Student Housing in High Wycombe

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High Wycombe

About

Located in the sublime county of Buckinghamshire and the Chilterns Area of incredible Natural Beauty, the city of High Wycombe often referred as Wycombe is a town full of bustling historic borough, picturesque villages and rural spots. 

With an average of 120,256 residents, the city of Wycombe is the second-largest city in Buckinghamshire. Apart from housing some of the well-known historic sites like Wycombe Museum and Hughenden Manor, the town also harbours a set of renowned universities and colleges out of which Buckinghamshire New University, Brunel University, Rosedale College, Royal Holloway are some of the few to name.

Along with being at a commutable distance from London, the city also has its fair share of tourist spots including Hell Fire Caves, Dashwood Mausoleum, High Wycombe Guildhall, Lacey Green Windmill and many more. 

Student accommodation

Finding student accommodation which would fit in your budget while still being able to fulfil all your requirements is one of the biggest concerns for any student who has just moved into the city. However, with the ever-increasing student population, finding a student housing in High Wycombe won’t be that of a task. 

The city has filled with options for everyone; right from affordable housing to the most big-budget lavish options, one can find a range of quality student housing in Wycombe.

Wycombe student accommodation is further bifurcated into three categories:

  • Private Halls of residence aka Off-campus Accommodation
  • Private housing/ Independent house
  • On-campus accommodation is also known as Halls of Residence

Private Halls of Residence in Wycombe includes lavish, convenient and modest studios, en-suites and shared apartments which provides for all the house amenities cost in the rent. Student housing in Wycombe starts at 118 pounds per week. 

Due to the maintained quality standard and attractive student offers, private halls of residence are always in hot demand among the students.

In Private housing, students can rent out either house. However, the cost of private housing can be comparatively higher than the other housing options around High Wycombe. 

Halls of Residence, also known as On-campus student accommodation generally comprises of buildings with shared flats and dorms. This is one of the best housing options for an undergraduate or fresher student due to its close proximity to the university. 

Apart from this, if you are looking to stay in High Wycombe for a short duration, the town offers plenty of short term housing options in High Wycombe.

Travel

Commuting around the city of High Wycombe is extremely easy and convenient due to its excellent, efficient and smooth transportation networks and routes.

One could easily travel from High Wycombe to the major cities like London, Midlands and Oxford by car or bike via roadways. While travelling by train, the distance between Wycombe and the capital city of London is covered merely within 25 minutes. There are also bus services which commute between the district’s villages and towns on regular intervals.

Apart from this, there are regular coach services which run from High Wycombe to major destinations including Heathrow Airport, London Victoria, Glasgow and Birmingham.

Living

Formerly known as the Furniture capital of England, the city of High Wycombe is a vibrant, modern and lively city with plenty of cultural, historical and entertainment options to explore including sporting venues, shopping spots, theatres, nightlife, affordable clubs, bars and restaurants.

Filled with Michelin-starred restaurants and cafes serving domestically prepared drink and food, wineries, tea venues and breweries, can be enjoyed throughout the town.

Apart from this, you could enjoy your morning stroll and cycling sessions alongside the River Thames. Highlights of the district include the Chiltern Cycleway and the Thames Path. One could also enjoy hiking at the Ridgeway National Trail

Visit the former prime minister Benjamin Disraeli house “Hughenden Manor” along with Bekonscot Model Village and Railway which is just a short drive away. Some of the other tourist highlights include Princes Risborough Railway and the Horse Trust and Chinnor.

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