I suggest asking your recruitment agent this information. Bachelor housing is designed for those on bachelor status (i.e. wife and family not in the country) so you will find this difficult to achieve in the format you describe above.
Thanks Trebbie, I've received the offer now but asked for clarification. The agent does think that any having family staying (during UK school holidays) is possible although I'm not convinced she actually knows for sure. T
When you say that Bachelor housing is designed for those on bachelor status, can you provide a bit more detail. Is this related to policy, access to facilities or the size of accommodation? I understand that housing is not assigned until two weeks before arrival however surely there is a minimum floor size and typically are they one or two bedrooms? Any info would help here.
A bachelor is a married man whose family is not in kingdom. In that scenario you can probably guess how many bedrooms you would need (and therefore be allocated!) and the problems that could cause in having anyone come to stay... Floor size will vary to an extent by grade code as you might expect. Ask your recruiter for more detail, I was provided accurate information on this topic by mine.