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Student accommodation in Lancaster

Student accommodation in Lancaster

Lancaster is a city in Lancashire, England, situated on the banks of the River Lune, which passes right through it. Lancaster’s population is about 50,000 people and is often referred to as a “small city with a big story.” The city's rich history along with its wide range of student housing options makes it a popular student destination. Lancaster is considered one of England’s heritage cities. It has a vibrant history that you can explore during your time studying there by visiting Lancaster CastleLancaster City Museum, and Quayside Maritime Museum. It is famous for its stunning Georgian architecture overlooking the river. The city is known for its vibrant art scene too, as it has many organizations involved in arts and culture, such as Lancaster Arts at Lancaster University, Nuffield Theatre, Peter Scott Gallery, the Lancaster International Concerts series, and the Lancaster Jazz and Music Festivals. Living in Lancaster, UK, means you have to be prepared for its weather because the city experiences cool summers and very cold winters.  

The city houses Lancaster University, one of the top research universities in the UK. It has four faculties: Faculty of Arts and Social SciencesFaculty of Health and MedicineFaculty of Science and Technology, and Faculty of Management

Places to eat in Lancaster are plenty, and you can explore the various restaurants in the city anytime. Lancaster’s nightlife is also very famous thanks to its various entertainment venues. On the other hand, if you enjoy the beautiful outdoors and green scenery, visiting Williamson Park is one of the most popular student activities in Lancaster. It’s perfect for a peaceful afternoon, and you could also check out Ashton Memorial located within the park, an architecturally stunning 50-metre-high building which was built in the 1900s by Lord Ashton in memory of his second wife. You could also try shopping in Lancaster; it’s filled with quirky boutique and local shops worth exploring.

 The West Coast Main Line passes through Lancaster railway station. There are trains connecting Lancaster to LondonGlasgowEdinburghManchesterLeeds, and Barrow-in-FurnessStagecoach, which is the primary bus operator in Lancaster, operates more than thirty buses from Lancaster Bus Station to Lancaster and Morecambe, as well as frequent buses in Lancashire and Greater Manchester. Cycling routes have recently been improved, so cycling across the city is easy and student-friendly. Manchester Airport and Liverpool Airport are the nearest airports to Lancaster.

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Caton Court

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Foundry Studios

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St Leonard's House

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