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Don't forget to go into the garden

lovely and wonderful and the garden is one of the most prettiest and cosiest. Had great view from... read more

Reviewed 11 October 2018
Perplexis C
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
A beautiful and intimate front quad

The first quad at Teddy Hall is an exquisite example of traditional Oxford college architecture. It... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2018
robert p
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Oxford, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 11 October 2018

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.

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Reviewed 22 September 2018

The first quad at Teddy Hall is an exquisite example of traditional Oxford college architecture. It is beautifully maintained and managed. On a sunny day, it's one of the most beautiful places in Oxford. The rest of the college is more modern and less interesting...More

Thank robert p
Reviewed 7 May 2018

St Edmunds Hall is easy to miss, just off the High Street on Queens Lane. It is steeped in history, some of which is visible. This includes the ancient church of St Peter in the East, now the college library, and not open to visitors....More

1  Thank Dave_Cowley_Road
Reviewed 5 February 2018 via mobile

A real peach of a medieval hall in this college and is a contender for the oldest academic college in Britain. Founded in 1317 the college takes its name from St. Edmund, Archbishop of Canterbury who taught on this site in a hall in 1190....More

Thank rayrest
Reviewed 2 January 2018

St Edmunds has a long history as an academic institution dating back to possibly 1190 and definitely to 1236. It was incorporated into Oxford University in the 1950's. It admitted women in 1978. The members are known for their independent thought and are referred to...More

Thank Kyle S
Reviewed 15 September 2017

I nearly missed the inconspicuous entrance which is off Queen's Lane, off the High Street. I attended a meeting here and was charmed from the moment I walked through the gate and into the quad. The porters were very helpful and provided directions. We had...More

Thank Jackie M
Reviewed 9 August 2017

Certainly the finest of the Medieval Halls left in Oxford, if you do not worry about its actual college status it is probably the oldest college in Oxford in continuous teaching use. Founded in 1226 by St. Edmund of Abingdon (see emaciated statue in garden),...More

2  Thank Omnivore94127
Reviewed 1 July 2017

It was wonderful to visit this beautiful college where my husband had been an undergraduate years ago. It was established around the year 1236, before any other Oxford college was established and this pre-dates the university as a seat of learning. It is the only...More

Thank profjoypc
Reviewed 21 June 2017 via mobile

Teddy Hall is how St. Edmund Hall is affectionately known in Oxford. It's something of a paradox being as old as if not older than the university itself, being established, in 1236, and yet not accorded college status until 1957. This is because it was...More

Thank futtock21
Reviewed 30 January 2017

Beautiful chapel. Lovely old dining hall. Nice sun dial. A small but beautiful quad. Great photo opportunities.

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