iQ Tufnell House London Accommodation 2020

Author : ameliaearhart9
Publish Date : 2020-07-07 18:14:49


iQ Tufnell House London Accommodation 2020

The capital of England, London, is a 21st-century modern city with a history dating back to Roman times. That’s not all; the city is home to the iconic clock tower, Big Ben, the imposing Houses of Parliament, and the Westminster Abbey which is the setting for the British monarch coronations. Then we have the London Eye, set across the Thames River, which is a giant observation wheel providing panoramic views of the South Bank cultural complex as well as the entire city.

London has some of the best universities in the world - Imperial College London, the University College London (UCL), King's College London, Brunel University to name a few. This is why the city sees an influx of domestic as well as international students every year. From a range of short-term courses to long-term courses, students can take their pick from various courses in a broad range of subjects.

With so many students choosing London as their preferred destination for study, most of them opt for off-campus housing near universities. And if the accommodation is close to the city centre, that provides a balance between their academic and social life since the students can spend time exploring the city during their duration of stay.

iQ Tufnell House London is a student accommodation located in Zone 1/2 in the quiet, leafy suburb of Tufnell Park, giving you a homely feel and a countryside charm. An advantage of staying here is its connectivity to central London.

The area around the residence has amazing independent food and drink establishments where students can try out different cuisines and get a taste of authentic British food as well. What’s more, there are a few excellent live music venues within easy commutable distance, with the lively buzz of Camden just a short bus ride or tube journey away.

Those who are looking to cut down on commute to their university campuses will find that the residence is as short ride away by tube from University College London, the University of Westminster, Regent’s University, City University, and the University of the Arts. This is also perfect in a way that students can easily make use of the campus facilities after their lectures without having to worry about going back home.

The accommodation offers a variety of shared and independent living spaces, from en-suite rooms, studios to flats. When you want to take a break from your studies, there are plenty of communal spaces where you can spend time relaxing and getting to know the other residents. You’ll also be glad to know that the Wi-Fi, bills, and contents insurance are all included in the price of the room.

It is also just a 5-minutes’ walk away from Tufnell Park Playing Fields which offers beautiful green expanses of Hampstead Heath, and there are playing fields adjacent to the building with a football field and public tennis courts. For all your grocery shopping, Sainsbury’s Local is within walking distance, so you don’t need to worry about making multiple stops at the store.

If these reasons aren’t enough for students to book their accommodation at iQ Tufnell House, then there are regular events hosted by the team at iQ Tufnell House which is a lifesaver for when you have no plans of going out for the day (or night).



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