Our Northop accommodation
Visiting Northop for a meeting, conference or event? We have a number rooms available out of term-time in Corbishley Hall, the campus' student accommodation. In each generously-sized room you will find bed linen and towels, and there are shared bathroom facilities. Rooms adapted to meet the needs of visitors with disabilities are also available.
Corbishley Hall has communal facilities including a common room, and outside there is a patio area with a BBQ, the perfect place for socialising on sunny evenings. Residents also have shared use of kitchens and dining rooms. Complimentary wifi is available throughout, and there is also free parking available across the site. Check out our virtual tour of Corbishley Hall here.
If you are looking to organise a residential conference, or are an individual delegate looking for somewhere to stay, please get in touch with our Conference Services team, who will be happy to help.
Other Glyndŵr University accommodation
If you're happy to travel a bit further, we have a variety of room-only or bed and breakfast accommodation available on our Wrexham site, all at very competitive rates.
Our 500 halls of residence bedrooms are available to hire during the University summer holidays. There is limited accommodation availability during term time, however talk to us and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Hotels and guesthouses
In addition to the University's accommodation, there are a number of hotels and guesthouses nearby that we can recommend, including the elegant Soughton Hall, and Northop Hall Country House Hotel.
An ideal location
The historic village of Northop is conveniently situated just off the A55, and less than 15 miles from both Wrexham and Chester. Our on-site accommodation is located adjacent to the campus' main building, where the conference facilities can be found, and the campus itself is a short walk from the centre of the village.
Northop provides the ideal location for residential conferences, with a wealth of nearby attractions to offer delegates, including the Grade I listed Gladstone's Library in Hawarden and the medieval castle at Flint, as well as numerous walking and cycling routes, as well as the stunning 18-hole championship golf course at Northop Country Park.