Live, eat and dream the Oxford experience

KEBLE College is steeped in history with its distinctive neo-gothic, red-brick buildings, and it is where Oxford 2022 will be based, offering quality accommodation to conference delegates.

The college is adjacent to the University Parks, between the Science Area and the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter. The main libraries are close by, and the city centre is five minutes’ walk away.

The cost of bed and breakfast accommodation is £85 per night for a single en-suite room, and £115 for a double en-suite room.

If you want five-star hotel accommodation, then feel free to pay the Oxford prices. However, Keble College is offering excellent accommodation in a unique setting at a very good price.

With a choice of rooms overlooking historic quads and taking breakfast in the magnificent gothic dining hall, there can be no better way to immerse yourself in the city of dreaming spires.

Keble College has held over 100 rooms for delegates attending Oxford 2022 until Thursday, December 23rd 2021.

You can book your accommodation by logging onto: and use the code ROTARY22.

The Saturday evening St Patrick’s Day dinner will be taking place at Keble College – so if you are staying at the college, no need to find a designated driver!

There is some street parking around Keble College, though we would recommend the use of Oxford’s Park & Ride system, public transport and taxis.

The King’s Centre, where the conference plenary sessions are taking place, is just over a mile away – a brisk 20-minute walk through the city centre. There is a bus from Keble to Oxford Station and a short walk to the King’s Centre. It is also a nine-minute taxi ride.

There will be a coach running from the King’s Centre, taking delegates attending to the Friday evening dinner theatre at Exeter Hall, and then afterwards back via Keble College, Oxford train station and the King’s Centre.

Similarly, on Saturday evening, there will be a coach leaving the King’s Centre at around 5.30pm taking delegates to Keble College, and then returning to the King’s Centre, via Oxford train station at around 11pm.