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Liddell Building (Christ Church), Oxford

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Overview

The Liddell Building, an annexe of Christ Church, offers self-catering accommodation in a quiet location in East Oxford, approximately a five-minute walk from amenities and a fifteen-minute walk from the main site. It's also only just a nine minute walk from O2 Academy Oxford, making this the perfect affordable accommodation option for a night enjoying your favourite band. Comfortable and spacious single standard rooms are available in 3 or 4-bedroom flats with shared bathroom and kitchen facilities (all guests must be over 18).

The college is unable to accept bookings for Stag and Hen groups and can only accommodate adults (aged 18 and over). This includes babies/children sharing a room with adults. If such a booking is made you will be asked to cancel it, the refund amount will be in live with T&Cs or if you arrive at the property you will be refused entry and no refund will be given.


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Reviews

4.6
Based on 84 reviews
Room
4.5
Value
4.6
Food
4.5
Service
4.7
Experience
4.6
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Great stay at the Liddell Building! I was assigned a spacious room overlooking the playing fields, the flat was quiet and clean. I used the kitchen which was kept neat and clean. Romain the warden was welcoming and helpful. The only reason I gave a 4-star to Overall Experience is the noise from the works going on in early September but all the folk working around building 6 and the laundy were friendly and helpful. I enjoyed walking to Christ Church on the "private" path. Very good value !

FionaM

Internet issues since no instructions provided other than “ use the cloud”. This did not work as required a login resulting in disruption to a planned work meeting. Room otherwise very comfortable and staff very friendly and helpful. It would be great to have an alumni discount option.

Anon

It was unclear whether rooms were ever serviced at all. Had to ask for clean towels and bin liners. There was building work right outside the room which wasn’t advised of and no laundry facilities.

Alison janeS

Liddell is a great place to stay, clean and modern with everything needed for a comfortable self-catering stay. All the staff were friendly and helpful and the views from the bedroom were peaceful.

Anon

Excessive noise at night. Door banging at 01.06 in the morning. Windows closing and opening. No disability facilities

Anon

Very handy and inexpensive place to stay. No frills but great for a one night stop over

AndyH

Great location, clean, basic but just what I needed.

SimonaT

Great place to stay. Warm and welcoming.

Anon

Excellent.

PeterL
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Facilities & information

Summary

20th century buildings

Breakfast (at additional cost)

No smoking

No Official Rating

Facilities

Free broadband access (wifi)

Private/enclosed garden

Luggage storage

24 hour security

Linen included

Towels included

Iron/ironing board

Hair dryers

Clothes dryer

Washing machine

Central heating

Bicycle storage

Food

Fridge

Recreations

Recommended walks

Pub (walking distance)

Museums (walking distance)

Museums (a short drive)

Gardens

Golf course (a short drive)

Tennis courts (walking distance)

Recommended restaurants (walking distance)

Theatre (walking distance)

Theatre (a short drive)

Arrival information & directions

Address: 60 Iffley Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OxfordOX4 1EQ, United Kingdom

Check-in from 1500 and Check-out by 1000

(If the room is not vacated by 1000 hrs, a fee may apply.)

Check-in at the Porters’ Lodge, located behind the gated entrance on Iffley Road. The lodge reception is staffed 24-hours a day.

On arrival, all guests will be asked to check their details and sign a guest information form (required under the Immigration (Hotel Records) Order 1972). Non-UK guests will also be required to provide the number and place of issue of their passport, their nationality and their next destination. These records must be kept for at least 12 months and be available for inspection by any police officer.

Parking is not available. Details of where to park in Oxford can be found on the Oxford City Council website.

 

Directions:

By Car:

From London, take the M40 from the M25 towards Birmingham/Oxford/Beaconsfield. Exit at J8 onto the A40 towards Oxford/Cheltenham. At the Headington roundabout continue straight over (2nd exit) onto the London Rd/A420 towards Headington. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Iffley Rd/A4158. Continue for 0.2 miles, the Liddell Building will be on your right, behind the blue gates and railings.

From the north, head south on the M1 to junction 15a then exit onto the A43 and take the M40 south until J9. Exit at J9 and take the A41/A34 Oxford and head towards Cowley and Henley. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto the Southern By-Pass Rd/A423. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Abingdon Rd/A4144. Turn right onto Weirs Lane/B4495 and continue to follow the B4495. Turn left onto Iffley Rd/A4158. Continue for 0.2 miles, the Liddell Building will be on your right, behind the blue gates and railings.

From the south, head north on the A34 (or take J13 from the M4, and head north on the A34 towards Oxford). Take the exit A4144/Oxford/Ring Road. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto the Southern By-Pass Rd/A423. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Abingdon Rd/A4144. Turn right onto Weirs Lane/B4495 and continue to follow the B4495. Turn left onto Iffley Rd/A4158. Continue for 0.8 miles, the Liddell Building will be on your left, behind the blue gates and railings.

By Train: It is approximately a 30-minute walk between Oxford Train Station (OX1 1HS) and the Liddell Building or if you prefer, a taxi from the station would cost approximately £10.00.

By Coach: The Airline bus from Heathrow/Gatwick, coaches from London Luton/London Stansted and services from London (X90, The Oxford Tube or National Express) all stop on St Clement’s, only a five-minute walk. Walk west down St Clement’s Street and turn left at ‘The Plain’ roundabout. Iffley Road is the second street on your left, just past The Cape of Good Hope Pub. Walk 200m down Iffley Road and you will find the Liddell Building on your right. The majority of other coach services stops at Gloucester Green Bus Station in central Oxford, a 25-minute walk away.

By Bus: The Oxford Bus Company run a frequent service between the city centre and Iffley Road [city3/3A], the journey time is approximately 10 minutes. The nearest stop, ‘The Plain’ on Iffley Road, is only a 2-minute walk to the Liddell Building. For connections to the city centre and further afield visit the Oxford Bus Company's journey planner to find a route that serves your travel needs.

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