Hull

Student Accommodation Hull

Live conveniently close to University of Hull while still having great access to the water that gives Hull its unique charm. Join a lively, thriving student community in this student-friendly Yorkshire port town. Our student accommodation is typically within walking distance to the university campus and offers a mix of en suite rooms and shared flats at great value.

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Cranbrook Court

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Enjoy the perks of having the University of Hull on your doorstep, as you soak up the atmosphere of this historic port city

The Trees

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Live next door to campus to experience a great social atmosphere while enjoying easy access to the university facilities

The Portland

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Fall for the charm of this quaint Victorian whaling town at The Portland, and spend your downtime walking by the River Humber

The Townhouse

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Discover Hull’s rich history when you live The Townhouse, a beautiful heritage building that’s steps from the city centre and minutes from campus

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Hull

Take a stroll along the winding cobbled streets of this vibrant city, steeped in history and simply begging to be explored

Soak up the atmosphere of Hull’s historic Old Town, dripping with charm and hidden gems at every turn. Be charmed by the quaint and quirky pubs you’ll stumble across as you weave your way through the character-filled cobbled streets.

A well-earned break from your studies might see you pop along to Humber Bridge Farmers Market, where you’ll fall in love with the bustling market atmosphere. Grab yourself some top quality local produce as you admire the stunning backdrop of the visually and structurally impressive Humber suspension bridge.

After a long afternoon of shopping and exploring, head on down to the port and take in the sights and sounds of the beautiful marina. Gossip with friends as you enjoy some top-notch alfresco dining at The Wilson.

To really live like a local, why not plan an afternoon following the famous Fish Trail - a guided walk through the city taking you to all the hidden nooks and crannies as you discover the rich maritime history of this major port city? Quick tip: be sure to look up as you stroll the winding streets of the Old Town, the architectural details are nothing short of stunning.

What better way to explore the official City of Culture 2017 than with a stroll around Hull’s new arts quarter. Stumble across exciting and innovative street art, galleries and craft stalls, and as you soak up the relaxed, bohemian atmosphere, it’s certain to become your new favourite hangout.

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