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Founded by English Presbyterians in 1786, this was one of many dissenting academies established after the Restoration to provide higher education for those who were denied admittance to the universities of Oxford and Cambridge due to religious...more
I don't expect first class accommodation in a college dorm, but at 65 GPS each for a twin room, en suite, I do expect a good (not great) mattress, not one with springs popping up around you. The breakfast, however, was excellent, and it is...More
If you like the work of Burne-Jones, do visit the chapel to Harris Manchester, where you'll find the most exquisite stained glass windows.What is unique about them is that they are totally coherent by theme, design, colour, placing, having been done 'all of a piece'....More
Your main reason for visiting here would probably be the chapel. The stained glass should delight anyone! However, if you are interested or even committed to Unitarianism this would be almost an essential visit if you are in Oxford.
The chapel is not always 'open'...More