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Guest Lodging at Oxford University

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We (grandparents) will be visiting our GD during this semester at Oxford University. She will be housed at St. Clares, Banbury Rd.,(north of the university grounds) and will take two classes at St, Clares. However, she will also be taking three classes at Blackfriars within the university grounds.

I want to keep our lodging costs low (joke), but still be able to navigate well enough to meet up with her at various locations. There are guest rooms available at most of the colleges, but en suite can cost about 90 pounds, whereas some of the B&Bs outside the university may charge 100 pounds for more comfortable accommodations.

This trip is solely about spending time with her, not the hotel or B&B room, of course. I would like my lodging choice to enable us to move around the area efficiently without a car.

Any guidance?

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