A large hall and several beautiful Victorian houses
Right next to the students’ union and the refectory, Lyddon Hall combines the convenience of being on campus with traditional surroundings. Our oldest residence, Lyddon Hall is full of quirky character. It’s made up of a large main hall and several beautiful Victorian houses.
Rooms are spacious and furniture isn’t fixed, so you can move it around to suit yourself. Most rooms are standard, with shared bathroom, some also have a washbasin in the room. There are a small number of en suite rooms. Some rooms have a double bed.
Lyddon offers great facilities, including a well-stocked library with a grand piano. There's also a large TV room with a pool table and air hockey machine. This residence has a traditional feel, reflecting its Victorian charm.
Free IPTV service
High speed wi-fi
Laundry room on site
Bluther Leipzig grand piano
Gym nearby on campus
Pool table and air hockey
Sports facilities nearby on campus
Contents insurance included in your rent
Security service on call 24/7
Efficient, responsive building maintenance
Secure cycle storage
Catered residents at Lyddon Hall can eat in the Refectory, next to the Students’ Union. You will receive a Refresh Meal Card plan package which can be used to purchase meals. The meal card enables you to purchase breakfast and an evening meal Monday to Friday, and brunch at weekends.
Weekdays: All day 8am – 7pm
Weekends: Brunch 10am – 2pm
At least one vegetarian option at each meal. During Ramadan, we can provide for you to eat after sunset. Please make us aware of any special dietary requirements (e.g. diabetes) or food allergy so we can assist you any way we can. You may find you benefit from the option of self-catered accommodation if you are very specific about the food you like to eat.
The University has tested samples of Aluminium Composite Material (ACM) cladding where it has been used on our residential buildings and we can advise you that no ACM cladding has been used in the construction of Lyddon Hall or its annexes.
Lyddon Hall and its annexes also have many features that enable the safe evacuation of individuals, including a fire detection and alarm system that exceeds legislative requirements. The automatic L (Life) type alarm system ensures that all areas of your residence are covered by detection, including bedrooms, kitchens, plant rooms, and communal areas. Other fire safety systems installed for your protection include:
- Fire containment between rooms, flats and areas within buildings. Walls, ceilings and door sets are designed to resist and prevent the spread of fire long enough for you to safely escape the building.
- Fire extinguishers and firefighting blankets in kitchens throughout the building(s).
In addition, we operate a system where local staff and fire wardens are trained to undertake proactive and reactive fire safety duties, which include building inspections and routine fire safety checks.
Shared bathroom, En-suite
39 week contract *
£147 - £193 per week
£181 - £193 per week /
£7,059 - £7,527 total
£147 - £175 per week /
£5,733 - £6,825 total
You can compare costs of residences
with 1-3 other people
* Due to refurbishment or vacation lettings some blocks may open later or close
earlier than others and as a result, some contracts may be slightly shorter.
Your rent includes
- Electricity, gas and water
- High-speed Wi-Fi
- Off-peak sports and gym membership
Basic contents insurance cover
(Policy number: HH1363)
All rooms include
- Bed and mattress
- Study table and chair
- Shelving and storage
- Access to a shared kitchen
- Read more in furniture and facilities
Providing independence and choice
Access guide to Lyddon Hall annexe on 13-23 Cromer Terrace
Location, essentials and travel
Georgia Thompson, BA English and History
“I picked Lyddon due to its location on campus and its homely feel. It’s like a large house with annexes and has a relaxed vibe, it feels like one big family here. The Refectory is next door so it’s very easy to get our meals and it also means that we interact with the neighbouring catered halls too, like Ellerslie and Charles Morris. Moving into halls was scary at first, but everyone socialised and we all got to know each other very quickly.”