Cryfield Farmhouse makes up part of the residential facility of the IAS. It is a Grade II listed Farmhouse, situated on central campus. Some parts of this site date back to Palaeolithic times, with the modern house having been built in 17th century. From 1991 until 2015 The Farmhouse served as the Vice Chancellor’s residence. Cryfield Farmhouse offers wi-fi enabled en-suite double bedrooms located on the first floor, with communal kitchen, laundry, dining room and a common living room.
More on the history of Cryfield Farmhouse can be found here.