Glyndwr University offers a range of accommodation around Wrexham for its students both private and university owned.
The on campus student village is in closest proximity consisting of 7 blocks with 208 single rooms split into corridors of 5-6 with shared kitchen and dining facilities. These flats are primarily used for students in their first year of study. Rent per week currently stands at £88.95.
Glyndwr also owns an off campus housing estate called Victoria Gardens with five three-storey Victorian style homes which contain 30 rooms between them. Both single and twin rooms are available in this development and cost per week varies between £85.95-£95.
Another university owned property is the Bath Road Hostel situated in a residential area of Wrexham. It offers 16 single rooms with shared dining and kitchen services. These facilities cost from between £65-£72.50 per week.
Snowdon Hall is a privately owned accommodation development situated in the middle of Wrexham close to the town’s Central Train Station. Owned by the Opal Property Group it has 126 single rooms all of which have en suite bathrooms and shared dining/kitchen facilities. Rent per week costs £88.85 in these flats.
Wrexham Village is the new £40 million student housing complex built on the car park of Wrexham FC’s Racecourse Ground. The accommodation is owned by Wrexham Village Ltd, run by the club’s former owners Geoff Moss and Ian Roberts. It houses 350 single rooms with furnished bedroom, kitchen and lounge areas. Rent costs £98 per week.
If you are seeking any other private accommodation in Wrexham whilst studying at Glyndwr, the university recommends you use its search facility which lists only landlords accredited by Landlords Accreditation Wales.
Corbishley Hall consists of 28 single rooms with shared kitchen and dining facilities and is situated in 96 acres of rural land adjacent to teaching facilities at Glyndwr University’s Northop Campus. Rent per week costs £72.50.
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