Mountain Halls Room
We have a range of accommodation options and aim to support your personal preferences in relation to accessibility, Welsh speaking, single gender, alcohol free and quiet flats.
Space to focus and horizons to explore
Live and study in a friendly, community atmosphere. Not only is it convenient, but it's competitively priced too.
Located at the top of our Treforest campus, where each block is named after Wales's most iconic mountains, here you can enjoy the picturesque views of Pontypridd and the surrounding area.
Mountain Halls Room
Type: Standard Room (En-suite)
Location: Treforest campus
Cost: £143 per week - 40 week contract (51 weeks available on request)
Room Size: 12.5 m2 (approximately)
Number of rooms: 360
- Closest proximity to the campus amenities
- 24-hour Staffing and CCTV Coverage
- Controlled access door entry system
- Short walk from the Student's Union, FitZone Centre, Treforest Train Station, Pontypridd Town Centre
- Self-service launderette
Note: Please ensure a 40-week Halls contract is suitable for your studies, if you wish to finish earlier, you will need to find alternative accommodation. (Your academic school will be able to confirm when your course ends).
How do I apply for accommodation?
We will contact you and invite you to apply for your accommodation within two weeks of firmly accepting your offer.
- En-suite study bedroom with ¾ bed
- Shower room consisting of shower, wash basin and toilet
- Desk and chair
- Wardrobe and storage
- Shared kitchen-diner and lounge space equipped with TV, cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle, and iron/ironing board
- Broadband internet connection (with Wi-Fi capability)
- Utilities such as heating, and electricity included
- Contents insurance
- ResiLife Programme
What's not included
- Crockery and cutlery
Halls of Residence Regulations
Students living in halls at our Pontypridd campus agree to abide by the Regulations and Conditions of Occupancy, which form part of the Halls Licence Agreement.
It is important that you familiarise yourself with the Regulations and Conditions of Occupancy before moving in.
The halls of residence are situated at the top of a steep hill, which may cause an issue for students with mobility problems. If you are interested in living in University Halls of Residence, you will need to discuss in advance any specific provisions, such as extra shelving or desk space, extra power sockets for equipment, space for a guide dog or vibratory and flashing fire alarms.
On-campus accommodation suitable for wheelchair users is available. If you have an impairment you may wish to visit the campus in advance. Please contact The Disability and Dyslexia Service to arrange this.