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    I'm torn between central halls and woodland halls! I'm not able to visit Teesside until the June open day so I need to decide without having visited them. So, I was wondering which ones you guys were choosing and if anybody has been to look at them
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    I would say that central halls is the best out of those two. I've put it down as my first choice. The rooms are decent size and it has a little ensuite too


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    I'm torn between central halls and woodland halls! I'm not able to visit Teesside until the June open day so I need to decide without having visited them. So, I was wondering which ones you guys were choosing and if anybody has been to look at them
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    Honestly, I've been in rooms of both and I'd definitely say Central. Woodlands rooms are literally tiny, with Central they were just refurbished last year so you'll be paying for a fresh, clean interior. The rooms aren't huge but are cosy and the ensuite bathrooms are quite nice. Also I don't think the price differs massively (if at all?)
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    Avoid woodlands! I've heard nothing but bad things about it. Central halls and parkside west and east village are also good
 
 
 
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