Guide to Halls: St. Regulus’ Annexe

St Regulus' Annexe is one of the smallest halls in the univeristy and therefore tends to house an eclectic mix of students. With a large garden around the back, it has a huge kitchen for group drinking (and eating, I suppose!), plus very handy first-floor windows to climb through when you lose your keys. It basically caters perfectly for drunk freshers!

Pros: The cleaning ladies who like to lash! It's also less strict than the larger halls and easier to make friends, due to it's size!

Cons: The fifteen-minute walk to do your laundry, plus it can begin to feel a little claustrophobic as the year goes on…

Beware of… Cats climbing through your windows.

Eat: Sticky Toffee Pudding, without a shadow of a doubt.

Nearest watering hole: The Rule – which serves a great full English breakfast for just £3.50

Quality of rooms: Extremely varied – from palatial to shoe-box sized.

Don't miss: Parties in the kitchen!