Agnes Jones House, Liverpool

1A Catharine Street Liverpool L8 7JZ

Agnes Jones House, Liverpool - Review

Agnes Jones House, Liverpool - Room Details

Agnes Jones House, Liverpool - Management's Description

Agnes Jones House, Liverpool - booking info

Don't do it

"Just don't, its not worth it, it just isn't. Weekly cleaning service advertised was cancelled within a week. A mould problem in my room from before I moved in has been reported 12 times and met wi"- Anonymous

A difficult year

"Flat was not properly maintained by staff, weekly clean of the communal areas in the flat barely ever happened and when it did generally the showers were not touched and more often than not just t"- Anonymous

Accomodation rating: 0 5 3.083335 - 6 ratings
Overall Rating
3.08335
  • Quality of rooms
    3.16665
  • Fun/Atmosphere
    2.58335
  • Location
    4.91665
  • Safety
    3.41665
  • Management
    2.91665
  • Value
    3.91665

Rooms and Prices

Type Price /
Per Week
Start date length of stay
(weeks)
Deposit
amount
Availability Book
Bedroom £107.00 44 £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £105.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £105.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £99.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £104.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £97.00 44/51 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £96.00 44/51 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £96.00 44/51 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now

Property Description :

Agnes Jones House is ideally located for students studying in Liverpool. With the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s and Liverpool Instit

read more

Agnes Jones House is ideally located for students studying in Liverpool. With the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s and Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts within walking distance, and the vibrant city centre of Liverpool close by.

Agnes Jones House student accommodation consists of 310 stylish single study bedrooms within flats, the student rooms at Agnes Jones House come with a shared kitchen, shower and toilet facilities. Flat options are 3 bedrooms, 4 bedrooms, 5 bedrooms, 6 bedrooms, 7 bedrooms and 8 bedrooms.

Flats with five or more bedrooms have two shower rooms and two toilets per flat, and all flats are fitted with heat and smoke detectors for your safety. All flats have shared kitchens with a fridge/freezer, toaster, oven and hob, kettle and storage space. Each student flat also has spacious shared bathrooms complete with shower/bath and toilet.

Your rent includes all utility bills, contents insurance and 100Mbps WiFi throughout, in addition to full on-site laundry facilities. Your parcels and packages will be collected for you by the on-site team if you’re out.

For your safety Agnes Jones House operates a secure door entry system.

HISTORY…

Agnes Jones House is named after one of the most influential figures in 19th century British medicine.

Agnes Elizabeth Jones was Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary’s first ever trained Nursing Superintendent in the mid-1800s. Known in medical circles for her unwavering work ethic and dedication to her patients, Agnes even came to the attention of the world-renowned nurse, Florence Nightingale.

After Agnes passed away in 1868 at the age of 35 having suffered from Typhus Fever, Nightingale claimed her counterpart was “one of the most valuable lives in England”.

Three years before her death, Agnes had accepted an invitation to lead in the introduction of trained nursing at Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary, one of the largest of its kind in the country. Her contribution to the health of the sick was a subject on everyone’s lips, but her round-the-clock commitment to the cause was ultimately her undoing, as her life was claimed by the disease which was common among the poor of the city at the time.

Nightingale went on to label Agnes a “genius”, and claimed that “she overworked while others underworked”.

Her memory lives on in Liverpool. Not only is Agnes Jones House named after her, there is also a statue in the Cathedral Oratory and a window in the Anglican Cathedral. Agnes is now buried in her birthplace of Ireland.

done

Property Description :

Agnes Jones House is ideally located for students studying in Liverpool. With the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s and Liverpool Instit

Agnes Jones House is ideally located for students studying in Liverpool. With the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s and Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts within walking distance, and the vibrant city centre of Liverpool close by.

Agnes Jones House student accommodation consists of 310 stylish single study bedrooms within flats, the student rooms at Agnes Jones House come with a shared kitchen, shower and toilet facilities. Flat options are 3 bedrooms, 4 bedrooms, 5 bedrooms, 6 bedrooms, 7 bedrooms and 8 bedrooms.

Flats with five or more bedrooms have two shower rooms and two toilets per flat, and all flats are fitted with heat and smoke detectors for your safety. All flats have shared kitchens with a fridge/freezer, toaster, oven and hob, kettle and storage space. Each student flat also has spacious shared bathrooms complete with shower/bath and toilet.

Your rent includes all utility bills, contents insurance and 100Mbps WiFi throughout, in addition to full on-site laundry facilities. Your parcels and packages will be collected for you by the on-site team if you’re out.

For your safety Agnes Jones House operates a secure door entry system.

HISTORY…

Agnes Jones House is named after one of the most influential figures in 19th century British medicine.

Agnes Elizabeth Jones was Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary’s first ever trained Nursing Superintendent in the mid-1800s. Known in medical circles for her unwavering work ethic and dedication to her patients, Agnes even came to the attention of the world-renowned nurse, Florence Nightingale.

After Agnes passed away in 1868 at the age of 35 having suffered from Typhus Fever, Nightingale claimed her counterpart was “one of the most valuable lives in England”.

Three years before her death, Agnes had accepted an invitation to lead in the introduction of trained nursing at Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary, one of the largest of its kind in the country. Her contribution to the health of the sick was a subject on everyone’s lips, but her round-the-clock commitment to the cause was ultimately her undoing, as her life was claimed by the disease which was common among the poor of the city at the time.

Nightingale went on to label Agnes a “genius”, and claimed that “she overworked while others underworked”.

Her memory lives on in Liverpool. Not only is Agnes Jones House named after her, there is also a statue in the Cathedral Oratory and a window in the Anglican Cathedral. Agnes is now buried in her birthplace of Ireland.

done

Rooms and Prices

Type Price /
Per Week
Start date length of stay
(weeks)
Deposit
amount
Availability Book
Bedroom £107.00 44 £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £105.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £105.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £99.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £104.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £97.00 44/51 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £96.00 44/51 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
Bedroom £96.00 44/51 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now

Nearby Halls

Disclaimer

*Prices & availability are subject to change. information provided is for academic year rents only and does not include information about short stays. For the most up to date info and info about short stays please visit the hall provider’s website.

Agnes Jones House, Liverpool

Property Description :

Agnes Jones House is ideally located for students studying in Liverpool. With the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s and Liverpool Instit

Agnes Jones House is ideally located for students studying in Liverpool. With the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s and Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts within walking distance, and the vibrant city centre of Liverpool close by.

Agnes Jones House student accommodation consists of 310 stylish single study bedrooms within flats, the student rooms at Agnes Jones House come with a shared kitchen, shower and toilet facilities. Flat options are 3 bedrooms, 4 bedrooms, 5 bedrooms, 6 bedrooms, 7 bedrooms and 8 bedrooms.

Flats with five or more bedrooms have two shower rooms and two toilets per flat, and all flats are fitted with heat and smoke detectors for your safety. All flats have shared kitchens with a fridge/freezer, toaster, oven and hob, kettle and storage space. Each student flat also has spacious shared bathrooms complete with shower/bath and toilet.

Your rent includes all utility bills, contents insurance and 100Mbps WiFi throughout, in addition to full on-site laundry facilities. Your parcels and packages will be collected for you by the on-site team if you’re out.

For your safety Agnes Jones House operates a secure door entry system.

HISTORY…

Agnes Jones House is named after one of the most influential figures in 19th century British medicine.

Agnes Elizabeth Jones was Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary’s first ever trained Nursing Superintendent in the mid-1800s. Known in medical circles for her unwavering work ethic and dedication to her patients, Agnes even came to the attention of the world-renowned nurse, Florence Nightingale.

After Agnes passed away in 1868 at the age of 35 having suffered from Typhus Fever, Nightingale claimed her counterpart was “one of the most valuable lives in England”.

Three years before her death, Agnes had accepted an invitation to lead in the introduction of trained nursing at Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary, one of the largest of its kind in the country. Her contribution to the health of the sick was a subject on everyone’s lips, but her round-the-clock commitment to the cause was ultimately her undoing, as her life was claimed by the disease which was common among the poor of the city at the time.

Nightingale went on to label Agnes a “genius”, and claimed that “she overworked while others underworked”.

Her memory lives on in Liverpool. Not only is Agnes Jones House named after her, there is also a statue in the Cathedral Oratory and a window in the Anglican Cathedral. Agnes is now buried in her birthplace of Ireland.

done

Don't do it

1

Quality of rooms - 1 Fun/Atmosphere - 0.5 Location - 5
Safety - 1.5 Management - 0.5 Value - 1.5

Just don't, its not worth it, it just isn't. Weekly cleaning service advertised was cancelled within a week. A mould problem in my room from before I moved in has been reported 12 times and met with 'we'll send someone up to assess the situation today' 3 times without anyone actually doing so and the situation getting drastically worse. The newly renovated kitchen is rapidly falling to bits including cupboard doors just dropping off because not only is a screw missing but there is no hole for a screw and so the hinge is held on by a single screw. The oven broke, was reported 3 times and on the 3rd we made it blatantly clear that the ovens fan had stopped working and upon reporting it for a 4th time the staff tried to claim that we had reported and extractor fan not working and not the oven. halfway through the year the radiators were stripped out in the halls and replaced yet we were left to clean up the mess. LHS claims that there are no admin fees but extortionate admin fees of £50 have been added to our payments schedule. The flat is not secure, it does not always auto lock all it takes is one flatmate to not lock it after a night out for someone (from the neighbouring flats in our case) to walk in and take whatever items they can from the communal rooms and the staff make no effort to try and retrieve the stolen goods despite supposedly having content insurance. There are no staff on sight on weekends or after 5pm weekdays and you can be charged for calling the out of hours contacts for issues. Overall, I cant wait to leave and would strongly urge anyone considering this place to avoid it at all costs. That being said I cant fault the location or the WiFi which amazingly is as advertised. Oh and the laundry service charges you £2 for the card to use the machines and the dryers hardly work leaving clothes to smell of damp or you to pay for a second dry.

  • 28 Nov 2018
  • Anonymous
  • UNITED KINGDOM
  • Male

A difficult year

2

Quality of rooms - 2 Fun/Atmosphere - 2 Location - 4.5
Safety - 0.5 Management - 1 Value - 4

Flat was not properly maintained by staff, weekly clean of the communal areas in the flat barely ever happened and when it did generally the showers were not touched and more often than not just the whole bathrooms in general. Despite the maintenance guy being lovely it seemed there was something wrong every other day the whole flat was basically falling apart, very old and in need of a refurb. Heating was never fully fixed and there has been no hot water in 2 sinks in the flat since we moved in which was never fixed.



Safety on site is awful. Extremely minimal CCTV, multiple break ins, signs put up in all the flats claiming that they would take no responsibility if someone broke in if the window or doors were left open, then the staff kept repeatedly leaving the windows and door open in the flat.



Management were awful at dealing with any problems, often maintenance issues weren't relayed in order for them to be fixed, staff in the front office were rude and have even shouted at some residents on occasion for literally no reason or because they were reporting a problem. They put a dampener on the whole atmosphere of the place and quite often didnt have a clue what they were doing, contributing to the poor maintenance and security.





  • 23 Jun 2017
  • Anonymous
  • UNITED KINGDOM
  • Female

Overall good place

3.5

Quality of rooms - 4.5 Fun/Atmosphere - 3 Location - 5
Safety - 4.5 Management - 2 Value - 4

Agnes Jones House has a very nice location. Its close to uni, town centre and a grocery shop. Theres only one down side though, the maintenance or repair work in the flat can be really slow or sometimes have not been fixed at all

  • 04 Mar 2017
  • Anonymous
  • MALAYSIA
  • Female
  • Would recommend this property

Everything you could need

4

Quality of rooms - 3.5 Fun/Atmosphere - 4.5 Location - 5
Safety - 4 Management - 4.5 Value - 4.5

Agnes Jones House has everything you could need- convenient access to university facilities and the city centre, on-site facilities for cooking, washing, and laundry, and all the helpful, friendly staff. Great value for money, I highly recommend it.

  • 01 Mar 2017
  • Anonymous
  • UNITED KINGDOM
  • Male
  • Would recommend this property

Would recommend to anyone

4

Quality of rooms - 4.5 Fun/Atmosphere - 3 Location - 5
Safety - 5 Management - 4.5 Value - 4.5

Great location, walks distance to most places. Rooms are in good condition and great value for money. I would definitely recommend here.

  • 01 Mar 2017
  • Emily
  • UNITED KINGDOM
  • Female
  • Would recommend this property

Great Value for Money

4

Quality of rooms - 3.5 Fun/Atmosphere - 2.5 Location - 5
Safety - 5 Management - 5 Value - 5

If you want to be on campus and pay a fraction of the price that vine court/crown place do, this is the perfect accommodation for you.

  • 28 Jan 2016
  • Anonymous
  • UNITED KINGDOM
  • Male
  • Would recommend this property

We want to know your opinion!

Overall *
Quality of rooms *
Fun/Atmosphere*
Location *
Safety *
Management *
Value *
Review Title *
First name *       Anonymous
Nationality *
Age*
Sex *
Male   Female
University Email address *  (so we can verify you’re a real student)
tab3tab3tab3tab3 tab3tab3tab3tab3 tab3tab3tab3tab3 tab3tab3tab3tab3 tab3tab3tab3tab3 tab3tab3tab3tab3
Agnes Jones House, Liverpool

Property Description :

Agnes Jones House is ideally located for students studying in Liverpool. With the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s and Liverpool Instit

Agnes Jones House is ideally located for students studying in Liverpool. With the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s and Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts within walking distance, and the vibrant city centre of Liverpool close by.

Agnes Jones House student accommodation consists of 310 stylish single study bedrooms within flats, the student rooms at Agnes Jones House come with a shared kitchen, shower and toilet facilities. Flat options are 3 bedrooms, 4 bedrooms, 5 bedrooms, 6 bedrooms, 7 bedrooms and 8 bedrooms.

Flats with five or more bedrooms have two shower rooms and two toilets per flat, and all flats are fitted with heat and smoke detectors for your safety. All flats have shared kitchens with a fridge/freezer, toaster, oven and hob, kettle and storage space. Each student flat also has spacious shared bathrooms complete with shower/bath and toilet.

Your rent includes all utility bills, contents insurance and 100Mbps WiFi throughout, in addition to full on-site laundry facilities. Your parcels and packages will be collected for you by the on-site team if you’re out.

For your safety Agnes Jones House operates a secure door entry system.

HISTORY…

Agnes Jones House is named after one of the most influential figures in 19th century British medicine.

Agnes Elizabeth Jones was Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary’s first ever trained Nursing Superintendent in the mid-1800s. Known in medical circles for her unwavering work ethic and dedication to her patients, Agnes even came to the attention of the world-renowned nurse, Florence Nightingale.

After Agnes passed away in 1868 at the age of 35 having suffered from Typhus Fever, Nightingale claimed her counterpart was “one of the most valuable lives in England”.

Three years before her death, Agnes had accepted an invitation to lead in the introduction of trained nursing at Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary, one of the largest of its kind in the country. Her contribution to the health of the sick was a subject on everyone’s lips, but her round-the-clock commitment to the cause was ultimately her undoing, as her life was claimed by the disease which was common among the poor of the city at the time.

Nightingale went on to label Agnes a “genius”, and claimed that “she overworked while others underworked”.

Her memory lives on in Liverpool. Not only is Agnes Jones House named after her, there is also a statue in the Cathedral Oratory and a window in the Anglican Cathedral. Agnes is now buried in her birthplace of Ireland.

done

Type Price /
Per Week
Start date length of stay
(weeks)
Deposit amount Availability Book
Bedroom £107.00 44 £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
LARGE CLASSIC 8 BED Large bedroom with a large wardrobe, study area and chair with plenty of storage space and a personal washbasin. The shared areas include two spacious bathrooms, a large kitchen and a comfortable, open plan lounge area.
Bedroom £105.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
PREMIUM 7 BED Recently refurbished bedroom with a ¾ bed, large wardrobe, excellent study area with plenty of storage space available and a personal washbasin. The shared areas include two spacious bathrooms, a newly renovated kitchen and a comfortable, open plan lounge area.
Bedroom £105.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
PREMIUM 6 BED Recently refurbished bedroom in a shared, 6 bedroom flat with a ¾ bed, large wardrobe, excellent study area with plenty of storage space available and a personal washbasin. The shared areas include two spacious bathrooms, a newly renovated kitchen and a comfortable, open plan lounge area.
Bedroom £99.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
CLASSIC 3 BED A spacious room with a single bed, wardrobe, study area and chair with plenty of storage space and a personal washbasin. The shared areas include one bathroom, a large kitchen and a comfortable, open plan lounge area.
Bedroom £104.00 44 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
PREMIUM 8 BED Recently refurbished bedroom with a ¾ bed, large wardrobe, excellent study area with plenty of storage space available and a personal washbasin. The shared areas include two spacious bathrooms, a newly renovated kitchen and a comfortable, open plan lounge area.
Bedroom £97.00 44/51 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
CLASSIC 5 BED A spacious room with a single bed, wardrobe, study area and chair with plenty of storage space and a personal washbasin. The shared areas include two bathrooms, a large kitchen and a comfortable, open plan lounge area.
Bedroom £96.00 44/51 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
CLASSIC 7 BED A spacious room with a single bed, wardrobe, study area and chair with plenty of storage space and a personal washbasin. The shared areas include two bathrooms, a large kitchen and a comfortable, open plan lounge area.
Bedroom £96.00 44/51 WEEKS £0.00 AVAILABLE Book Now
CLASSIC 6 BED A spacious room with a single bed, wardrobe, study area and chair with plenty of storage space and a personal washbasin. The shared areas include two bathrooms, a large kitchen and a comfortable, open plan lounge area.

HALLBOOKER'S DESCRIPTION

Agnes Jones House is ideally located for students studying in Liverpool. With the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s and Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts within walking distance, and the vibrant city centre of Liverpool close by.

Agnes Jones House student accommodation consists of 310 stylish single study bedrooms within flats, the student rooms at Agnes Jones House come with a shared kitchen, shower and toilet facilities. Flat options are 3 bedrooms, 4 bedrooms, 5 bedrooms, 6 bedrooms, 7 bedrooms and 8 bedrooms.

Flats with five or more bedrooms have two shower rooms and two toilets per flat, and all flats are fitted with heat and smoke detectors for your safety. All flats have shared kitchens with a fridge/freezer, toaster, oven and hob, kettle and storage space. Each student flat also has spacious shared bathrooms complete with shower/bath and toilet.

Your rent includes all utility bills, contents insurance and 100Mbps WiFi throughout, in addition to full on-site laundry facilities. Your parcels and packages will be collected for you by the on-site team if you’re out.

For your safety Agnes Jones House operates a secure door entry system.

HISTORY…

Agnes Jones House is named after one of the most influential figures in 19th century British medicine.

Agnes Elizabeth Jones was Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary’s first ever trained Nursing Superintendent in the mid-1800s. Known in medical circles for her unwavering work ethic and dedication to her patients, Agnes even came to the attention of the world-renowned nurse, Florence Nightingale.

After Agnes passed away in 1868 at the age of 35 having suffered from Typhus Fever, Nightingale claimed her counterpart was “one of the most valuable lives in England”.

Three years before her death, Agnes had accepted an invitation to lead in the introduction of trained nursing at Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary, one of the largest of its kind in the country. Her contribution to the health of the sick was a subject on everyone’s lips, but her round-the-clock commitment to the cause was ultimately her undoing, as her life was claimed by the disease which was common among the poor of the city at the time.

Nightingale went on to label Agnes a “genius”, and claimed that “she overworked while others underworked”.

Her memory lives on in Liverpool. Not only is Agnes Jones House named after her, there is also a statue in the Cathedral Oratory and a window in the Anglican Cathedral. Agnes is now buried in her birthplace of Ireland.

Overall Rating
3.08335
  • Quality of rooms
    3.16665
  • Fun/Atmosphere
    2.58335
  • Location
    4.91665
  • Safety
    3.41665
  • Management
    2.91665
  • Value
    3.91665