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33-34, Pulteney Road, Bath

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33-34, Pulteney Road, Bath, BA2 4EZ

  • Ref: 141367
  • Floorplan: See Floorplan
  • Available: September the 18th, 2021
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Property Summary

Bookings now open for 21/22!
Early bird rates available for limited time only!

In historical Victorian villas alongside a modern conversion right in the heart of this beautiful spa City, Student Castle is the only place to live during your time at University.

Our studios have been lovingly designed and include your own en-suite bathroom, private kitchen area and plenty of space for you to study or relax.

Student Castle Bath includes amazing features such as a large common area, bike storage & free bike hire (making your journey to University even quicker), free gym open 24/7, TV Room, Games Room, Group & private study room and so much more.

Located just moments away from the University of Bath, as well as excellent transport links and a host of local amenities, Student Castle could not be more conveniently positioned.

Still looking for 20/21? We've got January 2021 start dates available. Visit our website for more information.

Property Features

  • Central Heating
  • Common Room
  • Gym
  • Self Catered
  • Study Room
  • Tumble Dryer
  • TV (communal)
  • Vacuum Cleaner
  • Washing Machine
  • WiFi
  • Cooker
  • Freezer
  • Microwave/Oven
  • Desk & Chair
  • Double Bed
  • En Suite
  • Lockable Bedroom
  • 24h Security
  • On Site Maintenance
  • Bike Storage
  • Cleaner
  • Laundry Room
  • Recycling

About Bath

The first ever stamp to be mailed was sent from Bath on 2nd May 1840.

Bath, city, unitary authority of Bath and North East Somerset, historic county of Somerset, southwestern England.

Bath lies astride the River Avon in a natural area of steep hills. It was built of local limestone and is one of the most elegant and architecturally distinguished cities. Its 16th-century abbey church of St. Peter and St. Paul is late Perpendicular Gothic and is noted for its windows, but it is the wealth of classical Georgian buildings mounting the steep valley sides that give Bath its distinction.

The city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987.

The hot (115 °F [46 °C]) mineral springs on the site attracted the Romans, who founded Bath as Aquae Sulis, dedicated to the goddess Sulis Minerva, an amalgamation of Celtic (Sul) and Roman (Minerva) deities. The Saxons built an abbey on the site where in 973 CE Edgar was crowned the first king of all England. The Normans subsequently rebuilt the church between 1088 and 1122, transferring there the diocese they had founded at Wells. The bishop’s throne returned to Wells in 1206, and there was a long rivalry between the canons of Wells and the monks of Bath, of which the bishop was titular abbot.

Student Accomodation in Bath

33-34, Pulteney Road, Bath
Bath

33-34, Pulteney Road, Bath

£355 per week
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