The purpose-built riverside property is near two main roads, the A28 that leads to the Kent coast and the M25 to Greater London. On a sunny weekend you can take advantage of Canterbury's excellent bus links to the Kent coast and its seaside resorts. Alternatively, a train will get you into central London in just under an hour. With four universities, you will find that Canterbury has plenty of social and nightlife venues for students.
When you find you need some study fuel, there are two supermarkets right on your doorstep so you can stock up on food at competitive prices. While some rooms have their own kitchens, you may prefer to enjoy the social aspect of cooking in the fully-fitted communal kitchen. You can relax or chat with fellow students in the shared lounge which also has a TV. If this is your first time away from home, you don’t have to worry about housework as there is a room cleaning service and a laundry with service wash.
Keeping in touch with family and friends or researching online in preparation for an assignment is simple with fast Wi-Fi available throughout the building. Technology also ensures that your possessions are kept safe with a hotel-style access control system.
You may even find yourself organising a group cycle ride to explore the rolling countryside and perhaps enjoy a traditional English picnic on a sunny day.