For contemporary Newcastle-Under-Lyme accommodation right in the centre of town, check out The Metropolis. With a range of studio rooms to suit all needs and budgets, this modern accommodation has lots of added extras such as a communal study area, a café-style common room, laundrette, cycle storage, parcel delivery room, and a games zone. The best part is its location, right in the city centre, however, that does mean a bus ride to either Keele University or Staffordshire University, as they’re a little way out of town.
If you’re after student housing in Newcastle-Under-Lyme that’s right in the action, have a look at Hassell Street Apartments. These stylish student halls offer 30 self-contained studios with modern finishes and shared laundry facilities, and two separate lounge areas with TV and games tables. Location-wise, you’re right in the mix of things being smack-bang in the city centre, with loads of cafés, shops, bars, and restaurants only a short walk away. However, campuses are out of town, but you’re close to bus stops that can get you to lectures in around 15-minutes.
For student halls in Newcastle-Under-Lyme a little out of the buzz of the city centre, check out One London Road. This accommodation offers a selection of ensuite studios with access to great communal spaces, an on-site gym, study areas, games tables, and a large TV. It’s located just south of the city centre right near The University Hospital and is a short bus ride to Keele University or Staffordshire University. These modern rooms have everything you need, but if you’re looking to make your room your own, we’ve put together a few cheap and easy ways to brighten up your student halls.