All-Inclusive Student Accommodation in Canterbury

Finding the perfect student accommodation in Canterbury just became so much simpler. These bills-included student apartments are ideal for anyone looking to take the hassle out of uni accommodation and find the perfect combination of community, location and comfort. With fully furnished flats ranging from studios to shared flats, these apartments are the perfect way to make the most out of uni life and enjoy everything that Canterbury has to offer.

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Alma Court

Alma Court

Stylish student living from our student accommodation in the heart of Canterbury

from £184 per week

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Canterbury has a vibrant nightlife scene for students, with a variety of pubs, bars, and nightclubs to choose from. The city’s historic centre is a popular spot for students to socialise and grab a drink, with many pubs and bars within walking distance of each other. There are also several nightclubs in the city, offering a range of music genres and events throughout the week. Additionally, Canterbury is home to unique experiences like Boom Battle Bar, which offers axe throwing and other fun games.


Canterbury is a city that offers plenty of opportunities for students to explore and have fun on the weekends. They can visit the stunning Canterbury Cathedral or the ancient ruins of St. Augustine’s Abbey. A leisurely boat trip on the River Stour, or a walk through the beautiful Dane John Gardens, is perfect for a sunny day. For those who want to shop or eat, the city centre is packed with boutiques and restaurants, while for those seeking a bit more adventure, there are plenty of outdoor activities such as go-karting, paintballing, and rock climbing nearby.


Canterbury is a charming city with a rich history and vibrant culture that has inspired many famous works of literature, including Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. From the iconic Canterbury Cathedral to the Roman Museum, the city is full of historic landmarks and museums waiting to be explored. Students love to visit the Marlowe Theatre for live performances and the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge for its extensive art collection. With a variety of events, festivals and exhibitions taking place throughout the year, there is always something new to discover in Canterbury.


Canterbury has a vibrant foodie scene that offers a wide range of culinary delights for students. The city boasts a diverse selection of restaurants serving cuisines from around the world, including Italian, Indian, Thai, and Mediterranean. There are also plenty of traditional British pubs and cafes offering high-quality pub grub, homemade pies, and freshly brewed coffee. Students in Canterbury will never be short of delicious options to satisfy their hunger.