Exeter College is located at Turl St, Oxford OX1 3DP, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Exeter College and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Siyoree Thaitrakulpanich

1 Google Rating

Went to their formal, worst experience ever. I took up my camera to take a picture of the experience

1/ 5

Went to their formal, worst experience ever. I took up my camera to take a picture of the experience, and a woman server came up to my face, pointed at me, and said in a threatening tone, "Next time, DO NOT TAKE PHOTOS WHILE PEOPLE ARE EATING." Chill, it's just a photo. First of all, I was not informed photos weren't allowed. Second of all, they could have just asked me nicely, without coming up to my face and pointing. It was scary, and it ruined the whole evening. Will not be returning.

Isaac Channon

2 Google Rating

Too much scaffolding, tried to climb and staff kicked me out. I can not recommend this place. Please

2/ 5

Too much scaffolding, tried to climb and staff kicked me out. I can not recommend this place. Please like and subscribe.

Wendy Edwards

5 Google Rating

This is an outstanding College to visit and just opposite Jesus College. It's normally open 2-5pm an

5/ 5

This is an outstanding College to visit and just opposite Jesus College. It's normally open 2-5pm and if the door is closed just push it to gain entrance. The 19th century Chapel is stunning and contains a huge Pre-Raphaelite tapestry 'The Adoration of the Magi'. Look out for concerts and services held there.

Alex Garratt

5 Google Rating

Absolutely brilliant place. The rooms were lovely and spacious for student accomedation. The dining

5/ 5

Absolutely brilliant place. The rooms were lovely and spacious for student accomedation. The dining hall was traditional and beautiful, not to mention the meals served being filling. As for the Chapel, another marvel of Oxford and well worth the visit. I highly recommend taking the time to go on a tour of the college as it is definitely a highlight of Oxford.

C W

5 Google Rating

Easily my favorite chapel out of all the colleges

5/ 5

Easily my favorite chapel out of all the colleges

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