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Ty Glyn, Bangor
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Ty Glyn, Bangor

High St, Bangor, LL57 1YJ, United Kingdom
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About the Property

While you’re preparing for the next chapter of your life, Ty Glyn might be your best bet for student accommodation in Bangor! Offering spacious and fully furnished studios, this property is just an 11-minute walk to Bangor University, making it an ideal student housing.

Features

This contemporary building offers a wide range of completely furnished apartments, each of which includes a comfortable double bed with a personal study area, an en-suite bathroom, and a kitchen. After spending the day cooped up in your room, step outside to get some fresh air, play some pool or foosball with your friends in the common area, or just unwind by watching the newest movie on the TV. Furthermore, all utilities like high-speed Wi-Fi, water, gas, and electricity are included in the bill. 

Location and What's Hot?

The property which is tucked away in the center of Bangor is surrounded by tons of shops, restaurants and cafes.  Eat American at Harvey's New York Bar &Grill and taste Italian at Torna a Surriento. After a long day, take a 10-minute walk to the beach to clear your mind and stock up on some snacks and groceries from the nearest local supermarket on the way back.

Commute

Walk for 2 minutes and you'll reach Bus Station B where you can catch a bus to your destination. For a longer journey, catch a train at Bangor train station which is a 12-minute walk.  So take your chance and book Ty Glyn Studios now!

What will you get

Common Amenities

Communal Area/Games Room
Paid Parking Available
Bike Storage
TV (communal)

Cancellation Policies (4)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
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  • No Visa No Pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
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  • No Place No Pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.
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Payment Policies (4)

  • Booking Deposit
    This property requires booking deposit.
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  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property offers flexible instalment plan.
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  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.
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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I reserve a room?

To reserve a room, you will need to pay a holding deposit which is the equivalent of 1 week’s rent for your chosen room. Once the tenancy signing process is complete your holding deposit will be credited towards the full deposit for your room for the year. Important: The holding deposit could be withheld if any relevant person including any guarantors withdraws from the tenancy, provide materially significant false or misleading information, or fail to sign their tenancy agreement, and/or Deed of Guarantee.

What documents will I need?

UK Students: They will need you to provide a copy of your passport, University acceptance letter, student ID and if you choose to pay using the installment option, they will need your guarantor passport copy and proof of address. Guarantor proof of address must be dated within 3 months. Non-UK Students: They will need you to provide a copy of your passport, University acceptance letter, student ID and if you choose to pay using the installment option, they will need your guarantor passport copy and proof of address. Guarantor proof of address must be dated within 3 months.

How Much Is The Deposit And What Is It Used For?

You will be required to pay a deposit of up to 4-weeks rent which is held against any damage to the property, or unpaid dues. They collect the deposit when you sign the tenancy agreement, and it is held and protected in a government-approved tenancy deposit scheme (TDS). When you move out, they will check if you have any money owing and complete a vacation inspection of your room. If there are any outstanding dues or any damage, they will agree an amount that will be deducted from your deposit. Once this is agreed they must return the remainder of your deposit within 10-days according to UK law.
To avoid having any deductions taken from your deposit you must.

  • meet the terms of your tenancy agreement
  • not damage the property
  • pay your rent and bills

I have booked a room but failed to obtain a visa, can I cancel my booking?

Yes, you are entitled to cancel your booking, but they will need you to provide evidence of your visa rejection.

Are there any fees or penalties I should be aware of?


Unpaid Rent: If you are late making your rental installment payments, you will also be charged interest of 3% above the rent due date until you make the payment. Please Note: As a gesture of goodwill, this interest charge will not be levied until the rent is more than 14-days in arrears. Variation of Contract (Tenant’s Request): £50 (Inc. VAT) per agreed variation. To cover the costs associated with the preparation and execution of new legal documents. Change of Sharer (Tenant’s Request): If you are sharing a dual occupancy room and want to change the person you share with or are leaving with a replacement tenant to take over the remaining term of the contract, they will charge £50 (Inc. VAT) per replacement tenant, or any reasonable costs incurred if higher. Lost Key(s) or other Security Device(s): Tenants are liable for the cost of replacing any lost keys or other security devices. If the loss results in locks needing to be changed, the actual costs of a locksmith, and new lock, and replacement keys for the tenant, landlord, or any other persons requiring keys will be charged to the tenant. There will also be a charge of £15 per hour (inc. VAT) for the time taken to administrate replacing lost key(s) or other security device(s).

What is a guarantor and do I need one?

A guarantor is someone who agrees to be responsible for your rent and your other legal obligations within a tenancy agreement. So, for example, if you damage the property or don’t pay your rent, your guarantor may have to pay anything you owe. You can discover everything you need to know about this.

Who do I report maintenance issues to?

In an emergency where there is a threat to life such as a fire, please call the UK Emergency Services. If you discover a major fault that means you are unable to access or safely live in your home such as a flood or electrical fault, please call them immediately on the number provided in your room and on notices around the entrance areas of your property. If you discover a maintenance issue that does not require their immediate attention such as a leaking tap or minor damage, please report it on their and they will arrange the necessary maintenance professional to attend with 48 hours.

How, when and where do I pay my rent?

To pay your rent you will need to visit your student portal, here you can pay via BACS, direct debit, or card payment. Rent is paid in line with your tenancy agreement, for example, if you have a UK guarantor and have selected installments you pay on the portal each term.

What is the move in process?

They will be in communication with you ahead of your arrival, the moving-in process is simple, once your 1st rent installment is paid and documents are completed, they will arrange your check-in date. They will meet you and issue all the necessary information you will need. If you are arriving outside of office hours, arrival arrangements must be made in advance.

What is the move-out process?

They will remind you of your contract end date as it approaches. You should leave your room/ flat clean and tidy and remove any items that you no longer want that were not present upon your check-in. They will share information on the steps they will need you to take, they will also complete an inspection at after you have left. Your keys can be returned to a member of the team or using the mailbox which you will find in the communal areas of the building you are living in.

What happens over the summer before and after each academic year?

During this period, they are focused on getting the rooms ready for the September intake of students. If you wanted to stay in the same room over the summer period, please let them know so that they can check availability for you.

What is the move-in process?

They will send out a series of welcome communications to their incoming student residents prior to their move-in date so that they will have plenty of time to prepare for the move. This includes welcome emails and their Welcome Handbook, which provide comprehensive information about the move-in day, the residence, and the community in detail.

Is there somewhere to park when we are unpacking?

If you are traveling with your loved one on move-in day, they will inform you in advance whether there’s a drop-off bay at the residence for you to unload their belongings. If there isn’t a drop-off bay available, they will send you the location of the nearest car park. It’s important that a move-in slot is reserved with them in advance so that they can make sure there are people available to help direct you on the day. Look out for their communications about this in the weeks prior to the move-in date.

What if we are arriving out of hours?

They understand that sometimes students will need to arrive outside of arrival hours. They ask for the student to contact them at the earliest possible opportunity with their planned arrival time so they can provide all the necessary information and ensure that they have everything ready for their smooth arrival. Please note that they need to prepare access and ensure that they have received all relevant documentation, deposit, and first installment of rent before it is possible to move in. If they do not know when you are arriving or have the necessary documentation and payment in place, they cannot guarantee a smooth and hassle-free out-of-hours move-in experience.

Is there any specific information for international students?

They’re proud that many international students choose Property and they have over six years of experience in supporting students as they transition into and through their university career in the UK. Their dedicated International Students page provides information specific to international students including details of visas, rental guarantors, and UK bank accounts.

What is a uk rental guarantor?

A guarantor is someone who agrees to be responsible for your rent and your other legal obligations in a tenancy agreement. So, for example, if you damage the property or don’t pay your rent, your guarantor may have to pay anything you owe.

Who can be a qualified uk guarantor?

A resident and ordinary resident of the United Kingdom being Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland, and England. Please note that people living in Crown dependency and overseas territories do not qualify as being UK residents. A resident and ordinary resident is someone who has resided within the UK for more than three years and is recognised as a resident and/or ordinary resident for tax purposes with the government department called HM Revenue and Customs. The guarantor must have a fixed abode and proof of address (less than three months old), as well as a photo ID. The guarantor must also be in full-time employment or able to provide evidence that they can support the tenant should the tenant get into financial difficulty. Copies of the last 3 months’ payslips and/or a recent bank statement showing available funds must be provided.

Do I need a guarantor?

You only need a guarantor if you do not pay your full rent in advance. There are two payment options available at Property – full Payment or by installment. If you are paying for the full year ahead, you do not need to provide them with a UK guarantor. If you choose the installment option, they will ask you to provide them with a qualified UK guarantor, which is a common practice in the UK. This provides them with the security and knowledge that the rent will be paid in full even if you find yourself unable to pay for whatever reason.

Can you explain more about the relationship between housing hand and property?

Housing Hand works in partnership with Property as your UK rental guarantor. Property requires all students paying their rent in instalments to have a qualified UK guarantor.

How much does the service cost with housing hand?

Housing Hand charges a one-off fee of 80% of a month’s rent. Up to 45% of this is returned to you at the end of your tenancy (first year 15%, second year 30% and third year 45%), subject to the length of your tenancy. Terms and conditions apply.

Am I eligible to apply for the service with housing hand?

Housing Hand require that you provide the following documentation to be eligible for The Guarantor Service: For international students: You will need a copy of your passport and a university acceptance letter (or student card). You will also need a co-signer who will sign the agreement with Housing Hand. This is normally a parent or guardian. The co-signer will need to provide a copy of their passport and proof of address. For uk students: You will need a copy of your passport or driving license, and a university acceptance letter (or student card). You will also need a co-signer who will sign the agreement with Housing Hand. This is normally a parent or guardian. The co-signer will need to provide a copy of their ID and proof of address.

  • Student Studying in the UK or Ireland
  • Have proof of identity: a passport or a driving licence
  • Have proof of study documents from UCAS or a letter from your University
  • Have a proof of address document dated within the last two- months
  • Have a Co-signer ready.

For international students: You will need a copy of your passport and a university acceptance letter (or student card). You will also need a co-signer who will sign the agreement with Housing Hand. This is normally a parent or guardian. The co-signer will need to provide a copy of their passport and proof of address. For uk students: You will need a copy of your passport or driving license, and a university acceptance letter (or student card). You will also need a co-signer who will sign the agreement with Housing Hand. This is normally a parent or guardian. The co-signer will need to provide a copy of their ID and proof of address.

Who cleans my room and our communal areas?

Each property has different services available with some including room and communal cleaning. Check out the individual page on your selected property, here you will find information on who cleans which areas. It is important to note that they mostly promote independent living therefore clean communal areas only in most properties.

Which room types are suitable for dual occupancy?

Many of their residences have rooms that are suitable for dual occupancy. You can discover where this is available on the residence and room pages. If you are taking a dual occupancy, then both occupants must be full-time students attending a UK educational Institution.

Can I book a place with my friends?

Yes, you can book your accommodation with your friends as a group. This is always popular and is subject to availability, they recommend you secure your preferred rooms or flat as early as possible to avoid disappointment. To reserve rooms next to each other or in a shared flat, they will need all your friends’ details including full name, contact details and university I.D.To make a group booking please call them.

Am I allowed to have guests?

Yes. It is your home, so you are allowed to have guests to visit you. They allow a maximum stay of 3 days with no additional charge. Visitor stays longer than 3 days are not allowed, sorry. Please remember that you are sharing your home with other students, and so whilst visitors are welcome, you will be responsible for ensuring they do not disturb any other residents or neighbours. You also take full financial responsibility if they cause any damage.

What’s provided in the bedroom? Do I need to bring my own bedding?

Facilities and features can vary from property to property, you can find out more on the residence and room pages. Typically, you are provided with a bed, a study desk and a chair, bookshelves, a wardrobe, and plenty of storage. Bedding is not provided, so please bring a sheet to cover your mattress, a pillow and duvet.

What are my options if I am struggling to live happily with my flatmates?

If you are experiencing difficulties living with your flatmates, first they can help you to discuss the challenges and find a way forward that is suitable for everybody. Most of the time, this is very effective.If you continue to have trouble with your flatmates get in touch and they can discuss what options are available to you.

Can I smoke in the accommodation?

Smoking is prohibited throughout all their residences including in your own room and in all common and shared spaces. If you wish to smoke, please do so outside of the residence.

Is there always a member of staff available?

Their office hours are between 8:45am – 5:00pm Monday-Friday and 9:00am-2pm on Saturdays.
Out-of-office hours are supported by their 24/7 emergency number.

Can I bring my own electricals?

Your big appliances are provided so there’s no need for a mini fridge! Hair styling electricals are allowed of course They do ask that you do not bring rice cookers or deep fat fryers for health and safety reasons.

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Student Accomodations in Bangor

Bangor Student Accommodation

When finding student accommodation in Bangor, you will never be disappointed because the city has something for everyone. The town comprises private residence halls, studios, ensuites and private student rooms. It is much easier to book student accommodation in Bangor Wales than in any other city. Moreover, finding options for student housing Bangor Wales for short-term tenancies is also available, and amber provides you with smooth services every step of the way. The best part about student accommodation Bangor options provided by amber is that they are situated near many prestigious universities, such as Bangor University, Wrexham Glyndwr University and John Moores University.

Sustaining a thriving population of 18322 people, Bangor is one of Wales's oldest and most beautiful cities. The city is best known for its local landmarks, such as the Menai Suspension Bridge and Garth Pier. Being a cathedral city, it has many student accommodation options that provide comfort and all the vintage living feels. Some of the most popular options for accommodation in Bangor Wales include iQ Ty Willis House, Bangor, Neuadd Kyffin, Bangor, Llys Y Deon, Bangor, Ty Glyn, Bangor, and more.

About Bangor

Being a cathedral city and community, Bangor is the oldest city in Gwynedd, north-east Wales. Naturally, Bangor has a remarkable history that gives it an all-vintage feel. It is a gorgeous hilly area and Wales's significant economic and cultural sector. Bangor is a highly connected city, sharing its borders with Liverpool, Wrexham and Chester.

When exploring the city, you will find that Bangor’s architecture and buildings are influenced by historical warfare and a mixture of the early 19th and 20th centuries. The city welcomes a considerable number of students from all over the world. Students are attracted to the city mainly because of the career opportunities and the good lifestyle thrust it promises.

Bangor’s esteemed universities include Bangor University, Wrexham Glyndwr University, John Moores University, Liverpool International College and West Cheshire College. These universities provide undergraduate, postgraduate and specialist degrees to students in various subjects, including science, engineering, fashion and arts. Not only do these universities offer the best quality of education, but they also help students with their overall development. Due to the availability of so many esteemed universities and plenty of options for student accommodation in Bangor Wales, it is one of the most preferred locations for international students.

Best Student Accommodation in Bangor

One of the most important aspects of moving overseas for education is finding the right accommodation. Thankfully, there are several areas for student housing Bangor. Students can make their living experience a comfortable and luxurious one. The universities here have a lot of opportunities that students can make sure to grab. The areas in Bangor are full of hip and classical vibes. Bangor is also home to many student accommodation options that provide exceptional services and a living environment. Some options for student accommodation in Bangor Wales include:

1. iQ Ty Willis House, Bangor

2. Neuadd Kyffin, Bangor

3. Llys Y Deon, Bangor

4. Ty Glyn, Bangor

5. Ty Ni, Bangor

Cost of Living

Having a set budget in place can be extremely beneficial for students. The students living in Bangor have to juggle many things while studying, such as part-time jobs, overtime work, tuition fees, accommodation costs, etc, along with the rent for their student accommodation Bangor. Once a budget is sent in place, planning daily expenses can become super easy. Before they plan their budget for accommodation in Bangor Wales, they should go through the basic costs of living in Wales as a student.

1. Food and Groceries: £100-105 per month

2. Utilities: £100-106  per month

3. Health: £100-104 per month

4. Transportation: £50-70 per month

5. Miscellaneous: £70-100 per month

Student Travel Bangor

One of the primary day-to-day activities of a student living in Bangor is to travel. It can be from their student accommodation in Bangor Wales or around the university. Bangor travel is easier than it seems as the city has an excellent public transportation system. Public transport is the safest and most comfortable way to travel around. Being a full-time student or under 25, you can purchase a Railcard and get student discounts by saving one-third of the fare. For more information, check out the official rail website. Following are the various modes of transport available for students from their accommodation in Bangor Wales:

1. Train

Travelling by a train is one of the safest, fastest, and most cost-effective options. The Bangor Train Station is located on Station Road, and the tickets can be purchased at the office. Additionally, students will find plenty of bus and train stations near their student accommodation in Bangor as well.

2. Bus

Bangor Bus Station is situated on Garth Road, next to Marks and Spencer. The itinerary is written at the bus stop and the bus itself. The main bus serving Bangor is Arriva. One day's pass will cost you £4.50.

3. Bike

Biking is an option that will never go wrong. It reduces harm to the environment by reducing local traffic and air congestion. There are 88 cycle routes in Bangor, and most people get their bikes to ride here in July and September. For more information on the same, browse here.

4. Cycling

Cycling around the city is definitely the healthiest way to get around. The best part is that most options for student accommodation in Bangor Wales come with plenty of bike storage space, and there are also several bike renting services available as well.

Student Lifestyle and Living In Bangor

Bangor provides a holistic experience to its students as one of the oldest and most gorgeous cities. People who want to achieve great heights and realise their dreams travel to come and study at prestigious universities in Bangor. Student life in Bangor is packed with fun, learning, global exposure and numerous opportunities. Again, to ensure that the student life is equal to amazing off-campus, we at amber make sure that you find the perfect student accommodation in Bangor with enough ways to grow and learn.

To check out the nightlife in Bangor, visit Club 147. If you are short on budget, visit the Voltaire and Torna a Surriento, where you will find excellent dishes of different cuisines. The area in Bangor is covered with green spaces and water bodies. One example is National Trust- Plas Newydd House and Gardens. To explore Bangor, you must go out and discover the surrounding areas. There are many local shops and city malls which you will fall in love with.

Check out the Black Bull Inn-JD Wetherspoon if you want to enjoy a drink while watching a football match. As a Bangor student, you will find various student-led clubs, societies, and friends to make countless memories in the universities. Many sports clubs and student services provide career counselling, health and disability support, and childcare.

Bangor Tourist Attractions

Students who opt for student accommodation in Bangor Wales can take a day or two off from their studies and work, hop onto public transportation, and visit these fine tourist attractions in Bangor. These places can offer great insights into the city too!

1. Penrhyn Castle

2. CWM Idwal National Nature Reserve

3. Neuadd Ogwen

4. Bangor Garth Pier

5. Lon Las Ogwen

Universities in Bangor

Apart from student accommodation in Bangor, the primary aim of students aspiring to study at this university is to get a world-class education. For that, they need to know what courses this prestigious institution offers. Bangor has many courses, and you can choose them for almost all fields of study. Some of the courses provided at the institution are.

1. Bangor University

2. Wrexham Glyndwr University

3. SAE Institute

4. City of Liverpool College

5. University of Liverpool

6. University of Chester

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