Established in 1379, New College was the first in Oxford for undergraduates and is a fine example of the glorious Perpendicular Gothic...
Bridge of Sighs
As you stroll along New College Lane, look up at the steeped Bridge of Sighs linking the two halves of Hertford College. Completed in...
St Edmund Hall
St Edmund Hall (‘Teddy Hall’ to residents) was founded sometime before 1317 and is the sole survivor of the original medieval halls, the...
Squeezed down a narrow alleyway, this tiny medieval pub (from at least 1381) is one of Oxford’s best loved. It’s where US president Bill...
15 Holywell St · interesting places nearby
The queue out the door speaks volumes about the food quality at this tiny, deliciously authentic place. All light wood, dainty trays and friendly bustle, this is Oxford’s top spot for gracefully simple, flavour-packed Japanese cuisine. Dishes include fragrant chicken-miso ramen, tofu stir-fry and, on Thursday night, sushi. No bookings; arrive early and be prepared to wait. Cash only at lunch.