Best Student Accommodation, Cardiff
1442 Reviews by Students
Student Accommodation League Table, Cardiff
- from £129 per week3.99 /53.99 /5
Newport Student VillageCampus Living VillagesStaff are so nice and always up for a chat, 24/7 too so if you need your package at 3am, you can 😭 All included bills are worth it so much, especiall...By member1286805 On 25th May 2023Find out more from Campus Living Villages
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Student Houses (Village)Cardiff UniversityThe houses are situated right by the student union, close to town and loads of shops. much easier to get to lectures than if your at Taly. Socially yo...By member1173317 On 15th November 2022find out morefind out more
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Mountain HallsUniversity of South Wales (Prifysgol De Cymru)The accomodation staff are incredibly helpful, with any problem they are there to help. They are all so friendly and chatty!...By Lauren12h On 28th June 2018find out morefind out more
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Plas Gwyn HallsCardiff Metropolitan UniversityNot close to town but there is a bus stop outside but really close to the uni, such a lovely area , great place to start, i also spent a summer in the...By member510249 On 5th July 2015find out morefind out more
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Hodge HallCardiff UniversityI would advise anyone thinking of living in Hodge Hall to visit the accommodation first. You can hear when your neighbour is using the bathroom, whic...By member1253885 On 3rd February 2021find out morefind out more
Cardiff is home to around 42,000 students spread between 2 universities and 22 halls.
The city is surrounded by some beautiful scenery. There are plenty of outdoor spaces to explore, such as Bute Park, the Beacons or the stunning coastline of South Wales within an hour’s drive. Cardiff has a mixture of retail shops in St David’s Shopping Centre as well as smaller stalls at the Riverside Market. The city is home to sports venues including the Principality Stadium and historical sites such as Cardiff Castle. It is also a great place for student nightlife with lots of clubs and pubs to choose from. Find out more about Cardiff
The average cost of student accommodation in Cardiff is around 2% more expensive than the national average (we've tracked costs for private and uni halls over the last 12 months) whereas the cost of living is around 45% cheaper than London (Numbeo).
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