Accommodation costs are not included in the registration fees. Participants must arrange their own accommodation. Below are suggestions for transportation and accommodation.
There are three major airports within 90 minutes of Oxford; London Heathrow, Gatwick and Birmingham International, all well served by direct coach connections to Oxford. Heathrow is the closest major airport to Oxford.
Bed and Breakfast at Somerville – Somerville offers single occupancy rooms, either ensuite or with shared bathrooms. All rooms include:
For more options visit the Conference Oxford or the University Rooms websites. Oxford Colleges offer accommodation on an individual basis, providing a unique opportunity to stay in an historic Oxford college room, eat in the college hall and wander through the college's gardens. These centrally-located rooms start at £50.Check availability and book online on the Conference Oxford website.
Below is a selection of websites that give further information about places to stay in Oxford. All are within walking or city bus distance from our Symposium site. City bus service is excellent. The Oxford Bus Company and Stagecoach run full services of local buses around Oxford and surrounding towns.
(We do not recommend taxis; many Oxford streets are one-way and taxi fares may be excessive.)
Click on the link for additional accommodations and distances from St John's College.
Another valuable source of information is the official tourism guide to Oxfordshire.
Keep in mind that fees change, and it helps to book long in advance.
Participants are responsible for contacting the accommodation providers. Please note also that this information is for the benefit of the participants only. We have no association with any of these organisations or websites.
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