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Accommodation in London
Tufnell House offers ensuite rooms in shared flats
Onsite gym, communal lounge, library & bike storage
Only 20-minutes via public transport to London Met
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I have been living at Charles Morton Court for 2 years now and rebooked again. The reception team is so nice and they always go out of their way to help you. The rooms are very good value for money too. The area is nice too, definitely recommend this place
I’ve had the best first year here and couldn’t of imagined myself anywhere else! Going to uni for the first time is always a scary step but having a nice environment to come home to has made the whole process a lot easier. Couldn’t recommend enough!
The place in itself is located in a awkward area which makes it's a walk to pretty much everything except the Tesco located below the building itself. There's no social life, most people are mature students who are less willing to socialise with the youngsters living there. During my stay we had 3 different managers which meant mistakes being made on student accounts. The accommodation is clean but during the first months there was no weekly cleaners cleaning the kitchen, which most accommodation I've stayed in normally has. No vacuum or dust pan in the kitchen which meant buying your own. Small common room. If you're looking for an accommodation where you can socialise this isn't the one.