CORK IS A BUSY city for students, with University College Cork, Cork Institute of Technology and the Cork University Dental School and Hospital just some of the institutions located in and around the centre.
With over 30,000 students vying for space, finding accommodation that’s super-comfortable, close to college life and offers the chance to meet new people can be a tricky ask. Enter Nido Curraheen Point, a brand new student living space.
Located just a 20-minute walk from the three colleges mentioned above, Curraheen Point is a perfectly positioned student hub.
From studio apartments with a private bathroom, kitchenette, bed and desk, to private en suite rooms in shared apartments, there’s a setup to suit every student’s needs. All bedrooms, living spaces and kitchens come fully kitted out with stylish furniture and appliances, meaning students can settle in the moment they unpack.
Pricing, which starts at €235 per week, includes a host of essentials: all bills, access to a laundry room, bike room and much more. High-speed 200Mbps Wi-Fi is included too, making life easier for students as they enter into a college year that’s likely to feature virtual lectures and tutorials.
Students at Curraheen Point can also make use of a selection of social and study spaces, plus a packed-out calendar of events and perks, from yoga classes, to welcome parties, to pop-up plant shopping stalls.
Access to the city centre is simple too, either on foot or via the regular bus route stopping just a couple of minutes away. With Curraheen Point’s many facilities, combined with the culture and entertainment of Cork city, students will have everything they need at their fingertips.
Accommodation at Nido Curraheen Point starts at €235 per week for a shared apartment, or €310 a week for a studio. Rental enquires to Nido’s sales team via Daft.ie.