Northfield Exeter student home is adjacent to the University of Exeter's Streatham Campus and 5 minutes walk to Exeter College. It is surrounded by many coffeehouses, restaurants, bookshops, fashion boutiques, and shops. The centre of art, Exeter Phoenix, is nearby, offering live music, exhibitions, high-quality theatre, and dance events throughout the year to enjoy whenever you want.
It is just a 17-minute walk from the University of Exeter and a 20-minute stroll to Exeter College. It is close to various city attractions that you can visit on your days off. The Royal Albert Museum, Guildhall Shopping Centre and Exeter Cathedral are all a short distance away and the Bill Douglas cinema museum is a small ride away from Exeter Cathedral.
Collegiate West Gate Exeter student home is 27 minutes walk to the University of Exeter. It is a short walk from Exeter's Princesshay shopping centre and a wide range of bars and restaurants. In mere minutes, you can reach the River Exe to take a relaxing walk there. Exter St. Thomas train station is minutes away from the property for easy connections anywhere you want to go.
The Neighbourhood Exeter is a 20-minute bus ride away from the University of Exeter and a 9-minute ride to Exeter College. It is also close to various city attractions like Exeter Cathedral and the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. Living here you will be right next to the city centre with a Guildhall shopping centre within a small walking distance from you.
Living here you will be just a 10-minute walk from Exeter College and a 15-min stroll from the University of Exeter. You will always be welcomed whether you are a fresh student, an international student or a post-graduate student. Exter Central station will be right next to you and a quick walk will take you directly to Royal Albert Memorial Museum. You can also visit Exter cathedral easily and a couple of minutes away, you will be able to access Guildhall Shopping Center.
Living in Exeter one, you will be just a 20-minute walk from the University of Exeter and INTO Exeter. You will live directly opposite River Exe. The city centre will be just a 10-minute bus ride away with various transportation options available around. Here you will be close to Reed Hall, Bill Douglas Museum and Northcott Theatre.
Living here you will be a 15-minute walk away from Exeter College and 23-minute bus ride from the University of Exeter. You will live right across River Exe in a vibrant neighbourhood with various local shops and restaurants within a short walking distance. You will also be close to the Royal Albert Museum, Exter Cathedral and various other attractions as well.
Living in Atlas House you will be just a 10-minute ride away from the University of Exeter. You will live right across the road from St Luke’s campus and a stone's throw away from the main Exeter campus. You will be close to various central locations as well, where you can find various cafes, markets, etc. Guildhall Shopping Centre will be a small ride away from you.
Living here you will be just a 19-minute walk from the University of Exeter Lafrowda and an 18-minute stroll from Exeter College. You will have a bus station right across the street. Guildhall Shopping Centre will be just a 10-minute walk away and a short walk through Paris Street and High Street will take you to an array of local cafes, shops, restaurants, shopping stores, supermarkets, bookshops, fashion boutiques.
Queen Street Studios Exeter student home is just a 16-minute bus ride to the University of Exeter Main Campus, and a 4-minute walk to Exeter College. It is just a couple of minutes walk to Exeter Central station and a close distance from the city centre. Here you will be next to various city attractions. A quick walk will take you directly to the Royal Albert Memorial Museum.
Living in this student accommodation you will be near Exter St.David station. You will also be a small ride away from the Royal Albert Museum. Less than 2 minutes away, you will find Exeter College and a small ride will take you directly to famous city attractions like Exter Cathedral and the Guildhall shopping centre. You can also visit Vue Cinema nearby anytime you want a good outing with friends.
Living here you will be a 7-minute walk away from the University of Exeter. You will also be 20 minutes away from Exeter Central Train station. A 15-minute walk will take you directly to a variety of cafes, restaurants and shops and you will also be a short drive away from Exeter Airport. A small ride from the building will take you to the Bill Douglas Cinema Museum housing one of the largest public collections of books, prints and artefacts.
Exeter is located on the beautiful River Exe in southwest England. It is only a 3-hour train trip from London. It is a city with a rich historical background that dates back to Roman times. The city walls surround the centre of the city and the popular Exeter Cathedral.
Exeter has a very strong educational background. The University of Exeter is regularly ranking in the top 10 universities in the UK, with a total student enrollment of over 22 thousand students, which shows how popular Exeter is as a student destination. The University of Law,Exeter College, Exeter College of Art and Design, and INTO University of Exeter are other examples of educational institutions you can find in the city that are extremely popular among students as well.
There are a lot of things you can do in Exeter. You can walk or cycle along the Riverside Valley Park,walk around the city centre, check out the old Exeter library, or visit some very interesting free places.The Bill Douglas Cinema Museumis one of the places you must visit in Exeter, a free visual art museum that includes a collection of toys, images, and artefacts from the 17th century to the present day. The museum is located inside the old library of the University of Exeter. TheRoyal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Galleryis another interesting place that you should never miss. It includes more than 16 galleries with displayed artefacts that take you all the way from the pre-historical age to the present. Finally, you must visitExeter Cathedral, which is more than 900 years old; it is known for its two Norman towers and the gothic decorations inside. The city also has a range of exciting festivals, such as the Let’s Rock Festival. It started back in 2009, with an aim to bring back the best music and performances from the 80s. It's perfect for rock lovers. If you enjoy camping, you can go early and camp on-site for a totally new experience.
Transportation links are easy to find in Exeter. For buses, COASThas a lot of bus routes that run through Exeter viaroute 7 on demand; however, you must contact them first to reserve. Taxis are also available with two main companies: Academy Taxi and Caren's Caravan. Finally, if you are a fan of walking you can find various routes on the city council website.