We believe that stepping into new surroundings opens the mind to new ideas, and that beautiful surroundings inspire.
For these reasons, our teaching takes place in two beautiful locations in Cambridge's historic city centre:
Sidney Sussex College
Sidney Sussex College, known for its gorgeous springtime wisteria, is on Sidney Street, in the heart of Cambridge. The wood-panelled Knox-Shaw Room is beautiful and ground-floor wheelchair accessible.
The Pitt Building
The Pitt Building, formerly the home of Cambridge University Press, is on Trumpington Street, across from delicious Fitzbillies and just down the street from King's Parade. The many-windowed Wright Room has a beautiful view and is wheelchair accessible via lift/elevator.
This beautiful hotel on the river Cam sets us close to water and swans. What could be more inspiring? Perhaps the dozens of bookshelves made from old punts. Just past Scudamore's Mill Lane punt station, The Graduate is just a few minutes walk to King's Parade. The Cayley Suite is ground-floor wheelchair accessible.