The conference will be held at Examination Schools, 75 – 81 High St, Oxford OX1 4BG.
The venue is located in the city centre with good links to public transport.
The University of Oxford is made up of over 30 colleges, many of which rent out rooms during vacations. These are a cost effective option for accommodation in the city centre. Rooms in colleges can be booked online through https://conference-oxford.com/bb-self-catering OR https://www.universityrooms.com.
The Central Backpackers hostel (https://www.centralbackpackers.co.uk) is located in the city centre close to both the Gloucester Green bus station and Oxford railway station.
There are a number of budget hotels in Oxford, including:
- A Premier Inn in the city centre (Oxford City Centre (Westgate)) within walking distance of the venue (https://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/home.html).
- An Easy Hotel in Summertown which is a c.30 minute walk or a short bus ride from the city centre (https://www.easyhotel.com/hotels/united-kingdom/oxford).
- Premier Inns on the outskirts of the city (Oxford Botley and Oxford Cowley) a short bus ride from the city centre (https://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/home.html).
- Travelodges on the outskirts of the city (Oxford Abingdon Road and Oxford Pear Tree) a short bus ride from the city centre (https://www.travelodge.co.uk/uk/oxfordshire/oxford/index.html).
As ever, hotels further away from the city centre are often cheaper. A slightly left field choice might be the Premier Inn at Oxford Kidlington Airport (https://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/home.html) which is much cheaper than the other Premier Inns in Oxford and has a regular bus connection that takes less than 30 minutes to get into the city centre (a daily bus pass costs c.£5.30).
See the Travel page for more details on local buses (https://2022.caaconference.org/travel/).
If you fancy something a little different, there is a boutique hotel in a former prison close to Oxford Castle and within walking distance of the conference venue (https://www.malmaison.com/locations/oxford/).