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Between Towns Court, Oxford
Ground Floor Ensuite - Bedroom
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Between Towns Court, Oxford

Between Towns Rd, Oxford, OX4 3LX, United Kingdom
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About the Property

Between Towns Court Oxford is a beautifully designed student accommodation in Oxford offering spacious en-suite and studio rooms. Located on Between Towns Rd, this property is within 14-minutes drive from universities like University of Oxford and 11-minutes drive away from Oxford Brookes University. The accommodation comes with all the chic amenities and facilities provided by keeping the needs and comfort of the students in mind. Here at Between Towns Court Oxford they understand that moving away from home for university can be both an exciting and daunting experience. That's why they're committed to providing a comfortable and welcoming home away from home for our students.

Oxford is a fantastic city for students. Not only is Oxford a world-renowned center of academic excellence, but it's also a vibrant and diverse city that's bursting with life. With two prestigious universities, Oxford Brookes and the University of Oxford, there's a real sense of intellectual curiosity and innovation in the air. The city is also full of cultural attractions, from world-class museums and galleries to bustling shopping streets and lively nightlife. And, of course, let's not forget the stunning architecture and beautiful green spaces that make Oxford such a picturesque place to live and study. So, whether you're here to explore your academic passions, immerse yourself in the local culture, or just enjoy the student experience, Oxford has a plethora of things to do and is the perfect city for you! It's also worth mentioning that the cost of living in Oxford is much more affordable than most other UK cities, with Oxford being around 35% cheaper to live in than London.


Amongst the many student houses, Between Towns Court Oxford, stands out because it offers a wide variety of lavish room types that are suitable for each and every student that walks in. They're committed to providing a friendly and welcoming environment where you can make the most of your university experience. Sharing en-suite rooms can accommodate up to 2 people with their own private rooms, private bathrooms, and a shared kitchen. The studio is a spacious room with stunning interiors, equipped with a private bathroom and a private kitchenette. Each flat comes with a small double bed, mini-kitchen in all studios, a large study desk and chair, book shelves, wardrobe and spacious storage space.The accommodation has an excellent work space for students to focus on their studies with strong wifi and connectivity.

Along with this, at this student accommodation in Oxford, you have access to quiet study areas where you can focus and concentrate on your studies, and a TV lounge where you can hang out with friends and meet new people, including a communal lounge, games room, outdoor courtyard, laundry facilities and many more. The accommodation provides a secure cycle storage which is really convenient for students. Residents' events are held regularly, which are great for socializing and meeting new people.  The on-site residents team is available to assist and ensure that all the students' needs are met.

They also take the safety and security of their residents very seriously, which is why we have 24/7 security and CCTV surveillance to ensure your peace of mind. Enjoy water, electricity , heating and WiFi bills included at Between Towns Court student housing.

Location and What's Hot?

Between Towns Court is located in the heart of the city, in a bustling and vibrant area called Cowley. This location is perfect for students, as it's just a stone's throw away from the universities. The University of Oxford is just a 14-minutes drive away whereas Oxford Brookes College is just a11-minutes drive away from Between Towns Court Oxford. The location of this student accommodation is the perfect mix of convenience and vibrancy, giving you the best of both worlds during your time at university.

There are plenty of amazing restaurants, pubs, and clubs near Between Towns Court student housing that cater to a variety of tastes and preferences. The Rickety Press is a popular gastropub which is a short walk from Between Towns Court, and if you're in the mood for some delicious Thai food, look no further than Oli's Thai. You can also visit some clubs like The Rusty Bicycle, which is known for its amazing selection of craft beers, or you can also visit the local’s favorite, The Magdalen Arms.

There are several fantastic tourist attractions near Between Towns Court Oxford that you won't want to miss out on, like Oxford Castle and Prison, Ashmolean Museum, Botanic Garden and many more. There are several supermarkets and medical facilities conveniently located near Between Towns Court Oxford. If you're in need of groceries, you can easily pop into the nearby Tesco or Sainsbury's grocery shop. For those in need of medical care, there are several clinics and pharmacies nearby, including the Lloyds Pharmacy and the Cowley Road Medical Practice.


Between Townhouse Court Oxford is conveniently located near several transportation options  The Original Swan stop is the closest bus stop which is located down the road from Between Towns Court is just a 1-minute walk, and the Templars Square (Stop A) is a 4-minute walk from the accommodation if you're looking to explore the nearby towns and cities. You can also rent a bike and cycle around the beautiful city. Walking to nearby places is also an affordable and healthy way to commute. Although the university covers the majority of the costs for specific programmes, it remains affordable for other students who are responsible for their own travel fees. Between Towns Court is easily accessible by bus, rail, and tram.

What will you get

Common Amenities

Games Room
Master the Art of Pool
Study Area
Social Space

Cancellation Policies (4)

  • Cooling off period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
  • No visa no pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
  • No place no pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.

Payment Policies (4)

  • Booking deposit
    This property requires booking deposit.
  • Payment instalment plan
    This property offers flexible instalment plan.
  • Mode of payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I pick my own room?

Absolutely! You can choose the floor, flat, and room numbers that you want. The Residence Team can help you figure out which room would be best for you.

Can I live with friends?

Definitely! If you’re interested in living in a cluster flat with your friends, just let us know who you want to live with, and management will do management best to make it happen. Be aware, Management are more likely to be able to facilitate this early in the year, with many sites selling out the closer management get to September.

How do I know who I’m living with?

When you’re booking your room, you can see the gender, year, and university of your flatmates. Management don’t give out names for privacy reasons, but you can get a better idea of who you’ll be living with via management residents groups that are shared prior to check-in.

When can I move in?

About four weeks before your move-in date (selected when booking), you’ll be able to book a move-in slot that works for you. If you need any support for accessibility or travel reasons, be sure to let us know at this stage. If you need an early check-in, management may be able to help too, just reach out to your Residence Team and they’ll be happy to let you know availability and pricing.

What if I have additional needs?

Management have permanent accessible and temporary adaptable access rooms available to suit your needs. For more information about these rooms, please contact the teams directly.

What if my student loan is late?

If your student loan payment is late, please get in touch with the Residence Team at your location for advice.

How is my rent paid?

You can pay by logging in to the StuRents Portal using your reference number and password. Payments can be made via direct debit or bank transfer.

How is my rent paid as an International student?

As an international student, you can pay via bank transfer (Transfermate) or credit card (please note this may incur a transaction fee). For more information, refer to your booking documents or contact your site team.

What do I do if I am not completely satisfied?

If you’re not completely satisfied with your stay, don’t worry, management’re here to help! Management take all complaints seriously and will do management best to fix any issues as soon as possible.

Can I bring my pet with me?

As much as management love pets, unfortunately, they’re not allowed in management accommodation – sorry!

What about a TV licence?

If you want to watch TV in your room, you’ll need a TV licence – unless management tell you otherwise.3

Can I have friends to stay?

You’re welcome to have guests stay in your room, but management ask that you limit it to no more than three consecutive nights.

Will my flat get cleaned?

Your student room and shared areas will be spotlessly clean when you arrive, but after that, it’s up to you! Don’t hesitate to ask management Residence Teams for advice or help if needed.

What if I have an issue with my room?

Need something repaired? Just let management Residence Teams know in person, via email, or phone call, and management will get management on-site team to fix it as soon as possible.

Am I allowed to smoke at the property?

All management student accommodation is smoke-free, so please use designated smoking areas outside the buildings or in the courtyards.

How do I connect to the internet?

Connecting to the internet is easy – just connect your devices to the wireless network on arrival. You can also use an Ethernet cable, which you can plug into the network wall socket in your room.

Are my things covered by insurance?

Management include free contents insurance for every student that opts to live in one of management buildings. Once you’ve registered with My Endsleigh, you can instantly access your cover details and policy documents to check exactly what’s included and have the option to upgrade the level of cover if needed. Their claims team is on hand to advise whenever needed.

What can’t I do in my accommodation?

For health and safety reasons, management don’t allow candles, incense burners, deep fat fryers, or any electrical appliances that don’t comply with British standards and statutory regulations. Please don’t bring any of these on-site.

Who will come into my room?

Management carry out room inspections three times a year and occasionally health and safety checks, but management will always give you at least 24 hours’ notice before entering your room.

How much fridge space is there in the studio rooms?

All studios come with a small fridge with a freezer compartment.

Can I bring my rice cooker/electric pressure cooker?

Sorry, but management don’t allow rice cookers or electric pressure cookers – their high voltage can be dangerous.

Do you have an airport pickup service?

Management don’t offer airport pick-up services, but property locations have great transport links with buses, trains, and taxi services available. If you need help organising your transport then feel free to reach out to the your Residence Team.

What if I need to leave before my tenancy ends?

Management may have Tenancy Takeover options available, but it’s best to contact our Residence Teams for the most up-to-date information.

Will my bedroom be inspected when I move out?

Yes, your room will be inspected at least three times during your tenancy for maintenance checks. Any maintenance issues, damage, or missing items will be logged and addressed accordingly. After each visit, you will be informed of any issues found, and if there will be any charges for correcting them.

Do I need to move out for the holidays?

No, you don’t need to vacate your room during the holiday breaks. Your room is yours for the entire duration of your tenancy, and you only need to move out at the end of the agreement.

What if I want to stay over summer?

You can book your room for the entire year (51 weeks) or opt for a shorter tenancy where available and extend it for the summer period. Get in touch with the Residence Team at your chosen location for more information.

How do you protect my money?

Management take the protection of property clients’ money seriously, and as such, management third-party operator for Irish buildings, Fresh, are members of The property mark Client Money Protection Scheme.

What size is a small double bed?

A small double bed, also known as a 3/4 size bed, measures approximately 120cm wide x 190cm long.

Can I still receive deliveries?

Depending on your location, your post may be delivered directly through your door by Royal Mail or collected from on-site post boxes. You can receive larger parcels at reception, but unfortunately management can’t accept liability for any loss or damage.

Can I/my friends park at the building?

Most of property buildings don’t have allocated visitor parking, but there are nearby locations for you to park. Contact the Residence Team at your chosen location for more information.

How do I wash my clothes?

There are on-site laundries with washers and dryers at all property locations. You can pay for these via an app on a pay as you go basis.

Does my room come with bedding etc?

Property rooms come totally empty, ready for you to make your own. If you need bedding or kitchen packs, management have got you covered!

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About Oxford

Oxford is a historic city located in south-central England, United Kingdom. It is renowned worldwide for its prestigious university, the University of Oxford, which is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. The University of Oxford, founded in the 12th century, is the centrepiece of the city's academic life. Oxford is rich in historical and architectural heritage. The city is characterised by its stunning mediaeval and Gothic architecture, with many of its buildings dating back centuries. Oxford has played a significant role in the world of literature and culture. Oxford boasts numerous museums and galleries that cater to a wide range of interests. The Ashmolean Museum is the oldest public museum in the UK and houses an extensive collection of art and artefacts. Other notable institutions include the Pitt Rivers Museum, the Natural History Museum, and the Museum of the History of Science.  Oxford hosts a variety of cultural events throughout the year, including music and literary festivals, theatre productions, and art exhibitions. The Oxford Literary Festival and Oxford Film Festival are among the most notable annual events. The city is surrounded by beautiful countryside, including the Oxfordshire Cotswolds and the Chiltern Hills. This provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and picnicking. Oxford is a diverse and multicultural city, owing to its international student population and a range of residents from different backgrounds. This diversity contributes to the city's vibrant atmosphere.

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Amber provides Oxford student accommodation in all the feasible areas. The Oxford student accommodation is designed to provide you with the utmost comfort and the best-picked amenities for you. Amber knows how important it is for students to locate the ideal housing close to Universities. We provide a variety of Oxford student housing to meet the needs and preferences of students, making sure they have a convenient and comfortable living environment. The Oxford student accommodation includes single and shared rooms, suites, and non-en suite options, all of which are furnished with necessary conveniences, including on-site laundry facilities, high-speed internet, and many such. The properties are in convenient locations, so it's simple for students to navigate the city and go to classes on time. Following are some ideal Oxford student accommodation:

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6. Beech House

7. The Spireworks

8. Between Towns Court

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Cost of Living in Oxford

Forget the city centre stress and exorbitant rents! Oxford student accommodation offers a surprising perk: it can actually be your wallet's BFF. Yes, you read that right. By ditching the central hustle and exploring options just outside, you could be saving serious pounds. Think about it- rent, transportation, even groceries often drop the further you venture from the heart of the city. With smart planning and a little research, you can snag a comfortable, convenient Oxford student housing closer to the university, leaving more room in your budget for fun Oxford adventures and those essential textbooks. So, roll up your sleeves, do some comparisons, and embrace the potential savings hidden in Oxford student accommodation!

1. Food: £600-£800/month

2. Gas and electricity: £200-£300/month

3. Internet & mobile phone: £180-£220/month

4. Dinner at a restaurant: £400-£500/month

5. Laundry: £70-£90/month

6. Stationery and Textbooks: £10-£40/month

7. Clothing: £50-£75/month

8. Travel (buses, trams, and trains): £30-£100/month

Student Travel in Oxford

Oxford is smartly connected to every primary transportation system within walking distance from every university and to other parts of Oxford. People can explore a wide range of transport services from the world-famous train station, buses, and friendly cabs. Amber’s Oxford student housing is within walking distance to grocery and convenience stores and easily accessible by public transport so students can live comfortably.

1. Bus: The city has very well-connected bus routes, making it the busiest in South Yorkshire. The Oxford Interchange connects areas on both national and international bus routes. First Bus and stagecoach are some of the primary bus services that run through the city. Students can use student discounts and get a weekly bus pass for under £10 or a monthly pass for £30.

2. Trams: The city administration of Oxford has developed the Oxford Tram system that connects the population from the City Centre to Hillsborough, Meadowhall Centre, and Halfway. The Supertram runs throughout the city, which students can use if they want to avoid getting stuck in street traffic. Similar to buses, a weekly pass will cost around £10, and a monthly pass will cost about £40.

3. Train Services: Oxford is well-connected to other major cities in the UK via its railway station. The Oxford Railway Station provides regular services to London Paddington, Birmingham, Manchester, and other significant cities. This makes it convenient for students and residents to explore other parts of the country or commute to nearby cities.

4. Cycling: Oxford is a bike-friendly city with a network of dedicated cycle lanes and bike-sharing schemes. Many students and residents choose to cycle as an eco-friendly and cost-effective mode of transportation. The flat terrain and compact city layout make cycling a popular choice for getting around Oxford.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Oxford

Oxford City offers so much to its residents and tourists to visit and explore. Students coming from across the world will not only get a quality education but will also get world-class exposure that will help them in their learning process. Students can explore some of the best tourist attractions over the weekend that are easily accessible from your Oxford student accommodation. The city has something to offer to everyone. If you are a book lover and love to spend your evenings around books, then visit the Bodleian Library to dive into the world of books. You can also visit the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology to understand the history of the bygone era. Another place to visit is the Oxford University Museum of Natural History to learn about history. One of the must-visit attractions is the University of Oxford, which has grabbed the centre of the limelight for many years now. Christ Church is considered one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the city and has seen a tremendous amount of public attention for many years now. Visit The Oxford Artisan Distillery to try some of the finest drinks that are made. If you want to spend an evening in between nature, then visit the University of Oxford Botanic Garden in peace. Bridge of Sighs, New College, Port Meadow, Sheldonian Theatre, and Oxford University Parks are some of the other attractions that students can explore and visit.

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Oxford offers several places where students can pay a visit and explore the beautiful places in the city. The Oxford student accommodation provides easy access to various tourist attractions near the Oxford student housing. Here are some of the most famous tourist attractions in or around Oxford.

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1. University of Oxford

2. City of Oxford College

3. Oxford Brookes University

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