Located right in the centre of Oxford, Cambridge Terrace lies a 10 minute stroll from Oxford Business School, and the University of Oxford is a leisurely 20 minute walk. If you want to explore the surrounding area, Oxford rail station is only a 10 minute walk. You’ll be living close to the dreaming spires and all that this historic city has to offer.
Cambridge Terrace is a stylishly modern building which has been refurbished to the highest standards, and offers university students 34 studio apartments and two two-bedroom flats. Your studio apartment has a large, comfortable bed, integrated kitchen appliances, TV, a study area, plenty of storage space and a modern en-suite bathroom. Free 100Mbps WiFi is available throughout the building.
Studio apartments give you privacy and independence, but when you want to socialise and meet up with friends you can use the common room which is shared by the whole property. The common room area has a large TV with Freeview and a communal kitchen area for catching up with friends over a coffee.
An on-site dedicated hospitality team are available to assist you with any queries you may have, and you’ll feel safe knowing CCTV cameras are monitoring the property and there’s a secure key fob door entry system.
As one of the premier university cities in the world, Oxford is a very special place to live while you study. Cambridge Terrace places you at the heart of the city and within easy reach of the excellent transport links - Oxford train station is just a short 15 minute walk from Cambridge Terrace where you can jump on the train to London for the day.
Oxford has a huge range of shops from big high street names to funky vintage boutiques, and there’s an excellent covered market.
Eating out offers a huge choice from Oxford’s popular cafe scene to top end restaurant cuisine from around the world. If you prefer to cook yourself, then Oxford’s regular farmer’s markets will provide all the top quality produce you’ll need to conjure up a delicious meal.Oxford’s nightlife is as exciting as it is varied. There is a wide selection of bars, clubs, pubs, cinemas and theatres, so your nights out will always be memorable. For clubbing, you can find popular student clubs Ocean and Collins, or Lava and Ignite.
Few cities rival Oxford for historical or cultural venues. The Ashmolean is a must, while the Oxford University of Natural History is fascinating, and the Pitt Rivers Museum is one of Oxford’s most popular attractions.
Oxford is one of the country’s greenest cities with numerous opportunities to find a quiet haven of tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of the crowds. If you enjoy sports Oxford has superb facilities, from athletics tracks to skate parks, and not forgetting the ubiquitous cycle lanes which abound around the city.
Cambridge Terrace provides university students with the best location from which to enjoy Oxford’s history, culture and spectacle. This is student living in Oxford at its very best.