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Book student accommodation in Cambridge with the world’s largest student housing provider. You can choose from over 3000+ student rooms options in Cambridge. No booking fee. Best deal guaranteed! Explore student housing options which include ensuites, studios, shared rooms, student halls and student flats that meets your budget from accommodations ranging from - £199 per week and get offers up to £300. Here are the type of student accommodations 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 student apartment: Offers a bedroom, study space, ensuite bathroom, and wardrobe
We’ve got the perfect home away from home for you near University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin. Home to the second oldest university in all English speaking countries, this city is nothing less than a dream come true for students. With its victorian libraries, campuses, fascinating history and stories of notable alumni associated with it, Cambridge captivates all. The best ways to explore the city is by punting in the middle of it at River Cam or on a cycle. Hog on a full English Breakfast at Broadway Buttery, indulge in an elegant afternoon English Tea with your friends at Orchard Tea Garden or just kick back and relax at the club lounge or common room of your student residence Cambridge.
Cost of living: The cost of living in Cambridge is highly dependent on the location you pick. With Unilodgers, you don’t have to worry about the amenities because everything is included with the rent.
Student-friendly locations: Cambridge is full of student-friendly neighbourhoods. We recommend starting your apartment search from Castle Street, Histon Road and Newmarket Road.
Rent for students: The city offers a large range of affordable student housing options. You get the safest accommodations with spacious rooms and a comfy stay starting at just £199 and with offers up to £300 with Unilodgers.
Captivating structures aside, the city gets a good rap for its picturesque scenery, wide-as-roads walking/cycling paths, and eclectic nightlife.
Culture and Heritage: Cambridge has a rich cultural heritage, which can be seen in the marvellous architecture of the King’s College Chapel, St, Peter’s Chapel, Mathematical Bridge, Bridge of Sighs and Great St. Mary’s Church. You can visit various museums such as the Fitzwilliam Museum, Museum of Cambridge or the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology to dwell deeper into the city’s history.
Parks and Picnics: You can enjoy a sunny day at the Jesus Park or Cambridge University Botanical Gardens with your friends over a picnic or go punting, a favourite past time among students.
Festivals: You can be a part of a number of cultural events that take place throughout the year such as the 800-year-old Midsummer Fest; Europe’s largest and longest-running; Cambridge Folk Festival; Cambridge Beer Fest and the Strawberry Festival – a Music and Arts fest.
Shopping: If you are particularly looking for designer labels and high street brands your shopping will be complete at these malls; Grand Arcade, Grafton Centre and Lion Yard. Market Square in the city offers everything under the sun from vintage clothing, paintings to fresh groceries. Magdalene Street, King Street, Rose Crescent and Trinity Street are the perfect destinations for those of you looking for independent shops or looking to just grab a bite at quaint and chic cafes.
Restaurants, Cafes and Bars: Show off your ice-skating skills at the National Ice Arena or sit back and watch a movie at the IMAX theatre after a session of indoor golf at the Cornerhouse! You can enjoy an amazing night out in Hockley, just don’t miss out on ‘Boilermaker’– a great place for a lively atmosphere and great cocktails. And did we mention? There are a number of nightclubs to visit like Ocean, Forum, NG1, and Rock City!
The best way to get around Cambridge is by buses and trams. You can use these modes of transport to access all corners of the city. Getting around the city on buses and trams is also a great way of saving money for students.
Train: A ticket from London to Cambridge costs around 16 €
Bus: A Cambridge PlusBus ticket entitles you to unlimited bus travel throughout Cambridge city on all Stagecoach and Whippet bus services (including busway services).