Student Accommodation in Penryn

Penryn, near Falmouth is one of Cornwall’s oldest market towns and is also home to Penryn campus which hosts both Falmouth and Exeter Universities. Penryn and Falmouth are bustling towns which offer you a vibrant and exciting lifestyle with a Cornish cultural twist. The towns play host to frequent festivals in theatre, music, film, food and drink to name a few and offer beautiful sandy beaches on your doorstep.

At CRM Students, we are offering a wide range of student accommodation in Penryn suitable for all budgets. Whether it’s a flat to share with a group of friends or a studio for extra privacy, we’ve got a room for you. The Sidings is less than a minute walk from the train station and bus stop both running regular services to various towns and both Penryn and Falmouth campuses. Here you will find a comfortable environment with a friendly community, which is an ideal place for you to study and socialise by the sea.

Top 5 things to do in Penryn

  1. Make a splash at Kernow Wake Park
  2. Pop in at the Thirsty Scholar for a pint
  3. Stop off at one of the various beaches – Swanpool Beach; Maenporth Beach or Gyllyngvase Beach
  4. St Mawes or Pendennis Castle – Perfectly preserved coastal fortress built by Henry VIII
  5. Kennall Vale is a near by woodland in Falmouth with charming remnants of the industrial past as a gunpowder factory – take a nice long spring/summer walk!

Universities in Penryn

Falmouth University

Address: Penryn Campus, Treliever Road, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE

Telephone: +44 (0)1326 370400

Students: 4,655

Complete University Guide League Table: 90th

Campuses: Falmouth and Penryn

Fact: Falmouth University is a multi-arts university based in Falmouth and Penryn Cornwall, England

Exeter University - Cornwall Campus

Address: Cornwall Campus, Treliever Road, Penryn TR10 9EZ

Telephone: +44 (0)1326 371800

Students:  21,670

Complete University Guide League Table: 12th

Campuses: Cornwall

Fact: The University of Exeter was named the 2013’s university of the year by the Sunday Times