Teresa Hall

Reviews

Anonymous

The room was average size. En-suite bathroom also a good size. Social area was okay, the common room was typically used for overly loud parties that could be heard top floor. For halls there were no other social areas but on campus there’s Our place which is amazing for social events and food The room was £123 a week think this is a little steep since WiFi was also reconnecting and working slow would take my laptop being plugged into an Ethernet cable to work. For lazy people who do not enjoy mornings and who take little time getting ready halls are the best you can role out of bed 10mins before a lecture and still turn up on time

Anonymous

They are good but the rooms are small and so are the showers but also the internet works but is really slow.

Anonymous

Flat was okay size and en-suite so no real complaints there. But WiFi connection is rubbish. Very noisy halls if your someone who doesn’t go out alot

Anonymous

Halls was a great experience! Made a close group of friends and it was a great way to experience student life and living with friends! Noisy at times but right on campus and having an ensuite room made it much easier to get some alone time. Facilities were basic but flats were nice and room were big enough!

Anonymous

In the halls here, it was a great opportunity to make friends, I made 10 who I still live with now. Everyone was out almost every night, probably not the best for people who are less socialable. Common rooms weren’t the best but we did the best with what we had we was in there every night unless we was out.

Anonymous

Room was good size and bathroom was good . Kitchen could of been bigger on disability flat as I don’t think a wheelchair could get around there.

Anonymous

The rooms are average, the colour scheme is annoying but apart from that they’re okay. There’s plenty of storage space. The kitchens are on the smaller side but again there’s enough space.

Sarah faith Davies

The location of the halls was not completely ideal as it was far from the city centre but when it came to be close to the uni, it was perfect. You could literally roll out of bed and go to class. The facilities were also second to none; this was because it was close to the uni and everything was around you, e.g. the gym, the library and all your tutor's rooms were within walking distance. We had an on-campus bar, restaurant and student unions which helped with whatever club you were part off. My room was fab, I had the usual desk, wardrobe etc but also a toilet and shower in my room which was good for privacy.