Private Student Accommodation
in Manchester

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Accommodation available in Manchester

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  1. Liberty Heights - Manchester

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    Liberty Heights is one of the city’s tallest towers offering amazing views across Manchester and beyond. This cosmopolitan city is known for its great shopping facilities, cafes, bars, restaurants and theatre, as well as some awesome nightlife.

    Liberty Heights is located on Great Marlborough Street and it’s super close to all of the action and the city’s universities – the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University and BIMM (Manchester's Music College)– so you’ll always be able to make it to your lectures on time.

    Our student accommodation is fully inclusive of everything you’ll need to have the perfect student experience – that’s your bills, Wi-Fi and a gym, too.

  2. Liberty Living at Sir Charles Groves Hall - Manchester

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    If you want to stay somewhere smart and sleek throughout your student days, Sir Charles Grove Hall is the perfect choice. Located on Booth Street West just off Oxford Road, it’s close by to all of Manchester’s many reputable universities; including the Royal Northern College of Music and the University of Manchester, so you’ll always be able to make it to lectures on time.

    Manchester is one of those places where it’s almost impossible to be bored, and we put you right in the thick of all of the amazing things the city has to offer.

    When you return home each day you can sleep safe and sound in the knowledge that 24-hour security is included in your rent. You don’t have to worry about a thing here, because we include all your bills and Wi-Fi in the price, too.

  3. Liberty Point - Manchester

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    Liberty Point is a huge residence which will make it really easy for you to settle in and make new friends from all around the world. You’ll be close to all of the fantastic universities around the city, including Manchester Metropolitan University and the UCFB Etihad Campus, as well as all of the fun things to see and do.

    Manchester has an amazing range of cultural activities, awesome nightlife and tasty places to eat, and as Liberty Point is located centrally on Berry Street, you can immerse yourself in it all.

    Liberty Point is super safe and secure, because we have you covered with 24-hour security included in your rent. In fact, everything is included in your rent for ease – that’s your bills and Wi-Fi, too.

  4. Liberty Central - Manchester

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    This residence is fully let to our university partner.

    Liberty Central is just a stone’s throw away from Manchester Metropolitan University and the Royal Northern College of Music, and provides access to all the great local amenities and transport links which Manchester has to offer.

    Liberty Central itself is an exciting student hub and so is the city, which provides an abundance of things for you to see and explore, from shopping, museums and galleries to bars and local eateries.

    When you stay in our student accommodation, you can expect high standards as well as all-inclusive rent. You’ll always feel safe and secure at Liberty Central as our residence is served by CCTV and 24 hour security.

  5. Liberty Park - Manchester

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    This residence is fully let to our university partner.

    Liberty Park is located in between the University of Manchester’s main campus and its Fallowfield Campus, and also provides close proximity to many of the other higher education establishments in Manchester.

    Manchester itself is a hub for students and with lots to do, so you’ll never be bored. The city has a wide range of local amenities and provides excellent retail therapy with the Manchester Arndale and Trafford Centre attracting large numbers of keen shoppers throughout the year.

    Liberty Park offers excellent facilities, and with CCTV and on-site security 24/7 – you’ll always feel safe and secure. To make things easier for you, all of your bills are included in your rent too.

Manchester for students

Greater Manchester’s staggeringly large student population of almost 100,000 is spread across several institutions. The main ones in the city itself are the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University, other more specialised institutions include the Royal Northern College of Music and UCFB – a college dedicated to football.

As a result of the sheer number of students in the city, there’s plenty going on, so you can enjoy one of the best student lifestyles in the country.

At our private student accommodation in Manchester, you’ll instantly feel right at home, and you’ll have the world at your feet with opportunities knocking at your doorstep.

Eating out

It’s no surprise that Manchester offers some of the top chains when it comes to food and drink, but there are equally as many options to attract anyone looking for something different. Head to The Northern Quarter to sample a huge array of different and creative places, from pub food to coffee shops – or try out the Manchester Arndale Centre.

You can’t go to Manchester without sampling the delights of the Curry Mile. Reflective of Manchester’s diverse population, there are scores of tasty treats available up and down the road in Rusholme. Manchester also has a wonderful Chinatown as well, adding to the available selection of delicious Asian cuisine.

Another fun area to explore food wise is Deansgate Locks, with plenty of choices bound to suit everyone. It can be a little on the upmarket side, so if you’re trying to save money, perhaps try the student-friendly area of Fallowfield instead.

Things to do

If you wander around Manchester by day check out the Northern Quarter; a quirky, young district, with tons of live music and chilled out bars. It also houses Affleck’s Palace, the much-loved, multi-storey cultural hub.

You should also head on out to The Printworks. The block is full of entertainment, from an Odeon cinema, to an array of popular bars, restaurants and clubs. The Comedy Store is another place to find yourself suitably entertained down by Deansgate Locks, and the brilliant prices will have you laughing if nothing else.

Oxford Road also has loads of bars and clubs near to your student accommodation in Manchester, but as the city is pretty spread out, you’ll find an array of places no matter where you go – the city boasts over 400 pubs, clubs and café bars.

Arts & culture

Home to the Royal Exchange Theatre Company, the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Bridgewater Hall and even the BBC itself (in Salford), Manchester is a media metropolis with plenty of opportunity for its people.

Arts and theatre wise, you can head to the Lowry Centre, Palace Theatre or Manchester Art Gallery, or perhaps a museum if that’s more up your street – there are plenty to choose from.

Many famous bands have their roots in the Manchester scene, and Manchester’s love for music continue to this day. If you want to check out bands, head to Manchester Academy, Manchester Arena, the O2 Apollo or one of many independent venues.

When it comes to diversity, Manchester is proudly flying the flag, with a Gay Village around Canal Street which attracts the LGBT+ community.

Health & wellbeing

Manchester is a great city to get out and about in, with an abundance of open spaces within walking distance of your student flats in Manchester, such as Whitworth Park.

The city has extensive sporting facilities on offer, including the National Cycling Centre and Manchester Aquatics Centre, and you can keep fit in any number of gyms both on and away from campus – many of which can offer amazing student discounts and trials.

If you want to do something outside the box, you can head to the Chill Factore snow slope for a fun day out with your flatmates. Outdoor lovers will also love places like Hulme Park, where there’s a BMX track and skate ramps to channel your inner child.

Getting around

It doesn’t matter whether you prefer bus, train or tram – the city of Manchester has it all.

Buses are really cheap to catch and the service is fantastic, barely stopping at all throughout the night. The flat landscape also means that cycling is an option if you want to brave it and save money, but if not, there’s a saving grace in that the Metroshuttle bus is free of charge.

If you fancy going further afield, Manchester is perfectly situated to allow easy access to many other cities around the UK. That makes popping home for the weekend a breeze or exploring nearby cities such as Liverpool or Leeds for the day, more than possible.