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Student Accommodation in Bangor 

Casita is a leading student accommodation provider in the UK, and we have several properties in Bangor. Whether you are looking for a studio apartment, a shared house, or a flatshare, Casita has something to suit your needs.

To book student accommodation in Bangor with Casita, simply visit our website and search for Bangor accommodation. You can filter your search by room type, budget, and proximity to the university. Once you have found a property that you like, you can book it online or by calling our accommodation experts’ team. Our accommodation options in Bangor include IQ Ty Willis House.

About Bangor

Nestled on the picturesque coast of North Wales, Bangor is a charming and historic city that offers a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and academic excellence. With the breathtaking Snowdonia National Park as its backdrop, Bangor enjoys a scenic setting that appeals to outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. The city's focal point is its renowned Bangor University, which adds academic vibrancy to the area and contributes to its youthful energy. 

Bangor's historic sites, including the ancient Bangor Cathedral, provide a glimpse into its rich past, while its lively arts and music scene bring contemporary creativity to the forefront. Bangor is urban with a coastal flare, where you can go to school in the mornings, have lunch at a restaurant overlooking the water, and have an evening walk on the pier. 

Best Places to Stay in Bangor

Two of the best neighbourhoods to live in Bangor are High Street and Dean Street. Here’s a breakdown of both:

High Street

High Street serves as a bustling thoroughfare in the heart of the city. Lined with various shops, cafes, and eateries, it offers a vibrant atmosphere that appeals to both residents and visitors. The street's historical charm is reflected in its architecture and the mix of traditional and contemporary establishments. High Street serves as a central hub for shopping, dining, and socialising, making it a vibrant part of Bangor's urban landscape.

Dean Street

Dean Street adds to the city's character with its unique blend of heritage and modernity. Situated near the Bangor University campus, Dean Street is a bustling area known for its student-friendly vibe. It's dotted with cosy cafes, pubs, and small shops, making it a popular gathering spot for both locals and students. The street's proximity to the university infuses it with youthful energy, creating a dynamic atmosphere where academia meets everyday life.

Bangor Student Accommodation

Casita offers you the best Bangor accommodation there is. Here are details on one of our most recommended options:

IQ Ty Willis House

Only nine minutes on foot from Bangor University, this Bangor student accommodation offers a variety of fully furnished studios and ensuites. It also has plenty of amenities and services for students’ convenience, including Wi-Fi, laundry, CCTV, social spaces, and parking facilities.

Cost of Living in Bangor

The cost of living in Bangor is relatively low compared to other cities in the UK. The average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Bangor is around £450 per month, and the average cost of groceries is around £200 per month. Utilities, transportation, and entertainment costs are also relatively low.

Here is a breakdown of some of the average costs of living in Bangor:

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Monthly Cost (GBP)

Off-Campus Accommodation

380

On-Campus Accommodation

524

Utilities (Electricity, Water, Gas)

108

Groceries

105

Transportation

35

Food

295

Clothes and Entertainment

134

Transportation in Bangor

Here’s a breakdown of transportation modes in Bangor:

  • Bus: Bangor benefits from a comprehensive network of public buses that connect various neighbourhoods within the city and extend to nearby towns.

  • Train: The city is served by Bangor train station, a vital rail link that connects Bangor to major cities such as London, Manchester, and Holyhead.

  • Cycling: Bangor promotes eco-friendly transportation with its cycling infrastructure, including dedicated bike lanes and paths that make cycling a viable option for navigating the city.

  • Walking: The city’s compact size and pedestrian-friendly layout make walking an enjoyable and practical mode of transportation.

  • Taxis: Taxis and ride-sharing services are readily available in Bangor, though they can be a bit expensive.

International Students in Bangor

International students make up a significant portion of the student body at Bangor University. In fact, over 23% of students at Bangor University are from outside the UK. This diversity makes Bangor a great place to study for international students. It is a beautiful city with a lot to offer international students. Bangor is also home to several cultural attractions, such as museums, art galleries, and theatres.

Life in Bangor

For students living in Bangor, the city is a good place to interact with different cultures from all over the world, especially if you live in a PBSA near Bangor University. The university alone hosts more than 12,000 students a year, making the average age of the population in the city a lot lower than others in the area.

Student Events in Bangor

Bangor hosts plenty of events throughout the year. Here’s a breakdown of some of them:

  • Bangor Music Festival: An annual celebration of music that showcases a diverse range of genres, from classical and contemporary to experimental and folk. The festival features performances by local and international artists.

  • Bangor University's Student-Led Events: The university plays host to a range of student-led events, including cultural fairs, music nights, and academic seminars.

  • Bangor Carnival: A colourful and lively event featuring parades, performances, and family-friendly activities.

  • Bangor Literary Festival: A literary spectacle that brings together authors, poets, and literary enthusiasts for readings, discussions, and workshops.

Tourist Attractions in Bangor

The city provides its visitors and residents with a fine mix of urban amenities and rural attractions. Art, music, nature, wildlife, and much more can be experienced in Bangor.

Garth Pier

The city houses the Garth Pier, the second-longest pier in Wales and the ninth-longest in the British Isles. Walking along the pier is one of the best things to do in Bangor, Wales.

Cathedral Church of St. Deiniol

Other landmarks include the Cathedral Church of St. Deiniol, which is set in a sloping oval churchyard. It’s a finely designed cathedral to see, and you will surely enjoy your visit.

Cwm Idwal National Nature Reserve

Cwm Idwal lies at the northern end of the Snowdonia National Park. It is a well-known location for mountaineering and other outdoor activities.

Universities in Bangor

Casita has options for student accommodation in Bangor close to the city’s major university as well as its smaller colleges and institutions; check them out!

Bangor University 

  • All Bangor student accommodation options on Casita’s website are less than a 15-minute walk from the university. 

  • If you wish to visit city attractions after your classes, the Bible Garden is only a minute away from the university

  • Bangor Train Station is also a five-minute walk away from the university.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check out these answers to common questions and go to Help Centre for more details.

When to look for student accommodation in Bangor?

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Start your search for Bangor student accommodation as early as you can. Thorough research is still an essential step to ensuring a smooth booking process. Also, Casita is there to help you with the necessary steps; the room type, the amenities provided, the location, and proximity to your university.

When should I book my Bangor student accommodation if I’m selected for the September intake?

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You may begin your search for Bangor student accommodation between January and March or preferably around six months before your intake.

Are short-term stays available in Bangor student accommodation?

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Some providers offer short-term stays in Bangor accommodation. Checking the availability of your student accommodation of choice during your desired period is recommended. You can also refer to a Casita accommodation expert to help you find accommodation that accepts short-term stays.

How much is the rent for student housing in Bangor?

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The average weekly cost for student accommodation in Bangor, specifically a single room, is around £100. Other room types like studios and en-suite rooms might cost more.

How do I pay for my student room in Bangor?

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You can pay via net banking or through your debit card. We also have our own payment portal at Casita, where we can assist you with the entire payment process. 

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