16 - 18
Students will be accommodated in single and twin rooms which are typical student bedrooms. The majority of bedrooms are fitted with en suite bathrooms, however some bedrooms share one bathroom between four. Male and female students will be separated by corridor and/or staircase.
A three-course served dinner is provided to students daily in the College dining hall. Students can also make use of the bar in the college, a traditional common room and beautiful gardens.
Lady Margaret Hall (LMH to students) was founded in 1878 as the first women's college in Oxford and is one of the University’s younger colleges. It started accepting male students in 1979.
The College is set on the River Cherwell and is well known for its elegant gardens. The famous English architect Giles Gilbert Scott designed the college's Byzantine-style chapel.
Some of the most well known alumni of the College have included: