote the tip no doubt wrote it is good faith at the time. Nothing wrong with that. It is up to the reader to note the date and also realise that we all have different opinions.

Re: Trout Inn

by trvlrtom

This forum poster has created no tips, no profile, no pictures...just a complaint.

Those of us who use and contribute to VT know that places are always changing, and not to get worried about such things as changes in a given pub.

Re: Trout Inn

by ricky52

10 people can visit any pub and all give a different reason why they liked/disliked it.
Some tips can never be rewritten because the writer has never returned there.

Re: Trout Inn

by pedroswift

Perhaps there should be a suggestion on the site that VT posters should review their own reviews every now and again and clean out those which are "suspect" & to test and modify out of date links and URLs. etc. The advice to e mail the poster if the info is not current is good.

Re: Trout Inn

by ATLC

Best be kind about it. People do not have outdated tips on purpose. Building tips is a lot of work. Maintaining them even more so.

Re: Trout Inn

by brazzi

well heres your big moment to make a name for yourself,and give us all an up to date tip ,instead of coming on to a travel tip site anonamously,and whinging about everyones lack of knowledge.

Re: Trout Inn

by brazzi

yes oops,
i didnt look at the date till later,

Travel Tips for Oxford

Women's life in Oxford

by King_Golo

Oxford has for most of its existence been a men's town. Men founded colleges, men studied, researched and taught there, men became famous. Women haven't played much of a role until the late 19th century when the first colleges for females were opened. This "tip" attempts to give a little bit of background knowledge about women's life in Oxford.

While a few of the older colleges (e.g. Balliol and Wadham) were founded by women, they mostly didn't have access to the colleges. The statutes of each college generally included a paragraph that "no woman can be a member of this college". Hence, they couldn't study there, nor could they become fellow. In most cases, even the scouts who were responsible for cleaning were male. In 1869, Cambridge started to change this predominance of men slowly but steadily. Girton College was founded - a women only college. A few years later, Cambridge's second exclusively female college opened its doors, Newnham. Only in 1878, Oxford followed. Lady Margaret Hall (or LMH as everybody calls it) was founded, a year later Somerville, in 1886 St. Hugh's, in 1893 St. Hilda's and in 1952 St. Anne's. The zeitgeist however was changing, so that very slowly Oxford's male colleges had to accept females. It is, from today's point of view, incredible just how long it took the colleges to make these changes. In 1920, women were granted membership of Oxford University. 54 years later, in 1974, the first all-male colleges (Jesus, Brasenose, St. Catherine's, Hertford and Wadham) accepted women. One must probably think of them as feminist avantgarde, being the first to take this step, even if it was only in 1974. But the female side was reluctant as well - St. Hilda's has accepted men only since 2008!

Today's situation is fortunately completely different. Female students are a perfectly normal sight: Out of roughly 11,500 students 5,500 are female. Female lecturers and fellows are common, too, albeit men still prevail in this field. The same is true for the college's highest post, most often called rector. There are only nine colleges which have a female head of house: Exeter, Keble, Merton, St. Antony's, LMH, Mansfield, St. Hilda's, Somerville and Wolfson. While Oxford seems to have come to a normal way of interaction with women, one number still gives reason for concern: For whatever reason, female students tend to get worse marks in their final exams.

Among the many well-known female students of Oxford were Benazir Bhutto (former prime minister of Pakistan), Helen Fielding (author of the "Bridget Jones" books), Indira Ghandi (former prime minister of India), Dame Iris Murdoch (author), Dorothy L. Sayers (author), Aung San Suu Kyi (winner of the Nobel Peace Prize), and of course Margaret Thatcher (the Iron Lady).

Oxford Tip

by Krystynn

Oxford is renowned as one of England's two great university towns (the other town being CAMBRIDGE, in case you're wondering...), steeped in history and tradition.

The University is NOT a campus but a collection of 36 colleges and 5 halls scattered around the city center.... alongside the many shops and buildings. I hadn't realized this until we toured around Oxford!

Today, Oxford University accounts for almost 15,000 of the City's total population of 115,000 people! :-)

Walking Back To The Train Station...

by coceng

Now, I took another photo.
This is The Gate Tower of Brasenose College, from 1512.
Very nice looking indeed !
This view is from the High Street although you can see a better view of this college from Radcliffe Square, which is just behind the wall of the gate !

Oxfor during the Summer is...

by Aragina

Oxfor during the Summer is filled with tourists and therefore the traffic situation is appaling, and temepers can flare.
In the Summer the City is full of Students and this is when Oxford takes on its real identity, you will find all pubs and shops full of students. In the evening most pubs/clubs/restaraunts are staffed by students trying to make ends meet, so tip generously, after all they may be your next boss :-)

Town Centre Businesses

by nickandchris

We were quite amused to find very different businesses named together on plaques down the little alleyways. in central Oxford.
Psychology, pregnancy and dental services all rolled into one? Not to mention the Thai. restaurant!!!

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Address: Weston-on-the-Green, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX25 3QL, United Kingdom