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Choose smart and modern university dorms in Oxford. Housing in peaceful locations and a short bus ride away from the famous college campuses, the river, cultural attractions and the best student venues in town. Find a great room for your studies in accommodation close to the city center and the rich green Oxfordshire countryside.

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Alice House

Explore Oxford from your base at Alice House, and live right beside the Botanic Garden a short walk from the city centre and universities

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From£245per week
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Cambridge Terrace

Make your home at Cambridge Terrace, with a view of Oxford’s dreaming spires, near the unique culture and historic markets of the city centre

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From£192per week
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Oxford

Follow in the footsteps of world leaders, famous writers and Nobel Prize winners in the stunning, historic city of Oxford

Live in a city that boasts an academic history of over 800 years and combines amazing heritage with a vibrant city atmosphere. Wander the cobbled streets around the 'City of Dreaming Spires' and discover a maze of gorgeous independent boutiques, quirky bookshops and traditional English pubs.

For views of Oxford’s breathtaking spires, climb the tower at University Church, or admire the majestic architecture of Magdalen College before heading to Radcliffe Camera and Bodleian Library, home to two of the great libraries of the world.

When you need to relax, the 'River Isis' is an ideal waterfront escape. Bring a picnic to the home of Oxford’s famous rowing clubs and watch other students punting down the river or studying in the sunshine. Oxford is also a great foodie destination. Pick up some fresh fruit, veg and meat straight from the English countryside at the centuries-old Covered Market, or head to iconic Freud’s for a pizza in atmospheric surroundings.

By night, Oxford comes alive with lively bars, clubs and music venues. Meander down an old city lane to find the Turf Tavern, an ancient watering-hole where famous faces like Bill Clinton and CS Lewis once drank. If you fancy a cocktail, head to The Varsity Club with its rooftop bar and views over Oxford.

The city also has a jam-packed events calendar. Living here, you’ll be in prime position to enjoy the Oxford Literary Festival, Oxford Jazz Festival and the Oxford Chamber Music Festival. What’s more - you’re only an hour from London.

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