St Edmund Hall, Oxford
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Such a beautiful, peaceful quad away from the hurly-burly of the main street. It has been newly renovated recently, which my husband wanted to see as we were in the area. The Porter is also so friendl... read more »
Front quad is a stunner. Actually a very historic college - alumni include Dudley Paycock (inventor of the trouser press) and Ken Dodd. I stayed for the Annual Conference of Naturalist Ergonomics - we... read more »
Very pretty quad for a college that boasts itself as the oldest educational establishment in Oxford. Not the oldest college as became part of Oxford University in 1957. If you can arrange to see them,... read more »
St Edmund Hall is one of the smaller colleges in Oxford. Although it is one of the oldest institutions of the University of Oxford, it only officially become a college around 50 years ago. A highlight of the college is the food. It is the best food that I came across at Oxford college, maybe only rivalled by Nuffield College. Also notable is the college library, which is housed within one of the oldest remaining churches in Oxford.
Very beautiful college
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