Situated at the heart of the university campus and dating back to 1886, Lyddon Hall is one of the oldest Halls of Residence within the University.

Although it has undergone a modern refurbishment, many original features have been retained including the oak parquet flooring in the main entrance and an open staircase leading to the upper floors.

With 2 meeting rooms: the contemporary Clifford Allbutt Room and the classic Lydgate Room, Lyddon Hall is the perfect location for clients wishing to hold small self-contained meetings on the main campus.

  • Perfect for Board Meetings

    2 boardrooms: one contemporary and one classic, fit for any type of meeting or interview

  • 70 Bedrooms

    Arranged in single study bedrooms, central campus accommodation with shared bathroom facilities

  • Central Location

    Located right in the heart of campus, just 10 minutes from Leeds city centre

Accommodation

Bedrooms are only available during vacation periods.

Lyddon Hall has 70 beds arranged in single study bedrooms, where each room has its own wash basin, but toilet and shower facilities are shared.

Accessibility

The University campus has many fully accessible routes to all areas, with ramps and automatic or electric doors to buildings. Read the Lyddon Hall Access Statement, or visit the Disabled Go website for an access guide to the accommodation.

Rooms and Capacities

  • Lydgate Room
  • U-Shaped N/A
  • Boardroom 12
  • Dining 12
  • Clifford Allbutt Room
  • U-Shaped N/A
  • Boardroom 18
  • Dining N/A

Location

Green Tourism

The University is committed to sustainable development and seeks to reflect best environmental practices in the conduct of its activities and operations.

Lyddon Hall has received a Gold Award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme and as such we are committed to working to reduce the impact of its operations on the environment.

Find out how you can play your part by reading the Responsible Visitor Charter. More information on the University’s green initiatives can be found on the Living it Green web page.