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Student Cribs offers comfortable, well-equipped houses in the best locations in University cities and towns throughout the UK. Choosing Student Cribs gives you a better standard of living, whilst also giving you the peace of mind that you are living somewhere secure. Enjoying your accommodation will ensure you get the most out of your time at University.
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Really reliable for students, and any reported maintenance is carried out quickly and effectively, keeping to Covid-19 guidelines. Would definitely recommend to other students.
Well worth the money. I am currently living in my second student cribs house. The decor is modern and homey. Any issues that arise can be flagged up easily to the team by the portal and are dealt with very quickly. Would definitely recommend.
Gorgeous house, modern and warm. Students cribs always answer our queries quickly and have been really helpful. They send out surveys regularly to ensure student voices are heard. Best agency I’ve had in my 4 years at uni.
Great quality student living clearly maintained to a very high standard.
Student Cribs offer high quality student accommodation in Edinburgh, with great communal spaces and comfortable, fully furnished bedrooms. According to QS Student Cities Index, Edinburgh is ranked as the second-best city in the UK with a student population of around 40,000, and the city boasts a great selection of student houses and student flats to accommodate this population. Students largely attend four main universities: The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Napier University, Heriot-Watt University and Queen Margaret University. Both the Scottish Capital and one of the most desirable UK student cities, Edinburgh blends a rich heritage with a dynamic modern vibe, boasting world-famous festivals, jaw-dropping architecture and world-class educational institutions. The well-sized city centre oozes with life, hosting bars, clubs, theatres, museums and award-winning restaurants, and is best experienced during the annual Fringe Festival. When you want to explore outside of your Edinburgh student accommodation, you will be well entertained. We recommend booking viewing for your preferred student accommodation Edinburgh between November and January, as the most popular Edinburgh student flats and house typically book just after Christmas.
With excellent transport links, student houses in Edinburgh are spread across the whole city. The Haymarket area in Tollcross is a favourite year-after-year for student lets, where our Edinburgh student flats are perfectly located. If you are searching for a student flat in Edinburgh but are unsure of where to look, you will love this guide on where to live in Edinburgh as a student.
Students begin looking for Edinburgh student accommodation in the autumn semester. Viewings for Edinburgh student flats begin to take place through November and December. It is typically January when the most popular student accommodation in Edinburgh starts to book. Our student flats in Haymarket book quickly during this period, so booking viewings early is highly recommended.
Student Cribs have a variety of student flats in Edinburgh, perfect for groups of friends looking to live together for their final years in university. The student flats boast open plan communal areas as well as two-bathrooms, and the most modern facilities and stylish furnishings synonymous with Student Cribs.
Edinburgh is a fantastic city, with loads of things for students to do. Rich in history, blessed with a buzzing nightlife and full of culture, students in Edinburgh have a huge choice of things to enjoy when not relaxing in their student house. For an outside escape (when the library walls start to close in), the Kyoto Friendship Garden hidden in the grounds of Lauriston Castle offers an oasis away from the books, while the sounds of Cramond Falls along the River Almond will quickly make you forget about deadlines and group projects. For a nightout with friends, you are spoilt for choice. The Stand Comedy Club is a classic choice and a must visit, while The Devil’s Advocate with its 200 strong selection of whisky is great for both it’s chic atmosphere and setting in a former Victorian Pump House. You can also immerse yourself in this cities history in The Real Mary King’s Close, and discover the grave that is rumoured to have inspired the name of Lord Voldemort in the iconic Harry Potter books.