Accommodation

There are several accommodation options around Oxford, depending on how much you’re willing and able to pay.

If you are travelling from a distance you may want to arrive on the Wednesday night, the 2nd.

You will most likely need accommodation on the 3rd, and you may want to have a day in Oxford after the conference, in which case you could stay for the night of the 4th.

We have negotiated deals with the following accommodation providers:

YHA Oxford
£21.00 B&B per person per night in a shared room – you can book a single bed or the whole room for a group.
£49.00 B&B per twin room (that’s £24.00 per person) per night.

You must book direct with the hostel (not online) and quote “Oxford Real Farming Conference 2019” – phone 01865 727 275.

University Rooms
A chance to stay in one of the Oxford colleges!

Keble College has rooms available, ranging from £79 for a single ensuite (including breakfast):
www.keble.ox.ac.uk/bed-breakfast

St Anne’s College has single ensuite rooms (including breakfast) at £76:
http://www.st-annes.ox.ac.uk/conferences-bb/accommodation/bed-breakfast-accommodation

Please note the Colleges will be closed for Christmas from December 14th so make your booking before then.

You can also choose from several other University Rooms. Variable rates depending on the college.
www.universityrooms.com/en/city/oxford/home

AirBnB
A huge range of rooms available, make sure you are a short walk or bus ride from St Aldate’s, where the town hall is located.
www.airbnb.co.uk/s/Oxford?source=bb

Oxford City Guest Houses
If you are interested in staying in a guest house, this is a useful list of options.
www.oxfordcity.co.uk/oxford/home_accommodation_guest_houses_b_b.html

Abodes of Oxford
This is a booking service for B&Bs around Oxford.
www.abodesofoxford.com

Get in touch if you have found other great deals you think we should know about.