A list of travel tips in Oxford.
TRAVELLING TO OXFORD
Please see this link for more detailed information, including a searchable map of Oxford’s colleges, halls, libraries and Museums.
USEFUL CONTACT NUMBERS
Department of Sociology: 01865 281 740
Nuffield College: 01865 278 500
Police, Ambulance, Fire: 999
National Health Service Direct: http://www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk/ or 0845 4647
A list of accommodation.
|Name||Type||£ per night||Distance|
|Central Backpackers||Hostel||£20.00||3 min walking|
|Oxford Backpackers||Hostel||£40.00||3 min walking|
|St Hugh’s College||College||£40.00||15 mins walk|
|Keble College||College||£69.00||15 mins walk|
|Brasenose College||College||£55.00||15 mins walk|
|St Antony’s College||College||£50.00||15 mins walk|
|Clive, Booth Postgrad Center||Brookes Uni||£51.41||30 mins bus|
|Scott House||Brookes Uni||£51.41||30 mins bus|
|Travelodge Oxford Abingdon||Hotel||£95.00||40 mins bus|
Nuffield is one of Oxford’s newest colleges, having been founded in 1937, as well as one of the smallest, with around 75 postgraduate students and 60 academic fellows. Its architecture is designed to conform to the traditional college layout and its modernist spire is a landmark for those approaching Oxford from the west…