Bowland room basic vs standard Lancaster Watch

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In Lancaster is there a big difference between basic standard and standard accommodation in Bowland college?
*(I already know there isn’t a sink in the bedroom)
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Hi - sorry you haven't had a response to this yet. I'm just going to bump the thread in the hope that someone sees this and can help

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Hello there! Sorry for leaving you hanging for a bit, I dropped the Bowland accommodation team an email to ask about the difference, and they said that "both types have a hand basin, the difference is the age of the room. Standard is more modern in appearance that the basic standard."

From what I remember as a student (visiting friends flats and seeing a few different bits of Bowland accommodation), it's just older accommodation, and is just as serviceable as the newer flats! If you're not fussy and you're looking for a cheaper place to rent out on campus, the basic standard might be a good place to go! Hopefully this helps out!

Will
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