Anyone on the lookout for student accommodation in Bath will not be short for options, with a number of popular areas to choose from. Bath is a great city to begin life as a student, located in Somerset, Bath welcomes over 300,000 visitors every year from all parts of the world, and with two highly performing universities, it’s no surprise Bath is packed full of international students looking to study!
With two universities Bath becomes home to around 21,000 students every year and although the two are on opposite sides of the city, there’s still plenty of good spaces for everyone!
The city is full of historical architecture and attractions such as Pulteney Bridge that sits on the River Avon. Bath received World Heritage Site status in 1987, as a result of being home to 18th Century Architecture, Roman remains, natural hot springs and a stunning landscape setting. The hot springs and Roman baths are a huge tourist attraction in Bath, with the city's famous Thermae Spa being Britain's only natural thermal spa.
Bath is graced with stunning 18th century Georgian houses across the city, many of which have now been renovated into large student properties. The student homes in Bath come in a range of sizes, with larger detached homes for group sizes of 8-9 people, three storey Georgian style terraced houses for groups of 3-4 housemates, as well as double bedroomed student apartments, for those wanting to live alone or with a partner.
Student accommodation in Bath is spread across the various areas of the city, all of which have their own individual qualities depending on what kind of student home you’re looking for. Oldfield Park
are both within walking distance from the city centre
and are much closer to the action when it comes to students from the Bath university.
If you want to be on the campus doorstep, Widcombe
sits just beside the university for anyone who wants a short walk into morning lectures, whilst it still has good links into the city for the brilliant bath, bar crawls.
For students choosing Bath Spa University to study, the most popular and convenient place to live is Oldfield Park due to its direct bus routes to the campuses, which is a great choice thanks to all of the local amenities, bus and train services and nightlife situated in the area.