College accommodation

We have reserved a limited number of rooms for conference delegates at nearby St Anne’s College on the nights of the 8, 9 and 10 January.  The cost for a single ensuite room including breakfast is £75.00 per night.

Rooms are situated in the Claire Palley, Trenaman House and Ruth Deech Buildings which are on the main site. Each room contains a hospitality tray, toiletries and towels. Rooms are serviced by the Housekeeping staff on a daily basis between 10.00am and 12 noon. Ground floor rooms are available in all blocks.


Set in acres of leafy grounds, St Anne’s is a ten-minute walk from the city centre and is ideally situated for you to enjoy the culinary delights of numerous bars and restaurants a short walk away.

Room facilities

  • Linen and towels provided
  • Breakfast included
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Ensuite bathroom
  • Internet Wi-Fi

To book accommodation, please follow the link below.  You will then need to select the dates of your stay and enter the promotional code HISTORY16330 before checking availability and proceeding with your booking.

Getting to St Annes

St Anne’s College
Woodstock Road
Oxford, OX2 6HS

Tel: +44 (0)1865 274800
Fax: +44 (0)1865 274899


Please note there is no parking available at St Anne’s college and there is limited on-street, metered parking in the area.  There are five park-and-rides available on the outskirts of Oxford all of which are clearly sign-posted, linked to the centre of the city by regular bus services, and open 24 hours per day (bus services run between 6am and 11pm).  Conference delegates are advised to use the park-and-ride facilities at Pear Tree (postcode OX2 8JD).  Located to the north of the city, this site can be accessed from the A40 (from Witney and Cheltenham), A4260 (from Kidlington), A34 (from Banbury, Bicester and Northampton) and the M40.  

Alternative accommodation

If you wish to arrange accommodation elsewhere in Oxford, the following is a list of hotels in Central Oxford/near to the conference venue. The most expensive options are indicated with a £.  You may also find it useful to look at the list on the Visit Oxford site.