Student Homes in the City Centre, Canterbury
Student homes in the city centre of Canterbury are surrounded with culture – from the iconic period buildings to the buzzing café and wine bar scene, it won’t take long to feel at home here. Not only are you a short distance from the University of Kent, but you’re spoilt for options when it comes to entertainment.
Set in the historic county of Kent, Canterbury’s rich cultural heritage is alive and well in the bustling city centre. From playwrights to pilgrims, the town’s storied past is waiting to be explored in the form of museum visits and guided tours to the famous cathedral.
Quaint coffeeshops and gorgeous gardens are part of what give Canterbury it’s charm, while the ancient buildings conceal mysteries. Along the picturesque Great Stour River, you can gather your friends for a tour or take advantage of the rental canoes to mess around in the water. Where for art thou, theatre? Just off The Friars, you can catch a play, a musical or a stand-up comedy set at the Marlowe Theatre.
Of course, the medieval city centre has enjoyed its healthy dose of modernisation. Today, residents of the town centre can make the most of big-name brands, independent boutiques and the diverse collection of bars and cafés that line the streets.
If you’re studying in Kent but can’t find a student home in Canterbury city centre that suits your needs, have a look at our properties in Wincheap, where you’ll be within walking distance from the university campus.
There’s nothing like a bit of simplicity to keep the student property search stress-free. At UniHomes, we believe that moving home while at uni should be exciting. That’s why all of our properties come with the cost of utility bills included as part of the monthly rent.
One monthly cost will cover everything from water, electricity, broadband and even your TV licence, so you won’t have to forecast for extras. Complete with modern furnishings and situated in convenient locations, our properties are perfect for students who want a fuss-free move when they’re starting or returning to university.