Guest Houses and B&B Accommodation
OX1 4PA, Oxford, 9 White House Road
White House View is a 10-minute walk from Oxford city centre and offers a garden and bedrooms with free Wi-Fi and Freeview TV. The guest house is located just off Abingdon Road, in quiet and... read more
£ 43.00View Rates
OX4 2DU, Oxford, 128 Oxford Road, Cowley
The Oxford House features rooms with free WiFi in Oxford, attractively located 1.9 km from Greyfriars. Located around 3.6 km from University of Oxford, the guest house is also 2 km away from St Stephen's... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
OX2 7ED, Oxford, 302 Banbury Rd
Adams Guest House is a family-run bed and breakfast located in the residential area of Summertown, near the local shops. 24-hour front desk, free Wi-Fi and free parking are available. Adams Guest House is a... read more
£ 52.00View Rates
OX4 4AG, Oxford, 307 Iffley Road
Providing a garden and a shared lounge, Harris Guest Accommodation is located in Oxford, not far from Greyfriars and St Stephen's House. Free WiFi is provided. The bed and breakfast offers a flat-screen TV and... read more
£ 52.85View Rates
OX4 1XQ, Oxford, 255 Cowley Road
In East Oxford, this friendly, family-run guest house offers comfortable en suite accommodation at good value rates in well-equipped rooms, all with TV, DVD player, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. The Athena Guest House is... read more
£ 53.00View Rates
OX4 4AA, Oxford, 283 Iffley Road
Providing free WiFi, Iffley Town House is set in Oxford, within 2.3 km of University of Oxford. Built in 1920, the property is within a 7-minute walk of Greyfriars. St Stephen's House is 900 metres... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
OX1 4TE, Oxford, 326 Abingdon Road
Dating back to 1914, the Edwardian Green Gables Guest House offers free Wi-Fi throughout and free onsite parking. Situated to the south of the historic city of Oxford, this elegant house is just over 1... read more
£ 59.00View Rates
OX5 1BF, Oxford, 249 Banbury Road Kidlington
The Highwayman Hotel is located to the north of Kidlington, 9.6 km from Oxford, while Blenheim Palace is 4.8 km away. All rooms have a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Every room has a... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
OX2 7PL, Oxford, 363 Banbury Road
This 4-star, Cotswold stone guest house is situated in the green suburbs of North Oxford. Just ten minutes’ drive from Oxford city centre, Cotswold House offers spacious, traditionally furnished rooms. All rooms at Cotswold House... read more
£ 62.51View Rates
OX3 9EG, Oxford, 228 London Road
A 15-minute drive from the centre of the city, Oxford Guest House provides stylish accommodation in Headington. With a bus route into Oxford stopping just a few metres away, this guest house provides modern en... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
OX4 4AG, Oxford, 315 Iffley Road
The family-run Balkan Lodge Oxford offers comfortable, clean and spacious en suite rooms, free Wi-Fi and an on-site bar. The hotel is a 30-minute walk or 10-minute taxi/bus ride from the city-centre universities, shopping, museums... read more
£ 72.20View Rates
OX1 4PX, Oxford, 106-110 Abingdon Road
Overlooking the Queen’s College sports grounds, the Sportsview Guest House offers free on-site parking. Free Wi-Fi is available and Oxford’s River Isis is just a 5-minute walk away. Rooms at this terraced Victorian guest house... read more
£ 76.00View Rates
OX2 6LD, Oxford, 41 St Margarets Road
St Margaret’s Hotel offers high-quality accommodation just 5 minutes’ drive from the historic centre of Oxford. With free Wi-Fi throughout and private parking on site, this guest house lies on the edge of the University... read more
£ 84.58View Rates
OX2 6JU, Oxford, 100 Banbury Road
In a beautiful tree-lined residential area, Parklands offers 4-star bed and breakfast accommodation, within 1 mile of St Giles and 20 minutes' walk from Oxford. With free onsite parking, the property is situated along a... read more
£ 85.00View Rates
OX1 2AE, Oxford, 24-26 George Street
Situated in the heart of Oxford city centre, The Bocardo is a boutique-style luxury accommodation in the shopping district of George Street, and directly above a Jamie Oliver restaurant. Each fully air-conditioned room at The... read more
£ 86.25View Rates
OX1 4PX, Oxford, 88/90 Abingdon Road
Recently refurbished, The Oxford Townhouse bed & breakfast offers accommodation located within a 10-minute walk of Oxford city centre, and half a mile from Christ Church Meadow Walk. Free parking and WiFi are available. The... read more
£ 95.00View Rates
OX1 4PL, Oxford, 82/84 Abingdon Road Oxford
Located 700 metres from Oxford's historical city centre, Newton House Guesthouse offers bed and breakfast accommodation with free WiFi access throughout and on-site private parking free of charge. The River Thames and the Christ Church... read more
OX2 7PP, Oxford, 374 Banbury Road
This renovated Victorian merchant's house, dating from 1889, is situated in Oxford, just 3 km from University of Oxford. This 12-room bed and breakfast feature on-site free car parking facilities and landscaped gardens. All the... read more
OX3 7RE, Oxford, 25 London Road
Situated just off the A40, this picturesque Tudor house offers 4-star accommodation just a 10-minute drive from Oxford city centre. Oxford Brookes University is a short walk away. Each room at The Dial House is... read more
OX3 7RE, Oxford, 23 London Road, Headington
Red Mullions is a welcoming family-run guest house in Headington, excellently located for the many hospitals in Headington and the Oxford Brookes University. Central Oxford is a 10-minute drive away. All rooms except one have... read more
£ 100.00View Rates
Oxford City Centre – Experience the dreaming spires for yourself
Alongside Cambridge, Oxford is home to one of the oldest and most world famous universities in Britain. There is so much to see in the city centre here, from the fascinating Ashmolean and Pitt Rivers Museums to the historic colleges and the quirky, independent cafes.
Staying for the night at one of the cheap b&b’s or guest houses in this city is a fantastic way to explore all that it has to offer. Or, choose overnight accommodation in view of a magnificent college so that you can enjoy a great view when you wake up. If you are entering or leaving the city by railway, you will be pleased to hear that the train station is a short walk from the centre of town. But you can always choose family rooms next door to the train station if you want to make the most of the convenience that this offers.
Accommodation in the center of town will also enable you to engage with the wonderful countryside nearby. The stunning town of Stratford Upon Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare, is just a short drive away, as are historic Cotswold towns like Cirencester. You can also take advantage of the city’s railway links and hop on a train to Stratford, London, or the South West from Oxford train station.
With its mystic spires, stunning architecture, inspiring student theatres, and creative, studious atmosphere, this is one of the UK’s most enlivening cities to visit.
Why visit Oxford ? Why choose a bed and breakfast here
There is plenty for the tourist to do. Don’t miss a visit to Magdalen College, considered one of the most beautiful, and Christchurch College. Nearby is Hertford College and the Bridge of Sighs. Shop till you drop at the many fashion boutiques and international brands stores at High Street, Clarendon and Westgate shopping centres.
This city is home to some unique sights, that are perfect for whiling away an afternoon with your family, your partner, or some friends. The Sheldonian Theatre, for example, is a beautiful edifice and a brilliant location for catching a concert or a play.
Visit the Pitt Rivers museum to experience some exciting natural historical exhibits and the Ashmolean to enjoy an unrivalled selection of art works throughout the centuries. The Ashmolean Museum is also a great place to come if you want to see some treasures from the ancient world, like Egyptian artefacts. On the top floor of this museum, there is also a rooftop restaurant, which is open at the weekend and enables you to see a panoramic view of the city.
The city centre is home to some fantastic restaurants and cafes, whilst the Covered Market is ideal for shopping for clothing, art, and fresh food.
Warm and friendly B&B’s and Guest Houses are set Victorian town houses. Some offer splendid views of the college boathouses or are just a short walk from George Street’s many restaurants, New Theatre and cinema and the Ashmolean Museum. Ship Street Conference Centre, Bodleian Library and Oxford Castle is nearby.
For Families – With Family Rooms
Find your b&b with family rooms
Only a few guest houses offer family rooms to accommodate your whole family. One of our favorite family friendly properties is 4 star Marlborough House Hotel – B&B. This property is situated near by Oxford city centre ( 1.5 miles north ), easily accessible from the M40 (junctions 8 and 9) and the A34. The family room has 1 double bed and 2 single (twin) beds, and the room is for a family of 4 to 5 people.
Another very popular family friendly accommodation is 3 star Athena. This privately owned bed & breakfast is located in East Oxford, conveniently for the Nuffield, Churchill and John Radcliffe Hospitals. This lodging facility offers comfortable en suite accommodation at good value rates. A selection of twin, double, triple and family rooms is available. Family rooms has 1 double bed and 2 single beds.
Bed and Breakfast near Oxford Train Station
Main railway station ?
The city’s primary train station is located at Park End Street. From here trains arrive and depart to various destinations across Britain. The railway station is a 10 minute walk from the city centre.
Location – Where is
Where is Oxford ?
Thisa lively medium-sized city is located in southern central England, about 60 miles north-west of Central London.
- Silverstone Racing Circuit Northamptonshire — 25 miles
- Swindon Wiltshire — 26 miles
- Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire — 28 miles
- Luton International Airport — 36 miles
The nearest airport at Kidlington is a small airport and has only a very few scheduled domestic or international flights.
It’s better to fly to one of London’s main airports. The city is connected by regular coach services with Heathrow, Stansted, Luton and Gatwick airports. Birmingham International Airport is another option.
Must See Tourist Attractions and Sights when staying for one night
The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
(Beaumont Street, OX1 2PH, England)
Oxford University’s Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology is one of the oldest public museums in the world. The collection includes displays of eastern archaeology and a superb exhibition of paintings.
Pitt Rivers Museum
(South Parks Rd, OX1 3PP England UK)
Brilliant museum displaying amazing artefacts from all over the world. Great fun, also for smaller children.
Christ Church College
(St. Aldate’s Sreet, Oxfordshire OX1 1DP, United Kingdom)
Christ Church college is home to an attractive Chapel and Cathedral. The stain glass windows in the Cathedral were stunning ranging from medieval to Burne Jones. Harry Potter fans must visit the dining hall.
University Museum of Natural History
(Parks Road, Oxfordshire OX1 3PW, England UK)
Friendly museum, set in a Victorian-style building. Interesting exhibits.