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Formerly a hotel, Alexandra House has recently been refurbished to offer on-campus accommodation.
This boutique accommodation offers a choice of 37 studios and a two-bedroom apartment. The property is located as close as it can be to Buckinghamshire New University, with direct access onto the campus meaning you can fall out of bed and be in lectures within 5 minutes!
Local facilities and services serve this area extremely well. The bus and rail stations are both just ten minutes' walk away, and there is a hospital opposite campus. The large and beautifully-named Eden shopping centre is just a 5-minute walk from us. The marvellous Swan Theatre is even closer, and there are plenty of cafes and restaurants all around.
Limited car parking is available; please contact the local team for terms and availability.
Did you know? High Wycombe is Buckingham’s largest town and was once known as the ‘Furniture Capital of England’ for its chair-making industry! The lively, modern town has plenty of tourist attractions to keep you busy and is only a 30-minute direct train to central London.
Our modern student accommodation in High Wycombe has been designed with you in mind, close to Buckinghamshire New University and High Wycombe City Centre with maximum comfort guaranteed. We thrive to make your living experience as easy and fun as possible, which is why we ensure sure you’re only a short distance away from local amenities and entertainment.
Get ready to shop til’ you drop! Take a take a trip to the Eden Centre, filled with a range of high-end shopping outlets, restaurants and a whole host of leisure facilities including a cinema and bowling alley, all a stone’s throw away from your accommodation.
The town centre has some beautiful Georgian architecture too, including the Little Market House (or Pepper Pot, as it's often known) and the stunning Guildhall. Visit the market in the High Street that’s been there since medieval times and you'll still find farmers’ produce for sale to this day!
History and heritage buffs should also visit the National Trust's West Wycombe Park, an elegant country house set in 45 acres of landscaped beauty offering Insta worthy views of the Chilterns countryside.