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The student accommodation bedrooms are available out-of-term and offer very cheap stays (£40). This comes with a full English breakfast, served in the main dining hall in the main building.
Lovely gardens and it is a pleasant experience to stay in an Oxford university college....More
Its reputation is 'far out' not because it's unusually laid back or trendy (although gowns are not worn as much as elsewhere and there are no 'keep off the lawns' sign) but simply because it's more geographically distant from the city centre than any other...More
I totally agree with the below reviews that state it was a fantastic way to enjoy the student experience and stay at a place a third of the price of even basic hotels.
I booked through speedybooker.com and the whole process was quick, easy and...More
1 Thank Harry G
Response from AccomManager, Public Relations Manager at St Hugh's CollegeResponded 19 April 2017
Many thanks Harry G for your positive review. We're glad you had a great experience at our lovely college. Apologies for the issue of the shower - this has since been looked into and rectified. Thank you so much for letting us know.
My room was an absolute disaster. Really. Very very dirty and damaged furniture. Dirty old carpet.Walls badly need fresh paint. Small cramped bathroom with mold everywhere. Super dirty shower drain grid. Refurbishment is badly overdue, and there is no possible justification for offering a room...More
3 Thank Voyager059
Response from AccomManager, Public Relations Manager at St Hugh's CollegeResponded 10 April 2017
Dear Voyager 059,
We are very sorry to hear that you were unhappy with the condition and cleanliness of your room when staying with us recently. We would have done our utmost to offer you an alternative, had you approached us during your stay with...More
For individuals such as myself, who lacked both the intelligence and the determination required to get decent "A"-Level grades, the opportunity to experience the joys of life as an Undergraduate at the oldest University in the English-speaking world would be forever denied to me.