Ernest Place student residence in Durham is situated in the heart of Gilesgate area, just a 23-minute walk to the College of St Hild and St Bede and a 30-minute bus ride from Durham University. There's no shortage of transport options available surrounding the property, so can get anywhere you need to go easily. The building is located within a vibrant shopping district, so you can explore the nearby shops during your breaks! Foodies will be delighted to live here. Our top restaurants in the area include Durham Chinese, Cooplands, Bells Fish & Chips, and Lucky Dragon. The beautiful River Wear is nearby for amazing riverside walks.
Chapel Heights student residence in Durham is just a 10-minute stroll from College of St Hild and St Bede, with Durham University 19 minutes walk away and Durham University Business School an easy 26-minute bus ride away. Your new home is located a short walk from the picturesque River Wear. You can explore the area anytime you need and head for an unforgettable lunch or dinner at one of the riverside restaurants.
The Teikyo University of Japan in Durham is 25 minutes walk away from the building. It is a 5-minute stroll to Durham train station and Durham bus station, which eases the access to all of the Durham University campuses. There's a wide range of transport options close to the property. Living here means taking advantage of the great location overlooking Wharton Park.
It is just a 25-minute walk to Durham University and Teikyo University of Japan in Durham. There are various transport links available within easy reach from the building, with Durham train station 20 minutes away on foot. There are many amazing restaurants in the area to explore with your new friends. Old Durham Gardens is a short walk from the property.
It is just a 20-minute walk from Durham University, Durham University Business School, and the Teikyo University of Japan in Durham. The building is a 10-minute walk away from the School of Law and Engineering, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geography, and Earth Sciences via Potters Bank Street. The Riverwalk and Prince Bishops Shopping Centre are a short stroll away as well with various unique shopping options for you to enjoy.
It is just an 18-minute walk from the University of Durham and a 22-minute walk from Durham University Business School. The building is just a 6-minute walk from Durham station, which is the closest one you'll find. There are many other excellent transport options available to get you anywhere you'd like to go.
Durham is a fantastic city to live for university students, and even though it is quite small with a population of about 50,000, it is only about 15 minutes to Newcastle and 30 minutes to York, giving students many options for shopping, entertainment, cultural or sporting activities. Durham has a major train station which allows residents easy access to neighbouring cities and it is only about two hours to London.
The city is extremely safe, clean and historic and has Durham University which is known as an alternative to Oxbridge, and has one of the oldest and most historic campuses in the world, with some buildings dating over 1000 years including Norman Cathedral and the 11th Century Castle both designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Durham is by far one of the most unique and highly-sought after places to live for both UK and international students to live and to study.