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Gym

Trinity Hall has it's very own gym space. Contact our Sports Officer, Stefano, for more details on what equipment is available in the gym. Be sure to keep an eye on our Sports page for upcoming gym classes and sports events in Hall. Gym classes are a great way to meet new people and have fun!

Smiles, Convenience Store

We are very lucky at Hall to have our very own on-site convenience store. Complete with basic food, drinks, stationary and other essentials (as well as weekly deals) Smiles is very popular with residents. They accept card and cash. Smiles is run by Rehab Enterprises, which you can find out more about at the link below.

Opening Hours

Communal Areas

Oldham boasts many social spaces - including a TV lounge (known to showcase the All-Ireland Finals, Eurovision and The Late Late Toy Show), quiet reading spaces, games areas, bookable group-use facilities, music practice rooms, a welfare space, a sports hall, squash courts, a botany area and study areas at exam times. ​

Laundry

To the left of Oldham you can find a Laundry room with 14 washing machines and 14 driers. A wash costs 4EURO, and a drier costs 1EURO. Washes take 40 minutes, and driers take around the same.

Computers & Printers

Located on the top floor of Oldham, there is a computer suite ran by IT Services. Complete with printers it is the perfect space to study or print your assignments. The printers are operated by TCD Print, and require you to have topped up your TCard with printing credit. 

On-Site Parking

There is a certain amount of on-site parking for residents. It is quite strictly controlled so be careful! In order to receive a parking permit, a €50 fully refundable deposit must be left with the accommodation office – this will be returned once the permit is returned to the accommodation office when the resident leaves Hall. There is ample bicycle parking - however, we would recommend investing in a good lock as theft can happen.

Nearby Luas and Bus Stops

From Hall it takes about 50 minutes to walk to the city centre. Milltown Luas Stop is a seven minute walk, which is the fastest and cheapest way to travel. The 140 Dublin Bus Stop is a 1 minute walk from Hall, but buses run more infrequently, every 15 minutes, and are more expensive. For more details, see the link below.

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