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in the chapel which was superb! Choir was lovely and the congregation could sing a number of carols with the choir. Small pretty chapel with good acoustics. Strongly encourage anyone to attend the carol services if possible.
Exeter is the fourth oldest college in Oxford. It is incredibly beautiful and well maintained. We were lucky to meet two students who took us around and showed the beautiful college campus. The backside of the campus has great views of the Radcliffe Camera (one...More
Appalling accommodation, general neglect. Wash basin deep unhygienic crack in bedroom. Stains on carpet. Chairs with stains and holes. No individual bedroom locks ( contravenes basic students rights of privacy). Loud pump noise in one bedroom, would be massive detriment to a human s ability...More
They often let you in for free, when others charge, the chapel is amazing, and the gardens more extensive than they first appear. Don't miss the garden walk that gives unique views of the Radcliffe Camera
Very interesting, with a beautiful little church featured in The Remorseful Day, the last ever Morse episode and the one where he dies after a heart attack in the quadrangle of this college. Definately worth a visit.
Such a pretty setting - the grounds were well tended. The chapel was absolutely delightful and we were in awe of the stained glass windows. We were so lucky that a lady led us into the Chapel and sang a blessing - the acoustics were...More