Stirling student accommodation

In central Scotland, you’ll find Stirling, an iconic Scottish city with a rich history and beautiful architecture. It’s a beautiful old town with …
In central Scotland, you’ll find Stirling, an iconic Scottish city with a rich history and beautiful architecture. It’s a beautiful old town with magical castles and iconic historical scenes. See what this fascinating city has to offer with our Stirling student accommodation.
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Stirling student accommodation at a glance

For contemporary student flats in Stirling right in the city centre, check out Caters Yard. This modern accommodation offers a range of private and shared apartments with lots of high-end fixtures and a cinema room, common room, private dining room, and an on-site gym. Location-wise, you’re right in the city centre, meaning you have all the cafes, bars and restaurants you could want on your doorstep, with the University of Stirling only a 20-minute bus ride away.

If you’re looking for Stirling University halls with a fun atmosphere, look to Centro House. This homely accommodation has a great mix of private and shared accommodation and has comfortable communal areas and fun games rooms. It’s right in the city centre, making it a great spot for students and is only a short bus ride from campus.

There are lots of options for Stirling student accommodation available across the city. If you’re unsure which is best for you, check out our guide to the different types of student accommodation to help you choose.

Stirling at a glance

  • Stirling is home to the higher educational establishment, the University of Stirling. This popular university creates a buzzing student atmosphere with lots of great student halls in Stirling catering to all needs.
  • Known as the Gateway to the Highlands with beautiful, mountainous landscapes, giving way to plenty of nature walks when you need to step away from your books, which is important to maintain your mental health while at university.
  • Visit one of the largest castles in Scotland, Stirling Castle. This mediaeval castle sits at the top of Castle Hill, an intrusive crag, which forms part of the Stirling Sill geological formation.
  • Explore the Battle of Stirling Bridge Monument, where the battle of the First War of Scottish Independence took place. On 11th September 1297, the forces of Andrew Moray and William Wallace defeated the English on the River Forth.
  • And if that’s not enough history, head to one of Stirling’s many popular museums, such as the Kinneil Estate or the Old Town Jail.
  • Take a break from your private student accommodation in Stirling and explore the beautiful parks and green spaces the city has to offer with your new flatmates. Some popular parks include King’s Park, Riverside Park, and Loch Lomond, which is a day trip out of town.
  • If you love a tipple, check out the Stirling Distillery or the Allanwater Brewhouse and book one of their tours or tastings.

Stirling has some great student bars for those who want more of a socialised drink. Some of the favourites include Dusk, Curly Coo Bar, and Fubar.