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Student Accommodation Hatfield

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Hatfield Student Accommodation

Hatfield is an excellent opportunity for students, with numerous affordable student housing options and incredible professional opportunities. Casita makes it easier to find Hatfield student accommodation by providing various options with varying services. Hatfield is home to major universities such as Hertfordshire University, Bedfordshire University, and Middlesex University of London (Hendon Campus).

Hatfield is in such a convenient location for students from nearby cities such as London, Watford, and Luton. All Hatfield student housing options consider students' needs and comfort. Halls of residence, private halls of residence, private housing, comfortable, beautiful, affordable en-suites, studios, and shared apartments are the various types of accommodations.

About Hatfield

Hatfield is a town and civil parish in Welwyn Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England. It had a population of 39,201 in 2011. The town is of Saxon origin. The old town is built around Hatfield House, the home of the Marquess of Salisbury. Aircraft design and manufacture employed more people than any other industry from the 1930s, when de Havilland opened a factory, until the 1990s when British Aerospace closed it. Hatfield was one of the post-war New Towns built around London and contained much modernist architecture from the period. The University of Hertfordshire has its headquarters there.

Hatfield is located 20 miles north of London along the A1(M) motorway and has direct trains to London King's Cross, Finsbury Park, and Moorgate. There has been a significant increase in commuters from London moving into the area.

Based on train times, house prices, and the town's attractions, TV property expert Phil Spencer named Hatfield the second-best place to live for regular commuters to London in 2022.

Best places to live in Hatfield

Tottenham

Tottenham, a town in north London with a vibrant neighbourhood, local history, and student life, is ideal for everyone. All of the accommodations here are within walking distance of the town. Casita has various options for students looking for luxurious yet affordable Hatfield student accommodation on our website.

Finchley

Finchley is a large district in north London. It is a charming district in the London Borough of Burnet, with a few small local shops and green spaces. Hatfield's Finchley is an excellent choice for students looking for a place to live. Parkhouse is one of our student accommodation in Finchley available on our website, which you can check.

Cost of living at Hatfield

Students who wish to study in Hatfield while attending one of the city's universities will find it easy. If you do not pay rent, it costs around (£570) per month.

Transportation in Hatfield

It is simple to get around Hatfield and the surrounding area. The majority of the United Kingdom is accessible by public transportation, with trains, buses, and automobiles being standard modes of transportation. In 25 minutes, students can take the train from Hatfield Station to Kings Cross Station and arrive in London.

By Bus:

These services connect Hatfield to the rest of the city, including the University campus. Hatfield is well served by buses that run regularly to all local towns and villages as far north as London. As part of the regional Intalink Partnership, Uno and PlusBus provide bus services.

Hatfield Train Station is the nearest train station. It is a National Rail station with direct trains to London King's Cross and London Moorgate. Students can use the London Underground once they arrive in the city.

By Taxi:

Hatfield issues taxi operator licences and conduct inspections to ensure that standards are met. Taxis are required to display their licence information, which students usually find next to the registration plate at the back of the vehicle and inside the car above the front passenger seat.

Cycling:

Hatfield provides well-maintained and safe pedestrian and cycling paths if students travel by foot or bicycle.

Student life in Hatfield

Regarding student life, Hatfield has a good reputation among international students. The town is ideal for people of all ages to explore and visit, with various vibrant and colourful venues for the locals. Those who appreciate magnificent architectural designs should visit The White Cliffs of Dover, a one-of-a-kind location where air, land, and sea collide. A student house share is another option for Hatfield student housing. In and around Hatfield, a student could do a variety of activities.

Restaurants and Eateries: The Cloudberry and FiFi's Brasseries are two of Hatfield's most popular restaurants for a satisfying dining experience at a reasonable price.

Football Fan Spot: The Hatfield A.F.C., the city's only football team, has over 20,000 spectators watching the game.

Dance and Music: The Fiddler's Elbow music centre, as well as the trendy disco beats in vibrant clubs like Arcadia Bar and Pub, located right next to the City Centre, are dynamic.

With so many options, students' stay could not be better! Aside from that, tours of prehistoric sites and other museums near the city centre are worth seeing.

Attraction in Hatfield

Those seeking a tranquil neighbourhood will be soothed by Hatfield's music and green spaces. Hatfield is an ideal student location thanks to its excellent cafes, charming parks, restaurants, and museums. Hatfield is visited by millions of tourists and students from all over the world. Some of the most popular Hatfield attractions are:

River Lea

The River Lea flows through South East England. It begins in the Chiltern Hills of Bedfordshire and flows southeast through Hertfordshire, along the Essex border, and into Greater London, where it meets the River Thames at Bow Creek. It is one of London's largest rivers and the Thames's easternmost major tributary.

The river's importance as a significant east-west barrier and the boundary has obscured its significance as a north-south trade route. The river below Hertford has been altered since mediaeval times to make it more navigable for boats travelling between the Thames and eastern Hertfordshire and Essex, known as the Lee Navigation. This boosted industry along its banks. The main tributary, the navigable River Stort, joins it at Hoddesdon.

Hatfield House

Hatfield House is a country house located in the Great Park on the eastern outskirts of Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England. Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury and Chief Minister to King James I, built the current Jacobean house, a leading example of the prodigy house, in 1611. It is an outstanding example of Jacobean architecture. The estate has extensive grounds as well as remnants of an earlier palace. The house is now occupied by Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 7th Marquess of Salisbury. It is accessible to the general public.

Mill Green Museum

Mill Green Museum in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, is a working watermill. The 17th-century building is grade II* listed ("The Old Mill House Museum and Mill Green Mill"). The old miller's house now houses the local museum. Three galleries feature changing exhibits of art and provincial history.

Hatfield Universities

1. University of Hertfordshire

·        Our rooms are only a short walk from campus.

·        There are several bus stops nearby to help you get around the city.

2. University of Hertfordshire - de Havilland Campus

·        We Have multiple student accommodations near the campus.

·        All city attractions are within walking distance of the campus.

Nearby Cities

Casita provides student housing in the following nearby UK cities, in addition to Hatfield: Sheffield.

Frequently Asked Questions:

1.

When should I start looking for Hatfield student accommodation?


It is critical to begin your search for cheap student accommodation in Hatfield as soon as possible. While Casita may assist you with the majority of the processes, such as room type, facilities supplied, location, and closeness to your university, comprehensive research is still required to ensure a seamless booking procedure.


2.

When should I book my accommodation for the September intake?


If you are chosen for the September intake, you should start looking for housing between January and March, or at least six months before your intake.


3.

Are there short-term stays in Hatfield?


Short-term stays in Hatfield are available from some suppliers. It is recommended that you check the availability of your preferred student accommodation during your desired term. You can also consult with a Casita accommodation expert to identify lodging that allows short-term visits.


4.

How much rent does a student pay for accommodation in Hatfield?


On average, a single room in a student home in Hatfield costs roughly £200 per week. Other accommodation categories, such as en-suite rooms or studios, may be more expensive depending on the supplier. Hatfield student studios are often less costly than flats but more expensive than en-suites.


5.

How do I pay for my student room in Hatfield?


You can pay using a variety of transactional methods, including net banking or your debit card. Casita also has its own payment platform, where we can assist you with the complete payment procedure.


6.

Can I pay my student accommodation rent in instalments?


Yes, you can make payments in instalments. Some companies, however, may demand you to have a UK guarantor. Return to your accommodation specialist for additional assistance.


7.

Are bills included in my rent?


The supplier primarily determines this; many Hatfield student housing options include essential utilities such as electricity, water, and gas in the rent, while others include Wi-Fi and insurance at no additional expense. However, it is recommended that you check the listing pages or contact an accommodation professional for the specific rent inclusions.


8.

Can I get discounts for student accommodation in Hatfield?


Yes, students who register early or a long time ahead are eligible for significant discounts and pay cheaper Hatfield rent. Making a group reservation might also help you save money on rent. Other specials are continuously available; keep an eye out for the most recent ones on our website!


9.

What is a guarantor, and will I need one?


A guarantor is someone who signs the rental agreement with you and agrees to pay your rent if you are unable to do so. A guarantor is usually a family member, but it might be anyone. Most UK landlords require a guarantor, so if you're relocating to Hatfield, you'll likely need to locate one.


10.

How do I complete my booking?


When you inquire on our website, one of our accommodation professionals will contact you to confirm the booking of your preferred room or to suggest alternatives if the room is unavailable for your dates. To enquire, simply select a room and click the "Enquire" button, then fill out the enquiry form that appears.


11.

What should I look for when booking Hatfield student accommodation?


When looking for student residences in Hatfield, seek places offering all-inclusive bills, fully-furnished accommodation alternatives, accommodation close to your preferred university, and student homes with the minimum utilities you may require.


12.

What are the best areas for students to live in Hatfield?


Hatfield has a variety of neighbourhoods near its multiple university and college campuses. Students will have little trouble finding friendly and affordable student accommodation in Hatfield in locations such as Finchley and Tottenham.


13.

What are different accommodation types available for students in Hatfield?


Hatfield student houses range from PBSAs (Purpose-Built Student Accommodation) to private leases and co-living spaces.


14.

What are the different available room types?


Hatfield student accommodation offers a variety of room options, including single rooms, double rooms, triple rooms, and en-suite rooms, as well as private halls with flats, self-contained studios, and penthouses.


15.

Can I get a furnished student room in Hatfield?


Casita's services make it simple to locate fully-furnished rooms in Hatfield that include the necessities such as a bed, a wardrobe, a study area with a desk and a chair, a bathroom, and a fully-equipped kitchen.


16.

Can I see the property before moving in?


Almost all of Hatfield’s student accommodation options allow students to view the house online via Skype or Zoom or through virtual tours of the property, so you can get a feel for your future home before moving in.


17.

What’s the best mode of transportation in Hatfield?


When you book student accommodation in Hatfield, you may navigate the city using various transportation options. You can either take the subway, bus, cab, bike or walk from one location to another.


18.

What is dual occupancy student accommodation?


Dual occupancy usually refers to one or two-bedroom properties where more than one person can stay for the same or slightly higher price.


19.

What are anti-COVID measures in place at student accommodations in Hatfield?


Most student housing providers have increased their cleaning and sanitising efforts in student flats and communal areas; some even provide free weekly cleanings. Inquire with your accommodation consultant for more information on the COVID measures in your preferred building.


20.

Is it safe to rent private student accommodation?


Before being listed on our platforms, landlords are carefully and completely vetted. Furthermore, we consistently select the most secure and dependable solutions for students regarding Hatfield student accommodation providers.


21.

Are these accommodations secure?


Most of our Hatfield student accommodation options, notably PBSAs (Purpose-Built Student Accommodation), are safe and secure, with additional safety precautions such as CCTV and security staff in place, and students' safety is prioritised.

22.

Can only students book with Casita?


Casita is mainly available to students. Students over 18 may easily locate a suitable student hall in Hatfield, while students under 18 can also book with us; however, you will need some help with your possibilities, so contact us for that.

23.

Can my parents or guardian stay for the first few days when I arrive?


While some student flats may allow parents or guardians to stay with their children, each student housing complex in Hatfield has its own set of laws and regulations regarding hosting outsiders. To receive all the information you need, we recommend you either check with the supplier or contact an accommodation expert.

24.

Can I stay with a friend at my student hall in Hatfield?


This is primarily determined by the supplier and the type of lodging you select. Most of the time, you can rent an apartment with your buddies. However, there may be a small price for doing so, or you can rent a dual occupancy flat.

25.

What if I don’t like my accommodation after moving in?


Casita makes every effort to find student housing that suits all your needs and interests. Suppose you do not like your accommodation due to unanticipated or unacceptable conditions. In that case, it is best to contact the provider again, as cancellation rules differ from one provider to the next.

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