All standard students’ rooms are similar in size and appointments. Each room features: a single bed, desk, chair, lamp, sink, wardrobe, shelf space, cupboard space, one lockable cupboard for valuables. Seven semi en-suite rooms are available. These have all the features of a standard room, plus a shower. None of the bedroom doors have locks and the house Wi-Fi is not accessible in the bedroom areas.
Semi en-suite (7 rooms)
New Wing (37 rooms)
Main Building (42 rooms)
The library provides residents with a study environment. A primary room in the house, all residents respect the library rules, keeping noise to a minimum in these areas. The library extension is located next to the library, and is designed for those using laptops. Wi-Fi is available in both rooms.
The oratory is a place of worship. Mass is said here Monday-Saturday by the resident Catholic Chaplain. The organ balcony allows residents access to the oratory at all times.
Entrance and Visitors Rooms
The main entrance to the house is a communal and social area. A notice board informs residents of upcoming events and activities. There is seating in the main entrance, as well as in the two adjacent guest rooms. Visitors can be entertained in these rooms.
Talks, get-togethers and films are all held in the lounge. Equipped with sofas and a projector system with hi-fi, this room is a great place to meet new residents and make friends. Everyday after dinner or high tea, a 30 minutes get together takes place in this room. An adjacent coffee room with tea and coffee is opened during get-togethers.
The auditorium, which seats up to 140 people, is principally used for music recitals and end of term shows. Music students are welcome to make use of the auditorium for practice.
The roof garden is an extensive outdoor terraced area with tables and chairs. Used for socialising, barbeques and outdoor dining during the summer months.
The outdoor sports pitch is available to use at evenings and weekends. The sports cupboard is located nearby and contains basic sporting equipment.
The dining hall is open for breakfast and dinner on weekdays and for breakfast, lunch and high tea on weekends. For religious or dietary reasons, special diets can be catered for by the catering staff.
The communal kitchenette area, with fridges, microwave ovens and kettles, provides residents the facilities to prepare basic meals any time of the day.
On each floor of the Main Hall and New Wing, there are two bathrooms with showers, toilets and wash basins. Bathrooms are cleaned Monday to Friday and provide privacy for several users at a time.
A small gym, equipped with a Concept 2 D rowing machine and two Keiser M3 spin bikes, is accessible at evenings and weekends.
Bicycle Garage and Car Park
For students wishing to keep a bicycle at Netherhall, a dedicated garage with docking points can be used, accessible from the car park. Each bicycle stored needs to be registered through the bicycle garage online form.
Students or guests who wish to make use of the car park need to register their vehicle through the car park online form.