As our guest needs have exceeded geographically, we Londonist need to accommodate those needs.
Londonist doesn’t provide accommodation only in London but also provides tailored students accommodation across other cities such as Birmingham, Brighton, Manchester, Oxford, Liverpool, Dublin and Edinburgh.
Oxford is home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world and a world-class place to live and study.
Whether it’s punting on the River Cherwell with friends, wandering the halls of the Ashmolean Museum, or even taking a trip to nearby Blenheim Palace, there is definitely no shortage of inspiring activities on your doorstep.
Brighton often referred to as “London by the Sea” is a favourite with students moving from London. It has a great deal to offer those looking for a vibrant university life and is known for its fabulous music scene.
If you prefer a quieter pace, why not check out the North Laine with its Saturday market, the iconic Brighton Pier for some fish&chips and fun in the arcades, or simply relax and enjoy the seaside breeze at Brighton Beach.
Manchester has certainly earned its reputation for being a cool city to live and study in.
From its well-loved music scene to being the home of some of the biggest sporting giants, it comes as no surprise that the thriving student scene here continues to grow.
Think about Liverpool and so many things spring to mind.
Its rich musical history, world renowned football clubs, first class shopping facilities and, of course, the city’s many famous buildings and attractions.
Edinburgh recently named ‘European Destination of the Year’ at the World Travel Awards, as well as being home to the Scottish Parliament and the Queen’s official Scottish residence at Holyrood it has an amazing nightlife with lots of bars, stylish cafes and restaurants.
Packed with excellent museums, theatres and galleries you will never want for something to do, and with our Edinburgh students accommodation being at the hub of it all, all you’ll need to decide is what to enjoy first.
Dublin is a charming city where you will instantly feel welcome by its friendly people. The Lovers of science, literature, history, the visual and performance arts, and other subjects will enjoy the numerous opportunities Dublin offers.
Dublin is well known for its pubs, jovial music scene, and youthful nightlife. It’s a city infused with celebratory energy that seeps its way into everyday living. Dublin is easy to get around; with easy access to the sea, mountains and the countryside allowing a perfect opportunity to escape city life for a short time.
Birmingham is the largest city in the UK outside of London and home to 65,000 students studying at 5 universities and 2 colleges. Drawn to a city of culture offering first-class museums, restaurants, festivals and shopping there are plenty of things to do to help you make the most out of university life.