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Snowdon Hall, Wrexham
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Snowdon Hall, Wrexham

Vicarage Hill, Wrexham, LL13 7HN, United Kingdom
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About the Property

Discover comfortable and convenient living at Snowdon Hall Wrexham, located at Vicarage Hill, Wrexham, LL13 7HN, United Kingdom. Known for its welcoming atmosphere and strategic location, Snowdon Hall Wrexham boasts a variety of room options, including Ensuite Bronze and Ensuite Silver, catering to diverse student preferences. Situated in close proximity to prominent educational institutions, students have easy access to the University of Law, The Hammond School, University of Chester (Queen's Park Campus), and others, making Snowdon Hall Wrexham student accommodation a sought-after choice for domestic and international scholars alike.

The charming city of Wrexham offers an excellent backdrop to your academic journey. As a burgeoning educational hub, Wrexham balances rich history with modern amenities to provide students with a well-rounded experience. It's the largest town in the north of Wales and has a rich history dating back to Roman times. One of its notable landmarks is Wrexham Parish Church, which dates back to the 15th century.

The town has a strong industrial heritage, particularly in coal mining and the production of iron and steel. In recent years, there has been a shift towards a more diverse economy, with sectors such as retail, healthcare, and education playing significant roles. A considerable student population calls this city home, thanks to local higher education offerings like the Glyndwr University and the University of Chester. The city's cultural landscape, seasoned with historical landmarks and contemporary conveniences, such as nearby restaurants, retail outlets, and entertainment venues, complements the academic environment perfectly. Choosing Snowdon Hall Wrexham student accommodation not only places you amid Wrexham's vibrant student community but ensures a memorable and educational stay, all provided by the established student roost property management group. Embrace the opportunity to study, live, and grow in Wrexham, a city that embodies tradition and progress with equal grace.

Features

Nestled in the heart of Wrexham, Snowdon Hall Wrexham offers an impeccable blend of comfort and convenience for any student seeking premier accommodation. Snowdon Hall Wrexham promises a lavish blend of functionality and design through its diverse room offerings, which include the Ensuite Bronze and Ensuite Silver types, all fully furnished to cater to the modern student lifestyle. Students at Snowdon Hall student accommodation Wrexham can enjoy the luxury of a small double bed, providing a cosy space for rest after a long day of studying, with underbed storage available. A dedicated desk and chair are provided for focused study sessions, while a spacious wardrobe ensures ample storage for clothing and personal items. Stay connected with high-speed WiFi throughout the accommodation. Additionally, bedside cabinets are included, offering a convenient spot for keeping essentials within reach.

Our modern facilities include secure bike storage, ensuring your wheels are always safe and ready for your next adventure. Stay connected and engaged with our vibrant social calendar, filled with exciting communal events that bring everyone together. Laundry day is a breeze with our convenient communal laundry facilities. Head to our spacious BBQ area nestled within our lush garden space, perfect for enjoying the outdoors with friends. The printing services have also got you covered. Plus, forget the hassle of finding parking with our convenient car parking options. Rest easy knowing our onsite staff are available 24/7, ready to assist with any concerns. Your safety is our priority, with CCTV, controlled access gates, and secure building entry ensuring peace of mind. Our dedicated maintenance team is always on hand, providing round-the-clock support for any issues that may arise. With fully furnished rooms, contents insurance included, and an onsite concierge to assist with any needs, our Snowdon Hall Vicarage Hill Wrexham offers everything you need for a comfortable and worry-free stay.

Location and What's Hot?

Snowdon Hall Vicarage Hill Wrexham is ideally located at the cusp of convenience and culture, offering a plethora of amenities just outside your door. With Glyndwr University (main campus) and the University of Chester in close proximity, the vibrant city life is a student's playground. An array of educational institutions, including Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, are within easy reach.

There are many things to do in and around the city. Students could indulge in cafe hopping, sightseeing, or leisurely walks in the parks. Grab your morning coffee at Lot 11 Cafe or enjoy a delicious bite at The Fat Boar, both renowned for their inviting atmosphere. For international cuisine, students can explore eateries like ThaiDine and Frankie & Benny's. Students can also indulge in the notorious fast food pizza chain - Domino's Pizza - Wrexham for some yummy pizzas. When it comes to groceries, the convenient Tesco Express has you covered for all your day-to-day needs. Taking care of your health is easy with the Maelor Hospital nearby, ensuring peace of mind for medical services. To relax and unwind, Belle Vue Park offers a green respite from academic pressures, while workout enthusiasts can head to Waterworld Leisure & Activity Centre for a fitness session. Eagles Meadow Shopping Centre is the go-to spot for all your retail therapy needs.

Culture vultures will delight in the historical St Giles' Church, while the Wrexham County Borough Museum offers insights into the local heritage. For a night out with friends, Central Station is one of the prime hubs of the city's nightlife. Snowdon Hall Vicarage Hill Wrexham student accommodation provides the perfect fusion of educational excellence and vibrant city living. Situated in the heart of Wrexham, students are not just investing in a place to stay but a lifestyle that combines study with social and cultural immersion.

Commute

Students residing at Snowdon Hall student accommodation Wrexham enjoy a seamless commuting experience thanks to a wide array of public transport options available within proximity. Odeon Buildings and Hill Street are the nearest bus stops, and Wrexham Central is the nearest metro link. Not forgetting cyclists and walkers, there’s ample provision for bike lanes and pedestrian paths, making Snowdon Hall Wrexham accommodation centrally positioned for academic and leisure commutes. The assurance of convenient connectivity is a cornerstone of the student lifestyle at this particular accommodation in the city of Wrexham.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Wifi
Water
Electricity
Heating
Content Insurance
Gas

Common Amenities

Bike Storage
Social calendar
Communal Laundry (Circuit card or app)
BBQ area
Garden
Printing services

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Frequently Asked Questions

What room types do you have?

Whether you want to share with friends, or have your own private Studio, our Property offer a great selection of room types for everyone. Our rooms range depending on where you decide to book and you can view these through our individual property pages. For more information, please visit our About  Property page.

What communal spaces do you have?

They know making new friends is a must! That’s why they offer great communal spaces where you and your neighbours can get to know each other. Facilities are site specific however each property guarantees a fun-packed and fully inclusive social calendar for all our students to enjoy, all year round… free of charge! Visit our individual property pages to find out what each  Property has to offer.

What if I have a disability or special requirements?

Property’s top priority is making sure you have a comfortable and safe stay, so please declare any medical information or disabilities on your application. All properties offer rooms types with additional and accessible facilities. When creating your application, please make sure you tick the ‘DDA’ box and enter in as much detail as possible so our teams can ensure you reserve the most suitable  Property for your requirements.

Some studio rooms offer dual occupancy - can my friend come to live with me?

Yes! Check with the property whether your studio room is eligible for dual occupancy, but please note that both individuals who occupy the room must be students.

What is the difference between bronze, silver, gold and platinum rooms?

How big it is. Specifically the floor space. Each room has the same furniture, features, and decor, but it will differ in size. There are some exceptions; at John Bell House for example, the rooms are categorised using a mix of reasons such as location and layout as well as size. Some rooms look and feel bigger/smaller because of their shape so we’ve taken this into consideration when categorising them.

Can I change rooms if I don’t like mine?

It would be possible if someone drops out or someone else wants to swap with you. Please contact your property team and they will do their best to accommodate your needs. Remember that all rooms are effectively the same apart from the floor space.

Do we provide the TV license in the shared flat kitchen?

Property do not provide any TV Licenses for the studios or shared flats so you’ll need to register for your own TV licence.

How close is my accommodation to the university?

All of the properties are in convenient, central, locations. Whether it’s close to your campus depends on where you’re studying! Check out the relevant property page on this website or get in touch with the on-site property team for details. All of our cities have excellent transport links and secure bike storage if you don’t fancy walking.

What should I bring with me to live at a property?

Bedding is not provided unless included in an offer (check with the relevant property team or Ts & Cs), so bring a sheet to cover the mattress, a duvet and pillows. Information about bed sizes can be found on the room pages. You can get a bedding pack, kitchenware or bathroom accessories before your arrival from UniKitOut, a UK based company that will deliver your items before your check-in date. This will be delivered to your room or the property reception desk ready to use from day one of your arrival (if items are ordered before the deadline).

What is covered by my insurance policy?

They understand students have a limited budget so Endsleigh have launched brand new, unique student insurance options. They have been designed to cover the risks that you may encounter whilst living in student accommodation and away from home. Your contents. Covered. By partnering with Endsleigh, the No.1 student insurance provider, we’ve arranged contents insurance for all our students staying with us in our residence at no cost to you. It is important all students confirm their cover to ensure you understand what is and isn’t covered. Plus you’ll also be entered into a prize draw specifically for residents, courtesy of Endsleigh! Visit confirm your cover to see: What is and what isn’t covered Key exclusions - where cover isn’t provided Policy excess – the amount you pay when you make a claim How to make claim Personalise cover

What counts as an act of anti-social behaviour?

Anti-social behaviour can be any behaviour that causes, or may cause, distress, nuisance, annoyance, alarm or harassment to other residents,  Property team members, contractors, visitors to the property or the wider community. For example, playing loud music late at night, using illegal drugs, smoking in your flat or using threatening or abusive language towards other residents or  Property team members. There are specific obligations in your tenancy agreement addressing anti-social behaviour that you must comply with. Failure to do so is a breach of your tenancy. They are:
  • Not to cause, or allow visitors to engage in, anti-social behaviour, which means any conduct causing or capable of causing a nuisance or annoyance to the Landlord, other occupiers, neighbours or people engaging in lawful activity within the locality. Examples of anti-social behaviour include (but are not limited to) not properly disposing of rubbish and inconsiderate use of the property, as well as more serious problems such as noise, violent and criminal behaviour, the supply and use of controlled drugs and intimidation, harassment or victimisation on the grounds of a persons’ race, sex (gender), sexual orientation, disability, age, religion or belief, pregnancy or maternity status, or socio-economic status.
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  • Not to cause any nuisance, offence, disruption, harassment, annoyance or persistent disturbance to others.

How do I report an act of anti-social behaviour?

Property teams are available 24/7 to support you with any concerns around anti-social behaviour in your property. You can contact us via our property telephone, live chat or email or speak to one of the team in reception. They can then take appropriate action. This might include speaking to the resident(s) in question about the obligations in their tenancy agreement and the effect of their behaviour on others, or informing their guarantor, university or other authorities. If you witness an incident where there is immediate risk to others, you should alert emergency services by ringing 999 immediately.

Where do I access relevant support if I have been affected by an act of anti-social behaviour?

Property teams will be able to guide you to the support available within your area. They have great links with student services at the university and the local police. They would also encourage you to contact a family member or friend for additional support. (Student Minds is the UK’s student mental health charity. Their website is a great source of information and advice. Your property team, and student services will also have further signposting guidance that can support you during your time at university.)

How do I book with my friends?

Property welcomes group bookings of any size! When using the Book Now option, please make sure you tick you are part of a group. If you are the first, we’ll ask you for the names and email addresses for everyone in your group (so come prepared!). Your friends will then be invited to register with our website too! When all applications are received, our Property Teams will ensure you are offered the perfect Property for you to rule! Just to note when it comes to dual occupancy in studio rooms, both individuals who occupy the room must be students.

Can I arrive earlier than my tenancy start date?

Early arrivals are possible depending on the availability of the room you have booked. If you wish to arrive earlier than your tenancy start date, please contact the property team. They will do their best to accommodate your needs.

When do we have to pay deposit?

When you accept your booking you’ll need to pay your deposit.

Do you do flexible tenancies/semester lets?

Many of our properties offer flexible tenancies. Visit the relevant property page on this website or get in touch with the property team for details.

When rent is due, does it come out as a direct debit?

Rent does not come out of your bank automatically. You have to log on to your Property portal to set up your payment, or you can pay by card at reception. They do allow bank transfer but this is usually only in special cases, they prefer the first two options. You will choose your payment plan when booking.

Can I sublet (tenancy takeover) to/ from my friend?

No, you are not permitted to sublet any part of your accommodation, as per your accepted tenancy agreement. If you need to move out early, you should contact the reception team to discuss the option of a tenancy takeover.

When will I get my deposit back?

Your deposit payment is uploaded into a deposit protection scheme until you check out. This will be returned to you after your tenancy end date based on a successful check-out inspection (i.e. no damage or cleanliness related issues)

What is a guarantor and why do I need to provide one?

Your guarantor is a person who agrees to pay your rent or make other payments due under your tenancy agreement if you are unable to. They’re standard practice for rental accommodation, particularly for students. they will only contact your guarantor if there is a delay in payment or they are concerned that the terms of your tenancy are not being complied with. Your guarantor should be over 18 years of age. They should be in full time employment and a homeowner and/or renting accommodation. Property welcomes international guarantors.

What does my guarantor need to do when I book?

They’ll send your guarantor a separate form to fill in once you’ve made your booking and provided their details. They’ll need to complete this form to prove they are eligible. If your guarantor needs to see a copy of this form before you book, then they can ask a team member in your property, who’ll be happy to provide a copy to read in advance. They’ll also be able to answer any questions that you or they have about this document.

What happens if they don’t or can’t sign the form?

If the person a resident names as a guarantor would prefer not to sign the agreement or isn’t eligible to act as a guarantor, they ask them to nominate someone else. If they’re not able to find a guarantor, we’ll then discuss this with the resident – they may need to cancel the booking, or they may be able to agree with the resident that because of their individual circumstances the tenancy agreement can proceed without a guarantor.

When might you contact my guarantor?

Unless you’ve asked us to notify them of other issues, we’ll only contact your guarantor if there’s a delay in payment or they are concerned that the terms of your tenancy are not being complied with. Typically delays in payment will relate to rent, but it would also cover issues like any damages to your room that haven’t been paid for. More information is explained in the agreement we’ll send to your guarantor.

Can my parent/guarantor ask questions about my tenancy on my behalf?

If you’ve signed a tenancy agreement with us, they will communicate with you directly. We’ll only contact your guarantor if there’s a delay in payment, if we’re concerned that the terms of your tenancy are not being complied with, or if you’ve specifically given your consent for us to discuss your tenancy with a named third party. However, they can provide general information about our tenancies and processes.

How to pay?

Here at Property, they believe in being flexible. That means you get the choice on how you pay your rent. You can choose from annual, termly and monthly payment plans across the year. And don’t worry – we’re different! Your instalment dates will never fall before your student finance and there’s no small fee when checking in.

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Student Accomodations in Wrexham

Wrexham Student Accommodation

We know that your accommodation plays an important role in your university experience, we offer a variety of stylish and stylish options to suit your needs. Our modern apartments and spacious communal buildings create a welcoming environment in which you can thrive academically and socially. Amber offers assistance since the region has several selections for affordable, uber-comfortable student accommodation in Wrexham. Wrexham student accommodation is available near numerous prestigious colleges, including the Wrexham Glyndwr University and North East Wales Institute of Higher Education (a University of Wales Associated College). The utmost comfort of the students is taken into consideration when designing every aspect of Wrexham's student housing. The location is open to everyone. Other types of students living in Wrexham include private halls of residence, student residences, and private homes. In Wrexham, the price of student housing varies from £95 to £225 per week. The region's most popular options for private student accommodation include Chester City, Chester, Snowdon Hall, Wrexham, and Waterside Court, Chester.

About Wrexham

Wrexham is a vibrant, historic city that attracts visitors with its rich culture, beauty and strong education. Located in North East Wales, Wrexham is diverse and friendly, lending itself to a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Wrexham has a rich history that reveals its past through buildings such as St Giles' Church, one of the Seven Wonders of Wales, and the medieval Wrexham Town Hall. The Wrexham County Borough Museum showcases the town's industrial heritage and provides a glimpse into the past. Explore the Outstanding Naturally Beautiful Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Region, or embark on an adventure through the stunning Ceiriog Valley filled with beautiful scenery and charming villages. Glyndwr University and Wrexham Medical School are at the forefront of research and innovation, while the University of Cumbria, Colger has a wide range of academic activities. These schools attract students from all over the world, fostering a diverse community. Wrexham has a rich artistic and cultural heritage alongside its academic activities; William Aston Hall offers a wide variety of arts events, including drama and theater. The city's supermarkets, modern shops and pleasant restaurants offer ample opportunities for leisure and entertainment.

Best Student Accommodation in Wrexham

Student accommodation has appeared in many forms over the years, from modest hospitals to modern and comfortable accommodation. The history of dormitories can be traced back to the founding of the first university in Europe in the Middle Ages, which provided students with a place to live and study. Fast forward to our day and we've found many great deals for students looking for the best student accommodation in Wrexham. Snowdon Hall student accommodation in Wrexham, which is famous for its great facilities and great location. The residences feature many well-designed rooms and apartments with modern amenities such as high-speed internet access, study centers and meeting rooms. The importance of comfort and safety ensures safe and secure student accommodation in Wrexham.

  1. Northgate Studios
  2. The Towpath
  3. Trinity Halls
  4. Waterside Court

Cost of Living

Wrexham's affordable cost of living makes it unproblematic for students. One can choose student accommodation in Wrexham, which offers a fair amount of amenities and is in line with the student's budget, due to the rent costs being reasonably affordable. Keeping this in mind, the real cost may differ from the estimations.

  1. Food: £170- 190  per month
  2. Phone and phone plans:  £30 - 45  per month
  3. Dinner at a Restaurant: £18 - 25 for one outing
  4. Laundry facilities: £20 - 25 per week
  5. Stationery and Textbooks: £40 per month
  6. Clothing: £25 - 35 per month
  7. Travel:  £190 - 220 per month

Student Travel in Wrexham

Wrexham is a lively town in Wales that offers easy travel for visitors. The well-connected transport system makes it easy to explore the city and its surroundings. Wrexham has an excellent bus service that provides easy access to major attractions, shops and accommodation options. The city also has a train station with regular services providing easy access to other parts of the country. Additionally, Wrexham is well connected to the motorway and is easily accessible by car. Adult fares vary based on the distance traveled, with prices ranging from £2 to £10. Take advantage of convenient Travelcards, starting at just £15, which offer unlimited travel for a specific duration. With these diverse transportation options and budget-friendly Travelcards, navigating Wrexham City has never been more convenient.

Cycling

If you prefer a scenic route, consider cycling through the city's vibrant neighborhoods. Hire a bicycle for as low as £2 per day and breeze through the traffic with ease.

Bus

Enjoy the convenience of a local bus connecting to the entire city. Adult prices usually start from £1. It costs from £50 to £3 one way, and a day pass costs £4.50. Find out more with Travelcards, which cost £18 and allow unlimited travel on the bus within a set period of time.

Train

Wrexham's student train entry is a cheap option and adult fares for local journeys are usually between £2 to  £5. Students can also take advantage of travel discount cards such as the Young Person's Rail card, which provides additional savings for their daily travel needs and makes train travel easier and more cost-effective.

Student lifestyle and living in Wrexham

Time to unwind? Wrexham has plenty of fun and green space. Head to Bellevue Park for a walk or a meal with friends, or explore the beautiful Erddig National Trust where you can soak up the peace. For a cultural experience, visit the Wrexham Museum and learn more about the city's rich history. Gourmets will love Wrexham's delicious cuisine. From cozy cafes to international cuisine, you'll find something to satisfy your every craving. Don't miss local favorites like Lemon Tree and Fat Boar, which have great food and a great atmosphere. The city hosts many events throughout the year catering to all interests. Listen to live music at Glyndŵr University's William Aston Hall or watch a movie at the Odeon cinema. Wrexham also has a market where you can find handicrafts, fresh produce and delicious food. Wrexham students can have a fun night out. From trendy clubs like Liquid & Envy and Atik to restaurants like The Bank, there's something for every taste. In addition, Wrexham has a thriving student community with many clubs and societies. Play a sport, join an education society, or express your ideas with theater and theater groups. The city's schools also provide resources and services to support your education.

Wrexham Tourist Attractions

This city in Wales is blessed with magnificent geography and breathtaking sights for you to see. Students can visit these locations to relax and take a break from their studies. Students can visit these places for less money if they have their student ID cards, which their institutions issue. Students can visit places such as:

  1. Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
  2. Erddig
  3. Chirk Castle
  4. Xplore! Science Discovery Centre
  5. Chirk Aqueduct
  6. St Giles Parish Church
  7. Wrexham County Borough

Universities in Wrexham

  1. Wrexham Glyndwr University 
  2. North East Wales Institute of Higher Education (a University of Wales Associated College)
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