Trinity Hall offers a variety of accommodation to both its undergraduate and graduate students. Accommodation ranges from characterful rooms in 14th-century buildings, to ‘retro’ 1960s student blocks, to modern en-suite rooms in our latest building, WYNG Gardens, which was completed in 2016. All rooms are fully furnished with a bed, desk and chair, wardrobe space, and many with comfy chairs or even sofas. See below for descriptions of our three sites: Central Site, Thompson’s Lane and Wychfield. You can find the location of each site on the Contact Us page.
One room on Central Site is available for a wheelchair user, with an adapted bathroom close by, and there are seven wheelchair-accessible rooms with en-suite facilities at Wychfield (two of which have linking rooms for carers). The Disability Access Guide provides full details of the College’s facilities for disabled students.
At Trinity Hall, we provide all undergraduates with accommodation for the duration of their course. First-year students are allocated rooms by the College according to price band, and students are asked to indicate a preference. Second-, third- and fourth-year students choose their own rooms via a student-run ballot.
Undergraduates are housed in: Central Site, Wychfield and Thompson’s Lane (see below).
New graduates are guaranteed accommodation* for their first year, provided that they meet their offer conditions by the required deadline. Some accommodation is available for second- and third-years.
*Please note that most of our accommodation consists of single rooms, and whilst we have small number of flats for couples, we are unable to provide accommodation for families.
Graduates are accommodated in: Wychfield (see below).
Central Site is our main College site and includes around 134 single rooms for undergraduates, with shared bathroom facilities and basic kitchens containing a microwave oven and fridge. It is right in the heart of the city centre with easy access to the University Faculties. The College Cafeteria, Coffee Shop, Bar, Library, Chapel and main Music Room are also located on Central site.
Room rents in 2018-19 range from £95-170 per week.
Thompson’s Lane, consisting of undergraduate accommodation, is close to the main College site and also to the main Sainsbury’s supermarket. It is also the closest of the three sites to the College boathouse on the river, therefore handy for budding rowers!
Bishop Bateman Court
Purpose-built student accommodation with 47 single rooms for undergraduates, with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Room rents in 2018-19 range from £115-160 per week.
Our newest student accommodation with 72 ensuite rooms for undergraduates. All rooms are single occupancy; the majority of rooms contain double beds. There is a common room on the ground floor.
Room rents in 2018-19 range from £175-195 per week.
Wychfield is a large site on the west side of Cambridge and has a range of undergraduate and graduate accommodation, including some modern, ensuite rooms, all surrounded by beautiful gardens. It is also the site of the College’s excellent sports facilities, including a gym, squash courts, and facilities for football, hockey, rugby, cricket, netball and hard tennis courts.
Purpose-built student accommodation with around 36 single rooms for undergraduate students, with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities. The ground floor has a large lounge with pool table, comfy chairs and a vending machine.
Room rents in 2018-19 range from £115-135 per week.
A detached house with 5 single rooms for undergraduate students, with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Room rents in 2018-19 range from £115-150 per week.
A small purpose-built block of 12 self-contained, one-bedroom apartments for graduate students (primarily for couples).
Apartment rents in 2018-19 range from £215-220 per week.
A graduate student house with 10 single rooms, with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Room rents in 2018-19 range from £100-135 per week.
Launcelot Fleming and Walter Christie House
Two purpose-built houses housing around 45 graduates in total, including four split-level rooms and 41 single rooms, with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities. Each house has a common room and self-catering facilities.
Room rents in 2018-19 range from £130-170 per week.
Purpose-built block housing both undergraduates and graduates. All 144 single rooms are ensuite. Each block has a common room and self-catering facilities.
Room rents in 2018-19 range from £150-170 per week.