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Private Halls for Students Offer ‘Value for Money’

Posted on July 6, 2015 by Ceri in Private Halls, Rental Advice

With the growing numbers of students going to university, here at we have looked at the variety of accommodation available and it should be noted that even the UK’s smallest university towns have a wide variety of impressive student homes for rent.

This has been underlined by another newspaper article that has caught our attention, as it focuses on what students can get for their money and most private halls of residence for students appear to offer cracking value.

The newspaper concerned is in Coventry which is home to 50,000 students and though it’s a small population by many university standards, there is still an impressive variety of private student accommodation available.

The article says that private halls are becoming ‘all the rage‘ and there’s a lot of this type of accommodation on offer.

There’s a private student hall to meet every budget

Indeed, in their research, the article writer states that whether a student wants to rent a basic bed and apartment or whether they want to pay extra for luxury, there is a private student hall to meet every budget and need.

The article then visits a number of private halls in the city centre and reveals that the accommodation is of very good quality and the student will get what they need.

One of the reasons that private halls of residence are growing in popularity is that the bills are all inclusive and there will be no hidden or unexpected surprises.

All rooms have a TV, a fitted kitchen of varying sizes and a very good Internet connection – excellent Wi-Fi connectivity is a strong demand from student tenants.

In another private halls the students they visited had secure door entry, a meeting area which had a large screen TV and excellent on-site management.

Private student halls are usually close to their university

There was also an on-site laundry to help the students and it was close to the university and the train station.

In another reasonably priced private student halls, residents had private study areas, a double bed in every room and a large TV lounge which came complete with Xbox gaming facilities.

Though this accommodation was slightly dearer, it also had a gym, table tennis, Wi-Fi and Sky TV.

The accommodation was also offered on a shared basis if a student wanted to live with someone else at a reduced rate and also as solo living apartments.
Other private halls in the city offer single rooms for less than £100 per week, and studio apartments for £129 and the property has CCTV security, contents insurance and secure door entry.

Private student halls come with night security

This particular private halls came with night security and private kitchens and the rooms also had a shower room included.

There’s no doubt that private halls for students offer variety and quality whether they are located in large or small university towns in the UK and their growing popularity means that increasing numbers of students will opt to live in them; often for their entire three-years of studies.


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