Main College Site
Distinctive red brick architecture
The main College site is characterised by the distinctive red brick architecture of the original buildings, first opened in 1870.
It offers a mix of Quad or Street view rooms around four main Quads; Liddon, Pusey, Newman and Hayward. It also offers access to the College Chapel, where the globally renowned Holman-Hunt painting, The Light of the World can be viewed.
Choice of rooms
The College provides a variety of rooms from single street facing rooms with a shared bathroom (for a true student experience) to double en-suite quad facing bedrooms in a private apartment.
The main Keble College site offers a unique experience for guests visiting Oxford either for the first time or as a repeat visitor.
The additional benefit of staying on the main site is that breakfast is served in Keble’s iconic Dining Hall.
Stays at the main Keble College site can be booked in any of the three University vacations, Easter, Summer or Christmas.