Our Leicester Accommodation

From £123 per week

Eastern Boulevard is next to the River Soar, a few minutes’ walk from De Montfort University, offering cluster flats and studios overlooking Leicester City Centre.

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Room types En-suite Studio
5mins to De Montfort University
Double beds
HD flat screen TVs
From £124 per week

Newarke Street Apartments are well located. Ideal for DMU, opposite the Business & Law school right on the edge of campus, 2 mins from Hugh Aston and Clephan.

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Room types Studios En-suite
Opposite the Business & Law schools
Double beds
HD Freeview TVs in lounges
From £79 per week

Between De Montfort University and University Hospital NHS Trust, Queens Court offers cluster flats and studio rooms for everyone's taste.

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Room types Studio Shared
5 mins from DMU & University Hospital NHS Trust
On-site car parking
Close to city centre
From £127 per week

Students at Leicester Uni can enjoy premium accommodation and excellent facilities at The Summit. Centrally located, this property has a great view of the city.

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Room types Studios
5 mins from De Montfort Uni
Power showers
32" HD Ready TV's in all flats
From £115 per week

Upperton Road is brand new student accommodation located near River Soar. It provides studios for students overlooking the city and De Montfort Uni is only 5 mins walk.

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Room types Studio
10 mins walk to DMU Campus
Free On-site Gym
NEW Student Lounge

Waterway Gardens offers De Montfort University students affordable accommodation. Perfect for the Business School with on-site parking and all-inclusive rents.

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Room types Standard
10 mins to city centre
Dishwashers in Kitchens
Comfortable sofas in lounge

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Leicester's multi-cultural population has created a vibrant atmosphere bursting with different cultures, traditions and events throughout the year, making it a popular place to live. Its popularity has recently increased after Leicester City Council and the University of Leicester found the remains of King Richard III underneath a car park.





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