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On the evening of day 7 we went to Somerville College for our formal dinner night. The overall college was very beautiful and is very suitable for taking large group photos or individual photos, especially in the front of the gardens. We opt for the...More
The amount of enjoyment just being in the grounds -- sitting or lying on the IAB room, horsing about in Vaughan or strutting around the library makes Nemesis and Oblivion look like fluffy baby bunnies.
We stayed in the new ROQ rooms in a twin bedded room with ensuite bathroom. Only a few years old so up-to-date furniture and decor. Room clean and the beds were comfortable!
Staff were very friendly and helpful. We had full English breakfast in Hall...More
Somerville College is probably best known as the alma mater of the first female Prime Ministers of the UK and India. That said there is little recognition here of either of them save the Margaret Thatcher Centre which is little more than a lobby with...More
Unless you're one of the comparatively few young men and women who gains a place to study at one of Oxford University's thirty-eight constituent Colleges, then what goes on behind the heavy wooden doors of the ornate gatehouse will forever remain a mystery .... a...More
Although this wasn't mentioned when I was booking,there was an option to buy breakfast as an extra but it's brunch, i.e. not till 11am, at the weekend so it was just as well I'd taken a box of muesli, some fruit and a frozen pint...More
On one edge of Oxford, about a 10-15 minute easy walk from the heart of Univ of Oxford landmarks, this historic college--the first to admit women--is what you would expect from modern day Oxford. A great mix of old (dining halls/kitchen) and new (student dorms...More