We weren’t sure what to expect from student rooms, at £65 a night, B & B in centre of Oxford. But it was fantastic, and one of the highlights of the trip.
Keble is very atmospheric and grand, with striking red and yellow brick-work and the chapel is home to Holman Hunt’s hauntingly beautiful Light of the World.
The rooms (we paid a bit extra to overlook the quad) are peaceful, comfortable and clean, with en-suite bathrooms and tea making facilities (I came prepared with a travel kettle but no need – extra tea bags came in handy though).
Taking breakfast in the in the huge dining hall is a brilliant way to start the day and is very good. There are a choice of teas, served in cup with Keble collage badge and the setting is unbeatable.
|Price of a Cuppa :||Tea making facilities in room. Choice of tea at breakfast|
|Leaf or Bag :||Bag|
|Crockery :||Cup with Keble Crest|
|Service :||Table service by students|
|Kitty says:||Atmospheric and peaceful place to stay, very central, a bargain|
|Address:||Keble College Oxford OX1 3PG|
|Website:||University Rooms or Keble College Bed and Breakfast|