Newarke Point student residence in Leicester is an on-campus property situated at De Montfort University. It is just 22 minutes walk to Leicester University. Leicester's city centre has a variety of cafes, restaurants, shops, supermarkets, cinemas, and libraries, as well as a leisure centre. It's very close to the property for you to explore whenever you want with your new friends.
Living in this student housing in Leicester you will be just an 8-minute walk from De Montfort University and a 22-minute bus ride from the University of Leicester. Leicester International Pathway College (LIPC) will be just a 3-minute stroll away. The picturesque Victoria Park will be 30 minutes away via an easy bus ride. Leicester railway station will be 17 minutes walk away; it's the closest one to the building.
iQ Grosvenor House student home in Leicester is a 1-minute stroll to De Montfort University and a 24-minute walk to the University of Leicester. Leicester railway station is the closest one to the building and is 13 minutes away on foot. Art enthusiasts will be delighted to live here with many galleries in the neighbourhood to check out and get inspired. The popular Nelson Mandela Park is 11 minutes walk away. Leicester International Pathway College (LIPC) is just a 6-minute stroll away.
Austin St James student residence in Leicester is located in a quiet residential area, a 15-minute stroll to the University of Leicester and 24 minutes to De Montfort University. The buzzing city centre is 32 minutes walk away or you can head to the New Walk Museum and Art Gallery in a 13-minute walk to explore the Ancient Egyptian collection there.
De Montfort Mews student housing in Leicester is a 5-minute walk from Leicester University and a 15-minute stroll from De Montfort University. A quick 3-minute stroll will take you to Leicester railway station. A Tesco Express is nearby for any essentials or last-minute needs. There's a range of restaurants to explore, and we recommend those by the stunning River Soar.
De Montfort Row student housing in Leicester is just a 5-minute stroll from the University of Leicester and a 10-minute walk from De Montfort University. The building is a 3-minute stroll from Leicester train station for your convenience. The picturesque River Soar is within walking distance as well. New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Nelson Mandela Park, Welford Road Stadium are all within walking distance to explore and enjoy a good time with your new friends.
It is just a 1-minute stroll to De Montfort University Hugh Aston Building and a 21-minute walk to the University of Leicester. Leicester International Pathway College (LIPC) is a 14-minute walk away as well and Leicester railway station is just 13 minutes walk away. This student residence is just 10 minutes away from Bede Park and the Castle Park is also minutes away.
Leicester is based in the East Midlands at the edge of the National Forest. It is one of the oldest cities in England with architecture dating back to the Roman and Medieval times. Leicester is well-connected with great rail and road links with the rest of the UK with London just over an hour away by rail. Birmingham airport is also just over an hour away. It also has extensive public transport links within the city.
It is an excellent place to be a student with a great café culture, a variety of restaurants and exciting nightlife from international theatre to comedy, live music and nightclubs. Leicester hosts many festivals and events throughout the year celebrating a range of cultures, comedy and music. Leicester has many parks and green spaces including lakes and wildlife areas. The city has more than 130 parks; each one of them has their own unique character with historical ruins, waterways, sports fields, flower gardens and wildlife areas.
The city itself has a rich history with great places to visit such as the Guildhall (timber-framed halls dating back 600 years), Jewry Wall (Roman Ruins), Abbey Pumping Station (museum of science and technology), New Walk Museum and Art Gallery (wide variety of collections from ancient Egypt, Dinosaurs, World Art all under one roof) and King Richard III visitor centre. Take a trip into space at the National Space Centre. These are just some of the places of interest to visit.
Leicester has great shopping ranging from various boutiques, markets to high street brands. The Haymarket shopping centre has a variety of fashion stores all under one roof. The Lanes, St Martins Square and Arcades have exciting emporiums, niche stores and boutiques. It also houses Michelin rated restaurants and traditional and quaint tearooms. The Leicester Market has over 700 years of history and the place to buy fresh seafood, vegetables and meats.