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Student Accommodation in Bath

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Student Accommodation in Bath

Bath Etymology - Where Does the Name Bath Come From? 

Bath is known for its baths; back in the Celtic days, it was named “Sulis” after the Goddess of the water Sulis. Some people now call it the “city of spas”.  

What Is Bath famous for? 

Bath Location

Bath is around two and a half hours away from London by car with a total distance of 114.7 miles. It takes around an hour and 20 minutes when using the underground. 

Why Book Student Accommodation in Bath?

Bath attracts over 4 million visitors a year which shows how attractive it is historically, architecturally, and culturally on a global scale. For university students, Bath is an exceptionally safe and beautiful city to live in and offers some great options for study and accommodation.

The city itself has a population of about 100,000 people; however, there are over 25,000 universities and colleges which makes it a very young and vibrant student city. The city is home to the famous University of Bath which is rated as a top 10 university in the UK along with Bath Spa University and Bath College. 

Studying in Bath, England, means students will be living in the only city named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the entire UK in 1987. Bath is located within River Avon’s valley. It feels like travelling to a real piece of history going back over 2500 years. Bath is definitely one of the most beautiful cities in the world to study in. Bath’s county is Somerset. The city is the largest in the county and is world-renowned for the Roman baths, built around 60 AD. The spa town has the Latin name Aquae Sulis or “the waters of Sulis.” Spring is the best time in Bath, where students can really enjoy the blooming flowers in the public gardens. 

Bath Climate

Weather and Temperature

Bath is undoubtedly cold with an average temperature of 10.2 °C | 50.3 °F. Summer months are no different when it comes to rainfall. July is the warmest with an average temperature of 16.6 °C | 61.8 °F, and February is both the coldest and the driest month of the year with an average temperature of 4.7 °C | 40.5 °F. Heavy rains take place in November. Summer is mostly warm, but slight showers and clouds can be expected in the mornings. 

What to Pack and Bath Local Timing

Pack what you usually pack for a cold rainy place. Rain gear is a must, some thermals and scarfs for day to day use and heat persevering shoes are your friends, too! Wool padded gloves are crucial and you ought to have a couple of pairs to skip the laundry hassle. GMT is the local timing so you should keep this in mind when booking your travels and student accommodation in Bath. 

Is Bath Rural or Urban? 

Bath is holding the urban style in form of her own with the baths/spas spread around the city; just looking around and indulging in the architecture splendour won’t be enough. 

What are Some Must-Visit Places in Bath?

There’s no shortage of things to do in Bath. The Roman Baths are simply a must-visit, closely followed by the Bath Circus, Bath Abbey, Fashion Museum Bath, and Royal Crescent, both of which are architectural masterpieces out of a Jane Austen novel. Austen is quite famous in Bath; she has her own Jane Austen Centre where students can learn all about her achievements. Bath city centre is very lively and vibrant. Furthermore, Bath’s nightlife is quite unique and great to be experienced when studying in the city. Street food and restaurants in Bath will satisfy your taste buds for sure. 

Bath Traditional Food 

  1. Bath Oliver Biscuits

It consists of plain biscuits/crackers that are usually eaten with cheese. It’s made from flour, butter, yeast, and milk, and it’s named after William Oliver the physician that first came up with the recipe.  

  1. Bath Chaps

It’s a traditional delicacy made from pork tongue and cheeks, wrapped up together and marinated for two weeks in broth and herbal mixture, then served with bread crumbs either on top or wrapped up together and baked. 

  1. Bath Buns

Sweet rolls made from a dough of milk, yeast, flour, sugar, and a sprinkle of salt. Crushed sugar and currants are sprinkled on top after baking for a much deeper sweet taste. 

Universities in Bath

  1. University of Bath

  2. Bath Spa University

Transportation In Bath

How do you get around in Bath?

Public transportation in Bath is quite dense and can easily get you wherever you wish to go. You can use buses, taxis, railway, car rentals, and fare car (a service of which you can share a taxi ride with someone else). 

Does Bath have a train station? 

Yes, it does have a train station called “Bath Spa” and BTH is the station code. Bath Spa station is on the Great Western Main Line. 

Famous Neighbourhoods For Student Accommodation in Bath

Brougham Hayes, Midland Road, Lower Bristol Road, Pulteney Road.   

Other Student Accommodation In UK

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Bath, Casita offers student accommodation in these UK cities: 

London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Manchester, Aberystwyth, Aberdeen, Bangor, Belfast, Bradford, Brighton, Bedford, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cambridge, Carlisle, Colchester, Canterbury, Cheltenham, Coventry, Cardiff, Chester, Derby, Dundee, Durham, Egham, Exeter, Falmouth, Gloucester, Guildford, Hatfield, Huddersfield, Hull, Ipswich, Kingston, Lancaster, Lincoln, Loughborough, Leeds, Luton, Leicester, Medway, Newcastle, Norwich, Newcastle under Lyme, Nottingham, Newport, Oxford, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston, Reading, Salford, Stirling, Sunderland, Sheffield, Stockton on tees, Swansea, Southampton, Stoke, Winchester, Wrexham, Wolverhampton, Worcester, York

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