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Trinity College, Cambridge

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Where to stay in Cambridge

With over 150 hotels, B&Bs, inns, and self-catering facilities, Cambridge offers a wealth of lodging options for every taste and budget. While visiting this heritage-rich city, you can even enjoy the university experience by staying in a college room. These centrally located B&B rooms offer an inexpensive and convenient alternative to staying in the city's hotels. You can retrace the footsteps of the university's famous graduates, grab a meal in the college hall, get lost in the campus and hidden courtyards, and end the day with a drink in the college bar.
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  • This is the largest & richest college of the Univ. of Cambridge and was founded by King Henry VIII (1491-1547) in 1546. The main entrance is the crenelated Great Gate w/ two castle like towers & a sta...  more »
  • A must visit attraction if you go to Cambridge. This looks like something out of a movie set. The history is amazing. Beautiful architecture.  more »
  • We walked to Trinity College, one of the many prestigious and beautiful colleges that make up the University of Cambridge, and went into the Wren Library. Amazing place with lots of old books (still u...  more »
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  • Ancient building with a specific medieval smell. Really really an amazing exprience there.
  • Felt royal, academic, proud and mesmerized. Especially I liked the Church.
  • I enjoyed it and I am the absolute boy
  • A great place with a great history, present and definitely a greater future
  • A spacious college with remarkable sights, from the fountain in the Great Court to the size and decorations of the chapel. The grandeur is juxtaposed against the smaller, less wealthy central colleges in Cambridge but in the end, most central colleges have lovely, traditional architecture.