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Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire

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Corpus Christi College is one of the oldest colleges in the University of Cambridge is located in the heart of the city.

The accommodation available is used by our students during the University term time and are allocated both within and outside College walls. Each single standard bedroom (with shared bathroom facilities) has a wash hand basin and also provided in the room is a towel and soap. Single ensuite bedrooms include a toiletry pack and towel. Your bedroom will be routinely cleaned by our housekeeping staff but please note beds are not cleaned at weekends.

A further note: During the Christmas & Easter holidays students may leave some of their belongings in their bedrooms.

Bedrooms within the grounds of the College are those in New Court and Library Court, with other bedrooms situated just out of the main gate; Botolph Court and Benet Street. Library Court ensuite accommodation is a 1 minute walk from the main gate and Beldam Building is a 2 minute walk away from College. Bedrooms located on the Benet Passage (en-suite double & single) are suitable for 2 guests, one couple or small family.

We very much look forward to welcoming you!

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