Windsor Terrace

Review Breakdown

Location
Social Experience
Social Areas
Your Room
Value for Money
Internet / WiFi

Reviews

Anonymous

The location was brilliant The facilities were pretty good, everything you needed The social aspect of living with 5 other people was great, you get to learn the different ways people live The room were great, an average size, the only thing was that they had very little natural light. Oh and it's a single bed

Anonymous

Really good location, close to campus and the library. Flats are modern and the bathroom to number of people ratio is really good with 3 people to one bathroom. Only downside is the noise of the ringroad very close to the accommodation.

Anonymous

Feels like home, clean and spacious, staff always willing to help, best location on campus and less than 5 minutes walk into centre of town.

Anonymous

Great location as right next to library, uni buildings (not med or dental school) and super easy to walk into town for nights out. Nice place, mixed opinions on how sociable it was though - depends on where you were within it

Anonymous

Laundry facilities were a nightmare. Had so many issues with flatmates ruining things and we were all blamed and charged unless the true guilty party came forwards. Small rooms and mine had a bush over the window so no light, but amazing location and lots of fun! Super pricy but aren't they all? With better flatmates it would've been good.

Anonymous

I liked my accommodation - reasonably priced, good location, decent facilities. Although there weren’t really any shared social areas and the layout wasn’t very sociable in terms of meeting other flats, i felt that the location and the value for money outweighed this concern. I liked how it’s on campus, that it was under £100pw however I feel that Newcastle now has a lack of reasonably priced accommodation in general. The increase in private accommodation that costs £130pw+ is not sustainable, especially given that the council are trying to rid Jesmond, Sandyford and Heaton if students and push them into private student accommodation which is already too expensive, with some costing over £150pw.

Anonymous

Great room. Good location and proximity to campus. Common area is great. Mattress is a little worn down so maybe upgrade that soon.

Anonymous

The location is perfect; simply a couple of minutes away from Phillip Robinson library, 5 minutes to campus and 5 minutes to city centre. The popular bars and clubs are also not too far away. Overall the location is great! Though the accommodation itself is relatively basic, if you're spending most of your time in the library anyway, you're only really sleeping and eating at your accommodation. Either way, there's space to make the room your own and the small size means you can tailor it to your own personality, making it cosy and homely. There is no common room but sharing the living room with 5 others is the perfect amount of social interaction in my opinion.

Anonymous

Really good halls, great location (very close to uni) and communal area/kitchen is very big. Rooms are decent sized and is a 30 second walk to the library

Anonymous

Facilities were amazing for the price, but cleaners were very short tempered and clearly weren’t happy to be there. Location so close to everything, great choice