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TeamWard wrote a review Mar 2020
Nottingham, United Kingdom4,291 contributions6,091 helpful votes
St Edmund Hall offers a Medieval hall if you go on the tour of the grounds, it was one of several colleges we saw only from the outside with more stunning architecture.
Date of experience: February 2020
7 Helpful votes
kittyginger wrote a review Jul 2019
Salisbury, United Kingdom679 contributions268 helpful votes
I was party of a group of church historians visiting the former chapel, which is now a library/archive. Our guide, James was excellent, pointing out the carving over the entrance, the chain carving over the chancel, and showing us the monumental brass on the tomb. He also took us to the crypt, which was fascinating. He gave us plenty of time to enjoy the building, the grounds and tea in the dining room. What an excellent ambassador for the college.…
Date of experience: July 2019
Stuart B wrote a review Jun 2019
Deal, United Kingdom1,655 contributions445 helpful votes
St Edmund's is a lovely building with beautifuls gardens. I particularly liked the statue of the seated monk close to the church. Well worth a visit if you are touring Oxford.
Date of experience: June 2019
Neal H wrote a review Jan 2019
Yarm, United Kingdom51 contributions58 helpful votes
Physically much smaller than the well known ones but very interesting due to its age . The old church was good, the main building is just one of so many of these type in Oxford - beautiful!
Date of experience: January 2019
1 Helpful vote
Perplexis C wrote a review Oct 2018
Birmingham, United Kingdom15 contributions1 helpful vote
lovely and wonderful and the garden is one of the most prettiest and cosiest. Had great view from my room (topfloor) which was perfect and very conducive to reading and learning and studying.
Date of experience: November 2017