St Ebbes student residence is located in the heart of the city, just a 9 minute walk from the University of Oxford. The city centre location provides a wide variety of shops, cafés and bars on the door step as well attractions such as the Museum of Oxford, Museum of Modern Art and the green open space of Christ Church Meadow.
St Ebbes offers neutral and modern en-suite rooms in an enviable location. The property offers spacious communal lounges, fitted kitchens and laundry facilities on every floor and has been designed with today’s student in mind. St Ebbes is perfect for first and second year students, offering access to great nightlife right on your doorstep.
There are security gates and a CCTV system throughout, creating extra security and offering peace of mind. Cycling is a popular and cost effective way of getting around Oxford, and our onsite bike storage means your bike can be stored safely and securely
Oxford is known as the ‘city of dreaming spires’ in reference to The University of Oxford’s iconic college buildings, which are just a 9 minute walk away. Oxford however has a lot to offer alongside the world-renowned university, rich history and stunning architecture; It is a modern city brimming with bars, cafes, culture and entertainment.
St Ebbes Kitchen is situated inside the Museum of Modern Art less than 2 minutes’ walk away, and offers a selection of seasonal salads, sandwiches and hearty soups as well as a monthly wine list. For something more traditional, you will find the The Bear Inn just a 5 minute walk away. The Bear is the oldest pub in Oxford, and well known for the vast collection of ties that adorn the walls and ceilings. Oxford attracts people from around the world to work and study; creating a diverse and multicultural community and the food reflects this. Head to Moya for modern Slovakian cuisine, La Cucina for an authentic Italian experience or Cous Cous Café for North African small plates.
Around 20,000 people commute into Oxford city centre by bike each day, and cycling is a cost effective, healthy and environmentally friendly way to get around. There are a variety of interesting cycle routes for you to explore the city and beyond. If you’re feeling adventurous, Henley, the Warwickshire Border and The Cotswolds are within reach.
St Ebbes is well served by public transport, and the city’s main bus and train stations are just a 12 minute walk away, so travelling home for the weekend is easy and convenient.