Christ’s College Cambridge located at St Andrew’s St, Cambridge CB2 3BU, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01223 334900

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Indy Villagarcia

5 Google Rating

If you want to have a wonderful Cambridge experience, book a superior room at the college, overlooki

5/ 5

If you want to have a wonderful Cambridge experience, book a superior room at the college, overlooking the beautiful garden and enjoying breakfast at their dining Hall. Right in the center of town, I took an Uber from the station- about £8 including £2 tip- and I walked back for my return- about 20 minute-simple walk. Welcoming staff and easy check-in. My room was bigger than an average hotel accommodation. It had a private tiny shower in a giant toilet room. Breakfast was cafeteria-style, including many hot options. The breakfast hall is rather unkept and a bit dirty, staff don't seem to mind. Skip breads and pastries, not the bakery kind. You can still have a nice start in the morning with fresh fruits, full English breakfast or a slice of salmon.

Lorna

5 Google Rating

Beautifully ornate and visually stunning, as you pass by, this entrance cannot be missed.

5/ 5

Beautifully ornate and visually stunning, as you pass by, this entrance cannot be missed.

Samuel Rosales

4 Google Rating

The wooden entrance door (called The Great Gate) appears disproportionate. Its lower portion was obv

4/ 5

The wooden entrance door (called The Great Gate) appears disproportionate. Its lower portion was obviously sawed-off to keep up with the height of the street that was raised a number of times in the past centuries. While Christ's College was founded in 1437, the first buildings surrounding First Court were built in 1448. The college was the first training institution for secondary school teachers. Charles Darwin and John Milton are among its famous alumni. An engraved portrait of the former hangs on the wall of The Great Gate.

Ms Major 123

5 Google Rating

Attended a wedding ceremony here, such beautiful grounds and buildings and AMAZING food too! It was

5/ 5

Attended a wedding ceremony here, such beautiful grounds and buildings and AMAZING food too! It was such an amazing day!

Bader YH

5 Google Rating

Stayed at Christ’s college for 3 nights and it was a nice experience in a great location.

5/ 5

Stayed at Christ’s college for 3 nights and it was a nice experience in a great location.

Don Constance

5 Google Rating

Ideal place to stay right in the city centre but not too noisy. Staff are all friendly and helpful.

5/ 5

Ideal place to stay right in the city centre but not too noisy. Staff are all friendly and helpful. Top notch breakfast.

Arun Thirunavukarasu

5 Google Rating

Christ's College's formal is good fun, though the food was decidedly lacking in terms of meat, a pet

5/ 5

Christ's College's formal is good fun, though the food was decidedly lacking in terms of meat, a pet peeve. Nevertheless, in the right company, the College is a fun place to spend time, and the hall itself is suitably scenic.

DEANO JAY

5 Google Rating

Absolutely stunning surroundings.

5/ 5

Absolutely stunning surroundings.

Mathéo Smith

5 Google Rating

Attended a wedding ceremony here, such beautiful grounds and buildings and AMAZING food too! It was

5/ 5

Attended a wedding ceremony here, such beautiful grounds and buildings and AMAZING food too! It was such an amazing day! Beautiful college situated in the city centre of Cambridge. Very high quality teaching. Nice garden, nice buildings and big rooms for accommodation. Very comfortable accommodation and excellent breakfasts.

Andrzej Tkacz

5 Google Rating

There's no other college like Christ's in Cambridge. I am proud to call this place home.

5/ 5

There's no other college like Christ's in Cambridge. I am proud to call this place home.

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