Waterloo residence (Wellington Lodge)

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Key Info
  • Located close to the South Bank of the River Thames Wellington Lodge is within walking distance of some of the London's most iconic attractions, including The Houses of Parliment, Big Ben and The London Eye.
  • The residence offers a range of bedrooms and studios all with private en-suite bathrooms. There is a common room with wide screen TV and a private roof terrace offering panoramic views of London.

Location

Located in zone 1 within a short walk of Central London Waterloo Station, this residence is perfectly situated for students of King’s College London, South Bank University and London College of Communication.

Wellington Lodge can be found on the corner of Waterloo Road and Westminster Bridge Road, meaning within a short walk you can be on London’s exciting South Bank. This dynamic area is at the heart of London’s cultural scene, full of street entertainers, restaurants and world-class tourist attractions. In addition to being a great place to view some of London’s most iconic landmarks, the South Bank is the perfect spot to walk along the Thames and to soak in London’s cosmopolitan atmosphere.

Features

This modern student residence is built to a high specification, offers a range of single rooms which are part of mini-apartments and single studios which offer cooking facilities within the bedroom, ideal for students wishing to live independently.

All rooms benefit from private en-suite bathrooms, good sized beds, a study area and plenty of storage space for clothes. The studio rooms have private cooking facilities while the single en-suite rooms come as part of a mini apartment and offer access to a communal kitchen and living room. There is Wi-Fi in every room and throughout the building.

There is a private study area, a common room and a roof terrace with views of the Southbank and The London Eye.

What's Included

  • Basic Contents Insurance
  • Bills Included
  • CCTV
  • Cleaning Service
  • Common Room
  • Cooking Facilities
  • Cycle Storage
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Maintenance Team
  • On-site Security
  • Secure Door Entry
  • Vending Machines
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Wi-Fi

Room Pricing & Availability

The Lambeth North Wellington Court residence has a selection of en suite rooms available.

More details below:

Wellington Lodge – Classic En-Suite
Wellington Lodge – Classic En-Suite

This is a single en-suite room measuring around 12m². The room has a comfortable ¾ double bed, a desk area and private bathroom, as well as a wardrobe and under-bed storage. There is free Wi-Fi in each bedroom and throughout the building. You will also have access to the communal living and kitchen areas which you will share with up to 5 flatmates.

Available: 04 Jul 2018 - 08 Sep 2018

Price From: £299 per week
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  • Bills Included

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Storage Space

  • Shared Kitchen

  • Private Bathroom

  • 3-5 Flatmates

  • 3/4 Bed

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I select my room?

You can select the type of room you stay in.

However, you cannot request specific details such as what floor the room is on or who your flatmates are, as the rooms are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

If you do have a special request, please let us know and we will do our best to help you.

Can I view this residence prior to booking?

If you are staying for 12 weeks or longer, we will be happy to request an appointment with the residence team for you to view the residence.

Unfortunately, we are not able to provide viewings for stays under 12 weeks.

Can I smoke in the residence?

Smoking is not permitted in any indoor area in the UK. Please use the designated smoking areas found outside the residence.

Are pets allowed?

Unfortunately, no pets are permitted in any of our residences.

Where can I wash my clothes?

This residence offers dedicated laundry facilities where you can wash and dry your clothes.  

Are bills included in the price? 

Yes, all utility bills are included in the price of the room, including gas, electric and Wi-Fi internet. 

Does this residence have internet? 

Yes, there is wireless internet in every bedroom and throughout the building

What’s the difference between Studio rooms and the Single En-Suite room types?

Both rooms have private en-suite bathrooms. The difference is that studios have cooking facilities within the room, while the single en suite rooms have access to a shared kitchen. 

Is there a curfew?

No, there is no curfew. You will be living independently, you will have your own key and can come and go as you please. 

Is there always a member of staff available?

Yes, the reception staff usually work during office hours Monday to Friday. However, when the reception is closed, there will always be a member of the customer service or security team on hand, either to assist you in person or for you to contact by telephone. 

Can I stay in this residence if I am under 18?

Unfortunately, this residence is only available to students aged 18 or over.

On occasion, subject to management approval, an exception can be made for students who turn 18 during their stay.

How often are the communal areas cleaned?

There is free fortnightly cleaning for communal kitchens and living areas.

Is there cycle storage?

Yes, there are designated areas to safely store your bike.

Are there common rooms to socialise?

Yes! Study, socialise and share experiences in your common space.

Is there kitchen storage?

You will have your own cupboard, fridge and freezer space to stash your essentials.

Is there a fully-fitted kitchen?

Yes, fridges, freezers, ovens/microwaves and vacuum cleaners are all provided for your kitchen.

Is the room furnished?

Yes, enjoy a comfy bed, handy desk, useful chair and more in your new room.

What is included in the bathroom?

Bathrooms come with showers, basins, mirrors, toilets, towel rails and more.

Which London train stations are located near this residence?

Waterloo Underground and Train Station – 10-minute walk
Lambeth North Underground Station – 7-minute walk
Elephant and Castle Underground and Train Station – 7-minute walk
Southwark Underground Station – 9-minute walk
Borough Underground Station – 14-minute walk

Which London language schools are located near this residence?

EF International Language Campuses – 11-minute walk
London Waterloo Academy – 12-minute walk
LSE Language Centre – 26-minute walk
Regent Language School– 23-minute walk

Which London universities are located near this residence?

Kings College London (Waterloo Campus) – 11-minute walk
Southbank University – 4-minute walk
University of the Arts (London College of Communication) – 13-minute walk
London School of Economics – 28-minute walk

Which London tourist attractions are located near this residence?

BFI Imax – 10-minute walk
London Eye – 17-minute walk
Southbank Centre – 16-minute walk
Tate Modern – 18-minute walk
OXO Tower – 17-minute walk

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