Enjoy a real Oxford experience in the heart of the city.
Lincoln College, situated in the heart of the city, is one of Oxford’s most attractive and intimate medieval colleges. Warmly welcoming visitors during the holiday period. Bedrooms are situated on Turl Street, just opposite the main College entrance. All rooms come equipped with bed linen, towels and tea-and-coffee making facilities.
Rooms are serviced daily by your Scout (Housekeeping). The rooms are primarily student study-bedrooms, and whilst not being of hotel standard, they will be clean and comfortable for your stay. The Cloud Wifi available only.
History to the present day
Lincoln College was founded in 1427 by Richard Fleming, the Bishop of Lincoln. Lincoln's architecture is medieval stone and, unlike other Colleges, there is no modern annexe to distract from the 15th-century atmosphere. The library is located in the All Saints Church, an 18th-century church given to Lincoln in 1971. The Church tower gives a notable contribution to Oxford's skyline of Dreaming Spires. Lincoln was among the first of Oxford's Colleges to admit women students in the late 1970s. Lincoln's most distinguished Fellow was John Wesley, a Methodist reformer appointed in 1726. Other notable alumni include Edward Thomas, John Radcliffe, Lord Florey, John Le Carre and Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss).
Food and Drinks
Breakfast is not provided, however tea and coffee-making facilities are provided in each room and there are numerous cafés, restaurants and bars within easy walking distance.
Please refer to the room title when booking.
Grounds and gardens
All guests, regardless of which Lincoln accommodation you are staying in, are welcome to visit the College. The main site is built around three quads: Front Quad, Chapel Quad, and the Grove. Guests are invited to visit the College Chapel - Jacobean Gothic in style, the Chapel's windows feature painted glass by artist Abraham van Linge, the most important glass painter of 17th-century England.
Toiletries are provided in each room and hairdryers and irons may be borrowed from the Porters' Lodge.
Free broadband access (wifi)
Museums (walking distance)
Recommended restaurants (walking distance)
Theatre (walking distance)
Address: Lincoln College, Turl Street, Oxford, OX1 3DR, United Kingdom
Check-in: From 2.00pm. Check-out: Before 10.00am.
On arrival please report to the Porters' Lodge where you will be given your keys and directed to your room. The Lodge is staffed 24 hours a day, and it is possible to leave your luggage should you arrive before your accommodation is ready.
After 8pm the front gate may be shut. If this is so the Lodge gate is situated opposite the Oxfam bookshop on Turl Street. Please just ring the bell and the Duty Porter will welcome you.
For guests who have booked the Museum Road room type please ensure you refer to the Museum Road Lodge (OX1 3PX) to check in.
Lincoln is a 10 - 15 minute walk from the train station, and a 5 - 10 minute walk from the bus station. Turl Street can be accessed from both the High Street and Broad Street.
Due to Lincoln's very central location, we are unable to offer parking