With everything from history and culture to sport and nightlife, Cardiff is the perfect student city.
As the capital city of Wales, Cardiff is the perfect place for sport-loving thrill seekers, social butterflies or culture aficionados to study, live, work and play.
You’ll find that our private student accommodation in Cardiff is perfectly located for easy travel to and from campus. Whatever budget you have, our all-inclusive student rooms, studios and shared apartments come fully equipped so that you’re able to find the perfect accommodation to suit your needs. In the centre of the city, you’ll be in the best place to take full advantage of all that Cardiff has to offer.
Whatever sport you’re interested in – Cardiff is sure to deliver and it’s all on the doorstep of your Cardiff uni accommodation. From the Principality Stadium (the old Millennium Stadium), host of rugby and football (and even some big-name singers), to the Swalec Cricket Ground, which holds international games – it’s well worth catching a match.
If going out is more your thing, then you’re in the right place living in our student accommodation in Cardiff. The city is well-known for its party potential including the Coyote Ugly Bar (yes like the film) and Depot. On your way home make sure to stop off on Chippy Lane! Cardiff has also been rated as the cheapest city in the UK for students to live, giving you the opportunity to experience that much more in the city!
From your Cardiff university accommodation there are loads of places to, shop, eat or drink – from Cardiff Bay and its pop-up beach in the summer, food festivals and winter wonderland, to beautiful shopping arcades at Castle Quarter and Royal Arcade. If you’re interested in the history of the city, visit Cardiff Castle and the nearby Pontcanna Fields and Sophia Gardens. And don’t forget – Cardiff is also home to the Dr Who Experience as it is filmed here! You’ll never get bored, that’s for sure.
Modern Shopping, Pop-ups and Eateries
The West Wing student halls in Cardiff are centrally located within the city, close to historic arcades and modern shopping and all the trendy food pop-ups and restaurants you could wish to try during your time with us.
Once famous for shipping coal and iron around the world, the docks have been regenerated and Cardiff Bay is now home to bustling bars, bistros and activities.
Cardiff’s creative scene extends from the diversity of its music culture to contemporary and fine art, pop-ups and performance galleries.