Digby Stuart College Information and Photos
- Type And Size
- Roehampton University
- 450 rooms
- Erasmus House London 80 Roehampton Lane Roehampton SW15 5PU
Digby Stuart College
Retreat from the noise of Central London in the evenings and stay at tranquil Digby Stuart College on the Roehampton University Campus. On the doorstep of unspoilt Richmond Park (with its own open spaces and lakes you can make the most of), Digby Stuart College in South West London opens its doors during August and September so that you can stay in its cheap London accommodation when the students have gone home for the summer. There’s 24 hour security on campus and coin operated launderettes.
As the single rooms at Digby Stuart College (with shared bathroom or ensuite shower and toilet) are arranged in units of between 6-9 rooms, this accommodation is ideal if you’re travelling alone or in a group. Each set of rooms shares a modern kitchen with microwave, iron and board and limited utensils, and a lounge area. You will find all the basic furniture, bed linen and towels in your room that you need, as well as wireless internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and toiletries.
Digby Stuart College boarders beautiful Richmond Park which has over 1000 hectares of unspoilt countryside and over 650 roaming wild deer. You can relax here, or head to the expanse of Wimbledon Common in nearby Wimbledon (home of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships). You can also travel with ease to places like Hampton Court Palace, the London Wetlands Centre and Kew Gardens. When you want to explore Central London you can make use of the excellent bus, tube and train network.
Digby Stuart College Facilities
Biscuits / Central Heating / Conference Rooms / Desk / Desk & Lamp / Elevator/Lift Access / Family Friendly / Fire Escape / Fridge / Gardens / Ground Floor Access / Internet Terminals in Rooms / Iron & Board / Kitchenette / Laundry / Microwave / Parking / Self-Catering Kitchen / Shampoo / Shared Kitchen / Shower / Sitting Area / Smoke Detectors / Tea & Coffee / Tennis / Toilet / Wash Basin / Wireless Internet Access
Free parking is available at Digby Stuart College and please request this at time of booking.
- Work / Study facilities
Conference facilities are available at Digby Stuart College, including meeting rooms with audio visual equipment and catering.
Some rooms are suitable for disabled guests with easy ground floor access and also a lift to all floors.
- Check in / Check out
Check in from: 14:00
Check out by: 11:00
TravelStay Prices and Discounts
- By Train
Catch a train to Barnes Train Station. You will need to catch a bus from here to get to Digby Stuart College.
- By Car
Get onto the A3 and then turn onto the A306 Roehampton Lane. You will soon spot Roehampton University on your left, which is where Digby Stuart College is located.
Alternatively, travel on the A205 South Circular westbound and turn left onto the A306 Roehampton Lane. Digby Stuart College (on the Roehampton University Campus) will be on your right.
- By Tube
The closest tube stations to Digby Stuart College are Hammersmith Tube Station on the District, Piccadilly and Hammersmith & City lines, and Putney Bridge Tube Station on the District line. You will need to catch a bus from either of these tube stations to get to Digby Stuart College.
- By Bus
From Barnes Train Station catch the number 72 or 265 bus and get off at Roehampton University which is opposite Queen Mary’s Hospital.
From Hammersmith Tube Station go up to the first floor of the shopping centre and catch the number 72 bus to Queen Mary’s Hospital on Roehampton Lane. This is opposite Roehampton University, where Digby Stuart College is situated.
From Putney Bridge Tube Station, take the main exit and catch the number 265 bus to Roehampton University where you will find Digby Stuart College.
Digby Stuart College ReviewsBased on 1 Hotel Reviews
Digby Stuart College is a pretty standard university halls of residence. They're in a nice surrounding area though with Richmond Park nearby which is great for a walk. I stayed for a quick visit to see some family and found everything about the halls acceptable - they're not luxury accommodation but are clean, tidy and feel safe.