St Hugh’s College is located at St Margaret’s Rd, Oxford OX2 6LE, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with St Hugh’s College and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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5 Google Rating

I love the community this college has to offer. Great formals and socials, plus a beautiful ground t

5/ 5

I love the community this college has to offer. Great formals and socials, plus a beautiful ground that feels like Alice in wonderland. The college also has a wonderful history and even boasts Theresa May as an alumni. St. Hugh's is also one of the biggest college grounds and has plenty of room to grow. Make sure to stop by in the spring for a picnic on the lawn or a game of croquet.

Pranaav Devnani

5 Google Rating

My beautiful college. The most stunning gardens in Oxford.

5/ 5

My beautiful college. The most stunning gardens in Oxford.

Gary Pliskin

5 Google Rating

Great B&B rooms & lovely gardens

5/ 5

Great B&B rooms & lovely gardens

Mike Forbester

5 Google Rating

Lovely place for a visitor to stay outside term-time, sufficiently far enough outside the city centr

5/ 5

Lovely place for a visitor to stay outside term-time, sufficiently far enough outside the city centre to avoid being overrun by other tourists/casual visitors, but only a 15 minute walk away. Would definitely stay here again.

Angelo Welihindha

5 Google Rating

As a place to stay, St. Hugh's is affordable, has lovely gardens, and has a large dining hall. The

5/ 5

As a place to stay, St. Hugh's is affordable, has lovely gardens, and has a large dining hall. The room rates often involve shared bathrooms, which are fairly clean but less convenient than an ensuite bathroom. The only knock against St. Hugh's is that it is a 20 to 30 minute walk to Oxford City Centre, but that's what makes the place cheaper than the alternatives. I suggest getting a bus pass, and using the nearest bus stop (2 min. walk from St. Hugh's Porter's Lodge / main entrance).

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