Lemyngton Street student residence in Loughborough is 28 minutes walk to Loughborough University. Lemyngton Street student home boasts a great location with many transport links nearby, including Loughborough railway station just 12 minutes away on foot. You'll be taking advantage of living in a central location in the city. There's a cinema complex called Cineworld a few minutes away for a night at the movies every now and then with your new friends. The beautiful Queen's Park is within walking distance too, where you can enjoy a peaceful morning or afternoon. There are a Sainsbury and a Tesco superstore close by for any essentials or last-minute needs.
It is just a 17-minute walk away from Loughborough University. There are various transport links nearby, as well as a supermarket, a post office, cafés, and restaurants. Loughborough railway station is about 20 minutes walk away from this comfy accommodation for easy connections wherever you want to go. The breath-taking Queen's Park is a 4-minute stroll away from the building.
It is perfectly situated just a 15-minute bus ride away from Loughborough University. Waterways student home overlooks the canal and offers a nice choice of shared flats. Its central location gives you access to an array of cafes, restaurants, and shops, as well as a multiplex cinema and numerous events taking place in Loughborough town centre including music, dance, and comedy.
It is a 29-minute walk to Loughborough University and about 15 minutes walk to Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Parks. The student home has a great location featuring many transport options nearby, with Loughborough station being the nearest one. Holywell Fitness Centre is 21 minutes away on foot and 16 minutes away via an easy bus ride. It's perfect for a morning workout before heading to class.
It is a busy market town in England’s Leicestershire, located in the Charnwood Forest. It’s about a 20-minute train ride from Loughborough to Leicester and 30 minutes to Nottingham. Loughborough, UK, is the second largest town in Leicestershire with a population of approximately 57,000. You can explore the city’s unique markets for amazing days out in Leicestershire. Market traditions in Loughborough date back to the 13th century, offering high-street brands as well as independent shops and boutiques. Many places offer student discounts that you can benefit from. It has two major shopping centres, the Carillon Court and the Rushes shopping centre. Loughborough's weather is usually warm; however, it’s important to be well-prepared for rain as the city experiences rainfall normally throughout the year.
The esteemed Loughborough University has been continually attracting students from all over the world, making the vibrant community a major plus for you. Studying there will be an unforgettable experience. It has been named by the Times and the Sunday Times as the University of the Year 2019. The famous institute is known globally for its sports amenities, housing the world’s biggest university-based sports technology centre.
Loughborough, England, has many beautiful historical buildings. Loughborough main student attractions include the Town Hall, which was originally built as a corn exchange back in 1855. The John Taylor Bell foundry museum provides a unique experience as well and has records of bell founding from the earliest times. The Old Rectory Museum is a small museum and parts of it date back to the early 13th century. If you are looking for a bit of greenery the Queens Park in the heart of town is spectacular. Heading there is one of the best things to do in Loughborough. The town also has the largest bell foundry, who designed the bells at the Carillon War Memorial, which is within the park. There are many great places to eat in Loughborough. Moomba, an Australian restaurant in Loughborough, offers a fusion of multi-cultural cuisines. Basin is an Asian fusion restaurant in Loughborough serving Chinese, Thai, and Japanese food. Cactus café is one of the better Mexican restaurants in Loughborough, Leicestershire. These are just a few of the must-visit Loughborough restaurants.
The city is well-connected with rail and road links with the rest of the UK. It’s about two and a half hours train ride from Loughborough to London, so a weekend there with friends is really intriguing! The Loughborough train station is about a 10-minute car ride from the university.