My Uni Hall experience
University Hall is the second biggest accommodation, but probably is the prettiest and quietest site. And also squirrel friendly - nuts are your bridge to become good friends! There are different room options you can choose, en-suite or shared bathroom. A bonus for living the Uni Hall is we have very big kitchens, big enough for the flat have space to celebrate birthdays, Christmas or New Year. There are outdoor multi-use games areas on the site, including tennis, netball, basketball, and a big lounge is also available with pool tables, playstations and a movie projector. You can relax or study in there, Res Life coffee lounges are held there and usually offer free tea, coffee, biscuits or other snacks.
Although it’s a bit far from Cathays Park campus and Heath Park campus, the free uni bus can take you to every campus every hour on weekdays. Uni Hall has the tallest tower building, if you apply to live there, the whole of Cardiff is in your view. Walking 10 minutes down the hill, there is the very beautiful Roath Park, lots of swans, gooses, ducks and different colours of roses. There is a café next to the lake, on a sunny day you can have a coffee and cake while watching swans, such an enjoyable time.
There are many restaurants on Wellfield Rd and Albany Rd, the walk is about 15 to 20 minutes. Boots, Superdrug, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Iceland etc. all can be found there, which is very convenient.
Bonnie & Irum - Uni Hall RLAs
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