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Ancaster Hall
Beeston Lane
University Park

Nottingham
Nottinghamshire

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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.

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.

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