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Accommodation Near Oxford Brookes University

Oxford Brookes University has has three main campuses in Oxford, and is one of the leading modern universities in the UK. Campuses are located in at Headington, Harcourt Hill and Wheatley. If you are looking for corporate accommodation for Oxford Brookes University, we have a range of options, with properties near to each campus . Whether looking for an alternative to a hotel, short term corporate accommodation when attending an event at Oxford Brookes University, we have a selection of properties to suit your needs. Our homes are also ideal if you a visiting a relative who is studying at the University.

We have a range of corporate accommodation for short or extended stays across Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds and Leamington Spa, so do take a look at all of our properties. If you have a chance to take some time to explore Oxford city during your stay, our area guide, with cultural attractions, things to do, recommended restaurants and so on, is a great resource. In addition, our blog may give you some inspiration!

If you would like to discuss options for corporate stays for Oxford University, please do get in touch with us and we’d be delighted to help you with your search.

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