The best private student accommodation in Leeds opened its doors in September 2022 on Grace Street, right in the centre of the city. Our Leeds all-inclusive luxury student accommodation comprises of a selection of stunning studios and elegant en-suite apartments, as well as cinema lounge, relaxing spa facilities, gym, yoga studio, and entertainment outlets including two bowling lanes. With all this to offer and more, we believe Study Inn’s Brotherton House is the perfect place for you to call home.
From £225 per week.
Grace St, Leeds LS1 2FN
University of Leeds – 11min
Leeds Beckett University – 10min
Leeds is West Yorkshire’s largest city, and has one of the UK’s largest student populations. Home to five different universities, this city has become fantastically vibrant and diverse, and could be the perfect place for you.
Whether you want to kit out your new student pad, update your wardrobe, or do your grocery shopping, Leeds city centre has it all. Leeds is host to big name brands, major retail stores and a range of independent boutiques and family-run businesses.
Leeds has an impressive number of shopping centres, all with a unique combination of shopping experiences including: The Springs, Trinity Leeds, Victoria Gate and The Merrion Centre. Vintage or independent shoppers who prefer a relaxed atmosphere will love Queens Arcade, Grand Arcade and Central Arcade.
Then there’s the iconic Kirkgate Market. One of the largest indoor markets in Europe, it’s a shopper’s paradise in the heart of Leeds. Kirkgate is home to many unexpected and extravagant vendors, locally grown fruit and veg, fresh meat and fish, fashion, flowers, homeware, DIY and even electrical goods!
Leeds is well known across the UK for its vibrant nightlife, and the city is home to some of the most unique venues. Its reputation as a party city even enticed Lonely Planet to rank it fifth on their list of top places to visit in Europe in 2017 due to its unrivalled party atmosphere.
Regardless of music taste, there are two venues eponymous with student life: HiFi and Wire. These underground clubs are sister venues known for live gigs and student club nights. There are lots of other great venues in the city as Leeds nightclubs have been at the centre of the party circuit for decades!
If you prefer more of a sophisticated, classy evening then Leeds also has some ideal locations for you from relaxed contemporary cocktail bars to speakeasy style jazz clubs.
Due to its large student population, Leeds has hundreds of restaurants, cafes and eateries that are student budget friendly. In this city there’s no compromising quality for cost, and no matter your dietary requirements, you’ll find a wide range of menu options.
As well as being home to tons of big-name chain restaurants and fast-food outlets, Leeds city centre is also home to lively food court spaces, street food style vans and kiosks, traditional tea rooms, unique bars, pubs, restaurants and no shortage of hidden gems!
Leeds has ample takeaway and delivery services for when you want to stay home, with most central restaurants participating in either JustEat, UberEats or Deliveroo offers. Your taste buds can travel the globe, all from the comfort of your luxury accommodation.
Leeds has extensive choices when it comes to leisure activities. Bond with your new friends and flatmates by entering one of various pub quiz nights, visit board game cafes, bowling alleys, cinemas, crazy golf courses or experience an escape room – many offer student discounts or memberships too!
Get to know your new city with a guided walking tour across Leeds city centre, from historical, cultural and factual tours to supervised pub crawls or food tours, where guests sample many different types of ale or dishes, trying their signature dishes and unleashing newly discovered flavour palettes.
Want to get away from the busy city and stresses of modern life? Visit the city’s beautifully historic landmarks or outdoor spaces. Kirkstall Abbey, Harewood House and Bramham Park all have gorgeous grounds. And both Golden Acre Park and Horsforth Hall Park provide perfect backdrops for a picnic.
Like most student cities, Leeds has a schedule full of unmissable events. From local and religious celebrations, to traditional markets, food festivals and charity fundraisers organised in partnership with the local councils – there’s always something going on.
Major theatres and city centre venues in the city are the only places that put on a good show. There are a number of local venues that celebrate up and coming comedians, performers and musicians with many student-oriented shows and events.
Every winter, fantastic celebrations are held for Diwali, Bonfire Night and of course Christmas, with each event bringing together hundreds of locals to watch beautiful displays of lights and colour. All three celebrate the festivities with hot food and drink from independent stalls and vendors. Enjoy the glistening gold decorations, fantastic firework displays and charming Christmas lights switch on.
Leeds Festival is one of the most popular events in this city’s social calendar. Held every summer in Bramham Park, it attracts thousands of fans from across the globe. This festival has an incredible reputation amongst students as a great way to celebrate the end of term. Will you join them next year?
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