Student Cribs have been providing the best Cirencester student houses since 2009, and are proud to now have five luxury student houses to let here. Cirencester is a picturesque market town at the base of the Cotswold Hill, drawing just over one-thousand students from around the UK to The Royal Agricultural University. Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the UK to study, Cirencester boasts brilliant outdoor activities and a vibrant student scene. Our Cirencester student houses are in prime locations and are in high demand, so make sure to book early. We advise booking viewings for student houses you are interested in in October and November.
Most second and third year students at the Royal Agricultural College chose to move into student houses closer to the city centre, close to the shops, cafes and local pubs. Student lets in Watermoor are in high demand, as it is walking distance to the town centre (where you will find the top places for eating out in Cirencester for students) and the vast Cirencester Park, while being a short drive to campus. All of our Cirencester Student Cribs are located here. Click here for more information about where to live in Cirencester as a student.
Top Tips for Finding Student Accommodation in Cirencester
Students begin searching for their student houses in Cirencester from late October, with most student accommodation being booked by the end of January. We advise booking your viewings in October or November, as the best student houses in Cirencester book early!
Student Cribs in Cirencester
Our Student Cribs in Cirencester are all perfect for groups of friends looking to live together in their second or third year of university. Our four-bedroom student houses are spacious, while our five and six-bedroom houses boast large communal spaces. Student Cribs student lets in Bristol include all bills, and no fees or deposits are charged. Make sure to book your viewings early, ideally in October, as our student houses book very quickly.
Best Things For Students to Do In Cirencester Cirencester is a beautiful place to go to university, with a lot to enjoy when not chilling out in your new student house. There is no shortage of country walks in this beautifully green part of the country, with a stroll to Sapperton for a drink and a Sunday lunch being a perfect end to the week. In the heart of the Cotswolds you can also find a busy calendar of race meets, giving you a chance to mingle with locals of all ages and enjoy some high-octane racing. Jolly Nice is a great trip for local food and excellent wines, ideal for a hungover brunch or to get supplies to impress for a dinner with your housemates. If Jolly Nice isn’t your style (but we bet it is), there are loads of great restaurants for students in Cirencester, some favourites being made by Bob (this stylish bistro is unbeatable for a breakfast) and He Says She Says Waffles.