The Trinity Chapel tower lit up at night.

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The college was founded in 1555 by Sir Thomas Pope and is set in the very heart of Oxford city centre. Trinity College offers facilities in the perfect location and surrounded by history dating back hundreds of years.

Durham Quad is the oldest quad in the college and where you will find the Dining Hall. Trinity is well-known for outstanding food and our Chefs are passionate about serving the finest dishes. In Durham Quad, you will also find the seventeenth century Chapel, which is the only chapel in Oxford to contain the tomb of the college founder: Sir Thomas Pope.

Our meeting facilities are beautifully located with views of the quads and gardens. All meeting rooms are positioned within close walking distance to the Dining Hall making it convenient when scheduling breaks and meals.

The Levine Building opened at the beginning of 2022, which has 46 single ensuite bedrooms, 5 teaching rooms, 3 music rooms, a flexible meeting room along with an Auditorium that can sit up to 155 guests. There is a café available on the ground floor for students and guests to use subject to working hours. All of our accommodation and meeting rooms are fully accessible, even the roof terrace, which will be perfect for drinks reception during the summer.

The bedrooms are located across the historic main site of the college, featuring beautiful views over the grounds. Bedrooms are in staircases close by to the Dining Hall providing a lovely morning stroll to breakfast.

Our dedicated team at Trinity are here to ensure you have the best experience and look forward to welcoming you.