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which non-ensuite options are the best?
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fallows is good because theyve always got something going on and its lively, but if you want someplace quiet then you can go for kellogg too with lots of greenery. all the best!
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Hi,

I would say best really depends on what you're looking for.

Claycroft only shared a bathroom between 2 people, closest accom to the supermarket, I've never been inside but I think it's pretty nice.

Rootes is a big accommodation area with multiple buildings and on average the largest flats/ kitchens (around 16-20 is pretty standard). This makes it typically one of the more social accommodations, but there's always the option of a quiet flat if that's one of your preferences.

Tocil is also a really solid choice. In my opinion, ideal location on campus, central but not in a busy area. Really nice inside, smaller flats than rootes, my friend lived here in first year and I think if I would probably say it's one of the nicest ones.

Whitefield's is the cheapest option. It's about 13 people to a small building, I've never been in a whitefields flat but also never heard anything bad about it.

Any other questions/ you want to know something more specific, let me know.

Davina


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