Brasenose College, Oxford - Facilities
Brasenose College was founded in 1509 by William Smyth, the Bishop of Lincoln and Richard Sutton. The name ‘Brasenose’ relates to an ancient door knocker, which now hangs in the Hall.The College is adjacent to the Bodleian Library and the Sheldonian Theatre and overlooks Radcliffe Square.
Overall the College has many individual study bedrooms available for conference use. These ranging from rooms in the historic College through to modern, accommodation in our Frewin Annexe, which is situated in the middle of Oxford.
Brasenose can cater for all types of conference. All bedrooms contain wash basins and have access to all facilities. As well as a variety of study bedrooms, Brasenose has various meeting rooms suitable for conferences. Different meeting rooms cater for groups of 10 to 100 people. All lecture rooms are equipped and can be customised to meet the needs of your particular group. We have dedicated and approachable staff who are on hand to provide any assistance needed and make you welcome.
The College offers a variety of catering options ranging from bed and breakfast through to full board. Traditional Oxford banquets in Hall can be provided as required. Full catering facilities are available at the Main College.
For a series of panoramic views of Brasenose College, visit the Virtual Tour.For further details about conferences at the College please contact Caroline Trevers.
Tel: (01865) 277828
Fax: (01865) 277525
For information on how to get to Oxford and how to find the College once here, please use the links in the Contacts Section .