Bangor University Halls
Our halls have been voted the best accommodation in the UK!
The University has about 3,300 accommodation places available in Bangor. Our halls are situated at Ffriddoedd Village, St Mary’s Village and Neuadd Garth.
All accommodation is self-catered and most of our rooms are en-suite. Standard rooms are available in some halls – you will find more details below.
Free gym and Campus Life membership!
Students living in University owned accommodation receive gym and Campus Life membership included in the price of their halls.
We regret that this does not apply to students living on the Wrexham Campus and hall fees in Wrexham are adjusted accordingly.
- More information for Nursing and Radiography students studying in Wrexham.
Halls by Location:
Open the tabs below for more information on all our accommodation; videos, pictures and individual profiles of all the halls.
This map may also be useful to help you choose your accommodation.
The Ffriddoedd Village
Ffriddoedd Village is no more than 10 minutes walk from the main University buidlings on College Road and Bangor City Centre. There is a shop, sports centre and cafe bar on site, as well as common rooms and laundrettes.
The Halls of Residence below are recently built and are contemporary halls. These halls are all self catering with en-suite rooms. Some large rooms are available at additional cost. Click on the hall name for more details, including facilities, contract length and price.
The following Halls of Residence were built in the 1990s are all self catering and en-suite. Click on the hall name for more details, including facilities, contract length and price.
Neuadd Reichel was refurbished in 2011 and is a self-catered hall of around 120 rooms, with shared kitchens and bathrooms. It has a mix of standard, larger and small rooms. Click on the hall name for more details, including facilities, contract length and price.
Neuadd John Morris-Jones
Neuadd JMJ is a self catering hall with en-suite bedrooms composed of two adjacent halls of residence at Ffriddoedd. These are known as Neuadd JMJ, Adeilad Tegfan and Neuadd JMJ, Adeilad Bryn Dinas. The two buildings are linked. The halls are primarily for Welsh speaking and Welsh learning undergraduate students.
- Neuadd John Morris-Jones