Built in the 1850’s and tastefully restored to its original Victorian splendour, Oxley Residences provides an excellent venue for a variety of conferences, meetings and other events.

The Residences are situated in a quiet, secluded location, only three and a half miles from the city centre. The Main Conference Room is excellently positioned with doors that lead out onto a veranda where refreshments can be served during the summer months.

Sports Camps

Oxley Hall is located close to the University’s flagship sports pitches, and with plenty of self-catered accommodation and free parking available, as well as it’s own bar, it makes it the ideal training base to host your sports camp.

  • 440 Bedrooms

    370 ensuite bedrooms and 70 shared bathroom bedrooms

  • Close to Sports Park Weetwood

    The University of Leeds’ flagship outdoor facilities covers an extensive area of 100 acres and provide excellent facilities for sport and outdoor activities

  • Quiet and Easily Accessible

    Just 3.5 miles from the city centre with excellent transport links – perfect for self contained groups


Bedrooms are only available during vacation periods.

Oxley Residences has 70 standard bedrooms, where each room has its own wash basin, but toilet and shower facilities are shared. In addition to this, a further 370 ensuite bedrooms are available during the summer vacation.


For information read the Oxley Residences Access Statement or visit the Disabled Go website for an access guide to the accommodation.

Rooms and Capacities

  • Main Common Room
  • Theatre 60
  • Boardroom N/A


Green Tourism

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

Oxley 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.