There are many and varied places to stay in Oxford, and though FW doesn't provide accommodation for festival-goers we've gathered some links to local accomodation options below for your convenience.

For hostels try YHA OxfordCentral Backpackers, or Funky Hostels

For budget hotels try Peartree TravelodgeHoliday Inntrivago or for last minute bargains!

For cottages or home rentals in the surrounding area try My Favourite Holiday Cottages or Holiday Lettings

Oxford's local information sites Daily Info and Oxford City Guide have good listings of hotels and B&Bs, and are also a good source of all things Oxford.

If you're brave enough to camp in April try the Camping and Caravanning Club.

Unfortunately we don't have the facility to provide our own campsite.

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