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Liberty Cambrian Point
|Features||Bike storage, cctv, fully furnished|
|Price from||£133 per week (subject to availability)|
(subject to availability)
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Well maintained halls with a lift, spacious kitchen and spacious bedrooms. Double bed and decently sized ensuite with a well working shower. A bit pricey but worth it. Near the town centre (20 min walk) and very near business school. No shortage of people wanting to go out/have pres but also not too loud
I was originally worried that this accommodation wouldn't be social and would be full of internationals, but I've only been here 2 months and love it!! I have to admit it's not as social as taly, but there's always someone to go out with. The rooms are lush compared to some accommodation, every room has a double bed, ensuite and spacious desk. Security on site are also fab and we have cleaners every Thursday! It's a little more expensive than some, but I can't fault it!
Penmaen was the most expensive out of all the halls in Swansea Uni. Every room has an en-suite and a shared (good sized) kitchen. It was clean, had good amenities, and was the most modern looking out of all the halls on campus. Would definitely recommend! Only downside - no common room as such, the kitchen was the only shared space in the flat.
putting Cardiff University students in these halls is just plain cruel. Being put in a flat with Indian students on their year abroad is just not fair. My freshers was awful as I had no friends to hang out with and I am at a severe disadvantage with my options for people I would like to live with next year. It ruined my first year and I was so so lonely all year long. Imagine moving away from home at 18 to a city where you know no one and being given no chance to make friends. It is just cruel of the university and I will never forgive them for giving me a really crap first year.
Expensive but good management and the double beds are a massive benefit. Spacious rooms but little cupboard space in the kitchen which is annoying. Lack of a cleaner is not so good. Close to uni and shops but a bit of a walk from central Cardiff. Overall a good place to live :)