"William Temple House is both a hidden gem and a sanctuary for students in London. Driven by a genuine passion for making the student experience here a positive one, residents are cared for- not exploited. The attention to detail and thoughtfulness of the staff allows you to build a community of friends from all over the world, without all the stresses accommodation can bring. William Temple House is a fantastic introduction to London, and also a gateway to the rest of the world as it fosters true connections and friendships among the residents.
Kiera Oluwunmi, Northern Ireland (University of Law, Bar Professional Training Course. Resident 2018-2019)
"For me, William Temple House was my home away from home. I got the opportunity to make friends across borders, to get to know different cultures, and to grow as a person through the support, warmth, and respect of the people at that house. We have a saying in Lebanon: A house is made by its people, and indeed, WTH is a living example of that."
Anna Maria Daou, Lebanon (King's College, MA Conflict Studies in Divided Societies. Resident 2017-2018)
"William Temple House is an absolute standout of a highlight during my time in London. Far more than simply a hostel for university students, it's a warmhearted refuge from the cold London rain, a 24/7 support network, and a wicked haunt to throw awesome themed parties! The staff go above and beyond to ensure each resident feels welcome and comfortable during their stay. The friendships you will make in these sacred halls last a lifetime."
Scott Myers, USA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, MA Classical Acting for the Professional Theatre. Resident 2017-2018)
"I've had a fantastic experience staying at WTH. Everyone was warm and welcoming making it a great place to make friends whilst focussing on a degree. Despite no longer being a student I find myself visiting again and again."
Ishan Abeysekera, Sri Lanka (Imperial College, Earthquake Engineering Graduate. Resident 2011-2014)
"William Temple House was instantly home away from home for me. Apart from its great location the house seemed large and yet was small enough to know everyone! With students from all backgrounds and ages, studying a variety of subjects , I met so many interesting people and made friends for life. I was lucky to have a fantastic room mate and one of the best rooms in the house (107), with our own balcony... and wait it gets better, over looking our massive private WTH garden."
Arathi Menon-Veilex, India (London College of Fashion Graduate. Resident 2009-2011)