Myrtle Court Roost - Liverpool
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About Myrtle Court Roost
Liverpool Central station is 12 minutes walk away from the property. Many transport links are available within easy walking distance, including a bus stop that's about 100m from the building. The city centre is a 15-minute walk from the property, and nearby you can find shops, restaurants, cafes, banks, and supermarkets. Everyman Theatre and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic are within walking distance. There's a Tesco Express nearby as well.
Myrtle Court Liverpool student home has all-inclusive bills, high-speed Wi-Fi, contents insurance, on-site management, maintenance team, secure car parking with additional fees, on-site laundry, BBQ area, communal games room, social calendar, and flexible payment terms & options.
*Studios have free dual occupancy.
It is located in a quiet residential neighbourhood on the outskirts of the vibrant city centre, just a 5-minute stroll to both Liverpool John Moores University and the University of Liverpool. The University of Law - Liverpool can be reached in just 2 minutes on foot, and the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (LIPA) is just 10 minutes walk away.
Book now and get a £350 discount and no deposit! Offer valid for 21/22 bookings only. T&Cs Apply.
Choose Your Room
A 122 en-suite room that features a single bed, storage area, workspace, shared kitchen and living area.
An 18m2 en-suite room that features a single bed, storage area, workspace, shared kitchen, and living area.
A 20.6m² self-contained studio that features a double bed, storage area, chest of drawers, workspace, full-length mirror, private kitchen, and bathroom.
* Note: Final rent price and availability are subject to change and to be confirmed upon completing your booking.
£119 / Week
International students can pay monthly, termly or annually for long-term bookings without a UK guarantor.
Bookings made before 1st August:
7-Day Cooling Off Period
If you decide to cancel your accommodation booking within 7 days of accepting your tenancy agreement, you will receive a full refund of your booking fee.
If you secure your accommodation and then cancel it due to the following reasons:
- Failure to receive grades (all academic years)
- Failure to obtain a VISA (all academic years)
- Studying in an alternative City
Official written evidence from the University (and/or UCAS/relevant VISA authorities) must be sent directly to the Property Team within 3 calendar days of the results or decision being published. If sufficient evidence is provided, you will be eligible for release from the tenancy agreement and the full booking fee will be returned.
If none of the above reasons is applicable, you will be required to find a replacement person to take over your tenancy. Any bookings made after 1st August will have a 24hr cooling off period
After Cooling Off Period
Students can cancel after the cooling-off period for the following reasons:
- Failure to receive grades
- Failure to obtain a visa
- Studying in an alternative city
- The pre-sessional English language course required to take up their university place is cancelled
- Government travel restrictions prevent them from travelling to the UK.
- They are enrolled on a face-to-face course, and the University delays the start of the course.
Bookings made on or after 1st August 2020
If you book your accommodation after 1st August 2020, your cooling-off period will reduce to 24 hours only from the point of acceptance. If you cancel your booking within these 24 hours, your full deposit will be returned. Should you wish to cancel after these 24 hours, the previous procedures will apply depending on your circumstances.
We will seek to delay the start of the tenancy for any new residents who were due to arrive in the UK, but cannot check-in because of flight cancellations, visa delays or travel restrictions.
For residents who have already checked in and can’t return to their Student Roost home because of the restrictions in the UK, we’re pleased to offer a discount of up to 6 weeks’ rent. This will largely affect UK domestic students, but may also affect some international students who travelled home for the holidays.