Lindsay Hall, Keele University
Lindsay Hall, situated between Keele village & central campus offering room only ensuite accommodation with TV, Wi-fi & gym.
Lindsay Hall is at the south of the campus, and overlooks the adjacent farmland. More than 100,000 visitors, guests and delegates enjoy the campus throughout the year at a variety of conferences and events, as Keele University is firmly established as one of the country’s top academic venues.
Situated within walking distance of Keele Village and offering regular buses from various points on Campus, into Newcastle Under Lyme (2 miles) which has a large shopping area, theatre, cinema, bars, restaurants and night life.
Offering room only single ensuite accommodation which includes a Queen's size 4ft bed and a bathroom with shower only, Wi-Fi, and refreshment tray.
History to the present day
Lindsay Hall takes its name from Lord Lindsay who was Master of Balliol College, Oxford, and founder of Keele University.
Food and Drinks
On Campus, there is a range of restaurants, including The Refectory, CB's Grab and Go and Chancellor's Café. (Please note that out of term time, not all of the campus restaurant facilities will be open).
A short walk from Campus takes you to Keele Village where you will find the historic Sneyd Arms, a traditional English pub with all the favourites of pub food and local ales.
Grounds and gardens
Within the Campus, you will find the magnificent 19th Century Keele Hall with its rolling lawns, seven lakes and Italian gardens. The Hall grounds are open to the public, serving refreshments, lunches and is available to host anything from small meetings to international conferences, award celebrations and family gatherings.
Guests can enjoy the grounds, a perfect place to relax and unwind, perhaps reading a book under a tree or enjoying a picnic.
In Lindsay Court, you will find a launderette, bicycle storage, and recycling points. The campus has it's own post office, bank and various food shops onsite. Guests can also take advantage of the sports facilities including fitness courts and gym.
Arrival information and how to find us
Address: Keele University, Keele, Staffordshire, Newcastle-under-Lyme, ST5 5BG, United Kingdom
Check In: From 2.00pm Check Out: By 9.30am
Please arrive at Keele Management Centre reception in Keele village to pick up your keys. For SatNav users please use ST5 5AD. A parking permit will need to be displayed in your car windscreen and can be picked up from the reception on arrival.
By Car: From M6 Junction 15 or 16 head for Newcastle-under-Lyme. From Newcastle-under-Lyme follow signs for the A525 to Whitchurch; you will find the main entrance to the University on this road.
From the north: Leave the M6 at Junction 16 signed the A500/Alton Towers. At the motorway roundabout turn right onto the A500 for Crewe and Nantwich. The University is signposted from here and the journey time via the A500/A531 and A525 is about 20 minutes.
From the south: Leave the M6 at Junction 15 and follow the signs for the A519 into Newcastle-under-Lyme. The University is signed from the first roundabout.
From the west: Follow signs for the A525.
By Rail: For national train times and enquiries go to: www.nationalrail.co.uk
The nearest railways stations to Keele are:Stoke-on-Trent (5 miles/8km)
Crewe (12 miles/19km)
By Bus and Taxis: The number 25 bus leaves for Keele from a bus stop opposite Stoke station every 10-15 minutes during the day and less frequently in the evenings. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes. A taxi from outside the station directly to the University will cost around £10 and the journey should take 15 -20 minutes.
By Air: Manchester Airport is nearest to Keele and is about 35 miles (56km) away. These are also within close proximity to Keele Birmingham International Airport, East Midlands Airport, Liverpool John Lennon Airport.