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Bolton is in Greater Manchester, in the northwest of England. It is well-known for its contribution to the UK textile industry, football club, and for having more bars per person than any other area in the country. It is home to The University of Bolton, which competes with MMU, The University of Manchester, and The University of Salford.

Bolton is one of the biggest neighbourhoods in the United Kingdom, and there is more than enough going on to meet the needs of its university students. The University of Bolton is the city's most notable university. Freshers find it beneficial to locate their ideal student accommodation in Bolton, as the majority of them are adjacent to the university. Furthermore, these student houses in Bolton are filled with facilities and amenities that fulfil the needs of every student.

It is easy to commute in the city whether on a bike, on foot, or even via public transportation, given that most of the student flats in Bolton are conveniently linked with good transport. It encompasses a large area, so if you have a car, it's an excellent opportunity to explore the surrounding areas. The town is also well served by train, with a direct link to Manchester taking less than 20 minutes and regular trains to Liverpool and farther afield.

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Student Accommodation In Bolton

To accommodate its rising student population, there are a large number of Bolton student accommodations available. There are two university-managed student halls and three halls offered by commercial firms at the University of Bolton. Students at the University of Bolton have a choice between the bronze and silver packages. The bronze package includes a single bed as well as common amenities like on-suite laundry and Wi-Fi. The silver package comes with a bed as well as a variety of common conveniences. Private housing providers provide students with single and double rooms, with the opportunity to upgrade to a studio apartment. Many rooms in private housing are en-suite, however, there will be a communal kitchen. Private lodging is typically found in Bolton and is within walking distance of the town centre. The student community across the UK at the student flats in Bolton for students is very helpful.

About Bolton

Bolton, one of Europe's biggest towns, is known as much for the friendliness and character of its residents as it is for its great industrial legacy. The kind welcome given to tourists by locals, known as Boltonians, is a crucial role in the town's success as a destination to do commerce, live, study, and visit. Bolton is expanding on its historic industrial and cultural past to satisfy the demands of a rising population of 280,000 people while also providing a contemporary, well-connected base for a varied variety of enterprises and inhabitants.

Bolton means business, and our robust business community is critical to the city's long-term development and resilience. The Bolton economic plan is filled with ambition to maximise our strengths and assets, including people, communities, enterprises, institutions, location, and physical environment. The cultural assets of Bolton are important in the town's long-term ambitions. Our town is a cultural lover's paradise; not only has it lately invested considerably in culture throughout the town centre, but it also hosts a wide variety of high-profile cultural events. The culture and recreation offer is important for the community's health and well-being, as well as a major draw for homebuyers, tourists, and residents.

Student Housing in Bolton

Universities provide outstanding amenities that are used by both domestic and foreign students. Bolton’s universities, with their wide halls, also provide superb Bolton accommodation. There is also sufficient provision for students who choose private Bolton student accommodations. Off-campus, there's plenty for students to do, with fantastic nightlife options such as clubs and restaurants, and for those who want to explore a little further. Here you will discover information on UniAcco's private Bolton student accommodations, including student housing in Bolton and much more.

Best Places to Stay in Bolton

UniAcco offers many options for Bolton student accommodations. The locations of these private Bolton student accommodations are very affordable and are located close to your university.

  • The Cube - This Bolton student accommodation provides en-suite rooms and studio rooms. Irrespective of your room choice, you can enjoy a Wi-Fi connection, all-inclusive bills and CCTV security. There is a 24/7 on-site staff available at the beck and call of students.

Cost of Living in Bolton

While living in your Bolton student accommodation here are some of the estimated living costs (46 Weeks) that you might come across based on your budget and expenditure:

 

  Expense  Monthly Cost (GBP) 
  Off-Campus Accommodation   388
  On-Campus Accommodation   500
  Food (60 meals)     324
  Utilities  164
  Transportation  67
  Clothes  60
  Groceries  53
  Entertainment  50

 

Bolton Transportation

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM)  contains information on all public transportation in Greater Manchester, including services to the hospital that operates from both Bolton town centre and regions around the borough. It also has a travel planning tool, which you can use to determine which bus routes will take you to health centres and clinics across Bolton. Transport for Greater Manchester manages travel cards for adults over the age of 60, children under the age of 16, students, and people with disabilities.

  • Travel and transportation aid for children and youth - The 'Assistance with transportation costs to school or college' page contains information on the transportation assistance available to children and young people in Bolton.
  • Children and adolescents with specific educational needs and impairments - Your child may be eligible for a free bus pass if they have an education, health, and care plan.

Bolton Attractions

1. Bolton Steam Museum

You may visit one of Bolton's ancient industrial behemoths, the cotton store of the now-demolished Atlas Mill, at this museum. Within are an extraordinary collection of stationary steam engines recovered from industrial locations in Manchester, Lancashire, Yorkshire, and even Wales. There are 30 engines in all, most of which are more than a century old, with the oldest being from 1840 and being a Crossfield mill beam engine.

2. Bolton Museum

The Neoclassical, crescent-shaped Bolton Civic Centre, which opened in 1939, contributes significantly to the atmosphere of ceremonial surrounding Bolton Town Hall. This structure houses the town's major library as well as the museum on the top level, where you may learn about the history of Bolton. At the time of writing in 2018, the museum was partially closed for the creation of Eternal Egypt, a significant Egyptology display.

3. Smithills Hall

Visit the named country park to witness this beautiful Medieval manor home wreathed in informal gardens. Smithills Hall is owned by Bolton Council and is located on elevated terrain on the outskirts of the West Pennine Moors. The property dates back to the 1300s, and the great hall in the north range was built during that period and has retained its original design and historical characteristics. There are large tables set up for a feast in this room, as well as sets of armour, and antiquated tools like a mangle in the neighbouring kitchen.

4. Queen’s Park

Queen's Park, which slopes down to the River Croal northwest of the town centre, is a classic Victorian park that was established in 1866 and has been renovated during the 2000s courtesy to the Heritage Lottery Fund. The Croal's banks have been cleaned, and the river is now bridged by the cast iron Dobson Bridge. A lake, a sunken garden with traditional flowerbeds, a children's play area, tennis courts, and a bowling green are also available. The centre-terrace is the most dignified, containing statues that are recognised as monuments in their own right.

5. Hall in the Wood Museum

This 16th-century half-timbered manor home is steeped in history. The Lancastrian vernacular name for the structure is "Hall in the Wood," and it was built for a wealthy woollen trader. Later, instead of belonging to a single noble family, the mansion was divided into numerous independent homes and utilised by industrial families. You may learn more about one past resident, Samuel Crompton, who created the spinning mule here about 1779, permanently transforming the textile industry.

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