Accommodation

The Queen's College - Carrodus Building

There are a limited number of en-suite bedrooms available at the Carrodus Building at The Queen's College. Carrodus Quad is located to the east of Front Quad. Access is from Queen's Lane, which is out the main College entrance and along the High Street. All rooms are refurbished with solid oak floors, doors and furniture; there are soft furnishings throughout that bear the College coat of arms. Bedrooms overlook the High Street, the quad and Queen’s Lane.

**IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE READ BEFORE BOOKING**

Enter the code QUANTUM2020 to view and book the available rooms.

PLEASE NOTE: Accommodation bookings will close on 17th December. Please ensure you book your accommodation before then if you wish to stay at Queens College.

If you wish to book 2 nights:
Bed and breakfast is only available on 5th January, not on 6th January, and thus a night stay on the respective dates come at two different prices - B&B (£68.80 for the night) and Room only (£57.34 for the night). If you wish to book two nights, please select one night at a time when entering your dates for your stay. For example (as shown below):

when entering ‘Dates’, delegates will need to select 1 night at a time, i.e.

Check in: 5 January 2020
Check out: 6 January 2020
Select the B&B room, add to basket

Then book for the second night:

Check in: 6 January 2020
Check out: 7 January 2020
Select room only, add to basket

Then proceed to pay for total in basket.

Do not select 5 January to 7 January in the dates section, because no availability will show. 

Check in is from 2:00pm, and check out is by 10:00am. There is luggage storage available and WiFi access will be provided.Breakfast is served in the historic Dining Hall in the main College. If you do require it, please use the Queen's College Site Map and the College Evacuation Site Map.

To make your reservation, please visit their website.

Getting to the college

The M40, M4 and A34 provide easy access by car from London, leaving the M40 at Junction 8. The M40 links Birmingham to Oxford from the north, leaving at Junction 9. There is no parking available at the College due to it's central location on the High Street. The city’s Park and Ride service is the easiest way to get into Oxford by car. There are five park and ride sites located around Oxford's ring road, with regular bus services to the city centre, #400 stops outside the entrance to the College.

You can walk to the College from the station in approximately 20 minutes, or take a bus or taxi.





Key dates

Abstract submission deadline [EXTENDED]:

10 December 19

Early registration deadline:

16 December 19

Accommodation deadline:

17 December 19

Registration deadline:

2 January 20


   

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