The purpose of this page is to provide you with guidance on how to find short term rentals in Oxford, UK. Each apartment and private room listed here are owned by a local citizen of Oxford. To rent a temporary accommodation, just click on the SEARCH button on the left side.
More Information About Apartments in Oxford
You can find and book self-catering apartments or even entire houses that are available in Oxford through this page. If you are coming for some academic reasons, you can stay in a private room in one of local apartments. Rates of such accommodations are affordable, so many students prefer them over other types of private rentals. If you want to spend city break or a holiday in Oxford you can find a flat in the heart of the city to get a better view of all important things. All temporary rentals in Oxford that you can find here are fully furnished. If you need more space and several bedrooms, then consider to lease a bigger house. Many of shorts stays that can accommodate larger groups of people are available. You should make an online booking before you arrive.
Holiday apartments are located all over the Oxford. Some rentals with double rooms are near the train station. Some great flats and private rooms are near the South Park in the Saint Clement’s Street. Near Walton Street and Kingston Road you can also find many cozy homes and rooms for a few days. In case that you prefer quiet neighborhoods you should take a look on affordable short lets in the North Hinksey and Botley areas. So the list we have contain privately owned rentals in all parts of Oxford which can be great for every visitor.
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More Info About Oxford
Located on the rivers Thames (Isis) and Cherwell, the city of Oxford is the oldest university city of United Kingdom. About 50 miles away from the capital, London, Oxford in its own county, Oxfordshire, has long represented the symbol for English academic establishment along with another elite institution, Cambridge. The vicious combination of picturesque medieval and renaissance architecture and a vibrant modern lifestyle makes this city a great place for tourists, especially international tourists. Unlike other universities, Oxford doesn’t have any such campus; rather it is spread throughout the city of Oxford. The most interesting tourist attraction in this town is those buildings which have long since been the seat of excellence in academics. Just go around and enjoy the city.
Things You Must Not Miss To Visit in Oxford
The nearest international airport to Oxford is London and Birmingham, though international tourists do prefer London as their transit. It is just an hour’s journey from London. To have a perfect look at the city of Oxford and to drench in its history and legacy, you must take a walk around the town. Guided tours are available or you can take one of those tourist information maps to get around. Must-see list includes Bodleian Library, Radcliffe Camera, Hertford Bridge, University Church of St. Mary the Virgin, and all those colleges. You must not miss out on those museums in Oxford, where you can find all those artifacts of academic excellence from past and present, related to Oxford. There are a few great theatres, which can be a good way to spend your days and evenings here in Oxford. A city with its own legacy, Oxford attracts people from all over the world throughout the year.