Residential accommodation deadline is 8th August 2011
Accommodation at BiCon is all self-catering. Accommodation on-site is available for Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. BiCon ends on the Sunday afternoon.
BiCon is offering two types of room this year – standard and en suite. Both are mostly in flats of six. There are ground floor rooms available in both. All bedrooms contain a single bed with bedding (sheets, blankets or duvet) and two pillows, a wardrobe and desk. A bath towel and a hand towel are provided. All rooms are lockable.
En suite rooms have a shower, sink and toilet for each of the six rooms in the flat. The en suite flats have a larger kitchen than the standard flats and an electric oven instead of a two-plate hob and grill.
Standard rooms have a wash basin in the room. There are two shared shower, sink and toilet rooms per flat (one per three rooms) and one kitchen per flat . The kitchens have a two-plate hob and grill instead of a cooker.
|En-Suite||Six (6)||Large kitchens (ideal for parties)
||Shower room with sink and toilet with each bedroom|
|Standard||Six (6)||Small kitchens
||Two shower rooms per corridor: shower, sink, toilet.
Sink in each bedroom
The kitchens in the en-suite are over twice the size of the kitchens in standard and would therefore be much more suitable for flat-parties.
In addition to hob/ovens all the kitchens have:
- ironing board
- vacuum cleaner
- 3 saucepans
- Can opener
- Fish Slice
- Wooden spoon
- Slotted spoon
- Measuring Jug
- Big & little knife
- 1 dinner plate per person
- 1 side plate per person
- 1 bowl per person
- 1 mug per person
- 1 Glass per person
- 1 set of knife, fork, spoon, teaspoon per person.
Please note: BiCon will be charged for any missing or broken kitchen equipment, so please treat it well and let us know of any breakages.
A note on quieter/party flats
Some people like to party throughout a BiCon whereas others need their sleep to enjoy themselves. We aim to meet everyone's needs by giving people a choice about the general theme of their flat. We don't want to dictate who does what during the day, but a quiet flat should be 'sleep-quiet' after 10/11pm