Honestly, the actual rooms and kitchen space for what they are, student accommodation, aren’t bad. The rooms are a little small with only single beds in them but I hear they are upgrading the rooms to 3/4 beds for next academic year. The base furniture in the room is of a generally good standard with lots of under-bed storage. The showers could be more powerful and warmer, but again this is only student accommodation not a 5 star hotel. The kitchens are very spacious (we do have 8 in our flat) with cookers, fridge freezers, table and chairs and sofa style chairs. Upon arrival many of the sofa style chairs were stained with god only knows what, and we only have 7 drawers combined in the two freezers (but we have 8 people!) Cleaner comes once a fortnight and does bare minimum of hoovering in the kitchen but leaves the hallway and our rooms up to us. security aren’t very fast at dealing with noise complaints and maintenance take what seems like the whole year to fix any issues with your flat (we waited 6 weeks for extra stools) Staff are all really friendly and parcels are kept safe until you can pick them up in their office. In the common room there’s a pool table (stained and ripped) with broken pool cues. A big flatscreen TV with Netflix and some sofas (great for after a night out when you can’t bare the thought of walking back up those stairs to your room). Location is great, 3/4 minutes from the train station 5 minutes from city campus and about 20 minutes from Colligiate. Local shop (Spar) can be expensive but aldi is only about a 10 minute walk away. Internet/WiFi has a tendency to drop off in communal areas but works okay in rooms.