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Accommodation in Bangor
Applying to Alaw
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Open days on 25th Jun, 20th Aug, 9th Oct, 30th Oct & 26th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Lectures have continued online with some practical work happening face to face but only when it’s a mandatory requirement of the course, such as nursing.
Read Alaw Reviews
Central location, safe, clean & modern
good halls better than most unis ive seen and free gym membership when in halls
Internet was always good. Only downside was that my upstairs neighbour was very loud!
On arriving and making my bed the mattress is stained both sides. The walls were full of dust, carpet dirty, no cupboard space in the kitchen have to have a food box in my room. The room is cold heater goes off all the time, no wonder they say bring a hot water bottle. For the £129.50 per week it should be cleaned and warm what a rip off.
Really enjoy living in Alaw, very close to the gym and about a minute walk to Bar Uno. The layout of the building and rooms is lovely and the common room is on the bottom floor making it easy to get to the computers and the printer.
Its dope as heck, i love it and my flat mates are the best
Had the best time ever in halls! The security guys are so friendly! Amazing views from my window, perfect location. Plenty of space, really felt like home.
Easy to make friends and really nice rooms loads of space and storage
I've loved living in Alaw, it's given me my own space and responsibilities but I still have my own little family with my flatmates, I've made friends for life in Alaw and I won't ever forget the amazing experiences I've had in Alaw
The power seems to go off at least once a week and the WiFi definitely leaves a lot to be desired. The rooms are nice but maybe not worth the £18 a week more than the next most expensive halls on Ffriddoedd Site.