Students on the lookout for short-term accommodation in Southampton can make the most of flexible tenancies at Bencraft. Whether you plan to stay for months or a matter of weeks, this brand-new addition to the Homes for Students portfolio is a high-quality, convenient choice.
You could be taking a short course in the city, or participating in an exchange semester. Whatever your circumstances, you will have access to the same facilities and benefits as our full academic year student residents like large rooms, sophisticated social areas, superfast Wi-Fi and on-site laundry. All utility bills are included in the rent payment, making it easy to manage your money.
Bencraft is little more than five minutes away from the University of Southampton by car, and is also close to Solent University, City College Southampton and Totton College.
An 8-9m² bedroom featuring a single bed, wardrobe, sink, vanity unit, and desk and chair. This seven-bedroom cluster flat comes with a shared living and kitchen area, bath and shower, and two toilets.
An 8-9m² bedroom with a single bed, wardrobe, sink, vanity unit, and desk and chair. Seven-bedroom cluster flat featuring a shared living and kitchen area, bath and shower, and two toilets.
This 10.6m² bedroom includes a single bed, wardrobe, sink, vanity unit, and desk and chair. Sat within a seven-bedroom cluster flat, it is complemented by a shared living and kitchen area, bath and shower, and two toilets.
Bencraft is a brand-new Southampton student accommodation. Featuring a pleasing variety of single study rooms and studios, the property sits in a prime location and provides residents with on-site laundry, bike storage and 100Mbs Wi-Fi.
Situated in a quiet location, Bencraft is a conveniently-short walk away from the University of Southampton’s Bolderwood and Highfield campuses. There is also a Unilink U2 bus service nearby, which runs every half-an-hour.
Southampton, home to around 30,000 students, is known for its thriving nightlife, historic hot spots and state-of-the-art leisure facilities, not to mention some of Europe’s biggest water sport events. The new £70m WestQuay complex is home to some of the city’s leading shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, while at night many students frequent pubs like The Bridge and The Stags Head.