Where is it?
Ffriddoedd Village is our largest accommodation village and is located in Upper Bangor. It's about 5 minutes’ walk from the train station and the Main University Building. The city centre is 10 minutes’ walk away.
What's on site?
There are around 2,000 rooms, the majority offering en-suite accommodation. There is one standard hall, Neuadd Reichel, which has shared bathrooms.
The village has a shop, laundrettes and common rooms, Bar Uno café bar and Canolfan Brailsford sport centre. There is on-site security 24 hours a day and a team of mentors to help you.
Prices includes all bills (including Wi-Fi, heating, electricity and water), gym membership and Campus Life membership.
Canolfan Brailsford Sport Centre
Canolfan Brailsford, the University's sport and leisure centre is located at Ffriddoedd. Indoor facilities include three gyms with the latest equipment, spin studios, sports halls, squash, tennis, netball and basketball courts and a climbing wall. Outdoors there are astro turf and grass football pitches.
At the heart of the Ffriddoedd student accommodation, Bar Uno offers a diverse range of entertainment, hot meals and drinks, including Starbucks coffee. Open daily from 11am until late, Bar Uno is a great place to meet new people, relax and have a catch up with friends. It also has six TV screens connected to Sky Sports & BT Sports, so you won't miss out on any sporting events!
Ffriddoedd Village accommodation
All our accommodation is self-catering. Click on the hall names below for more details, including videos and virtual tours of the facilities, contract length and price.
The halls below are of a similar design to each other. They’re all ensuite rooms with kitchens shared between 8 students. There is typically one large room per flat which is available at an additional cost. These blocks were built in 2007/2008 and are our most recently renovated on the Ffriddoedd Village.
The halls below also contain ensuite rooms with kitchens shared between 8 students and are centrally located in our Ffriddoedd Village. These blocks were built in the late 1990s and are therefore slightly cheaper than the above halls.
Neuadd Reichel has around 120 rooms, with shared kitchens and bathrooms. It has a mix of standard, larger and small rooms.
Neuadd John Morris-Jones (JMJ)
Neuadd JMJ is primarily for Welsh speaking and Welsh learning undergraduate students. It has en-suite bedrooms and shared kitchens.