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Whether you need somewhere to stay for some work experience or a part-time job, you’re eager to explore more of the UK, or you simply need somewhere to stay this summer, we have rooms available in Nottingham.
Riverside Point is in a great city centre location just a few minutes from Nottingham city centre. Nottingham Trent University is just a few minutes’ walk away, and the University of Nottingham main campus is just 10 minutes’ walk away. The University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus is just a minute from the property.
1.0 miles from city centre
St Peter’s Court is situated in a great location just a few minutes from the University of Nottingham Jubilee campus and a short walk from the city centre. The property is suitable for students at the University of Nottingham, Queens Medical Centre or Nottingham Trent University.
1.0 miles from city centre
What can you look forward to in Nottingham?
As one of UK’s fastest growing cities, Nottingham is a great place for students to experience all that university life has to offer. Our student accommodation in Nottingham puts you in easy access of both of the city’s universities – The University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University - and the city centre, so you’ll have everything you need to succeed at your fingertips.
There’s plenty for football fans in Nottingham, with former European Cup winners Nottingham Forest FC and the world’s oldest football league club, Notts County FC being based in the city. Nottingham also has more sports facilities in relation to the population than any other city in Europe, meaning there’s always something to get involved in to stay fit and healthy. Local venues close to our student flats include the National Watersport Centre and the National Tennis Centre. The National Ice Centre has two ice rinks, one of which is Olympic standard and was used in the 1984 Winter Olympics. The venue is now home to local ice hockey team the Nottingham Panthers.
Nottingham has a busy and diverse nightlife, so whatever music you’re into there’s bound to be something to suit you, whether that’s a big-name act at Capital FM Arena, or heading down to Rock City for something less mainstream. The city has a range of bars and clubs, so whether you prefer the city chic of the lace market or something a bit cheesier, you’ll find a venue to suit within easy access of our student accommodation.
There are hundreds of restaurants to choose from covering many cuisines, reflecting the city’s cultural diversity. Several restaurants have been awarded AA rosettes and one is a two Michelin starred restaurant, Sat Bains. The Old Market Square hosts the Nottingham Food and Drink Festival. The Portland Building on the University campus is home to Mooch restaurant and a number of salad bars. A short walk around the corner from Riverside Point is the Bag O’ Nails which is hugely popular with local students. The Three Wheatsheaves – a well-established pub that offers an extensive food menu – is also close to Riverside Point.
The Splendour music festival is hosted every year at Wollaton Park near the University Highfields Park on the University of Nottingham campus, and has attracted stars such as Dizzie Rascal, Razorlight and Calvin Harris. Classical concerts take place regularly at the Royal Concert Hall and Lakeside Arts Centre, while A-list pop and rock acts grace the Capital FM Arena throughout the year. The Natural History Museum at Wollaton Hall is well worth a visit. Set in 500 acres of gardens and parkland, the grounds were used as the setting for Wayne Manor in the 2012 Batman film ‘The Dark Knight Rises’.