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Only a five-minute walk to Brockley Train Station.
Located in Brockley, a leafy residential area of south-east London, Raymont Hall, Goldsmiths Student Village offers a relaxed and picturesque base.
Just a twenty-minute walk from Goldsmiths, University of London campus, Raymont Hall is popular with both undergraduates and postgraduates from a range of different nationalities and degree programmes.
The modern accommodation is split across four buildings and is home to en-suite rooms and one self-contained studio: as well as a large outdoor garden on the grounds with lots of recreational space. The area is one of Raymont Hall’s best features along with great friendly staff who are available 24/7.
With quirky cafes, parks, classic pubs and the trendiest bars in close vicinity, plus great transport links getting you into London centre, there’s plenty to explore.
Included in cost
- All rent and energy costs fixed
- 24/7 Security
- Free events
- Contents insurance
- Exclusively for Goldsmiths, University of London students
- Furniture and private study space
- Common room
- Bike storage
- Laundry facilities
- Goldsmiths exclusive
- Free Wi-Fi
Explore your new neighbourhood
Found in Lewisham, in Zone 2, Raymont Hall offers fantastic transport across the expansive concrete environment. Only 15 minutes to walk to Goldsmiths, University of London, and even closer to Hilly Fields Park and Brockley Overground station, the connections from Raymont Hall are optimised for your studies and exploration.
Of course, the list of places to explore in London can be overwhelming. But when you’re looking for unique events, attractions, or just a new local you won’t go wrong starting from Raymont Hall.
Are you an international student?
Whether you want to know about ways you can pay your rent, how to apply for a visa or how you can get your luggage delivered, plenty of international students come to us with similar questions.
We’ve got answers, helpful tips, and handy tricks to help you get your head around life in the United Kingdom.