University of Exeter
Falmouth University College

Tuke House

Tuke House is based right at the heart of Falmouth town and is a purpose built residence of 11 three storey buildings set around a central courtyard.

The accommodation comprises of 156 rooms divided into flats of five en-suite bedrooms with a single bed and shared kitchen area. Tuke House is primarily allocated to Falmouth University students.

Tuke House offers an ideal location for those who wish to be close to the amenities that Falmouth town has to offer. The site is situated close to bus stops with regular buses to the Penryn Campus and Truro; Falmouth town train station is also a short walk away.

The residence is managed by Sanctuary Students. Their on-site management team are responsible for the maintenance, cleaning and health and safety compliance.

There is one room type at Tuke House;

Accessible or adapted rooms

There are a number of rooms that can be adapted for students with additional requirements.  They include the same facilities but may have, for example, grab rails or vibrating pillow alarm. If you have specific requirements for your accommodation please make contact with us as soon as possible so we can discuss your requirements further. Depending on demand, you may be allocated an accessible room without specifically requiring one.

Additional facilities for residents at Tuke House include:
Site office - open Monday-Friday, 1pm - 5pm
Bicycle storage
Out of hours support
Laundry facilities

What’s included in the rent?

The heating, lighting and energy bills and internet are included. Personal effects insurance is also provided in the cost of the rent.

The insurance cover is a basic policy and you may wish to extend this cover to ensure all your belongings are covered e.g. laptop, musical instruments, photographic equipment etc. For further information regarding insurance cover please click here.

Map and photos of the accommodation;

Photos of the accommodation

06 November 2020

 

A significant milestone has been reached in a major development refurbishing and upgrading academic and social spaces at the Penryn campus of Falmouth University and the University of Exeter.