Student accommodation in
Liverpool

  • 2 properties & 9 room types available
  • Over 70,000 students
  • Famous universities
  • Great bars and clubs
  • Visitor Attractions
  • Friendly City
  • Music Scene

Welcome to Liverpool! If you’ve chosen this to be your place of study, allow us to tell you a little more about the city that’ll be your home for the next few years. You’ve happened upon a city filled with creative types, music lovers, culture addicts, and some of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet. Liverpool has much to offer, and with such an eclectic and diverse mix of people, it’s a city where you can be yourself.

Located in the metropolitan borough of Merseyside, Liverpool currently ranks as the ninth-largest English district by population. With nearly 500,000 people living here, you’ll have no trouble meeting people and making new friends. As a city, Liverpool is rich in cultural buildings, from the Royal Albert Dock to St George’s Hall – the world’s first air-conditioned building. And, of course, Liverpool is known for two things in particular – Liverpool FC and music.

Recognised by Guinness World Records as the World Capital City of Pop, Liverpool has seen the rise of many popular acts from The Beatles and Elvis Costello to The Zutons and Rebecca Ferguson. One other little fact about this incredible city is that it happens to be twinned with multiple cities around the world, including Alabama and Birmingham. It also has friendship links with Memphis and New Orleans.

More information about this great city can be found on the Visit Liverpool website.

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  • Flexible Start Dates

    If our Start Dates do not suit your needs, talk to our team today. Flexible options and January Starts available in certain locations

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Things to Do in Liverpool

While studying, you need to let your hair down every once in a while, and you certainly won’t be disappointed when staying in our accommodation. Liverpool has plenty of things to keep students busy with places to visit and activities to engage in. Take the Baltic Triangle as a perfect example – here you’ll find iconic music events, the Baltic Market, Ghetto Golf, and a variety of bars including the recently opened Peaky Blinders bar.

If you’re looking to dress to impress your fellow students with original, funky pieces, then Bold St is the place to go to grab yourself some vintage clothing. And, of course, new clothing must be proudly worn out, so why not discover the hidden gem that is Lark Lane? This is a quieter option that boasts venues serving unique food and drink options. There’s a dog-friendly café too, making this a great choice for students to come during the day.

For a day of culture, Liverpool Docks is an absolute must. It’s an excellent place to walk off a hangover and grab some fresh air. And there are plenty of nearby galleries and museums to explore, such as Tate Modern, The Beatles Story museum, and The Museum of Liverpool. For days spent shopping, there’s Liverpool One – a huge shopping complex that boasts all the high street stores you could think of. And there’s a cinema too if you fancy taking in a movie.

One other mention is the Cavern Club. For more than 50 years, many iconic musicians have performed here, from the Arctic Monkeys to the Beatles. If you’re looking to check out the freshest, upcoming acts from all sorts of genres, you simply must visit what has become a cornerstone of Liverpool’s music scene. Grab yourself a drink, a few friends, and discover something new.

Liverpool