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Student Accommodation Warwick

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Student Accommodation in Warwick  

Finding student housing in Warwick has never been that simple and straightforward; with Casita's help, you'll quickly find the best place for your college life. You can select from one of our luxurious studio rooms using Casita website with help from our staff. Get to select from our housing options, which include various student housing distributed throughout the city with easy access to Warwick's leading universities. Why are you hesitating? Make a reservation with Casita right away, and begin the easiest booking experience you've ever had!

About Warwick

Warwick, a market town, civil parish, and the county town of Warwickshire. It is 19 miles southeast of Birmingham and 9 miles south of Coventry. It borders Whitnash and Leamington Spa. It has historical buildings from many eras, including the Medieval, Stuart, and Georgian periods and ancient origins. The city was a significant fortified settlement in the early Middle Ages, and Warwick Castle, a popular tourist destination, is the most notable relic from this time. The Collegiate Church of St. Mary and the Shire Hall were among the beautiful 18th-century structures that were rebuilt after the Great Fire of Warwick in 1694 destroyed much of the city. The estimated population was 35,068 in 2020.

Best Places to Live in Warwick

Leamington Spa Royal

Royal Leamington Spa, also known as Leamington Spa or simply Leamington, is a spa town and civil parish in the English county of Warwickshire. It is known for its Regency architecture and broad boulevards and is located on the winding River Leam. The Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum is housed in the collonaded Royal Pump Rooms, a 19th-century bathhouse.


The electoral ward is called Earlsdon in a residential neighbourhood in Coventry, England. It is a short drive from Warwick and sits about a mile southwest of Coventry City Centre. Due to its proximity to the university campus, this area is a favourite among students. Cannon Park is one of our comfy student accommodations in the city.

Cost of living

It won't be difficult for students who want to attend one of Warwick universities and live there. Without paying rent, it costs about (£410) per month.

Transportation in Warwick

The overall transportation system in England has the potential to be among the best in the world. Regarding Warwick, it has clever connections to all major transportation hubs that are easily accessible and close to all universities. In Warwick, students can access various transportation options, including well-known Warwick ferries, buses, and taxis. We have listed Warwick's main transportation options and their typical fares as a service. Students should know that these fares may change during busy and erratic times.


All nearby city stations and Warwick Central Railway Station are served by a dedicated metro rail system in Warwick. These train stations have clear connections to other stations. You won't have to worry about making weekend trips to nearby cities.


More than 100 buses travel up and down the City of Warwick 24 hours a day as part of the city's bus network. Students can board buses at the Warwick Bus Station, which is close to the Lord Leycester Hospital and connects to all of England's major highways. Every corner of the City has hundreds of local bus stops that are intended to serve both local and interstate travellers. In Warwick, a daily bus fare typically costs between £1 and $1.20.


Cycling is a great way to see the city's smaller neighbourhoods. You can visit Warwick's upscale cycling destinations, such as the city's renowned St. Nicholas' Park.

Student life in Warwick

Warwick is well-known among students for its excellent student life. The town is renowned for its tranquil and charming atmosphere, which makes it a perfect place for students to live. But Warwick also offers a lot of exciting and lively places for the younger crowd. All ages can explore and travel in the town with ease. Visit the renowned Priory Park for the breathtaking natural beauty that will suit all Instagram devotees if you enjoy spending time by tranquil bodies of water.

When you explore neighbourhood stores and city centres, you may be amazed by Warwick's restaurants, which serve a wide range of foods and beverages from almost every country in the world. If you're looking for a satisfying meal at a reasonable price, Warwick's most well-liked restaurants and takeout spots are Meal-Box Venezuelan Food and Brunch & Barista.

You can also relax with a drink while watching your city's football team play at The Black Pug Pub or dance the night away to the upbeat disco music in the lively clubs at JJ's Nightclub, conveniently located next to City Centre. With so many options available, your stay won't be anything but fantastic!

Attractions in Warwick

Warwick has a fortune of tourist attractions thanks to its beautiful geography. Students can explore the city's interests if they want to relax and take a break from their academic lives. Students may travel to locations like Warwick Castle, The Mill Garden, and Charlecote Park.

Warwick Castle

William the Conqueror first constructed a wooden fort in 1068 that would later become Warwick Castle. On a bend in the River Avon, Warwick serves as the county town of Warwickshire, England. During the 12th century, the original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone. One of the most recognisable examples of military architecture from the fourteenth century can be found on the facade opposite the town, which was reinforced during the Hundred Years War. When Sir Fulke Greville received it from James I in 1604 and began to use it as a stronghold in the early 17th century, it was still in use.

Charlecote Park

Charlecote Park is a grand 16th-century country house on the banks of the River Avon in Charlecote near Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, England, about 4 miles east of Stratford-upon-Avon and 5.5 miles south of Warwick. It has been open to the public since 1946 and is managed by the National Trust.

Universities in Warwick

University of Warwick

  • Casita’s student accommodation in Warwick is close to the university of Warwick, located near the university campus.

  • The city has a wide range of restaurants and cafes.

  • Warwick Arts Centre is seven minutes away from the university. 

Find student accommodation close to Arden University, University of Winchester, Coventry University, and the University of Leicester.

Nearby Cities

In addition to having accommodations for students in Warwick, Casita also provides student housing in these UK cities: Birmingham and Coventry.

Frequently Asked Questions:


When should I start looking for Warwick student accommodation?

It is recommended that you begin your search for student housing in Warwick early, as completing this process as soon as possible is preferable. Casita can also help you with most steps, such as the type of room, available amenities, location, and nearby places to your university.


Are there short-term stays in Warwick?

Yes, but you should ensure that your preferred Warwick student housing is still available during your required period. A Casita lodging consultant can help you locate a place that allows short-term stays.


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

The average weekly cost of student housing in Warwick, specifically a studio or single room, is around £220-£240. Depending on the provider, other room types, such as en-suite rooms or studios, may be more expensive.


How do I pay for my student room in Warwick?

Payments can be made using both your debit card and net banking. Casita's payment portal can assist you with the entire payment process.


Can I pay my student accommodation rent in instalments?

Rent can be paid in instalments. Some providers, however, may require you to have a UK guarantor. Casita can assist you with more information on this subject.


Are bills included in my rent?

The cost varies from one provider to another; many Warwick student housing options include utilities like gas, water, and electricity in the rent. Some additionally provide insurance and Wi-Fi without charging an additional fee. However, it is advised to check the listing pages or speak with a housing specialist for specific rent inclusions to talk with a housing specialist or check the listing pages for specific rent inclusions.


Can I get discounts for student accommodation in Warwick?

Yes, if students make their reservations in advance, they can get great deals and pay less rent in Warwick. Another way to save money on rent is to create a group reservation. Other promotions are frequently available, so keep checking our website for the most recent ones.


What is a guarantor, and will I need one?

A guarantor is someone who agrees to pay your rent in your absence and signs the rental agreement with you. A guarantor might be anyone. However, they are most often family members. If you plan to study or live in Warwick, you'll need to locate a guarantor, as most landlords in the UK require one.


What steps do I need to take to complete my Casita booking?

Once you enquire on our website, one of our accommodation experts will contact you to proceed with the booking of your room of choice or offer you alternatives if the room is not available for your dates. To enquire, simply choose a room and click on the "Enquire" button, then fill out the enquiry form you see in front of you.


What should I look for when booking Warwick student accommodation?

It would be beneficial to look for student housing in Warwick that provides all-inclusive fees, fully furnished choices, lodging close to your desired university, and student homes with the necessary amenities you might need, such as Wi-Fi, secure parking, and on-site laundry facilities, among other things.


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

There are many neighbourhoods and places in Warwick where students can set up shop while studying. The best areas of Warwick to feel at home are Leamington Spa Royal and Earlsdon.


What are different accommodation types available for students in Warwick?

Accommodation types in Warwick are mostly PBSAs studio rooms.


What are the different available room types?

Warwick student accommodations offer studio rooms,single rooms, and more.


Can I get a furnished student room in Warwick?

Using Casita's services, you can quickly find fully-furnished rooms in Warwick equipped with necessities such as a bed, a wardrobe, a study area with a desk and air, a bathroom, and a fully-functional kitchen.


Can I see the property before moving in?

Almost all Warwick student housing options offer virtual tours of the property or online viewings via Skype or Zoom, allowing you to visit your future suitable home before moving in.


What’s the best mode of transportation in Warwick?

By train: Warwick’s dedicated metro rail system serves all adjacent city stations and Warwick Central Railway Station. These train stations are well-connected to others. You won't have to travel to nearby cities on the weekends.


What is dual occupancy student accommodation?

Dual occupancy usually refers to one- or two-bedroom homes where additional guests can stay for the same or slightly higher price.


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

Most Warwick student housing providers have recently increased their cleaning and sanitisation efforts in student residences and common areas; some even offer free weekly cleanings. Contact your accommodation expert for more information on the COVID measures in your preferred building.


Is it safe to rent private student accommodation?

Yes, all providers are trustworthy, and Casita takes the necessary precautions before contacting and listing any of these providers on the website.


Are these accommodations secure?

The majority of the buildings listed on our website have been meticulously secured. Students should always look for housing in Warwick that is safe and dependable. Furthermore, most service providers install CCTV cameras and 24-hour security systems.


Can only students book with Casita?

Only students can book rooms in Warwick, but some housing allows non-students to book rooms.


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

While some Warwick student housing options allow parents or guardians to stay the night, each student accommodation has its guest policy. We recommend that you check with the provider or contact a lodging specialist to get all the necessary information.


Can I stay with a friend at my student accommodation in Warwick?

This is mainly due to the accommodation you choose and the provider. Typically, you can share an apartment with friends. However, you may have to pay a small fee or rent a dual occupancy unit. However, because this point initially depends on the provider, you must contact the provider first.


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

At Casita, we go out of our way to find accommodations that respect your priorities and preferences. If you don't like your accommodations due to unexpected or unacceptable circumstances, you should check with the provider again because cancellation policies vary from one provider to another.

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