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Accommodation in Bangor
Llys Y Deon has a selection of studio rooms
Kitted out social space, events & minutes from town
It's only a 10-minute walk from Bangor University
Applying to Glyder
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 11th Oct, 7th Nov & 6th Dec
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Planning for a combination of online and face-to-face learning.
Read Glyder Reviews
Lovely halls. Not the newest of friddoedd halls but more spacious and friendly looking than the newest/oldest ones. Good location for uni, security, Laundry and town. Good kitchen which makes socialising easy and warden system is very good too.
glyder is one of the older buildings and is considerably smaller and not as nice as the new buildings. The new buildings have larger rooms, hallways and a large kitchen with dining space and sofa's. Glyder lacks and social chill space, the dining area is somewhat crammed and uncomfortable. The rooms look a bit prison like. However living here is much cheaper. But you are expected to move out all your things for Easter holiday which is extremely awkward if you don't live near. All of the People in our flat did not apply for Glyder, but as we applied closer to the deadline, there was no space left.
£106 was good value for en suit with maintenance, gas water etc in my opinion. First weekly cleaner was miserable and threw away some posters, the cleaner we have now is lovely but leaves everything on the table still. Kitchen checks can be a pain and to find this isn't done in other Uni's is quite annoying. The hall is mainly clearing and late appliers but everyone is mad and lovely, i wouldn't trade it for another hall.