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With its extensive and peaceful gardens backing onto the teaching site, Selwyn is very convenient for your lectures as well as offering a choice of traditional and modern rooms. The city centre is easily reached by a variety of walks past famous Cambridge landmarks.

Selwyn College was founded in 1882. Elegant Ann’s Court, completed in 2009, offers en suite rooms and is close to the red-brick Tudor-Gothic style of Old Court. Nearby is recently refurbished Cripps Court, providing well-appointed en suite rooms. A three-course meal is normally served in the impressive oak-panelled dining hall in Old Court. Breakfast is also in the hall and is self-service. The extensive and beautiful gardens at the heart of the College provide a quiet place for relaxation. A short shrub-lined path leads directly to your lecture rooms and the city centre beyond.

Facilities include: en suite and standard rooms; wifi access in rooms; bed linen and towels; laundry rooms, bar/common room; Chapel/prayer room.

Accommodation fees

Fees include bed, breakfast, evening meals and Closing Dinner.

Ann's Court

  • En suite: Two-week programme or term £TBC
  • En suite: One week only – not available
  • En suite: Extra nights (Saturdays) if you are attending two, or more, consecutive programmes £TBC

Cripps Court

  • En suite: Two-week programme or term £TBC
  • En suite: One week only £TBC
  • En suite: Extra nights (Saturdays) if you are attending two, or more, consecutive programmes £TBC

Old Court

  • En suite: Two-week programme or term £TBC
  • En suite: One week only – not available
  • En suite: Extra nights (Saturdays) if you are attending two, or more, consecutive programmes £TBC
  • Standard: Two-week programme or term £TBC
  • Standard: One week only £TBC
  • Standard: Extra nights (Saturdays) if you are attending two, or more, consecutive programmes £TBC

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