Sir John Cass Hall, Hackney

Sir John Cass Hall Student Accommodation is a welcoming and friendly residence in the famous hipster area of Hackney. Newly refurbished, this purpose-built student residence has 132 bedrooms spread over three floors.
  • Communal kitchen
  • Breakfast included
  • Screening room
  • Fortnightly cleaning
  • Communal bathroom

Details

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  • Property
  • Transport

  • Transport
  • Local Area

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Property

  • Description

    Single student rooms are all quipped with single beds, a private sink and a wardrobe with storage space. A study area with desk & chair while you can enjoy the view from the window.

  • Features

    Single rooms with shared bathrooms & toilets on each floor cleaned on a daily basis. Big communal area with lounge & dining space, communal kitchen, screening room & outside space.

  • Services

    Unlimited free wifi access. Beddings, linen and weekly cleaning provided. Continental breakfast included. Laundry facility service.

  • Arrival & Departures

    Arrival & departures based on weekend, possibility of weekday check-ins. Please present your ID and confirmation letter

  • Minimum Stay

    One week.

Transport

  • Links

    Situated in Zone 2.
    Underground: Bethnal Green station is 15 min walk away (Central line). Overground: The nearest station is Hackney Central or Hommerton, an easy connection with the Victoria Line at Highbury & Islington. Bus routes: 26 to Waterloo 277 Highbury & Islington to Mile End 38 to Piccadilly & Victoria 55 to Holborn, TCR & Oxford Circus 30 to King’s Cross, Baker Street & Marble Arch

  • Nearest Stations

    Hackney Central: Overground

    Hometon: Overground

    Mile End: Central, District and Hammersmith & City Line

  • Bus Routes

    26, 277, 38, 55, 30

Local Area

  • Shopping

    Go out to London's biggest shopping centre in Westfield, Stratford. With a variety of different shops, stalls, food, desserts, gifts and more. Explore Hackney Empire Theatre, built in 1901, and enjoy the wonderful performances with bar and café on-site for you to have a spectacular night with your friends.

  • Landmark

    Visit Sutton House, Hackney's oldest residential building, which was built in 1535 for Henry VIII's first secretary of state. Beautifully restored with authentic design, with a real Tudor kitchenette, an Edwardian chapel, a medieval cellar, possibly London's oldest loo – a sixteenth-century garderobe and more.

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