Oxford is one of the world's most iconic cities, and it's useful to know some of the basics before arriving!
1. Don’t ask where ‘the university’ is. Oxford University doesn’t have a single campus – it’s spread all over the city and consists of 38 separate independent colleges and hundreds of faculty and department buildings. This is one of the things that makes Oxford – and Cambridge – so special.
Check our recommendations if you are planning to eat out in Woodstock. Woodstock boasts a wide variety of restaurants and cafes, from good value pub food to exquisite fine dining at the Feathers Hotel.
Oxford boasts some of the best language schools in the UK and is an inspiring destination to come to stay and learn English. Whether you come to Oxford to learn English for a few weeks or many months, you will be surrounded by the ancient University and immersed into an atmosphere of academic excellence.
Jericho is a popular enclave of Oxford just to the north of the city centre with a unique and bohemian vibe. Jericho boasts a wide range of cafes, pubs and restaurants from fine dining to take away fish and chips. Here is a small selection of Short Let Space favourites.