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Overlooking the River Cam, Queens’ boasts the famous Mathematical Bridge and some of the most iconic views in Cambridge. The College offers a magnificent dining hall, historic courtyards, quiet gardens and modern rooms: the best of both worlds.

Queens’ College is conveniently located between the heart of the city and the teaching rooms. The College was founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou (wife of Henry VI) and refounded in 1465 by Elizabeth Woodville, wife of Edward IV. The Old Hall, Old Kitchens, Munro and Erasmus Rooms date from this time. The sundial in Old Court dates from 1642, and the precursor to today’s Mathematical Bridge was constructed in 1749-50.

Cripps Court (where the single en suites are situated) was built in 1974 and recently refurbished. The twin en suite rooms are in the nearby Fisher Building.

Queens' provides served buffet-style dinners (generally taken in the Munro Room or Cripps Dining Hall) and a traditionally-served Closing Dinner (in the stunning Old Hall on the final night of each two-week term). Breakfast is self-service in Cripps Dining Hall.

Availability:
Cripps Court en suite rooms and Fisher Building twin en suite rooms are available for one week only or the full programme.

Please note:
There is no lift access in the Fisher Building (twin bedrooms). Rooms are accessible by lift in the Cripps Court (single bedrooms). There are no ground-floor en suite rooms.

Facilities include single rooms; some twin en suite rooms; wifi access in rooms; bed linen and towels; laundry room; Chapel

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