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Looking for a modern student accommodation in Canterbury? With Unilodgers, you get to choose from 1000+ student rooms options with amenities that will make university life better. Living in Canterbury needs you to live in style, and with Unilodgers you will find budget-friendly apartments starting from £112 per week. Types of student rooms in Canterbury:
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: Our studio student accommodation offers complete privacy with a sleeping area, study space, bathroom, and kitchen
Entire flat: Offers a bedroom, study space, ensuite bathroom, and wardrobe
Unilodgers has both private and studio rooms to rent in Canterbury for Canterbury Christ Church University, University Of Kent students. Living in Canterbury is like living in a mediaeval settlement all over again; it's the house and setting for Geoffrey Chaucer's tales! Its lovely gardens surrounding the stream Stour, as well as its picturesque cobblestone streets crammed with occasional freelance homes and tea rooms, are excellent places to check out or socialise. The massive Westgate Towers, Canterbury Cathedral, and even what's left of the public bathhouses in Waterstone's basement, on the other hand, are a must-see.
Cost of living: With all the amenities included in rent, the cost of living for students in Canterbury comes to added and luxury expenses. With Unilodgers, all you amenities and essentials are already part of the rent, so need to worry about extra bills.
Student-friendly locations: Each area has unique qualities, but all our student homes have excellent offers and choices close to various schools.
Rent for students: With Unilodgers you need not worry about the rent and amenities. Our affordable flats to rent in Canterbury starts from £112 and have offers up to £150.
Ballroom and Alberrys are live music venues and if you are looking to see acts in drama and stand-up comedy head to the Marlowe Theatre. Make sure you are a part of the Canterbury Festival as it hosts performances in theatre, dance, music and comedy.
History and Culture: You simply must not miss out on viewing Canterbury Christchurch Cathedral & Precinct, St. Augustine’s Abbey, and St. Martins Church since these combined contribute to Canterbury’s title of a UNESCO World Heritage site. To dig deeper into history you can visit the Canterbury Roman museum and Beaney House of Art & Knowledge.
Parks and Picnics: You can spend a day out with friends and enjoy fish and chips at the Whitstable Beach, which is only a ten minutes bus ride away; have a picnic at the Westgate Parks or discover some wildlife at the Howletts Wild Animal Park and Wildwood Discovery Park.
Shopping: For a day of shopping, the Whitefriars shopping centre has mainstream shops and brands. For local food stalls and fresh produce you can visit the Goods Shed Farmers Market, you can also enjoy some independent shopping as well as a variety of cafes and restaurants at the Buttermarket.
Restaurants, Cafes and Bars: The student nightlife is always buzzing with a vibrant student environment, and the city offers a number of options for a night out. Canterbury is more of a pub city and has over 366 pubs, to name a few popular ones among students: The Penny Theatre, Cherry Tree, Wetherspoons and Lady Luck. Chemistry and Chill nightclubs are the two major clubs that attract students other than The Venue - University of Kent’s very own nightclub. If you want to explore more options, London is only an hour away!
Cycling: There are numerous bike lanes throughout the city, as well as places to lock your bike in both our student housings and near university buildings
Bus: Stagecoach is the local bus service provider in Kent and East Sussex. Canterbury is the main public transportation hub for east Kent, making commuting a breeze.
Train: For a hassle-free commute, regular trains run through all of the city's major areas.