Situated in the heart of the city centre. Corpus has the oldest enclosed court in Cambridge, 14th century View the famous Chronophage Corpus Clock!
Corpus Christi College, situated in the heart of the city, combines ancient buildings with modern facilities, making Corpus Christi the ideal alternative to a hotel or bed and breakfast.
The accommodation available is used by students during term time and is pleasant, simple and clean single standard bedrooms or basic ensuite bedrooms. The College does not operate in the same way as a hotel, but promise to provide you with stunning architecture steeped in history, atmosphere and a very friendly service.
Each bedroom has a wash hand basin and you will be provided with a towel and soap. Bathrooms are shared unless you are in ensuite rooms. Your bedroom will be routinely cleaned by the Housekeeping staff, beds are not cleaned at weekends. Tea & coffee making facilities are offered in the kitchens, which are located close to each bedroom.
Bedrooms can be chosen within the grounds of the College, you must select New Court and Taylor Court; we also have bedrooms situated just out of the main gate which is Botolph Court and Benet Street. Ensuite accommodation is a 1 minute walk from the main gate and there is also enclosed court accommodation a 2 minute walk away in the Beldam Building. Accommodation outside the College is cheaper in price due to its location and the fact that it is noisier. The college has tried to offer as much information to you regarding the standard of accommodation and facilities they offer, if you have any questions please contact email@example.com
Corpus Christi very much look forward to welcoming you!
History to the present day
Old Court, a rare medieval architectural gem and the oldest surviving enclosed court in Cambridge, dates from the foundation of the College in 1352. The 19th century Neo-Gothic New Court provides the four traditional essentials of a college - a Chapel, a Library, a Hall and a Lodge for the Master. Famous Students who have attended Corpus Christi include the playwrights Christopher Marlowe and John Fletcher.
Fascinating fact: Long-nosed inquisitive Corpus Master Matthew Parker of 1544 was the original "Nosey Parker!!"
Food and Drinks
Breakfast is included in the price and you will dine in the Hall each morning. Breakfast is served Monday to Sunday from 08.30am to 09.15am.
Tea & Coffee-making facilities are located in the kitchens located close to each bedroom. Please make yourself familiar with their location & the bathrooms on arrival.
Internet: each bedroom in College has an internet point. Payment for usage is taken online. Ethernet cables can be bought from the Porter's Lodge for £5 if you do not have your own.
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Free broadband access (wifi)
Food and Drinks
Continental breakfast (included)
Cooked breakfast (included)
Lunch available (at additional cost)
Dinner available (at additional cost)
Museums (walking distance)
Golf course (a short drive)
Tennis courts (a short drive)
Recommended restaurants (walking distance)
Theatre (walking distance)
Address: Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, CB2 1RH, United Kingdom
Check In: Between 2.00pm and 11.00pm (11.00pm is the latest) Check Out: By 9.30am
Please note, if you arrive later than 11.00pm you will not be issued a key and we can not refund your payment.
On arrival, all guests must report to the Porter's Lodge (located at the main entrance to the college). Please show your booking confirmation to the Porters.
All guests who do not hold a UK passport are required by law to fill in a Guest Registration Form - this will be in the Porters Lodge for you to fill in on arrival. You must bring your passport with you. You will then be given a key to your bedroom and directed to your room(s).
The College Porters’ duties do not involve handling luggage; you must carry your own luggage to and from your room.
Please note that during the Christmas & Easter holidays students may leave some of their belongings in their bedrooms.
Corpus Christi College does not have any parking, and nearby car parks are expensive, at around £20 per day (see the Visitor Information page on CambridgeRooms.co.uk for more details). We are situated in the centre of Cambridge and we have close links to the train and bus station.