Kaplan Living Bournemouth, Bournemouth

Holdenhurst Rd, Bournemouth, BH8 8GN, United Kingdom
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0.9 mi from City Center
0.9 mi from City Center( 18m. 11m. 5m)
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Bournemouth University (Lansdow... | 0.2 mi
Bournemouth Arts University | 1.9 mi
Bournemouth University(Talbot C... | 1.9 mi
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Lounge
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Paid laundry room
Amazing social spaces
Regular room cleaning at extra cost

About the Property

Located at 51-65 Holdenhurst Rd, Bournemouth BH8 8GN, UK, Kaplan Living Bournemouth stands as a popular choice for students seeking convenient and comfortable accommodations. Boasting a variety of gorgeous rooms in ensuites and studios, Kalpan Living caters to different preferences and needs. With Kaplan Living Bournemouth, students of nearby prestigious institutions, like Bournemouth University (Lansdowne Campus), Bournemouth Arts University, Bournemouth University (Talbot Campus), Bournemouth & Poole College, and Southampton Solent University, find themselves well-placed for academic and campus activities. Not only this, but Kalpan Living Bournemouth also allows you to explore the nearest cities and areas, such as Poole, Southampton, Winchester, Portsmouth, and Fern Barrow, among others, at ease.

Bournemouth, a bustling coastal city, is an enticing locale for students from around the globe due to its vibrant cultural scene, attractive beaches, and its standing as an educational hub. As home to a significant student population, the city offers a harmonious blend of leisure and learning, with top-ranked universities that draw international attention. Each year, Bournemouth welcomes over 19,000 students, drawn by its academic reputation and coastal charm. The substantial student population is supported by affordable student accommodations, such as Kalpan Living Bournemouth, which play a crucial role in the city’s appeal. The availability of reasonably priced student accommodation in Bournemouth ensures that students can manage their finances effectively while enjoying a comfortable and conducive living environment. Kalpan Living Bournemouth exemplifies this balance, offering modern amenities and strategic proximity to both educational institutions and recreational spots. The affordability of such student accommodation in Bournemouth, combined with Bournemouth's vibrant lifestyle, creates an ideal setting for students to thrive academically and socially. The integration of cost-effective student accommodation in Bournemouth and an engaging student life makes Bournemouth a top choice for students from around the world. The Bournemouth student accommodation places students in the heart of it all. Kalpamn Living Bournemouth is merely minutes away from the beachfront, the historic Bournemouth Pier, and the lush gardens that dot the city. 

Features

Welcome to the amenity-rich haven that is Kaplan Living Bournemouth. The student accommodation in Bournemouth is meticulously designed to ensure that students not only have a comfortable living experience but also an enriching lifestyle that supports both studies and social activities. The chic and modern rooms at Kaplan Living Bournemouth are in various configurations, including Studio Room, Panorama Studio, Deluxe Ensuite, and Classic Ensuite. Whichever room you choose in Kalpan Living Bournemouth, you will be provided with world-class amenities, such as a small double bed, a study desk & chair, a wardrobe, a study space, shelves, a cupboard, a pinboard, a mirror, and a bedside unit. The bathrooms are furnished with facilities, such as a shower, a wash basin, and a bathroom mirror. You will also be offered a fridge/freezer, an electric HOB, an oven, a microwave, a cupboard, and a dining area.

When it comes to common amenities, each resident of Kalpan Living Bournemouth gets to access the luxuries of student life, such as amazing social spaces, regular room cleaning at extra cost, and a paid laundry room. Kalpan Living Bournemouth is secured with friendly on-site support staff, keyless entry systems, and 24-hour reception teams. Your rent at the stunning Bournemouth student accommodation will include water, heating, electricity, and wi-fi

Location and What's Hot?

Situated directly in the energetic city of Bournemouth, Kaplan Living Bournemouth, Bournemouth student accommodation strikes the perfect balance between study and social life. Just outside your door, you'll be delighted to discover an array of contemporary eateries, cosy cafés, and essential retail stores. Indulge in gourmet delights at Nando's or savor the aromatic brews at The Coffee Club. For those nights when cooking seems too much of a chore, the tantalizing menus at 7Bone Burger Co. at 9 Gervis Pl and Zizzi await your presence.

Students can enjoy the lush green spaces with a visit to the tranquil Boscombe Chine Gardens for a study break or a leisurely weekend ramble, while Bournemouth Beach offers the perfect getaway on a sunny day. For the essentials, Asda Bournemouth Superstore and Tesco Express are ideally located to grab groceries on the go. Healthcare needs are covered with the proximity to Royal Bournemouth Hospital, ensuring peace of mind. Culture aficionados residing at Kaplan Living Bournemouth will relish the proximity to the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, where artistic inspiration abounds. Meanwhile, nights out are well catered for with popular venues like The Old Fire Station nearby, boasting a vibrant nightlife scene.

Educational institutions such as Bournemouth University (Talbot Campus), Bournemouth University (Lansdowne Campus), and Bournemouth & Poole College are within the vicinity, making Kaplan Living Bournemouth, Bournemouth accommodation, a prime choice for those seeking convenience and ease for their academic pursuits. With engaging learning environments like Bournemouth Arts University and City College also close at hand, it's no wonder why students find this location ideal. In summary, Kaplan Living Bournemouth not only provides a comfortable and chic living space for students but also places them

Commute

When it comes to exploring Bournemouth and getting to class, living at Kaplan Living Bournemouth ensures that you're perfectly placed to take advantage of the public transport network. You’ll find the convenience of numerous bus stops, such as Cranbourne House, Lansdowne, and Bournemouth Station Stop 7, right on your doorstep, allowing for hassle-free travel to your university or into the city centre for a day of shopping or entertainment. For students attending Bournemouth University (Lansden Campus), a short ride will bring you to your lectures and seminars. Trains from the nearby Bournemouth Railway Station can whisk you away to nearby cities or a weekend getaway with ease. Moreover, for those late-night or early-morning rides, the reliable services of local taxis and ride-sharing options can be of great assistance. Relish the seamless connectivity that makes student life at Kaplan Living Bournemouth, Bournemouth student accommodation not just comfortable but highly convenient.

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Unfortunately, you cannot bring pets, however they have an additional policy regarding assistance and therapy animals.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the residence doing everything it can to protect my health and wellbeing?

Please be assured that your safety is number one priority. Thats why they are cleaning all residences as frequently as possible, including every hour in key areas, and kaplan is  ensuring theres hand sanitiser available in the reception and all common areas. In addition, kaplan introduced social distancing measures and one-way systems (in line with UK government guidelines) to help keep you safe. Kaplan Living Reception areas and common spaces have also been redesigned with safety screens to allow kaplan  to provide you with a great service in a safe environment. Youll have a friendly and helpful team member in the residence available to contact to 24/7, either by phone, Skype, Zoom, email or in person. The facilities team in your residence will continue to fix any issues as they appear, and  they  will be testing kaplan  fire safety systems as normal, in order to maintain the highest possible standards of living and protection.

Can I have visitors in my flat?

Most residences do allow occasional guests to stay overnight, but for safety reasons, guests will typically need to be 18 or over and to sign in at reception. You will be personally responsible for the conduct of any visitors you are permitted to have stay while they are on site.

Do I have to wear a face mask when in the building?

When you are in common areas of the building such as reception, public corridors, laundry room, common room or the lift, you are asked to please wear a face mask. Once you are inside your flat you are not required to wear a mask.

What happens if the fire alarm goes off and I am in isolation?

In the event of a fire alarm, either part or all of your residence will have to evacuate. If the fire alarm goes off in your flat, then please evacuate the building. Ensure you are wearing a face mask when you leave. When exiting the building, head to the Assembly Point as guided. It is essential that once at the Assembly Point you maintain social distancing. You will receive further information once the incident is over from the residence staff as to how to return to your room safely. Your residence team will share specific fire safety information with you when you move in.

What should I do if I feel unwell?

If you have any of the symptoms of COVID-19, its vital that you protect yourself and others by self-isolating in line with your residences self-isolation procedure, which follows the current official public health guidance. As a starting point, please contact a member of the residence team by phone or email, or by using the QR code on the back of your bedroom door, and they can advise you on what to do. Please do not visit the team in person. You can also call NHS 111 for advice on your symptoms, what to do and whether you need further medical attention.

How will residence staff help me if I have to self-isolate?

Their residence staff will do everything they can to help you through any self-isolation period. The key first step is to let the residence team know as early as possible about your situation, so that they  can offer you the right support. You can do this by phone, email or by using the QR code on the back of your bedroom door (please dont visit them in person). If you are in a shared flat,  they  will inform your flatmates, who will also need to self-isolate. If youre under 18, well also inform your parents or legal guardian, and reassure them that  they are taking care of you. Each residence team has a carefully designed procedure for supporting you through this process. This includes providing assistance with food, medication or other deliveries to ensure they reach your door, and establishing a kitchen rota with your flatmates to allow everyone to access this common area safely. While you are self-isolating, our staff will contact you frequently to check on your health and wellbeing. Your residence team can give you more details about the special measures in place theyre fully committed to helping you.

What happens if my flatmate tests positive with COVID-19. Do I have to continue to share my flat with them?

Yes. Government guidance states that someone in the same household as a person testing positive for COVID-19 should immediately isolate for 14 days from either the date the symptoms of the positive case started or if non-symptomatic, 14 days from the date of the test. You should not leave your flat until your isolation period has ended.

How can I keep safe if a flatmate develops COVID-19?

If your flatmate tests positive your whole flat will have to isolate. You should all remain in your bedrooms, and only use the kitchen for when you are cooking.  they  will assist you with setting up a kitchen rota. It is important you have as little physical contact as possible during this time with your flatmates.  they recommend you clean the kitchen including all your utensils, pots and pans etc and clean down all surfaces after you use them before one of your flatmates then accesses the kitchen. While you are outside of your bedroom but within your flat, please wear a face mask to protect both you and your flatmates.

Will the reception team still accept my parcels and deliveries?

They   will support you as much as they can to ensure that you are able to receive deliveries. If you are not self-isolating, they kindly ask that you keep deliveries to a minimum in consideration of other residents who might need more help. If you are in self-isolation, the on-site teams will sign for food deliveries and assist in delivering items to your door, to make this period as comfortable as possible for you. Please note that all items and associated delivery charges are at students expense.

How can I report a maintenance issue if I am self-isolating?

If you have something that needs their attention, please report it to reception by using the QR code on the back of your bedroom door. Theyll do everything they can to resolve the matter as soon as possible if it is urgent, or at the end of your self-isolation period if it is not.

I am going home who do I need to inform?

If you do decide to leave, please inform your residence team of your departure date and arrange for your key to be handed back and your belongings removed from your room. Due to social distancing measures, you must remove your belongings yourself, however 1 non-resident who lives in your family household will be allowed into the building to assist you. This visitor must be confirmed with the residence team prior to arrival and will be required to wear adequate PPE before access to the residence will be permitted. you with still be liable for your rent, as per the Kaplan cancellation policy, until you find a new student to replace you.

I have returned home but left my belongings in my room, should I return to collect them?

You may leave your belongings in your room for the length of your tenancy. They cannot store any belongings after the end of your tenancy. It is your responsibility to arrange for your belongings to be collected before the end of your tenancy agreement. Any belongings left in your room at the end of your tenancy will need to be disposed of.

I am planning to start my course in January, can I book a room at this stage and what happens if I then cant travel?

You are welcome to book a room for your course start date in January. If you are then unable to travel due to COVID-19 restrictions, they will defer your booking start date to 14 days prior to when face-to-face teaching at your university is confirmed. You will not be liable for rent prior to the start date of the tenancy.

Can I cancel my upcoming booking?

They encourage students to continue to make bookings. If face-to-face teaching is not in place at the start of your tenancy, your booking will be deferred to 14 days prior to the date face-to-face teaching is expected to resume. Until this decision is made by the universities our standard cancellation policy will apply.

I am going home can I leave my belongings in my room? And when may I come back?

They completely understand that you may wish to go back to your home address or country at this time of uncertainty. If you do choose to leave and confirm you can return prior to the end date of your tenancy contract, then yes, you can leave your belongings in your room. However, if you cannot confirm you will return, then they advise that you remove all your belongings at the same time. They  cannot store any belongings after the end of your tenancy. It is your responsibility to arrange for your belongings to be collected before the end of your tenancy agreement. Any belongings left in your room at the end of your tenancy will need to be disposed of.

How do I book accommodation for a group of students?

We can accommodate group bookings large or small — just contact us outlining your requirements and we’ll work on your customised package.

Can I book with friends?

Yes. Simply give us the names of your friends when you book and we’ll allocate your rooms together if we can. You will need to all book the same room type and contract length.

I 'm under 18- Can I book accommodation?

Yes, we have several residences which accept students under 18.

Can I change my booking?

If you wish to make any changes to your booking, please contact our Central Accommodation Team. We will always make every effort to accommodate your wishes but all changes are subject to room availability and our booking terms and conditions.

What do I need to bring with me to check-in ?

As well as your belongings, you will need to bring a form of photo ID, such as a passport, to confirm your identity so we can issue your room key.

What is the check-in process?

In order to check in, you must complete all stages of the booking process, including providing identity documents and making any required rent payments. We will then contact you to make arrangements for check-in and let you know any relevant travel information. This will help to ensure you have the best possible experience upon moving in.

When can I move-in?

You can move in any time from the first day of your accommodation agreement. If you need to move in early, please contact our Central Accommodation Team and they will be able to advise if this is possible. There will be an additional weekly charge for any early check-ins.

I am going to be late checking in- do I need to let u know?

Yes, please keep us informed if your plans change. You can find contact details for each residence on the residence page.

Can I change or upgrade my room after moving in ?

Room change requests after moving in may be possible but are dependent on availability and subject to our terms and conditions. Please contact the Central Accommodation Team to discuss any changes.

Can I extend my stay beyond my contract end date?

Yes, extensions are possible but dependant on room availability. You may be asked to move to another room if you wish to extend. Please contact the Central Accommodation Team to discuss your requirements.

How do I check out?

Prior to moving out you may be asked to arrange an end-of-tenancy room inspection with the residence team. On the day of your departure, please remove all your belongings from your bedroom and the communal kitchen and place any waste in the bins provided. Once your room is clear and clean, please hand your key in at reception to sign out.

What happens if I lose my keys ? Will I be charged?

Most of our residences have keyless entry systems operated via your mobile phone. If you for any reason you require a physical access fob, you may be charged for a replacement if you lose it.

What are the reception open hours?

Most of our residences have 24-hour reception teams. The reception may be unattended occasionally during the night if the team member on duty is elsewhere in the building.

Is internet provided free at the accommodation?

Yes, free, high-speed internet is included in your contract. You can enjoy a wired* or wireless connection of up to 100 Mb/s, provided by Ask4. Internet access is available throughout the building, and you may register up to 10 separate devices. Please note: you’ll need to bring your own ethernet cable in order to use the wired connections. You can also add extra services to your Ask4 account for an additional fee. For a one-off payment of £15, you can register an additional 4 devices (up to a total of 14). If you wish to back-up your work on the cloud, you can purchase unlimited storage, also for a one-off payment of £15. *Wired internet connection not currently available at Kaplan Living Glasgow – Argyle Street; wifi is provided throughout the building instead.

Can I bring my own TV?

Residents are welcome to bring a television set, but you will be responsible for buying your own TV licence as the residence does not provide this.

Do I need to buy contents Insurance?

We know that accidents happen, so Kaplan Living has you covered. We work with Endsleigh Insurance to provide you with contents insurance. You can download the Endsleigh app to check your level of cover, and can submit a claim using the claim form.

Can I order parcels to the residence?

In most cases this will be possible, but please check with your residence reception team to find out the process.

What do I do if I can't pay my rent?

If you are unable to pay your rent in time due to delays with your student loan or any other reason, please contact us as soon as possible for guidance.

Can I hire a cleaning service?

At most residences, you’ll be able to add a regular room cleaning to your booking as an optional extra.

Is there a laundry service available?

Yes, all residents will have access to a laundry room where you can wash your clothes for a fee.

Can I bring pet?

Unfortunately, you cannot bring pets, however we have an additional policy regarding assistance and therapy animals.

What if I have a disability or medical condition?

All of our residences have accessible rooms available. Please just let us know your requirements when you apply. If you have a disability or medical condition that requires our support, please contact us so we can discuss your needs.

what safety measures are in place?

You can rest assured our residences are following all appropriate safety guidelines, such as sanitising stations and frequent cleaning of communal areas.
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Student Accomodations in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Student Accommodation

Choosing the right student accommodation in Bournemouth can significantly enhance your academic experience. Renowned for its vibrant atmosphere and picturesque scenery, Bournemouth is a hub for students from various educational institutions, including Southampton Solent University and Bournemouth University, across its Talbot and Lansdowne Campuses. Whether you are attending Bournemouth & Poole College or Bournemouth Arts University, finding the perfect student housing in Bournemouth is essential.

Opting for off-campus student housing in Bournemouth, UK, provides you with the freedom to explore a diversity of local cultures and activities beyond the college boundaries. Amber steps in to simplify your search for the ideal student accommodation in Bournemouth. It offers a seamless process for students to secure their home away from home, with various affordable room types and convenient locations. The accommodations come with a wealth of amenities designed for students, such as high-speed internet, communal areas, and sometimes even gym facilities, ensuring a comfortable and conducive living and learning environment. Noteworthy properties in close proximity to Bournemouth's educational institutions include the chic townhouses near Bournemouth University (Lansdowne Campus) and modern apartments a short bus ride from Southampton Solent University.

About Bournemouth

A coastal gem located in the south of England, Bournemouth is a picturesque town brimming with natural beauty and academic prowess. Recognised for its stunning beaches, Victorian architecture, and vibrant nightlife, Bournemouth attracts students from across the globe. Its seven miles of golden sands and sparkling waters provide an idyllic setting for both relaxation and study.

The town is notable for its high-ranking educational institutions, contributing to a thriving student demographic. With universities like Bournemouth University (Talbot Campus and Lansdowne Campus), Bournemouth & Poole College, and Bournemouth Arts University, the town boasts a diverse and vibrant educational scene. These institutions are known for their strong emphasis on professional practice, creativity, and innovation, shaping Bournemouth as a hub for academic excellence. Bournemouth's reputation is also cemented through a pulsing social and cultural life. From the elite shopping boutiques at Westbourne to the trendy cafés in Boscombe, each locality within Bournemouth has a unique charm.

Best Student Accommodation In Bournemouth

Finding the best student accommodation in Bournemouth is a primary concern for many students moving to this vibrant city. Off-campus student houses in Bournemouth come with a wealth of benefits, catering to the varying needs of students. From independence, a balance between privacy and social opportunities, to affordability compared to on-campus residences, these accommodations often provide a holistic living experience. Whether you're attending Southampton Solent University or Bournemouth Arts University, there's a range of off-campus Bournemouth student accommodation options. These may include ensuites, student halls, and studio apartments, offering both comfort and convenience. Many accommodations also foster a strong community atmosphere, allowing you to forge lasting friendships and enhance your university life. Below are some of the top student flats in Bournemouth:

1. 17a Christchurch Road

2. Kaplan Living Bournemouth

3. Yugo Belaton House

4. Oxford Point

5. Skyline

6. St Peter’s Hall

7. Mercury House

Cost of Living in Bournemouth

Bournemouth is considered an affordable place to live compared to many other cities in southern England. Housing costs, whether renting or buying, are relatively reasonable for the region. The cost of essentials like groceries, utilities, and transportation tends to be in line with national averages. However, Bournemouth's status as a popular seaside resort town means some entertainment, dining out, and tourism-related expenses can run on the higher side. Overall, Bournemouth offers a relatively inexpensive yet high quality of life. Below, we've provided the breakdown of the many expenses you might incur while staying in Bournemouth:

1. Off-campus accommodation: £560 - £590 per month

2. Transportation: £60 - £70 per month

3. Food: £420 - £475 per month

4. Utility: £240 - £255 `

5. Entertainment: £40 - £70 per month

6. Groceries: £105 - £120 per month

7. Clothes: £70 - £90 per month

Student Travel in Bournemouth

For students looking for convenient and affordable travel around Bournemouth, the region offers a well-connected public transportation system. Commuting from your Bournemouth student accommodation is made easy with an array of transport options that are both accessible and cost-efficient. Emphasising the ease of travel for students residing in the city, here's a look into the transportation facilities, ensuring you make it to your classes on time and explore the city at your leisure.

1. Buses: An extensive network of buses runs across Bournemouth, providing frequent services to key destinations, including universities and the town centre. Single-trip fares generally start at around £2, while students can avail of discounted travel cards for unlimited travel, making it a highly economical option. You can take the Bournemouth Square (Stand O) and Bournemouth Square (Stand Y) bus stations.

2. Metro: While Bournemouth itself does not have a metro system, the efficient bus service complements the travel needs between different locales, covering areas not accessible by train. The average metro fare is  £4.45.

3. Trains: Bournemouth's main train station connects you to various UK destinations, including a direct line to Southampton. Perfect for a weekend getaway or visiting home. Students can benefit from railcards, which offer significant savings on fares.

4. Cycling: With many dedicated cycling lanes, cycling is a budget-friendly and healthy alternative for getting around Bournemouth. There are numerous bike hire schemes available, adding to the ease of travel without the fixed commitment of owning a bike.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Bournemouth

Discovering the student lifestyle in Bournemouth is like uncovering a kaleidoscope of culture, comfort, and coastal charm. Renowned for its picturesque beaches and vibrant urban scene, Bournemouth stands out as an exceptional study destination. Its safety and suitability for student living are second to none, promising a tranquil yet bustling life for academics. With Bournemouth student accommodation options, you'll find yourself immersed in an environment that's not just welcoming but also perfectly pitched for the intellectual mind.

The heart of Bournemouth's social life beats in its myriad of popular hangout spots. Whether it's sipping artisan coffees at the local cafes like Olive Cafe and Leo Cafe or enjoying a meal with friends at trendy restaurants like Arbor and Brasserie Blanc, students will find no shortage of places to relax and unwind. Numerous bars like Cosy Club and Aruba offer a chance to socialise and enjoy live music, while green spaces like the Bournemouth Gardens invite you for a stroll or a picnic between lectures. Every recreational pursuit is catered to here, all within a 5-mile radius of the main student accommodation in Bournemouth. But Bournemouth's appeal extends beyond its daytime pursuits. The town is also known for its cultural vibrancy, hosting music festivals and events that showcase local and international talent. High-energy concerts, art exhibitions, and cultural festivals contribute to a lively atmosphere that students can revel in throughout the year. In a nutshell, Bournemouth captures the essence of a perfect student life - a balance between rigorous academics and a rich social culture. Opt for Bournemouth student houses to experience this harmonious blend of learning and living in a town that celebrates the spirit of studenthood in every corner.

Bournemouth Tourist Attractions

Bournemouth, a vibrant coastal resort town on England’s southern coast, is famous for its seven miles of golden sands and sparkling sea. The town is not only a popular beach destination but also boasts various attractions that lure tourists year-round. From stunning gardens and historic landmarks to aquatic adventures and cultural exhibitions, Bournemouth offers an array of experiences for every visitor.

1. Bournemouth Beach

2. Bournemouth Pier

3. Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

4. Oceanarium Bournemouth

5. Bournemouth Gardens

6. The Square

7. Hengistbury Head

8. Bournemouth Balloon

9. Bournemouth Aviation Museum

10. Poole Harbour

Universities in Bournemouth

Bournemouth, known for its idyllic coastal beauty, is also a hub of academic excellence, boasting some of the most prominent and respected universities. Some of the universities in Bournemouth include:

1. Bournemouth University (Talbot Campus)

2. Bournemouth University (Lansdowne Campus)

3. Bournemouth Arts University

4. Bournemouth & Poole College

5. Southampton Solent University

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