Accommodation

Hayward

Band: D
Room Numbers: All room numbers begin with H and are proceeded by 3 digits, the first indicates the staircase number and the last two numbers specify the room number.

Occupants: Almost entirely First Years

Hayward rooms are organised into seven staircases with two rooms and a shared bathroom on each floor. The number of floors varies from only two in H7 up to four in H1. The view from all Hayward rooms is good, thanks to floor to ceiling windows, and they receive excellent light for most of the day. The view is better higher up but by way of recompense the bottom floor rooms are slightly larger and far less effort to move in to. Every room is equipped with a small sink, a large fridge and a counter area perfect for a microwave or preparing food. The rooms also feature a large sofa (various colours available) that is plenty big enough for guests to sleep on.

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De Breyne

Band: D
Room Numbers: All room numbers begin with DB and are proceeded by 3 digits, the first indicates the staircase number and the last two numbers specify the room number.

Occupants: Almost entirely First Years

Identical to Hayward rooms in all respects besides having a view that is mostly comprised of a tree and the other side of the building. There are also enormous corner rooms fitted with a larger counter area.

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Pusey

Pusey has a mixture of newly refurbished and non-refurbished rooms so show more variety than Liddon rooms. Most rooms are en-suite but none come with a fridge, although two corridors have a shared kitchenette.

There are two main areas of Pusey: Lodge Side and West Side.

Lodge Side

Bands: E and F
Room Numbers: All room numbers are 4 digits long with a 0 as the second digit. The first digit denotes the floor number ('1' is the ground floor) and the final two numbers indicate the room number.

Occupants: Mostly Second Years

These rooms have been newly refurbished this year and are very similar to the refurbished Liddon rooms, with all having en-suites and some with double beds. Half of the rooms are being refurbished this year so are not available as accommodation.

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West Side

Bands: Mostly E (4 A/C Rooms)
Room Numbers: All room numbers are 4 digits long with a 2 as the second digit. The first digit denotes the floor number ('1' is the ground floor) and the final two numbers indicate the room number.

Occupants: Second Years and First Years

All rooms are en suite apart besides four rooms on the second floor and all these bar one have a sink in the room. These rooms vary less in style, the only difference being that some have double beds.

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Liddon

There are three sides of Liddon quad which contain accommodation: Chapel Side, Lodge Side and West Side.

West Side

Bands: F
Room Numbers: All room numbers are 4 digits long with a 5 as the second digit. The first digit denotes the floor number ('1' is the ground floor) and the final two numbers indicate the room number.

Occupants: Mostly Second Years

West side rooms are some of the nicest in college with spacious interiors and excellent views on both sides of the building. They have recently been refurbished and there is little variation between the rooms, all of which are en suite and contain a fridge.

Chapel Side

Bands: C, D, E and F
Room Numbers: All room numbers are 4 digits long with a 7 as the second digit. The first digit denotes the floor number ('1' is the ground floor) and the final two numbers indicate the room number.

Occupants: Second Years and First Years

Internally, chapel side rooms are almost identical to west side rooms. The only differences being colour (chapel side are green), and that the end two rooms of each corridor share a bathroom. There is quite a variety of price bands due to the 'street/quad facing' and 'shared/en suite' differences in rooms.

Lodge Side

Bands: All Bands
Room Numbers: All room numbers are 4 digits long with a 8 as the second digit. The first digit denotes the floor number ('1' is the ground floor) and the final two numbers indicate the room number.

Occupants: Second Years and First Years

All first and second floor rooms have been refurbished and as such will look very similar to other Liddon rooms. However, the ground and top floor rooms are quite small and almost all share a bathroom, these rooms are in bands A to D and are aesthetically similar to the older, non-refurbished Pusey rooms.

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Sloane Robinson

Band: D and E
Room Numbers:: All room numbers begin with SR and are proceeded by 3 digits, the first denoting the floor and the last the room number. (Note that the 'first' floor of accommodation starts on the second floor of the building)

Occupants: Almost entirely First Years

Sloane Robinson is the newest building in Keble and the modern design of the rooms reflects this. All rooms are en suite and quite spacious, although none have fridges. The storage facilities are lacking in comparison to other rooms, so you may consider bringing some boxes to go under the bed as drawers.

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ARCO

No first or second years live in ARCO - this is reserved solely for third years who live in college.

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