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Accommodation and Meals

During your course you will stay in high-quality, comfortable rooms, in our sensitively-restored Victorian villas – formerly home to members of the Arts and Crafts Circle and frequented by John Ruskin.

Accommodation

  • The following types of accommodation are available:
  • Single ensuite room
  • Double or twin ensuite room: shared between participants that apply to the programme together.

Facilities

  • Linen, towels and bedding provided
  • Flat-screen television
  • Ensuite bathroom facilities (shower, washbasin, and toilet).
  • WIFI provision
  • Desk and chair
  • Shared kitchenette for the preparation of light meals only
  • Large social space
  • Tea- and coffee-making facilities

Meals and refreshments
The course fee includes breakfast Monday to Saturday, as well as tea and coffee refreshments, lunches, and dinners throughout the week-long stay. All dietary needs can be accommodated.

Breakfast
Range of hot and cold options offered.

Refreshments
Tea, coffee, and biscuits are served during morning refreshment breaks.

Lunch
A two-course self-service lunch is provided.

Dinner
A two-course self-service dinner is provided.

Black-tie Dinner
You will be invited to join the Programme Director and tutors for an Oxford formal dinner at the close of the week. This three-course dinner will include drinks during and after dinner.

Non-residential
There are limited places for non-residential participants in which participants will attend the course and have lunch and dinner at Kellogg College, having arranged their own accommodation elsewhere.

Non-residential participants are encouraged to attend all aspects of the academic and social programme, and they have equal access to Kellogg College as residential participants.