Why Live In Halls?
Trinity Hall – An Ideal Place to Stay
Trinity Hall is an official residence of Trinity College that is recommended for all students but particularly for new entrants to College.
There is a vibrant sense of community at Trinity Hall with an active Junior Common Room which organises a diverse range of activities making the Hall an ideal place to make friends and get acquainted. But there are more than the social activities to consider as Trinity Hall is organised as an academic community with the appropriate supports and just the right amount of reasonable regulation.
Trinity Hall Modern Rooms
The modern accommodation consists of single bedroom and shared twin bedded ensuite rooms which are grouped in apartments accommodating typically, 6 persons. These apartments include a well fitted kitchen/living room. Central heating is provided throughout and cooking is by electricity.
Trinity Hall Standard Rooms
Cunningham House which was built in the early 1970's, is made up of five houses containing 68 single study bedrooms each with a wash hand basin and access to shared bathroom facilities. Bedrooms are grouped around a communal kitchen and dining area for that house, with houses being specifically allocated to either male or female students only.
Advantages of Trinity Hall over private rented accommodation.
- A modern development in the form of apartments with en-suite bedrooms. More economical rooms are also available.
- A tenancy that is tailored to the length of your academic programme and therefore there is no need to commit to a 12 month tenancy agreement.
- An all-inclusive utility charge that includes power, light, heat, TV & unlimited Internet access.
- Internet in every bedroom connected to the College network.
- 24 Hour on-site security services backed up by College wardens.
- Central social and recreational facilities (including TV lounges, quiet reading space, games areas, bookable group-use facilities, music practice areas and study areas at exams times).
- TCD college operated PAC room on site (Public Access Computers), for residents use only which contains college networked PC’s and coin-less printing facilities
- An on-site convenience shop, operated by Rehab Enterprises.
- On site coin operated self-service Laundry, 14 washing machines and 14 dryers.
- Dedicated student society for the residents, run by the residents – targeted at helping residents integrate into hall and college life; and organise social activities for Hall residents.
- A number of on site parking spaces for residents
- Serviced by the Luas line and several bus routes.