Student Homes in Swansea City Centre

Immerse yourself in the heart of Swansea with student accommodation in the city centre. Here, students are spoilt for choice when it comes to housing not to mention things to do.

The town is buzzing with bars, clubs, cafés and shops. On the high street, you'll find trendy pubs, world food supermarkets and plenty of fast food places for a quick bite to eat. Shop til you drop at the Quadrant Centre or take advantage of the largest indoor market in Wales, globally renowned for its local specialities, home-made delicacies and unique items which you won't find anywhere else. There are over 100 stalls to explore!

Gather some friends and head to Parc Tawe, a shopping and entertainment complex home to retail heavyweights; shops include an Odeon Cinema, a bowling alley and the indoor rainforest Plantasia. Mix it up from the high street chains and take advantage of the Independent Quarter at the lower end of Oxford Street, where arcades and quirky cafés make for a great day out in the South Wales waterfront city.

When the sun goes down, Swansea's Wind Street comes to life. The hotspot is brimming with bars that boast electric vibes and student prices. This iconic street is perfect for a pub crawl and offers plenty in the way of clubbing... for those who can last!

With plenty of transport links that connect students to major cities such as Cardiff, Bristol and London, as well as a reliable local bus network for trips back and forth from campus, it's not hard to see why student homes in Swansea's city centre are always in demand.

Why UniHomes?

Looking for a student home in the city centre of Swansea? We've got you covered. Always striving to keep the student property search simple, UniHomes have handpicked a long list of properties in the city and surrounding areas to suit your needs. From trendy 1-bedroom apartments for solo student living to 10-bedroom houses for big groups looking to keep the party going, we've got something for everyone. Even better, we've made budgeting easier by bundling the cost of utilities into the monthly rental price. 

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