Finding the right student accommodation can often make or break your first year at university. To help you out we’ve created a list of the best student halls in Bath.

Here are some of the best student halls for freshers at the University of Bath and Bath Spa University.

Charlton Court

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From just £256 a week you could be enjoying a room at Charlton Court, perfect for any student studying in Bath as it’s just a mile from the city centre. So whether you want a 3/4 bed or a double, flatmates or to live alone, they will have something for you. They also have bike storage, common areas, outdoor social spaces and laundry facilities on site. Plus, all of the bills are included in the rent price!

Student Castle Bath 

Fancy somewhere with ultra-fast WiFi, bike storage, 24/7 security, common rooms, study areas, games area, meeting room, TV room, and a gym? Student Castle in Bath has all of these available and is within walking distance of the university, located on Pulteney Road. You can choose from a studio or a twin room. Studios have a double bed, living and kitchen area, en-suite, and are completely self-contained, whereas Twins have an en-suite to share with your roomie and great for sharing. Prices for Student Castle start at £283 per week.

iQ Twerton Mill 

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Just west of the Bath City Centre, Twerton Mill is ideal for both Bath Spa and Uni of students, which can both be reached by bus or a short stroll. The building has options of rooms, from private doubles with shared facilities, private rooms with en-suites, or completely contained studio apartments. Prices start at £185 per week.

The Depot 

With buses to both university every 7 to 12 minutes, The Depot has studio accommodation for students with sleek deco and excellent facilities. It has a communal area, an outdoor terrace, study space, self-contained kitchens, bathrooms and living spaces with double beds. Prices start at £274 per week.

Avon Studios 

Near the University of Bath, Bath Spa University and Bath College, Avon studios is ideal for any students in Bath. They have all of the essentials, as well as shared access to a balcony. Couples can also stay at Avon at no extra charge. Plus, you have access to the social areas such as a TV lounge, study section and games area. All that for £270 per week.

Brendon Court 

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Source: University of Bath

Brendon Court is on campus, and living there provides Eat and Drink credit to spend on food and drink at university ran venues. It is 2 minutes away from the library and SU, and has swipe card secure access as well as a secure bike storage unit. There are laundrettes nearby, and the prices start at £145 a week.

Osbourne House 

5 minutes walk away from the library and student union, Osbourne house is a designated quiet residence, perfect for any introverts. The halls are priced from £125 per week, which includes furniture, ethernet, WiFi, and options for en-suites.

John Wood Building 

Just a short walk from several supermarkets, John Wood is located in the city centre. It is a 7-minute walk away from the student hub and is a 20-minute bus journey from campus. You have the choice of an en-suite bedroom, a couple or family room or a postgrad room. Prices for these begin at £180 a week.

Waterside Court

The best student halls in Bath revealed: 2024/25
Source: Unite Student

Alongside the River Avon is Waterside Court, an accommodation ideal for any student studying a Bath Spa University. The court is home to over 300 students and is just a mile from the city centre. All of the rooms have their own en-suites. There is also a common room with a free pool table and TV area, making it easy to get to know your new neighbours. There’s also a large outdoor area with picnic tables and benches, which will make for a perfect study spot in the summer.

Newton Park Halls 

Fancy being surrounded by lush countryside? The Newton Park halls are on campus and so are close to everything you need. The halls are self-catered and you have the option of en-suite, shared bathroom, and even shared bedrooms. There’s on-site laundry, refectory, SU, gym, library and theatre, as well as 24-hour security and cleaning. The halls are split into Lakeside or Gardens and the prices begin at £122 per week.

Overall, picking your student halls is not an easy decision, but it can be made easier by looking at location, offers and prices. Good luck finding your new home!

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Last Updated on May 20, 2024