The location of Lewes Court Phase 1 is ideal - they are right at the front of the main accommodation complex on campus. My lectures were never more than a 10 minute walk away from my bedroom. The Lewes Court Phase 1 flats have a really nice homely feel to them. Most of the flats house 6 bedrooms with a communal kitchen/living room area, 2 toilets, a shower and a bath. I never had an issue needing the shower when it was already occupied. The living space has 6 comfy chairs as well 6 dining chairs for the dining table. The 6 comfy chairs are in place of a sofa, and they aren't very good compared to a sofa, but regardless of this the living area was quite nice. Our shower wasn't very good. It had a big problem with water pressure throughout the year. Despite us informing the porter that the shower wasn't working properly, it was not replaced until the end of the year. The WiFi in the rooms in the Lewes Court Phase 1 flats is the same as the WiFi used elsewhere on campus so it is easy to go from your bed to campus without losing WiFi signal which is useful. All beds are single beds and I had an issue with a very creaky bed and hard mattress. Each room has a really good sized desk and shelves though which is really good, as well as a sink and mirror etc. These flats do not have any washing machines so a trip to the on campus laundrette is needed every once in a while. And for £3 a wash and £1 for a poor tumble-dry, the money spent on laundry soon adds up. In summary, Lewes Court Phase 2 was a really nice place to live, but it did have its faults (just like any other student accomodation!).