This altruistic B&B and restaurant funds social projects and oozes warmth and quirky charm, but the food and some of the decor need a rethink
Students are generally regarded as selfish and self-obsessed – Channel 4’s Fresh Meat made flesh. But in Oxford, where the contrast between privilege and poverty could not be sharper, there are still students who can see a world beyond the next hangover.
For instance, the charity Oxford Hub – think of it as the anti-Bullingdon Club – supports local, student-led social outreach programmes. It is funded with profits from a restaurant, Turl Street Kitchen, and its neighbouring eight-bedroom hotel, Tower House (note: five rooms en-suite, three not).
Source: The Guardian