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Warwick accommodation recommendations

Does anyone have recommendations on which accommodation i should apply for? I'm mainly looking at the ensuite ones. I'm studying law but I don't really mind if the accom is far away from the law school block. Thanks!
Reply 1
Hey I just applied for accom a few days ago, you have to pick 3 ensuites and 3 shared bathrooms - also consider the fact that every house is different - Bluebell is the most expensive and tends to be full of international students whilst the worst tend to find themselves in tocil (which i heard is like a prison cell) yet are on average the cheapest Rootes is also known for cheap and very party like but not really for everyone it has a bit of a bad rep. On average id recommend sherbourne if youre outgoing arthur vick if you want a mix and maybe one of the cryfrield
Students on campus at the University of Warwick
University of Warwick
Coventry
hi! current student here - sherbourne and lakeside are certainly good contenders however they are a bit of a walk away (15minutes to law school I would say) - however price wise, they're pretty good. arthur vick/jack martin are probs the most convenient en suites and are on central campus (however you do have to move out for the easter break so keep that in mind). on the pricier side, i would recommend cryfield townhouses - central campus, a good social life and en suite
Hey I just applied for accom a few days ago, you have to pick 3 ensuites and 3 shared bathrooms - also consider the fact that every house is different - Bluebell is the most expensive and tends to be full of international students whilst the worst tend to find themselves in tocil (which i heard is like a prison cell) yet are on average the cheapest Rootes is also known for cheap and very party like but not really for everyone it has a bit of a bad rep. On average id recommend sherbourne if youre outgoing arthur vick if you want a mix and maybe one of the cryfrield
do u mind sharing which ones you applied to? also i was wondering if it is too late for me to apply accom now if i prefer ensuites over shared bathrooms..
Reply 4
Original post by Anonymous
hi! current student here - sherbourne and lakeside are certainly good contenders however they are a bit of a walk away (15minutes to law school I would say) - however price wise, they're pretty good. arthur vick/jack martin are probs the most convenient en suites and are on central campus (however you do have to move out for the easter break so keep that in mind). on the pricier side, i would recommend cryfield townhouses - central campus, a good social life and en suite
omg thank you so much! i was looking at their accom site and for cryfields, there is one called cryfields apartment and one called cryfields townhouse - prices are pretty similar so I was wondering what the differences are?
Original post by Anonymous
omg thank you so much! i was looking at their accom site and for cryfields, there is one called cryfields apartment and one called cryfields townhouse - prices are pretty similar so I was wondering what the differences are?

cryfield apartments are for 2nd/3rd years so you wouldn’t be able to apply for them! townhouses are the ones for 1st years and ensuite, and cryfield standard are the shared bathrooms :smile:

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