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Cabot House

The Maltings

Formerly used for drying grain, this four-storey, converted 19th Century Maltings, is now fully modernized and houses the main office, dining and laundry facilities.

Bedroom arrangements are as follows:

  • 20 twin bedrooms with en-suite shower and toilets (rooms are convertible to single accommodation if required).
  • 1 purpose designed wheelchair-accessible bedroom with en-suite shower, toilet, telephone and computer point.

Students are encouraged to contact the Blundon Centre at least six months before travelling to Harlow if they have any accommodation requirements due to a disability. For more information, visit www.mun.ca/blundon

Please inform us as early as possible if you have any specific accommodation requirements due to disability. We will do everything we can to ensure that you have an enjoyable stay at Harlow.

Cabot House

This two-storey, 17th century cottage is now a self-contained residence. While it has retained its antique charm, it is now equipped with kitchen, dining room, TV lounge and study area.

The bedroom arrangements are as follows:

  • 4 twin rooms on the first floor with shared washroom facilities
  • 2 single rooms on the ground floor with shared washroom facilities

44/46 Market Street

Formally a Butchers shop and flat, this property was acquired in 1973 and converted into two seperate apartments.

  • 44 Market Street - is a self contained two bedroom apartment close to the main Campus buildings.
    Facilites include a fully equipped kitchen, lounge area with TV and internet access point, two twin bedded rooms and separate shower room.
  • 46 Market Street - has all the same facilities as 44 but with one double bedded room and one twin bedded room.

These properties are mainly used by faculty, but can be rented out for holiday residents when not in use.

St Johns House

Formally a Victorian School building dating around 1870, St Johns House was converted into a lecture room with catering facilites and faculty office, this area is used as classroom space for visiting faculty and as a conference facility.
The adjoining St Johns Cottage provides accommodation for visiting faculty.

St Johns Cottage is a two storey building, with a fully equipped kitchen, two reception rooms (one with internet access point, the other with TV) one double bedded room & one twin bedded room, bathroom and a small courtyard area to the rear of the property.

This properties again is mainly used by faculty, but can also be rented out for holiday residents when not in use.

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