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2 BOTLEY ROAD , OXFORD, OX2 0AB
Make your base right in the heart of the lively and historical city of Oxford with this modern, centrally located and welcoming hostel.

Stay right in the middle of this historic, vibrant and active university City. YHA Oxford is a modern purpose-built property next to the train station. Visit all the famous Oxford colleges, the Ashmolean Museum, or take a trip to Bleinheim Palace. Enjoy great food in our licensed restaurant or relax in our sunny garden with a latte and a cake from the café bar.

We are now offering free Wi-Fi to everyone!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
- We do not charge an additional temporary membership fee. Discounts are not available for members of YHA (England & Wales) or IYHF as part of this booking.

- You will need to bring ID to check-in to the hostel. Please bring a Passport / EU ID Card / Driving Licence / Student Card to show us on arrival.

- All bookings made via Laterooms for more than 16 people will be cancelled. Bookings can be made for up to 14 nights only. Please contact us directly to make group bookings or enquire about longer stays.
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By car. Follow Oxford ring road towards the west of the city. Take A420 (Botley) turn off, then follow signs to train station / city centre. YHA is located just before the railway bridge on your left. Please note there is no dedicated parking, but staff can direct you to the city Park-and-Ride, 5 minutes away.

Railway:

Oxford

Radley

Islip

Culham

Attractions:

Oxford Ice Rink

Oxford Castle

Oxford Castle Unlocked

Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology