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Frequently asked questions about life at Ablett House

Thinking about moving to Liverpool for uni? It’s a great choice if you’re looking for a lively nightlife and cultural city to live and study in.

Before you make the move, you’re sure to have some questions like ‘is Liverpool a good student city?’, or ‘what to do in Liverpool?’. But don’t worry – we’ve got you covered.

We’ve pulled together the top FAQs about life at Ablett House which will hopefully help answer some of your questions. Check them out below!

What UK cities are easy to travel to from Liverpool?

There are lots of UK cities that are easily accessible from Liverpool due to its central location and well-connected transport links. Some cities we’d recommend visiting – whether its for a bar crawl or a fun day out, including Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham.

What are the best student activities in Liverpool?

Liverpool offers a vibrant student experience with a wide range of activities to enjoy. Some popular activities involve the nightlife on and around Mathew Street, visiting the historic Albert Dock, and taking a stroll through Sefton Park (perfect for clearing your head after a boozy night out!).

If you’re looking for a full run down of the best things to do, check out our ultimate guide which reveals the top things to do in Liverpool.

When is the best time to look for student accommodation in Liverpool?

There’s no right or wrong time to start looking for student accommodation in Liverpool, but we’d recommend starting early to avoid missing out. Some people begin the search in October as that’s when many accommodation providers start advertising their properties for the following academic year. But if that’s a little early for you, starting in January is also a good option as there’s usually still plenty of student housing options available on the market at this time of the year.  

How close to campus will I be?

Ablett House is super close to all of Liverpool’s universities. You can reach Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Music Academy in less than 5 minutes by foot, so you won’t need to worry if you’re running late! And you can walk to the University of Liverpool in less than 25 minutes.

What facilities are available at Ablett House?

At Ablett House, you will have access to a wide range of appliances and features including on-site laundry, high-speed Wi-Fi, key access CCTV, bike storage, content insurance, and most excitingly a game room and terrace. Plus, you won’t need to worry about any furniture as all the rooms at Ablett House are fully furnished.

How long does a student tenancy at Ablett House last?

Ablett House has different tenancy options. You can either sign an agreement for 43 weeks which will run from September to July, or you can sign one for 51 weeks which will run from September to August.

Do students pay council tax?

Good news – full time students don’t need to pay council tax, so there’s no need to worry about that!

Is Liverpool a good student city?

Yes, Liverpool is a great study city! It’s home to several universities including the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. The city offers a vibrant and diverse student community, a wide range of cultural and entertainment options, and an affordable living cost.

Why Yugo?

Our student housing is more than just a place to live and learn. It’s a holistic living experience with great spaces across the UK, as well as across the USA, Europe, the Middle East and Australia.

We give our students a supportive place to grow, on and off campus. When you choose Yugo, alongside your desirable accommodation, you’ll experience the great lifestyle that Ablett House provides.

So, there you have it! Our top FAQs about life at Ablett House. We hope you found the answer you were looking for - but if you didn’t, please check out our UK FAQs or simply get in touch.