Mobility, security & maintenance

  • Security officer
  • Secure door
  • Wheelchair access
  • On call maintenance

Bills included

  • Room WiFi
  • Water
  • Heating
  • Electricity
  • Cleaning service


  • Laundry
  • Car parking
  • Outdoor area
  • Bike storage

General Description

Beloff House is located on the Hunter Street campus and is next to the Tanlaw Mill where the bar, restaurant and Students Union is based. It is self-catering accommodation.

There are 66 ensuite bedrooms. All of the rooms feature a small mini-cool and vacuum cleaner.

The main kitchens are located on the ground floor and are fully equipped with cookers, microwaves, toasters and kettles. There are mini-kitchens located on the 1st and 2nd floors which are ideal for making a quick snack. Each resident has their own kitchen locker and their own designated freezer drawer. Students need to bring their own towels, pots and pans, crockery and knives and forks. Please remember to bring your own bedding, to fit a single bed.

The communal areas are cleaned daily Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays). To assist the cleaning staff you are asked to wash up after yourselves.

The nearest laundrette is in Hailsham House. There is a large car park very close by.

2020 weekly rate – £163.44
Our prices are inclusive of wi-fi and bills.

Local area

The Hunter Street Campus is the central University site. This is where the main reception is based, as well as most administrative offices such as Student Fees, Accommodation and IT Services. The Hunter Street Library is situated on this site. The following departments are based on or near Hunter Street: Accounting, Business, Economics, Communications, Marketing, Journalism, Education, English, Languages, History, Life Sciences, Politics and International Studies.

Room options available

University of Buckingham

The University of Buckingham

Freshers guaranteed
Beloff room

Beloff House

Price from
£164 p/w

  • Private bedroom
  • Private bathroom
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wifi
  • Desk

Terms and conditions

Please refer to University of Buckingham website.