Swinhoe Hall

Review Breakdown

Social Experience
Social Areas
Your Room
Value for Money
Internet / WiFi


I enjoyed the social aspect of the halls, it's was fun and I made a lot of friends from it however, the bathroom and the kitchen were very basic and could of used a litttle bit of a vamp. My bedroom was huge and was very spacious.

Location is decent near the uni obvs and near town where all clubs are, however the accommodation is like a prison and bare weird people there don’t go if ur looking for good student life, rooms r Ite bit small but can get bigger ones which r decent, only social area is smoking area, poor WiFi

Location is excellent as it is right by the uni, the facilities need to be improved maybe made more modern. The social experience was pretty good made lots of new friends. The room was not too bad as it was a medium sized room with a wardrobe but no en suite. The rent was also reasonable

Showers don’t work properly and flood the floor, lights always flicker. Only one oven works properly, they only showed students ground floor bathrooms which are much better than first floor. Way too expensive for what you get

Rooms are decent size with sink, wardrobe, bookcase, bed, desk and fridge freezer. Shared kitchens come with two ovens and a microwave and are large enough to share with five others in corridor. Shared bathroom has two showers and two toilets so is large enough to be comfortable. Only negatives are the smoke alarm activates regularly and lack of social space in the building.

So close to campus and fridge in every room so definitely best for the money. Everyone gets along so can see whoever it’s not segregated into flats