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Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
(4.8/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
For more information or if you are a student of the college and would like to help out with reading or clerking please contact the following:

Senior Clerk - Jack Drury - senior.clerk@cai.cam.ac.uk

Junior Clerk - Christopher Mergen - junior.clerk@cai.cam.ac.uk
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We were privileged to be shown round by an undergraduate at this college. It is truly beautiful. Lovely courts and an ancient chapel. 
  • We really enjoyed visiting this amazing college! There is a lot to see and absorb and the architecture is worth pausing to take in. 
  • A family member was lucky enough to be a wedding guest at this wonderful ancient establishment. So we were fortunate that he and his wife took us around to show us what we had missed. Perfect gardens ...  more »
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  • This place is out of time! Cambridge is like a small haven from the rest of the world, it's such a special, quaint place and I was incredibly lucky to have spent a summer at this college for a summer program at the University of New Hampshire-Cambridge University exchange. I stayed in the top building of the Caius tower and I had a view of the whole village; The rooms were not large, but they were so authentic and it really felt like you were living in old times. The dining hall is fabulous! Very Harry Potter!
  • One of the oldest and most central colleges. It's long history makes for an interesting fusion of architectural styles, with three main courts and a Chapel. Notably, the Gate of Honor boasts gilded sundials, and the spiral staircase visible from Tree Court bears stained glass on its walls. Free admission during selected hours.
  • It's my college so I'm biased but I think it's the nicest in Cambridge. So historic and beautiful, central and yet no tourists. Perfection.
  • One of the most accessible Cambridge colleges, with a gorgeous chapel full of Jacobean memorials. A calm, peaceful atmosphere surrounds the place.
  • Well kept college courts, interesting architecture. A quiet space in the middle of town even on busy days.