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You are guaranteed a warm welcome when you come to stay at Trinity Hall. Ideally located in Cambridge city centre, Trinity Hall is one of the oldest and most beautiful of the Cambridge Colleges with stunning riverside grounds. Our comfortable guest...more
Street noise is one thing and to be expected but this room is alongside the service access so I was woken at 06.25 not just by reversing trucks but trucks with hydrolic ramps requiring a running engine within a meter of my room window. Again,...More
Date of experience: July 2018
Sophie C, Marketing & Events Coordinator at Trinity Hall, responded to this reviewResponded August 9, 2018
We’re very sorry to hear about your experience with us, please be assured that we do everything we can to ensure that our guests have a pleasant and enjoyable stay.
The street noise in the morning that you mention is from Trinity Lane...More
Took my family to see the smallest chapel in Cambridge. Down a small lane, you are close to the main streets but Trinity Hall is tucked away near the Senate House. This is where I used to sing for my supper- in return for singing...More
This delightful, compact college is well worth a visit. Staff are friendly and welcoming. We went to a chamber music concert held in the dining hall which was superb . Acoustics were great, the setting perfect and the seating comfortable.
I visited this beautiful college whilst on a business trip to Cambridge. Had the pleasure of being shown around by a young undergraduate by the name of Joel Daramola - kind, courteous and rather handsome. I went the next day in the hope of a...More
Not one of the major colleges but it has a lovely small chapel with a beautifully decorated ceiling. Also, you can walk through the college buildings down to the edge of the river with some good views over the Backs.
OH studied at TH and was excited about showing myself and 12yo nephew around. It a very compact and picturesque college, looking out over the river. Nephew decided he wanted to study here too when he's grown up!
I enjoyed a festive dining experience with colleagues from Addenbrookes Hospital in the Leslie Stephen Room within the ancient rooms to Trinity Hall.
The surroundings are beautiful with tiny stone courtyards laid to lawn which transport you back in time.
The service was impeccable and...More