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Oxford Hostel

An attractive Victorian house in a conservation area just over 1 mile from the centre of this ancient university city immortalised by Inspector Morse. Attractions include the Pitt Rivers Museum, the Oxford Story and many bookshops. The hostel is particularly popular with international travellers - both individuals and groups throughout the year and is linked by cycle routes to many neighbouring hostels.


Lounge, T.V. room, self-catering kitchen, showers, cycle shed, luggage store, laundry facilities, grounds and camping.

Beds 112
Disabled Facilities No
Drinks License No
Meals Yes, 18.00 hrs - 20.00 hrs
Under 3's No
No Smoking No
High Chairs No
Cots No
Parking Yes


32 Jack Straw's Lane, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX3 0DW
01865 762997
Tourist Information: 01865 726871

Getting There

Hostel is located approx. 1 1/4m along Marston Road from foot of Headington Hill. By road, keep on the ringroad until the Headington roundabout. Take 3rd exit to Headington and London Road, turn right at the White Horse pub, just before mini roundabout turn left into Staunton Road. Continue into Jack Straw's Lane. Hostel on the left.

Ordnance Survey Sheet/Grid Ref: 164/533074


Cityline 13/A/B, 14/A from city centre (Tel: 01865 785400).


Oxford 2 1/2m.

Nearest Other Hostels

Charlbury 15m, Ridgeway 17m, Streatley 19m

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