Best Student Accommodation, Durham

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The beautiful city of Durham is home to 18,000 students spread across 31 halls of residence.

Durham is a small but busy city with lots of stunning architecture. There is no need for public transport in the city as you can easily access everywhere by foot. In the city, you can find lots of high street names as well as independent places and an indoor market with local traders. Wharton Park is a great place to enjoy picnics with friends and there are plenty of green spaces to explore outside of Durham. The Durham Dales offers amazing views, and you can also walk to High Force, the highest unbroken waterfall in England. If you want to experience a livelier city setting, Newcastle is only a 15-minute train journey away.

The average cost of student accommodation in Durham is around 16% 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 38% cheaper than London (Numbeo). https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/in/Durham-United-Kingdom

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