Saïd Business School - Egrove Park
Bed & Breakfast accommodation - comfortable and affordable alternative to a hotel
Reference | SBBEP01
Distance to Oxford City Centre | 2 miles
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Egrove Park – bed & breakfast accommodation
A hot buffet breakfast is provided in the Nautilus dining room located in the main building. Breakfast is available from 7:45am- 9:00am. There is a wide selection of both hot and cold options to choose from.
As Egrove Park is part of Oxford University, the licensing restrictions mean we cannot sell alcohol to the general public and therefore cannot offer bar facilities on site to B&B guests. We also cannot offer dining facilities. The nearest cafes, restaurants and bars are in the city centre which is approximately 2 miles away.
The extensive grounds set in 37acres of rural parkland are the perfect setting for a relaxing walk or invigorating jog. Muntjac deer and other wildlife can be regularly seen in the wooded areas.
Bedrooms have complimentary Wi-Fi network (The Cloud). Information can be found on your ‘Welcome’ letter issued by the reception staff upon check-in.
There is a luggage store if your arrival time is before 2.00pm and your bedroom is not available.
Rooms are serviced between 10.00am and 12.00 noon. No service outside these times, however, fresh towels will be left outside the door.
From £79 per night
- 63 executive style bedrooms
- Hot / cold buffet breakfast
- 37 acres of rural parkland to discover
- Ample free car parking on site
- Complimentary super fast WiFi
- 2 miles from Oxford centre city
- 01865 288846
- Egrove Park,
- General Enquiries
Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.
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Egrove Park is Saïd Business School’s purpose-built executive education centre and business meeting venue in a parkland setting. There are a wide variety of rooms, from the Clifford Barclay lecture theatre seating up to 64 delegates to a selection of flexible classrooms and sixteen syndicate rooms most of which seat six to ten delegates.