John Krebs Field Station, Wytham (Department of Biology)

The John Krebs Field Station is part of the Department of Biology and is a thriving research and teaching facility located close to Wytham Woods and Wytham village, about 3 miles (5 km) northwest of the centre of Oxford. It offers a unique venue including some of these facilities and benefits:

Venue Facilities:

 - Seminar Room: A 'light filled room located on the ground floor.

 - Common Room: A bright, informal, and very comfortable space offering relaxed seating and is complemented with access to the nearby Terrace.

 - First Floor Terrace Area: A large open area with picnic benches, with wonderful views over the surrounding countryside.

 - Ground Floor Terrace Area: Informal outside space located at the back of the main building with picnic benches.

 - Free on-site parking.

Locational benefits:

 - Amazing idyllic rural location with wonderful views over the surrounding countryside and Wytham Woods.

 - Easy access from Oxford or the A34.

 - ST2 shuttle service from Oxford city centre directly to the field station via Wolvercote.

 - Walking routes on the doorstep including Wytham Woods.

 - Close to The Trout pub and Wolvercote village.

The John Krebs Field Station

Wytham, OX2 8QJ

1 meeting spaces with capacity for up to 45 guests for functions.

Bedrooms 0

Ensuite 0

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"Your team have been absolutely fantastic, so a huge thanks to you."

Procter & Gamble

Lynne Bradley, Field Station Admin Manager
01865 271275
  • Seminar Room, John Krebs Field Station

    Seminar Room

    This ground-floor ‘light filled’ Seminar Room has level access and a maximum capacity of 45.


    Free on-site parking; use of the outside seating areas and Common Room; a fixed projector and PC with screen; additional monitor/screen; whiteboards; conference phone; full wireless and broadband internet.


    Full disabled access, ground floor.


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