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    Hello, we are two girls, looking for an accommodation in Glasgow and don't really have much experience, is there anyone who could give us some kind of an advice? We don't really know where to begin.
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    Hello, we are two girls, looking for an accommodation in Glasgow and don't really have much experience, is there anyone who could give us some kind of an advice? We don't really know where to begin.
    Thank you in advance
    Hey! I'd say for your first time in the city you would be best with private halls to keep you right as the landlord and bills etc can be a pain! I actually have a studio to let in the city centre within the merchant studios and your friend could rent the studio next door!? Would allow you to live with eachother whilst meeting tonnes of new people!
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    (Original post by weroni)
    Hello, we are two girls, looking for an accommodation in Glasgow and don't really have much experience, is there anyone who could give us some kind of an advice? We don't really know where to begin.
    Thank you in advance
    Hello weroni,

    We have some lovely private accommodations in Glasgow which the two of you might like. I'm especially excited about our brand new accommodation, Woodside House. Which has a stunning glass walled sky lounge where you can relax and watch the sun rise (or set!) over the city.

    If you want to know anything else about our properties, feel free to send us a message, we'd love to hear from you.

    I wish you luck with your search.

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    If it's in the city centre, then the private halls are Victoria Halls, Buchanan View and Blackfriars. Latter two are both Unite Students accomodation.

    I'm staying in Victoria Halls next year and was in Buchanan View all the time this year just passed. All pretty good.

    If it's in the West End of Glasgow you're looking for then I'm not too sure
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    Try using search engines that help you find student accommodation , try Pads for students i've used them , they helped alot
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    Hmm I've checked the options like Woodside house, etc. but they seem pretty expensive, I was looking for something cheaper... maybe a place to rent, does anybody have any experience with that?
 
 
 
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