|St Anselm Hall||#3|
|George Kenyon Hall||#7|
|iQ Lambert & Fairfield House - Manchester||#9|
New hall near University of Manchester
Everything is brand new!
Smart TVs, great social spaces & grab and go breakfast
It's a 10 minute walk to the University of Manchester
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Read St Anselm Hall Reviews
This is a collegiate experience in an otherwise ordinary university - the community is tight-knit. It's catered every day of the week which allows people to get to know each other very easily. The hall has a lot of traditions that seem quirky and unnecessary at first, but do a lot to bring the residents together. It has its' own gym, squash court, snooker room, ping-pong table as well as large common rooms and its' own bar - The Cellar Club - run by the students. The socials are very frequent and well attended during term time which brings the community together even more. Overall I'd say this is the best place to live in Manchester, at least the best university accommodation available.
Slem's boys love to talk about their 'history' and 'tradition', but the only tradition at this all boys hall is to die a virgin. The fact that they dress up in gowns at 6pm everyday for a three course meal may explain why no one here has ever touched a boob