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St Peters Court

Midland Way, NG7 3EU

  • Close to University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus
  • 808 Beds

  • 1.0 miles from city centre

About St Peters Court

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.

Types of rooms

We offer En-suite rooms at St Peters Court.

Room photography is representative of Unite Students and may not be of this property. Layout, contents and furnishings may vary.


All of the following comes included in the room price

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Your living essentials

  • All bills included in the rent

  • Wi-fi included throughout the property

  • Basic contents insurance included

  • Secure properties looked after by service teams 24/7

  • Log any maintenance requests with our teams via the free MyUnite app

  • On site support from property teams

  • 24/7 emergency contact centre

Facilities in St Peters Court

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    Furnished bedrooms and fitted kitchens

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    Study and socialise in your common space

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    Bike storage

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    Vending machines - snacks on site!

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    Keep fit at your convenience with an on-site gym

On your doorstep

Social Scenes
The University of Nottingham’s Students’ Union is less than 10 minutes’ walk from St Peters Court. Home to Mooch restaurant, salad bars, a print shop, The Den function room and an on-site shop stocking its own clothing range, you’ll love living so close to the social hub of the university.
A short walk around the corner from St Peters Court is Bag o’ Nails which is hugely popular with local students. The Three Wheatsheafs is nearby – a well-established pub that offers an extensive food menu, outside seating and regular meal and drinks deals.
Nottingham has two large shopping centres attracting over 23 million visitors per year. Behind the Council House on the way to the Lace Market is Hockley, a hotbed for Nottingham’s creative and alternative scenes. In the shadow of the city’s former lace mills, you’ll find unique boutiques, chilled-out cafes, and something totally unique.
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.
Classical concerts take place regularly at the Royal Concert Hall and Lakeside Arts Centre, while A-list pop and rock acts grace the Trent FM Arena throughout the year. If your tastes are more alternative, check out the listings at Rock City and the Rescue Rooms, or if you prefer a DJ to a live band why not visit our very own super club Gatecrasher Loves Nottingham?
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’.
The historic Nottingham city centre is built on a network of caves which date from the time of Robin Hood. There are numerous tours and tourist attractions in the city based around this, including the Caves of Nottingham Tour and the Galleries of Justice.
The Arboretum is a park in the heart of the city, close to Nottingham Trent University. The park has over 800 trees and was the inspiration behind ‘Neverland’, the setting of the Peter Pan books.
Getting Active
The city is home to two historic football clubs; Notts County FC are the oldest existing league football club in the world, and Nottingham Forest FC are former English and European Champions, having been managed by the late Brian Clough.
Nottingham has a higher concentration of sports facilities – relative to local population – than any other city in Europe. Local venues include the National Watersport Centre, National Ice Arena and the National Tennis Centre.
For cricket fans, the nearby Trent Bridge cricket ground has been hosting test cricket for over a hundred years and still hosts international and county matches.
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.
Many students take part in the Robin Hood Marathon – the route passes many of the city’s most historic sights. The run takes place in the autumn and is part of a wider set of half-marathons and fun runs.

Close and convenient

Travel and Transport
St Peter’s Court is located on Midland Way, just off Wollaton Road, just 15 minutes away from The University of Nottingham Jubilee campus and Queens Medical Centre, and 40 minutes from the Park campus. Nottingham Trent University is also close by and the city centre is 30 minutes away.
We provide an unlimited, free bus service for all residents which services the city centre campus, both our properties, University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus and Queens Medical Centre.
Nottingham has two train stations, one based in the city centre offering regular services to London as well as neighbouring cities like Derby, Leicester and Birmingham. Nottingham Parkway, situated just outside the city offers a new high-speed connection to London.
Additionally, St Peters Court is located just 15 minutes’ drive from junction 25 of the M1 motorway which connects London to the north of England via the East Midlands. A little further and you can connect to the M42 heading west towards Birmingham or the M69 towards Coventry. With Derby and Leicester close by, Nottingham is located in the heart of the UK.
Local Essentials
There are plenty of supermarkets close to St Peter’s Court. For convenient shopping, you’ll find Tesco Extra on Alfreton Road, Aldi on Wollaton Road, and ASDA just a little further from Aldi.
A short walk from the property you’ll find a host of fast food outlets such as Greggs and Domino’s pizza. There’s a Starbucks on Jubilee campus, and a collection of cafés and coffee shops are scattered up and down Wollaton Road. The QMC has several local cafés, as well as a restaurant, pharmacy and newsagent.
The Castle retail park offers another Aldi store, B&M Bargains, and Dunelm and Maplins amongst many other stores.
A short walk around the corner is Lenton Library which, although smaller than the City Library, can be a great space to study.
Your Wellbeing
Students staying at St Peter's Court have access to a wide range of welfare services either provided by the universities or within the local community. The Students' Unions at Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham offer welfare advice and support to all their students and staff.
The University of Nottingham Health Service (UNHS), or Cripps, is based on University Park. The practice specialises in looking after the students and staff of The University of Nottingham and their families and dependants.
The Student Advice Centre provides information and advice on a wide range of issues affecting students, such as housing, education and money. Appointments are available throughout the day or a drop-in service is available most afternoons.
St Peter's Court is also located next to the NEMS, an out-of-hours GP service providing urgent medical care and advice whenever your own general practitioner’s (GP) surgery is closed. Nottingham also has two NHS walk-in centres; the closest is on Upper Parliament Street in the city centre.