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Ancaster Hall, University Park, Nottingham
Clean and comfortable accommodation, located close to the West entrance of University Park. University Park is a 330 parkland campus,
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- Free car parking (on site)
- No smoking
- Free broadband access
- Shared gardens
- 24 hour security
- Linen included
- Towels included
- Iron/ironing board
- Clothes dryer
- Washing machine
Food and Drinks
- English breakfast (included)
- Recommended walks
- Pub (a short drive)
- Museums (a short drive)
- Golf course (a short drive)
- Tennis courts (walking distance)
- Tennis courts (a short drive)
- Theatre (a short drive)
University Park Campus is set in 330 acres of beautiful rolling parkland, within easy reach of Nottingham City Centre.
Ancaster Hall is the most recently built hall on University Park campus. It is located close to the west entrance and is particularly close to Beeston shopping centre. The hall is built around an inner quadrangle, it is surrounded by landscaped lawns and has its own dedicated car park (conditions apply).
University Park Campus is set in 330 acres of beautiful rolling parkland, within easy reach of Nottingham City Centre. Derby Hall was opened in 1963 and is the largest hall on the campus. It is ideally situated between the north and west entrances.
University Park is regarded as one of the largest and most attractive campuses in the country with comfortably furnished rooms, on-site car parking, the beautiful Millennium Garden in which to relax and dedicated, experienced staff always on duty to assist with any requirements.
A mixture of period buildings with modern state-of-the-art facilities and is close to Wollaton Hall, gardens and deer park.
Arrival information and how to find us
Address: Ancaster Hall, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, NG7 2RJ, United Kingdom
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Check In: From 3pm
Check Out: By 10am
On arrival, please report to the Ancaster Hall reception area (manned from 9am to midnight each day) where you will be able to pick your room keys up. Ancaster Hall is located on Beeston Lane, which is the main road through University Park Campus.
By Car: From the M1 North to University Park
Leave the M1 motorway at junction 26 and follow the A610 signposted to Nottingham. After approximately 2.5 miles turn right at lights onto the A6514 Nottingham Ring Road (Western Boulevard). Follow the A6514 to Middleton Boulevard and then take the slip road towards the Queen's Medical Centre roundabout. Take the third exit at the roundabout onto the A52, Derby Road. Turn left at the next roundabout (Toby Carvery) onto the A6464 Woodside Road. Turn left at the next roundabout to enter the University Park's West Entrance, which brings you onto Beeston Lane.
By Car: From the M1 South to University Park
Leave the M1 motorway at junction 25 and follow the A52 signposted to Nottingham. After approximately 4.4 miles turn right at the roundabout (Toby Carvery) onto the A6464 Woodside Road. Turn left at the next roundabout to enter the University Park's West Entrance, which brings you onto Beeston Lane.
For satellite navigation the postcode for University Park is NG7 2RD
University Park Campus is located just less than 5 miles (10 minutes) away from Nottingham Train Station.
University Park Campus is on major bus routes.
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Mr Neil Harvey, October 2012: A very good experience. Thank you all
Miss Katarina Begus, September 2012: Nice, the only issue I had was I could not connect to the internet in my room.
Mr Davide Tesan, August 2011: Hallo,I had spent seven days to Ancaster Hall and I'm happy the choice
The room is clean,the food is very good and the place inside the campus is
A special thanks to all staff because I dont' speak and understand English
very well,but they were always very helpful.
Mr John Wilson, August 2011: Staff were very helpful and polite - nothing was a bother room and facilities clean etc. Will recommend to others and stay there next time
Miss Marie-Lyne Bouthot, June 2011: The staff was very kind and helpful. The campus is breathtaking!
Ms Claudia Maldonado, June 2011: My experience at Ancaster Hall was excellent: lovely welcome, very helpful front desk staff; delicious breakfast. Room was clean, bed comfortable and linen sparkling. I would recommend it to a friend and would love the opportunity to stay there again. Transport links into and out of university were excellent, and there is a free hopper bus from campus to campus! Overall a very good experience, and of course the gardens were gorgeous.
Dr C. Lloyd-Morgan, July 2010: After booking online I received an apologetic confirmation informing that I would be staying in another hall with similar facilities. However, this made no difference to me and I was perfectly satisfied with the room and facilities. I was particularly pleased that a fridge was provided and that the room I was allocated was very quiet and looked out onto meadowland.
Sean Sullivan, June 2010: Room somewhat tired but it was student accommodation and against cost is expected.
Proximity to conference centre more important.