It is just a 9-minute walk to the University of Huddersfield and a 5-minute walk to the city centre. The location allows you to enjoy the hustle of the town centre to the fullest. The building is close to Huddersfield train station and a small walk away takes you to famous restaurants and food chains like Nando's, KFC, Macdonalds, and Burger King.
Living here you will be perfectly located opposite the picturesque River Colne, just a 9-minute walk to both campuses of the University of Huddersfield and the town's centre. You will be close to various student attractions as well and if you are interested in the history of the place and try visiting Heritage Quay nearby. It is the university archive that includes the most fascinating collection of unique documents about the arts, writing, music, etc.
Living here you will be less than a 5-minute walk to the University of Huddersfield. You will be able to enjoy various stunning views because of how close you will be to the scenic River Colne. You will also be a small ride away from major city attractions like Huddersfield Art Gallery, Lawrence Batley Theatre and market cross. Nearby you will also be able to visit St. Paul Hall the best place to visit to enjoy a music concert.
It is just a 6-minute walk to the University of Huddersfield and a 13-minute bus ride to the city centre. The property is located just across the beautiful River Colna. The building is ideally right next to Manjarres restaurant, an African restaurant that offers a fusion of African dishes and Carribean dishes to enjoy with your friends.
IQ Castings is just an 8-minute walk away from the University of Huddersfield. It is just across the picturesque River Colne with the city centre just a short walking distance away. It is also close to transportation links providing easy access to a lot of restaurants, shopping spots, and entertainment venues. Living here you will be near the Lidl market, a suitable place to buy your daily needs from.
Huddersfieldis a famous university town located by the beautiful River Colne and River Holme. It is the 11th largest town in the UK, just an hour away from Liverpool. It is known for being a market town with independent shops, listed buildings, and famous markets, as well as its cultural and architectural background. You will find various stunning Victorian architecture buildings, such as the Victoria Tower on Castle Hill, the Town Hall, and St Peter's Church.
As a university town, Huddersfield is a famous destination among students. It is the home of famous colleges, including Huddersfield New College at Salendine Nook on the outskirts of Huddersfield and Greenhead College’s only campus west of the town centre. Kirklees College also has a campus on Manchester Road, alongside the River Colne. TheUniversity of Huddersfield’s main campus is located in Queensgate.
Living in Huddersfield, you can study, shop, and enjoy your time. There are three main shopping areas inside the town: The Packhorse Precinct,The Piazza Centre, andKingsgate. The town centre houses various chain stores, retailers, and fast food outlets. Festivals and galleries are plenty. The Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival is held annually in the town, as well as the Huddersfield Festival of Light which takes place in December. There is an annual Literature Festival too, featuring writing workshops, competitions, and poetry nights. There are various free places you can visit in Huddersfield. You can visit Beaumont Park anytime you wish to relax. It is a suitable place for a jog or a tea break from studying. Castle Hill is also a good historical place to visit. It is an ancient monument overlooking the metropolitan Borough of Kirklees. Other budget-friendly outings in Huddersfield include Huddersfield Art Gallery, Tolson Museum, and Greenhead Park.
Huddersfield has local railway services and regional ones; however, it does not provide services to Londonso if you wish to travel to the capital, you might have to change trains in Manchester Piccadilly, Leeds, or Mirfield. Other transportation means in town include the bus, taxi, and bicycle. Huddersfield has three dominant national bus operators that provide services inside Huddersfield and outside it. There is also a free town bus that links key locations to one another.