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Archwood House

Number of Rooms
393 rooms: 343 bedrooms, 50 studios
Tenancy Length
50 weeks
£195.50 - £317 per week
Rooms with shared bathrooms, ensuite rooms, studios, mobility adaptable studios. Flats shared between 8 - 10 students
Cinema room, games room, common room, outdoor space


We're really excited to welcome Archwood House to our halls' portfolio in September 2022. Built exclusively for UAL students, the building is a new development, with modern features and furnishings throughout. It is located in Camberwell, which is an ideal location for students studying at Camberwell College of Arts, and London College of Communication. It is also a short bus ride or cycle into the centre of London.

Travel times

  • Camberwell College of Arts: 5-minute bike ride / 12-minute bus journey / 18-minute walk
  • Central Saint Martins: 35-minute bike ride/ 41-minute train trip
  • Chelsea College of Arts: 19-minute bike ride / 37-minute bus journey / 41-minute train trip
  • London College of Communication: 13-minute bike ride / 23-train trip / 19-minute bus journey/ 45-minute walk
  • London College of Fashion: 33-minute train / 32-minute bike ride / 1-hour bus journey /
  • Wimbledon College of Arts: 52-minute train trip / 47-minute bike ride

Please note travel times are based on nearest College.


Peckham Hill Street,
SE15 5JT

Travel zone: 2
Nearest tube: Peckham Rye
Nearest train station: Peckham Rye

Archwood House

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Please be advised that images in our photo gallery, including those seen in the films and virtual tours, are for guidance only. Our individual studios, bedrooms, kitchens, and communal area layouts vary considerably and may not look exactly as the images are shown.

Prices and sizes

Standard tenancies at Archwood House are for 50 weeks.

  • Standard rooms (shared bathroom) are £195.50 per week, £9,775 in total. They are approximately 10 metres squared and have 3/4 size beds.
  • Standard rooms are £233.50 per week, £11,675 in total. They are approximately 13 metres squared and have 3/4 size beds.
  • Studios are £293.50 per week, £14,675 in total. They are approximately between 14 and 17 metres squared and have 3/4 size beds.
  • Large studios are £317 per week, £15,850 in total. They are approximately between 19 and 27 metres squared and have double beds.
  • Large studio (mobility adaptable) are £233.50 per week, £11,675 in total. They are approximately 27 metres squared and has a double bed.

What's included

  • 3/4 or double sized bed, wardrobe, desk, chair, bookcase and storage space
  • Internet access in every bedroom at no extra cost
  • Laundry facilities
  • Study area
  • Bookable lounge
  • Common room
  • Cinema room
  • Games room
  • Bike storage
  • Contents insurance
  • 24-hour staff presence
  • Halls Reps living onsite


Arcwhood House is owned and managed by University of the Arts London. This hall is signed up to the ANUK code of practice.

Kinetics accessibility statement

The application process is performed via Kinetics. To find out more visit Kinetics accessibility statement.

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Nearby halls

  • Photo of the outside of a Brooke Hall building

    Brooke Hall

    Brooke Hall is just a 20-minute walk from Camberwell College of Arts and short bus rides from both London College of Communications and Chelsea College of Arts.

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    Gardens House

    Gardens House is a brand new development opened for the 2017/18 academic year, exclusively for UAL students and is less than a minute’s walk from Camberwell College of Arts.

  • Photo of the exterior of Portland House and the lawn

    Portland House

    Set in the heart of Camberwell, Portland House is made up of four 18th century Grade II listed buildings that have recently been refurbished.