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Best and Worst Huddersfield University Accommodations Revealed

Best and Worst Huddersfield University Accommodations  Revealed

- Aspley House crowned top Huddersfield university accommodation

Aspley House by Prodigy Living has been crowned Huddersfield’s best university accommodation with an overall rating of 4.32 out of 5 by Hallbookers.co.uk, the leading student accommodation review website.

Nearly 200 Huddersfield students have submitted their reviews to rank the eight university accommodations in the town based on the quality of the rooms, atmosphere, location, safety, management and value.

Kristian Else, founder of Hallbookers.co.uk, said: “Being crowned the best university hall in any city is an excellent achievement for hall providers, and can be a great benchmark of their efforts. Prodigy have done an excellent job in satisfying their residents and deserve all the praise they can get.”



Hall Name

Overall Rating


Prodigy Living

Aspley House and Little Aspley House



Student Facility Management -SFM




Prodigy Living

Castings House



Unite Students

Firth Point



Unite Students

Snow Island



Digs Student

Storthes Hall Park



Digs Student

Ashenhurst Houses



Unite Students

Saw Mill


Commenting on the achievement, from Prodigy Living, Jessica Gallop, Director of Operations said: ‘This is a lovely endorsement from our residents. Our team works tirelessly to ensure they consistently deliver excellent service and facilities. They genuinely care about creating a home from home for our residents and that shines through in all the positive reviews. We are very proud of this recognition!’

Kingsmill comes in at a close second place, with an overall rating of 4.3, only 0.2 lower than Aspley House. Saw Mill by Unite ranks last in 8th place with an overall rating of 3.46. If you are looking for the safest Huddersfield accommodation, Snow Island ranks the highest in Huddersfield with a safety rating of 4.75. Kingsmill might be second overall, but the hall scores the highest when it comes to fun and atmosphere with a rating of 4.45.

The “TripAdvisor” style review website for university accommodations was launched in 2015 by graduate, Kristian Else. Else met atrocious student accommodation living standards when he moved to the UK from Australia in 2011 and decided to take action by launching a website where students could express their dismay or delight with university accommodations.

Note to Editors:
This ranking is based on reviews left by students on the Hallbookers website. Students must be registered with a valid university email address to be able to leave a review. The halls require a minimum of 10 reviews to be included in this ranking. The data displayed in this ranking is accurate as of 03.11.16 when the analysis was completed.

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