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Student Accommodation in Reading

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From £168
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From £205
22 mins by public transport to Central Reading
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From £168
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From £195
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From £203
33 mins by public transport to Central Reading
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From £236
En-Suite
From £269
15 mins walk to Central Reading
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From£236per week
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From £250
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From £310
33 mins by public transport to Central Reading
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From £180
26 mins by public transport to Central Reading
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Student Accommodation in Reading

Reading is a large university town with a wide range of student housing in the county of Berkshire in the UK located approximately 40 miles west of London. Its location in Thames Valley boasts magical views right at the intersection of River Thames and River Kennet. Its vibrant history dates back about 1400 years. Reading’s weather is considered warm and temperate. However, it experiences a significant amount of rainfall throughout the year even in dry months, so you should be prepared for that while living in Reading, UK. 

Reading University is the main university in the city, founded back in 1892 as an extension to the University of Oxford. It has three major campuses within the UK, two of which are located in Reading and one on the banks of the River Thames in Buckinghamshire. Its fourth campus is located in Malaysia. The esteemed university is recognized globally as an award-winning research institution. It was the first university to receive the Queen’s Award for Export Achievement in the year 1989.

The one thing you can enjoy the most in Reading is its nightlife. It offers a large number of cafes and restaurants serving up a variety of cuisines. Among the various things to do in Reading, you must try going to theatres, jazz clubs, festivals, and gigs at Rivermead Complex.

Furthermore, the city offers a number of outdoor activities, from hiking, kayaking, and canoeing to fishing charters, sports camps, boat tours, and balloon rides. It has a number of parks and gardens to enjoy. BealePark is a beautiful tranquil wildlife reserve on the River Thames worth visiting. The Wellington Country Park offers several popular student activities such as camping, animal farm, miniature railway, and mini-golf. The Caversham Court Gardens is a beautiful walled garden with terraces leading to the River Thames. It also has a massive outdoor cinema for a unique movie night. The Museum of English Rural Life (MERL) is another interesting destination, a museum recording the constantly changing farm life in the UK. 

The city is currently known among the top retail destinations in the UK, offering a wide variety of shops ranging from quirky boutiques to high-street brands. History buffs will enjoy visiting the site of Reading Abbey, one of medieval England’s richest and biggest monasteries. You can walk among the ancient ruins of the abbey gateway from the 12th century.

Finally, there are many transport options in Reading. It has a newly revamped railway station; it takes approximately 30 minutes to reach London and approximately 50 minutes to Heathrow Airport.

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