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Looking for a modern student accommodation in Bath? It is an affordable and convenient city for students to live in and has plenty to offer. With Unilodgers, you get to choose from 700+ student rooms options with amenities that will make university life better. All of our student apartments offer a unique upscale take on student living with a variety of partially and fully furnished housing options and floorplans. Choose a comfortable and budget-friendly flat to live starting from £253 per week only on Unilodgers. Here are the type of student rooms available:
Shared rooms: Students share a bathroom, kitchen, and common space
Private rooms: Offer a personal study space and shared common kitchen and living room
Studio flats: Offer complete privacy with a sleeping area, study space, bathroom, and kitchen
Entire housing: Offers a bedroom, study space, ensuite bathroom, and wardrobe
The vibe here at Bath is a unique mix of vintage-modern. It’s a warm and student-friendly city so you’ll feel at home in no time. Besides, there’ll barely be any time to miss home. Scrumptious food, cultural diversity, jovial people and the many opportunities to grow academically and professionally make this city the perfect destination for uni. Most of the student houses Bath are centrally located with Bath Spa University, University Of Bath close by.
Cost of living: The student halls Bath totally know how to spoil new students moving to the city! To give you an idea the entry range for a night club is around £5 to £10
Student-friendly locations: Bath is full of student-friendly neighbourhoods. You will find many accommodations that will meet all your requirements
Rent for students: We understand the needs of a student. Keeping that in mind, our student flats to rent in Bath starts from £253 and have offers up to £500 to make it affordable and convenient.
Due to the numerous Roman-built baths and hot springs that can be found in this magnificent city, it is also known as a Spa Heritage town. You now know the origins of Bath's name.
Culture and vibe: Make way to the historical Pulteney Bridge, which is one of the only 4 bridges in the world, of its kind. On a sunny day out, you could go for a canal boat ride on the Avon River, and if you’re feeling adventurous; cycle your way through a 13-mile loop called the Bath Two Tunnel Circuit. It is also the longest cycle tunnel in Britain.
Parks: Situated close to the Scottish Highlands, Glasgow offers scenic beauty with parks like Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow Green, and the Botanic Gardens
Festivals: The city hosts many festivals throughout the year like the Glasgow International Comedy Festival and West End Film Festival, to name a few.
Restaurants, Cafes and Bars: You can be rest assured the nightlife at Bath is great as it offers a wide variety of bars and restaurants that offer great student discounts such as Rat and Parrot and Belushi’s. If you love live music performances then you must check out Moles and; if in the mood for some stand- up comedy visit Komedia or the Chapel Arts Centre. Don’t miss out on Boater – a cellar and beer garden, just off Pulteney Bridge.
The city is also well connected by all types of public transport so getting around when you’re in the mood to explore is easy-peasy.
Train: Glasgow has a well-connected rail network. A single ticket usually costs around £14.40
Bus: National Express provides bus services to and from Bristol, Wells, Salisbury, and other nearby cities. Faresaver Bus also provides service to a number of nearby towns. Bath Bus Company provides open-top double-decker bus tours throughout the city. The Bath Spa Railway Station, which has regular connections to Exeter, London, Plymouth, and Cardiff Central, is the city's main bus station.