|Our properties in this area are always in demand. St Clements is located at the end of the High Street, in between the city centre and colleges and Brookes Gipsy Lane and Headington campuses.
The accommodation ranges between characterful Victorian cottages and more modern properties.
There's a small Sainsbury on The Plain roundabout. A slightly larger Sainsbury and a Tesco are located on the Cowley Road, a short walk away.
There's a wide selection of restaurants crammed into the first hundred metres or so. La Cucina serves authentic Italian food cooked in an open kitchen. The food at the Thai Orchid is sensational and very reasonably priced, while the crowded yet atmospheric Pink Giraffe serves delicious Chinese food.
La Cucina, the Thai Orchid and the Pink Giraffe all have takeaway menus.
Pubs and clubs
The Half Moon is a great pub if you're into music. There's a regular folk night on Sunday nights, but they will also put on jazz and gigs from a wide range of bands. Every Thursday there's an open mic night. The Angel and Greyhound has seating outside at the front and a garden and is noted for its food and bar billiards table. Clems, on The Plain, is very popular with students all year round.
Cashpoints with free withdrawals
There's a free cashpoint by the Sainsbury on the Plain and at R&H Newsagent (89 St Clements).
The nearest Post Office to St Clements is on Cowley Road (near the corner with Marston Street)
Local buses are frequent to everywhere in Oxford, and you can also hop on coaches to London and the airports here. Cycling up Headington Hill is a noted challenge. If you’re a driver, watch out for the strict speed limit, enforced by an active speed camera, on the way down.
Look out for
South Parks is the venue for a large number of outdoor events, from a massive bonfire and fireworks display on 5 November to the combined day-long festival, fairground and fete that is the Cowley Road Carnival.