Situated a stone’s throw from Willesden Junction station, The Collective offers living spaces that are designed on each floor to bring people together. The Collective offers a range of En-Suite rooms and Studios. The En-Suite rooms offer a comfortable space with a private bathroom. Additionally, there is a small kitchen shared between two people. The Studios boast a private bathroom and a private kitchen.This residence is designed with the main purpose of people living together. Therefore, there are numerous communal areas throughout the building. Each floor has a stylishly designed communal kitchen for when students would like to interact with other residents.
Ranging from quiet places to work, themed dining rooms and a roof garden for socialising, there are many choices when it comes to relaxing. You’ll also get access to useful and convenient facilities such as a gym, spa and restaurant. And all of this in your own home. With regular social events such as inspirational talks, networking and film nights through to spontaneous BBQ’s, there’s always something to get involved in.
The Collective is located in Willesden, which is well connected to the rest of London. Within 30 minutes, students can be in Central London and exploring Oxford Circus. Or, within 15 minutes, students can be shopping up a storm at Westfield in Shepherd’s Bush.
The Collective Old Oak is a great option for students that would like to balance socialising and studying. The study areas throughout the building are comfortable and Wi-Fi is accessible throughout the building.
|Minimum Stay:||1 Week|
|location:||Willesden Junction (Zone 2)|
|Travel Time:||30-40 minutes|
|Room:||En-Suite Room |
|Bathroom:||Modern, en-suite bathroom facilities in every room including a shower, sink and WC.|
|Laundry & Cleaning:||Rooms are cleaned weekly; bed linen and towels are provided and changed weekly. There are laundry facilities on the premises that can be used at extra cost.|
|Meal Plans:||Self-Catering |
Restaurant available onsite
|Deposit:||Pre-Authorisation of £250 per person is made to Rose of York by credit or debit card prior to arrival. Payment will not be taken provided that the student leaves the accommodation in a satisfactory condition.|