Casita - Your Student Accommodation Home
SEARCH 1 MILLION+ ROOMS
There is no results for
Chat via WhatsApp
UK - +44 (0) 20 3871 8666
AU - +61 (0) 2 8311 4096
MY - +60 (0) 3 3099 2504
IN - +91 (0) 11 4 118 7700
Filters
Sort By
Recommended
Newest listings
Lowest Price
Highest Price
Closest to City Center
Map View
Accommodation Type
Accommodation Type
Student AccommodationPurpose built student rooms with onsite teams, facilities and community.
Reset
Apply
Room Type
Room Type
Shared Flat
En-Suite
Studio
Single
Twin
Flat
Reset
Apply
Facilities
Facilities
24/7 Security + CCTV
Accessibility
Bed and Breakfast
Bills Included
Cleaning Service
Common Social Room
Communal Games Room
Flexible Start Dates
Fully-Furnished
Insurance
Laundry
On-Site Cinema Room
On-Site Gym
On-Site Maintenance
On-Site Management
Parking
Secure Bike Storage
Storage Space
Wi-Fi
Reset
Apply
Availability
Move In Date
2021
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Length Of Stay
Full Year
50+ Weeks
Academic Year
30+ Weeks
Semester
12 Weeks
Reset
Apply
Weekly Budget
Weekly Budget
£0 - £1000
0
0
1000
1000
Reset
Apply
Cancellation Policy
Cancellation Policy
COVID-19 Cancellation Policy
No Visa No Pay
No Place No Pay
Reset
Apply
Map View

Student Accommodation in York

8 Accommodation Options
Sort By
Recommended
Newest listings
Lowest Price
Highest Price
Closest to City Center
En-Suite
From £179
offer icon
Exclusive £50 Voucher
Map Pin
13 mins by public transport to Central York
+7 more
Quick view icon
Not short listed
From£179per week
Bills Included
COVID-19 Cancellation Policy
En-Suite
From £170
Studio
From £225
offer icon
Exclusive £50 Voucher
offer icon
£0 Deposit Fee!
offer icon
Newbooker Discount!
Map Pin
20 mins by public transport to Central York
+11 more
Quick view icon
Not short listed
From£165per Week
Bills Included
COVID-19 Cancellation Policy
Twin
From £137
En-Suite
From £143
Studio
From £199
offer icon
Exclusive £50 Voucher
Map Pin
15 mins walk to Central York
+6 more
Quick view icon
Not short listed
From£137per Week
Bills Included
COVID-19 Cancellation Policy
Studio
From £1,000
Flat
From £2,400
offer icon
Exclusive £50 Voucher
Map Pin
15 mins walk to Central York
+3 more
Quick view icon
Not short listed
From£1,000per Month
Bills Included
Studio
From £270
Single
From £310
offer icon
Exclusive £50 Voucher
Map Pin
17 mins walk to Central York
+5 more
Quick view icon
Not short listed
From£270per Week
Bills Included
Single
From £173
Studio
From £223
offer icon
Exclusive £50 Voucher
Map Pin
12 mins by public transport, 14 mins walk to Central York
+8 more
Quick view icon
Not short listed
From£173per Week
Bills Included
No Visa No Pay
No Place No Pay
En-Suite
From £170
Flat
From £216
offer icon
Exclusive £50 Voucher
Map Pin
37 mins by public transport to Central York
+3 more
Quick view icon
Not short listed
From£170per Week
Bills Included
En-Suite
From £218
Studio
From £244
offer icon
Exclusive £50 Voucher
Map Pin
15 mins by public transport to Central York
+9 more
Quick view icon
Not short listed
From£218per Week
Bills Included
1
Student Accommodation in York

York Etymology - Where Did the Word York Come From? 

York went through three phases of naming: the first was during the Roman times when it was called “Eboracum” which is a name derived from a Celtic origin, then 400 years later during the Angels reign, the second name “ Eoforīc” was given and it meant "wild-boar town" in old English language which is commonly known now as “wild pig” and lastly when the Vikings came and gave it the name “Norse Jórvík” which means “horse bay”. 

What is York known for?

York Location - How do you get to York from London?

York is two hours away from London by car with a total distance of 209.3 miles, give or take a few minutes when using the underground.

Why Book Student Accommodation in York? 

York is an excellent destination to travel to if you are a shopping fan. York Designer Outlet just outside the city centre and it is worth a visit while in the city; it houses the best designer products at incredible prices and there are various food and drink options for when you need a break. 

Additionally, York has various festivals which you can visit. York Fashion Week is one of the most famous festivals in the city; it is usually held in March and it mostly includes runway shows, workshops, beauty evenings, and more. Jorvik Viking Festival is another famous York festival; it is held yearly in February and includes various exhibitions and storytelling events about the Viking age in the city. 

As the most historical city in the UK, York is a place that grabs the attention of many people. It was founded over 2000 years ago by the Romans and retained its position as a charming city throughout the years. About 20% of York’s population are students with an overall population of more than 170,000. The city houses the world-famous University of York and the University of York International Pathway College which makes it an ideal student hub.

York Climate

Weather and Temperature

Like any other UK city or any other country in the European zone, York is definitely cold for those who are not used to cold weather. It rains cats and dogs all year round, the heaviest month is June and the driest is February. The average temperature is 9.5 °C; the lowest is in January with 4.0 °C degrees and the warmest is July with 16.1 °C degrees. 

What to Pack and York Local Timing

Get yourself some basic rain gear because it’s always raining in York - as usual for any UK city. Scarfs, thermals, jackets, gloves, and heat preserving shoes are your daily essentials. GMT is York’s local timing so you need to keep this in mind when booking your travels and student accommodation in York. 

Is York Rural or Urban? 

York is urban; it’s surrounded and beautifully invaded with greenery and marvelous architecture. However, lots of rural areas surround the city’s borders in a heavenly mix. Selby, Malton, Tadcaster, and Pocklington are some of the best rural towns near York. 

What are Some Must-Visit Places in York?

This beautiful medieval city has various things which you can do. You can check out York Minster which is the largest gothic building in Britain. It took 250 years to build this historic cathedral starting the year 1220. It is now one of Europe’s most beautiful medieval buildings and a significant tourist attraction. Another famous York attraction is the Jorvik Viking Centre which is a renowned museum known for its exhibitions of life during the Viking Era. Furthermore, Castle Howard is an excellent place to visit; it was built over 300 years ago and currently holds various antiques related to the Howard family. The magnificent building is surrounded by acres of beautiful green parkland with stunning ponds and rare flowers.

Universities in York 

  1. University of York

  2. York St John University

Transportation In York 

York has various bus stations all over the city. You can easily access live bus information through the Next Bus mobile website. York is only 2 hours from London and 30 minutes from Newcastle by train.

Famous Neighbourhoods For Student Accommodation in York 

Hull Road, Lawrence Street, Hallfield Road, Percy's Lane, Terry Avenue, Walmgate, Paragon Street.       

Other Student Accommodation In UK

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

LondonBirminghamGlasgowLiverpoolEdinburghManchesterAberystwythAberdeenBangorBelfastBradfordBathBrightonBedfordBournemouthBristolCambridgeCarlisleColchesterCanterburyCheltenhamCoventryCardiffChesterDerbyDundeeDurhamEghamExeterFalmouthGloucesterGuildfordHatfieldHuddersfieldHullIpswichKingstonLancasterLincolnLoughboroughLeedsLutonLeicesterMedwayNewcastleNorwichNewcastle under LymeNottinghamNewportOxfordPlymouthPortsmouthPrestonReadingSalfordStirlingSunderlandSheffieldStockton on teesSwanseaSouthamptonStokeWinchesterWrexhamWolverhamptonWorcester.      

Load Map
Sign up for our newsletters so you can have the latest Student Accommodation News at your fingertips.