James Baillie Park accommodation is located between the University and Headingley. The location is great because you are a short walk from all the bars and shops at Headingley but still within walking distance to the university campus (about a 20/25 minute walk). It is also a good compromise on price between the more expensive accommodation like Central Village and the cheap, further out accommodation like Lupton. All the flats have a shared kitchen then usually 6 bedrooms, each with an en suite. The bedrooms are small and dark, but it’s nice having your own bathroom. I was in a room in the basement which meant that I didn’t have a nice view from my window but if you get a flat higher up in the buildings, they’re lighter with better views. Living in James Baillie is a great way to meet people as it’s a very sociable halls of residence, with lots of parties and pre-drinks happening here. Don’t expect to get much sleep living here as there is always a party going on somewhere in your block (even at 6am on a Monday). Overall, I enjoyed living here and made lots of friends but I wouldn’t recommend it if you want a quiet, peaceful flat!