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Accommodation Near Begbroke Science Park

Begbroke Science Park, also known as Oxford University Science Park, is located in the countryside just north of Oxford. The park is about 20 minutes’ drive to Oxford city centre, and under 10 minutes to both Kidlington and Woodstock. The site is owned by the University of Oxford and also provides conference facilities for up to 200 delegates. We have a range of accommodation close to Begbroke Science Park – So whether you are looking for a comfortable alternative to a hotel, short term accommodation when attending a conference, or an extended stay for a few weeks or months, we have a selection of properties to suit your needs.

We also have a range of accommodation for short or extended stays across the whole of Oxford, please click here to find out more, or take a look at all of our properties. If you have a chance to take some time away from work to explore Oxford city during your stay, our area guide (with cultural attractions, things to do, recommended restaurants and so on) and blog may give you some inspiration! You may also find our Woodstock guide helpful.

If you would like to discuss options for corporate stays near Begbroke Science Park, please do get in touch with us. Our team are keen to help you with your search.

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