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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. Just across the road is recently refurbished Cripps Court, providing modern en suite rooms. The extensive and beautiful gardens at the heart of the College provide a quiet place for relaxation. A short walk through the beautiful gardens leads directly to your lecture rooms and the city centre beyond.

This year, sees the introduction of a served buffet-style dinner. Available from the newly-refurbished servery, it allows you a choice of food and a degree of flexibility as to when you can eat. You can choose to eat in the main dining hall or the smaller Borradaile Room nearby. At the end of each two-week term, a traditionally-served Closing Dinner is held in the impressive oak-panelled dining hall. Breakfast is also in the hall and is self-service.

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

Please note: Building works are planned to take place opposite Ann's Court, during the day.

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