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Although all of our rooms are pretty nifty, we can’t pretend we don’t have a few favourites. Book them while it’s hot. Literally.
A city of natural beauty and unnatural brainpower. Famous for the university with its incredible old-school architecture, there are some fantastic places to visit besides. Stone cottages. Cobbled streets. A city as old as time.
If rambling is more your style, this could be just what you're looking for. It may be weird to see a wide-open meadow in the middle of a city – but that's exactly what Port Meadow offers. Grazing horses. Colourful wildflowers. And a 17th Century pub at the end to whet your whistle.
If old things aren't your vibe, then Oxford may not be for you. Thankfully, the Modern Art Oxford makes up for the crumbling rocks outside as the place to go for cutting-edge exhibitions and contemporary art.
If you're feeling grungy, why not take a tour of the local castle and discover its equally dark history and dark prison cells. Thankfully, once out of the crypts, the Saxon St George's Tower offers some fresh air and citywide views for dessert.
Okay. Balling all the University into one point is a bit tough, but here's a quick rundown of the best of Oxford Uni: Bodleian Library. Botanical Gardens. Museum of Natural History. University Church of St Mary the Virgin. Ashmolean Museum. Christ Church College. Merton College Chapel. Is that enough to be going on with?