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Castle Leazes Halls
Spital Tongues
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear

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These are the largest of the University residences, situated in Spital Tongues, an historic area of Newcastle upon Tyne, located north west of the city centre. Castle Leazes is within approximately 15 minutes walking distance of both the main University precinct and the city's many visitor attractions.

Castle Leazes accommodates over 1,000 students during term time and during the summer vacation many of these rooms are available for guests. Social facilities on the site include 3 large dining rooms, TV rooms, games room, snooker room, shop and launderette. There is also a fully licensed bar on site, however, this is only available when sufficient numbers of guests are in hall.

All the study bedrooms have a wash hand basin and shared shower and bathroom facilities. In addition nine rooms are specially fitted for guests with disabilities. Some rooms have attactive moorland views. Rooms are clean and tidy and serviced daily.

All bedrooms are double-glazed with thermostatically controlled central heating. Bed linen, towels, welcome packs and complimentary tea and coffee-making facilities are provided in each bedroom.

Hairdryers are available from Castle Leazes main Reception. A £5 deposit will be required.

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