Scroll Down
Bills Included GymWellness Spa
Bills Included GymWellness Spa
Bills Included GymWellness Spa
Social EventsStudy RoomsSuperfast wi-fiPool Tables
Social EventsStudy RoomsSuperfast wi-fiPool Tables
Social EventsStudy RoomsSuperfast wi-fiPool Tables
Housekeeping ServiceBills Included GymWellness Spa
Housekeeping ServiceBills Included GymWellness Spa
Housekeeping ServiceBills Included GymWellness Spa

You are spoilt for choice in Nottingham with our two luxurious private student accommodations, Talbot Street and Triumph House.

Talbot Street

Study Inn Nottingham is conveniently located on the doorstep of Nottingham Trent University and within a short distance from the University of Nottingham. Our Nottingham all-inclusive luxury student accommodation comprises of a selection of stunning studios and elegant en-suite apartments, as well as study areas, relaxing spa facilities, entertainment outlets, and a gym. With all this to offer and more, we believe Study Inn’s Talbot Street is the perfect place for you to call home.

Lambert House, 80 Talbot St, Nottingham, NG1 5EN


Nottingham Trent University – 2min

Triumph House

The best private student accommodation in Nottingham opened its doors in September 2022 on Triumph Road, within the University of Nottingham’s Jubilee Campus. Our Nottingham all-inclusive luxury student accommodation comprises of a selection of stunning studios and elegant en-suite apartments, as well as study areas, relaxing spa facilities, entertainment outlets, and a gym. With all this to offer and more, we believe Study Inn’s Triumph House is the perfect place for you to call home.

3 Triumph Rd, Lenton, Nottingham, NG7 2GA

Triumph House Nottingham

University of Nottingham – 2min

  • Universities

Nottingham is home to two first-class universities each with their own unique qualities. Both are well-respected and highly-regarded for their international approach to education and academic accomplishments.

  • The University of Nottingham has two branch campuses in China and Malaysia and is widely recognised. Awarded 6th in the QS World University Rankings for Pharmacy and Pharmacology and 22nd in the world for education and training in 2018. The campus in Nottingham has also won several awards for its picturesque landscape and architecture with its vast greenery and a beautiful lake. Repeatedly winning the Greenest Campus in the Country title and ranking highly among nationwide league tables and student satisfaction surveys.
  • Nottingham Trent University has one of the best employability rates in England and Wales, with close business ties and relationships with large corporations such as Microsoft, Rolls Royce, and Toyota. The university has also won numerous awards including The Guardian’s University of the Year in 2019 and placing 12th in their ranking of British universities and campuses in 2020.

Our Talbot Street and Triumph House student apartments are only a short walk away from Nottingham city centre, and their shopping connections are incredible. From supermarkets and newsagents to glamorous global designer brands, anything can be found in the shops along the high street.

The Old Market Square combines history and high street in the most beautiful way, with astonishing architecture, bursting with bargains. A short distance away is the Intu Victoria Centre, a shopping mall which contains around 120 different stores including big name fashion brands and retailers, cafés, and restaurants as well as a health and fitness centre.

Alternatively, traditional markets are thriving in Nottingham and shoppers can enjoy an intimate market experience. Victoria Market is inside the Intu shopping centre, where its vendors sell a range of products including fresh fruit and vegetables, locally raised meat, and fish, as well as homeware and haberdashery items.

Sneinton Market is an alternative market with a local feel and strong community values. Vendors typically sell vegan, ethical, organic and artisan products created by independent businesses.


Nottingham is an extremely popular destination because of its incredible nightlife, from vivacious, vibrant nightclubs clubs to classy cocktail lounges and local, village style pubs, it caters to all. The pubs and clubs in and around Nottingham city centre offer a diverse range of experiences, with music and drinks tailored to their typical clientele.

If you’re looking for a quiet night out, why not visit one of the nationally recognised comedy clubs, such as the Nottingham Playhouse? Guarantee yourself a good time and enjoy an introduction to some of the newest up and coming comedians!

Budding musicians and music lovers often find themselves at Rock City for the evening, where local independent artists are welcomed to the stage to showcase their talents in music or poetry. Alternatively, visit the Theatre Royal for critically acclaimed stage plays and international artists.

University societies regularly arrange nights out too, held in the Student Union or in popular nightclub venues, with themes such as yoga parties, cops and robbers or superhero nights.

Both our student accommodations, Talbot Street and Triumph House, are in central Nottingham. This location makes eating out a dream, with cheap eats such as local community style cafés, independent restaurants, and takeaways within walking distance – you’ll never go hungry!

Nottingham city centre has an extremely wide variety of cuisines available within a small radius. Traditional Tapas bars and community cafés line the streets, permeated between well-established restaurant chains such as Frankie and Bennys, Pizza Express and YO! Sushi. Lace Market is another place for a bite to eat, with modern bars, bistros and restaurants with distinct décor, atmosphere, cuisine, and service styles.

Food festivals are also a big part of the Nottingham food scene. There are two major food events in the Nottingham calendar, including the Nottingham Food and Drink Festival attracting thousands of visitors each year to its stalls. The annual Sausage and Cider Festival is also popular as guests enjoy live music and the finest sausages and cider the world has to offer.

Nottingham attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year due to its long and fascinating history, leisure activities and retail experiences. From guided tours on Robin Hood, to the oldest pub in England and Nottingham Castle, with its towering fortress of 130 feet high cliffs, designed by William the Conqueror.

Immerse yourself in underground history by visiting the city’s network of man-made caves, darkly dormant underneath the heart of the bustling city. Nottingham is also home to lots of independent galleries that showcase and celebrate local talent in art, sculpture, and design.

Trent Bridge Cricket Ground is infamous in Nottingham and has a deep history within the world of cricket. During game season regular national and international matches are still held at Trent Bridge, and tickets can be purchased at a reasonable price. Private tours of the ground can also be arranged.

Escaping to nature is easy from the city centre due to its award-winning public transport system. Wollaton Park, is home to Wollaton Hall as well as gorgeous wild red deer and fallows. This picturesque, peaceful location transforms a few times a year to host some of Nottingham’s largest events. The Attenborough Nature Reserve is another beautiful spot, popular with hikers and bird watchers.

The city centre is also home to gyms, escape rooms, bowling alleys, cinemas, and indoor crazy golf, which are perfect activities to let off some steam in friendly competition on a school night!


Nottingham Carnival is an annual celebration of all things Nottingham and is popular with residents and visitors alike. It honours Nottingham’s diverse population and cultures, showcases the city’s musical and entertainment talents, and is chock full of rides, funfair style games and food and drink stalls.

Winter Wonderland is another major event in Nottingham, a magically immersive Christmas market and festival that runs from December to January in the city centre. The streets are full of mouth-watering aromas including mulled wines and sizzling German sausages and lined with festive decorations and gift stalls, fairground rides and even an ice rink.

Nottingham is also well known for its extravagant Chinese New Year celebrations, with colourful and vibrant displays and festivities. The city showcases Kung Fu skills, dragon dances, bamboo flute music and traditional dances at various locations during the festivities. With authentic Asian cuisine available to purchase on street stalls alongside handmade traditionally crafted items.

The historical and religious festival Vaisakhi – which celebrates the solar new year – is also widely celebrated in Nottingham with the Sikh tradition of Nagar Kirtans (or Neighbourhood Kirtans) taking place for the last thirty years, with music, dancing, and traditional delicacies. Other religious events you won’t want to miss in Nottingham include Diwali and Eid.



Don’t just take our word for it