Student Accommodation Wrexham



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    Everything about Student Accommodation Wrexham

    Wrexham is a large Welsh town and the administrative centre of the Wrexham County Borough in the UK. This beautiful town is situated between the Welsh mountains and the lower Dee Valley adjacent to the neighbouring county of Cheshire. Since 1996 this town has been the principal centre of Wrexham County Borough but historically it was a part of Denbighshire and later became part of Clwyd in 1974. It’s a great town filled with lots to do and the town centre has just something for everyone. It was named as the best place in the UK for its welcoming, friendly, polite, and safe environment. The town is quite popular for hosting Wrexham A.F.C., one of the oldest professional football teams in the world.
    Students looking for a perfect student home must visit student accommodation websites like University Living. It’s n AI-based tech-enabled platform where students going abroad for their higher education can find, compare, and book their student accommodation. Apart from providing accommodations, students can also avail many other value-added services such as pick and drop from the airport, currency exchange, international SIM-card, and plenty more. University Living offers purpose-built student accommodations (PBSA) which are specially designed for students keeping in mind their budget and other preferences.
    Explore Wrexham
    The town has three lovely parks – Bellevue Park, Acton Park and Erddig Park, as well as a lush green space near the Guildhall in the town centre called Llwyn Isaf which an excellent spot for a picnic. You can enjoy live music events during the summer at the natural amphitheatre located in Bellevue Park. Erddig Park is spread across 1,200 acres of stunning parkland which includes the remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle. You can easily venture outside the town of Wrexham as it offers a range of different transport options, with multiple train stations and bus stations ready to take you anywhere. There are trains from Wrexham Central and Wrexham General connecting to places like Chester, Crewe, Manchester and even London.
    Things to do in Wrexham
    Wrexham is regarded as the major shopping hub of North Wales. Many big brand names like Debenhams and Marks & Spencer as well as a wealth of independent stores are present in the town centre of Wrexham. There are three established covered markets as well, selling everything you need from sausages to socks and more. Once you’ve finished shopping what you like, you can enjoy a movie with friends at the Odeon cinema or try your luck at a game or three of Tenpin Bowling. You will be excited to know that the town has a vibrant night scene filled with a plethora of fantastic pubs and clubs such as Voodoo Moon, The Crafty Dragon and Liquid & Envy. There are also some good live music venues where you can enjoy local bands playing.
    Universities in Wrexham
    This historic town is home to Wrexham Glyndŵr University which was formed when the North East Wales Institute (NEWI) was granted full university status in 2008. The university got its name from the last Welsh Prince of Wales, Owain Glyndŵr. It has a student population of 6,500 students studying at its Plas Coch campus and the North Wales School of Art and Design situated on Regent Street. These students either opt to live in an on-campus student hall or in private accommodations near the campuses. These private student housing Wrexham offer an array of student room types such as shared and en-suite room, student flat, student studio, and student apartments. All these student housings are located at a walking distance from the town centre and the university campuses.
    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are the different types of accommodation?
    University Living offers private accommodation close to universities with fewer restrictions and more options. Take your pick from shared and private rooms, studios, and apartments. We also offer short-term stays for students in summer school and exchange programs.

    What are the different types of rooms?
    The major room types are:Sharing: This is where 2 or more students share a single room, washroom, kitchen, and other communal spaces.Ensuite/Private: This includes a private bedroom and bathroom, while the kitchen and living areas are shared.Studios: This is a self-contained unit with a bedroom and cooking space along with a private washroom. Two students may book a single studio together, subject to the policies of the accommodation provider.

    How do I know my accommodation is safe?
    All properties listed by University Living are personally verified by the team or their representatives. Each accommodation has foolproof safety measures in place, including CCTV, secure door entries, restricted access, and more.

    Does my accommodation offer meals?
    Most accommodations are self-catered, but you can always ask the reception to connect you with local food delivery vendors!

    Will I get cleaning and laundry services?
    Most properties have on-site, coin-operated washing machines that make laundry a breeze. Students are expected to keep their rooms clean while common areas are looked after by maintenance staff at regular intervals. If you’re unwilling to get your hands dirty, contact the reception for professional cleaning services at an extra fee.

    Is there Wi-Fi?
    Yes, all our accommodation have strong internet connectivity.

    Does my accommodation offer parking facilities?
    Most properties have bike storage available. Please contact your Servicing Manager to request car parking facility.

    What items should I bring while moving in?
    Students are expected to bring their own bedding, kitchen utensils, cutlery, and bathroom essentials. If that’s too much, our good friends at UniKitOut will deliver all these and more to your UK accommodation even before you move in!

    What if I don’t like my accommodation after moving in?
    We try our best to find accommodation that meets all your needs. If you still don’t like your accommodation due to unforeseen circumstances, we will try to replace your room within 30 days for a one-time fee of £250.

    Where do I report any issues with my accommodation?
    Please contact the on-site maintenance office or reception to report any issues.

    Do I have to vacate my room during holidays?
    Never. Your room belongs to you for the entirety of your tenancy period