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St Stephen's House, Oxford

University residence
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4.1 (256)
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Cloister Gardens looking towards King Building
Cloister Gardens looking towards King Building
Cloister Gardens looking towards King Building
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Edward King Suite
Edward King Suite
Edward King Suite
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Dining Hall
Dining Hall
Dining Hall
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View of College from Marston St
View of College from Marston St
View of College from Marston St
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Standard Single Room
Standard Single Room
Standard Single Room
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The Bishops Rooms with View of Church
The Bishops Rooms with View of Church
The Bishops Rooms with View of Church
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External Garden Walls
External Garden Walls
External Garden Walls
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rose garden
rose garden
rose garden
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Single Ensuite
Single Ensuite
Single Ensuite
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Cloisters (inside)
Cloisters (inside)
Cloisters (inside)
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Ensuite shower room
Ensuite shower room
Ensuite shower room
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Standard Single (lower-ground floor)
Standard Single (lower-ground floor)
Standard Single (lower-ground floor)
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Edward King suite, sitting room
Edward King suite, sitting room
Edward King suite, sitting room
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Church Ceiling
Church Ceiling
Church Ceiling
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Church & Cloisters
Church & Cloisters
Church & Cloisters
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Standard Twin Room
Standard Twin Room
Standard Twin Room

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Overview

St Stephen's House is an Anglican Theological College, situated close to Magdalen Bridge in a quiet street running between the Cowley and Iffley Roads. Formerly a monastery, with buildings dating back to the 1860s, the college is a charming example of Victorian Gothic architecture.

Centrally located in East Oxford, the college is a 15-minute walk from the city centre. Located on a quiet side street, a short walk from major locations such as the O2 Academy, and the Bullingdon, as well as tourist sites such as the Botanic Garden, and Christchurch Meadows. There are two public car parks located a short distance from campus.

As a working college, this location lets its available student bedrooms for bed and breakfast stays, which, whilst not equipped to hotel standard, all bedrooms are clean and comfortable, with refreshment trays, bedding, towels, and complimentary toiletries. Due to the age of the buildings, there are no lifts available, and the entrance is by steep concrete steps.

The College provides a self-service check-in system, that provides guests flexibility and convenience on arrival. Guests are provided with contact information for staff should they need assistance during their stay, at present, there is no Porter's Lodge at this college.


Check in: 14:30 (2:30pm) - 20:00 (8:00pm) (no arrivals allowed outside this window)

Check out: 00:00 (12:00am) - 10:00 (10:00am)



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Reviews

4.1
Based on 256 reviews
Room
3.9
Value
4.2
Food
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Service
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Experience
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The stay at St. Sephens House was very nice. The building is located in a quiet street, there is a beautiful garden. The staff are very, very friendly and helpful. The rooms and shower rooms are very clean. You can walk to Oxford city center in 20 minutes, but there are also bus connections. Cafes and stores open 24 hours and supermarkets are close by. Overall, the accommodation at St. Stephsn House is highly recommended for guests in Oxford.

Uta DorotheaS

We had a lovely stay at St. Stephen's House. We spent the weekend in Oxford for a friend's DPhil graduation, and St. Stephen's was the perfect place to stay – great location, quiet, clean, and the people were friendly. Good breakfast, too. Would definitely stay there again and recommend to others visiting Oxford.

AaronR

The staff were lovely & the breakfast was nice. The room was a little run down for the price. Would have been wonderful to have a garden or lounge area to relax in. A mini bar fridge would have come in handy too. Really need a recycling bin for guests to use too. Overall a nice stay. 😊

MeldaS

Quiet and convenient location. Breakfast ( full English), was good but we missed it the first day as we had to leave before it was served. It's a shame there is no takeaway option, like a croissant and piece of fruit say.

Anon

This was a superb experience- clean, quiet rooms in the eaves with large comfortable bed , spacious kitchen area and table and chairs in a separate room. Easy to find and a 20 minute walk to the centre of Oxford.

CarolineB

Very special place. Great to chat to interesting people over breakfast. Won’t now stay anywhere else when we’re n Oxford.

DavidH

A welcoming B n B very quiet Lovely outlook extremely clean Friendly hosts close to transport Recommended

JuliusB

Clean, welcoming and accommodating. Characterful college in convenient location.

Anon

Wonderful! Clean, comfortable, unostentatious, conveniently located, quiet.

EvaH
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Facilities & information

Summary

19th century buildings

Public car parking for a charge (nearby)

No smoking

Historic property

Facilities

Free broadband access (wifi)

No luggage storage

Linen included

Towels included

Hair dryers

Central heating

Recreations

Recommended walks

Pub (walking distance)

Museums (walking distance)

Tennis courts (walking distance)

Recommended restaurants (walking distance)

Theatre (walking distance)

Arrival information & directions

Address: St Stephen's House, 16 Marston St, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OxfordOX4 1JX, United Kingdom

It is kindly asked that you do not arrive before check-in, as your bedroom will not be ready.

There is not a Porters Lodge or a Reception, so you will be responsible for accessing the college yourself. On arrival at check-in time (from 2:30pm), you may collect your room key and go directly to your room

Once notification of your booking has been received, St Stephen's House will send you a separate email providing you with all the access information you need. This is a separate email sent at a later date and is not the same as the one you automatically receive from University Rooms confirming your booking.  As there isn't a Porter's Lodge or Reception, it is extremely important that you read and bring this information with you.

If you need to cancel your booking, please ensure you contact University Rooms in the first instance, who will then, in turn, notify the College.

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