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The Oxford Lodge

Discover the charm of Oxford with a stay at The Oxford Lodge, a boutique townhouse nestled in the heart of the city. Boasting six tastefully designed en suite double rooms and a spacious living-dining-kitchen area ideal for both relaxation and collaborative work, this accommodation is perfect for short stays.

Guests can choose to book the entire home or opt for individual rooms, accommodating up to six guests in single occupancy or 12 in shared arrangements. Each room is equipped with a digital lock for enhanced security and peace of mind.

Whether you’re visiting Oxford for business or leisure, The Oxford Lodge offers an unparalleled experience. With high-speed WIFI accessible throughout the premises, including the communal areas and private garden, staying connected has never been easier.

Conveniently located just a 10-minute stroll from the city centre, The Oxford Lodge provides easy access to Oxford Railway Station, the prestigious Saïd Business School, and various departments and colleges of Oxford University.

Experience the convenience and comfort of The Oxford Lodge for your next Oxford getaway. Please click here to read reviews of The Oxford Lodge.

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