Coming September 2018...Market House embraces student living at its finest, its city centre location, spacious en-suite and studio apartments catapult the modern day millennial into the high life. The property is conveniently situated close to Northumbria University and Newcastle University, also in the surrounding area there are several shops, cinemas, bars and clubs. Transport links are also within a close proximity to ensure every need is catered for.
Northumbria University, Newcastle City Campus - 7 minutes on foot
Newcastle University - 11 minutes on foot
Newcastle University Medical School - 14 minutes on foot
Manors Train Station - 6 minutes on foot
The accommodation offers en-suites and studios (14sqm), occupy an apartment with your best friends, the rooms are equipped with a T.V to share, all bedrooms are en-suite so no need to fight for the bathroom to make those 9am lectures. If the individual requires more privacy large studios are also available, which features a separate mini kitchen and T.V. Take note that you can share a studio at no additional cost, hence ideal for couples.
Each sizeable room is furnished with a small double bed, study space, plenty of storage, and an incredible en-suite bathroom. The building also has several social spaces for guests to mingle and interact with their neighbours. A comfortable stay is guaranteed with a T.V lounge, pool/football table, study space and outdoor table tennis for those who require some fresh air. The friendly accommodation team will keep you entertained with all the jam-packed events that they schedule throughout the year.
Does this sound tempting? Well don't wait until the last minute and risk missing out, book online today, we look forward to welcoming you to Market House.
One of the jewels of the North East is the city of Newcastle, which sits on the northern bank of the River Tyne. The city boasts a population of 1,650,000 according to the very most recent figures. The city also sits roughly 8.5 miles away from the North Sea.
The city of Newcastle has long been proud of their history and have immortalised it in some of their many museums including: Discovery Museum, Hatton Gallery, Beamish Museum, Turbinia and Great North Museum: Hancock, all of which are affordable and accessible to all members of the public.
There are a number of cinemas in the city too, if you’re looking to see some of the latest and greatest in Hollywood films. Newcastle has a number of places to offer such as Empire Cinemas, Tyneside Cinemas and Odeon (Which has it’s on IMAX Screen too), the whole cinema experience is also affordable and accessible, we recommend you check them out!
There are a number of famous people from the city too including: Alan Shearer, Cheryl Cole, Rowan Atkinson, Sting, Michael Carrick, Anthony McPartlin, Declan Donnelly, Catherine Cookson and Vineeta Rishi.
The city that you choose to study in often boils down to what the nightlife in the city is like. Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list of three places that we think will be perfect for you in Newcastle regardless of what it is that you’re looking for. Check them out below and see what you think!
First up we have, the retro-modern fusion of Florita’s Miami Bar which offers everything from cocktail competitions and beer pong all the way through to live music and DJ sets. We recommend you check it out as it is one of Newcastle’s hottest nightclubs and the guestlist is mighty long!
Secondly we have, Tup Tup Palace, which has a bit of a list in terms of notable people that have visited, including 50 Cent, Cheryl Cole and Ed Sheeran and it’s difficult to argue with them! The club has everything from DJ Battles all the way through to themed nights! We recommend you jump on the guestlist for this one too!
And last, but by no means least we have, Tiger Tiger, which is a jungle themed nightclub with everything you need from a club, whether it be cocktails or a packed dancefloor, Tiger Tiger has got you covered! Make your way on over to Newgate Street and see what the club is all about first-hand!
The city has a number of ways to keep the community together including: The Grand Lantern Parade, which is a magical live music event, incorporating light and movement. The procession makes its way through The Alnwick Garden and into Alnwick Town creating a spectacular visual feast for everyone and is run annually, make sure you get your tickets.
The transport in Newcastle is very efficient, offering everything from bus routes, cycle paths, underground metros and train stations. The city itself also has it’s own airport, so if you’re looking to take a mini-break abroad then this is the place to go to as it flies to most international destinations.
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