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Visiting Oxford

Travelling to St Hugh's College

St Hugh’s College is located to the north of central Oxford between Canterbury and St Margaret's Roads, about 20 minutes' walk from the centre of Oxford. The College Lodge is situated on St Margaret's Road, Oxford OX2 6LE.

Arrival by road

A limited amount of parking is available at the College for visitors. Please check with the porters before leaving your car. There are also parking spaces available on St Margaret’s Road near the College gates. Alternatively the park and ride facilities on the ring road offer an easy bus ride to the College.

Arrival by rail

Oxford Station is to the west of the city centre at the end of Park End Street. Regular InterCity trains running between Birmingham and London stop at Oxford station as well as regional trains. For up to date times and booking information visit The Trainline.

Arrival by air

All four major London airports (Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton and Stanstead) are conveniently accessible from Oxford, with Heathrow and Gatwick proving to be the most popular and convenient ones. Birmingham International Airport provides another alternative, and a direct train runs from Birmingham airport to Oxford. An excellent bus service is available from Gatwick and Heathrow direct to Oxford.

From London

There are regular 24 hour coach services between London and Oxford and both Heathrow and Gatwick airports. They run approximately every 20 minutes during the day and the journey is about 90 minutes. For more information visit The Oxford Tube and Oxford Bus Company sites.

Tourist Information

Conference delegates may like to spend some time visiting Oxford and Oxfordshire. Oxford is a scenic, historic and vibrant city. A number of local websites provide up to date information for visitors:

www.visitoxfordandoxfordshire.com
www.dailyinfo.co.uk