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Market House, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Bronze Ensuite  - Bedroom
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Market House, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Market St, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6AN, United Kingdom
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About the Property

Located at Market St, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6AN, UK, Market House Newcastle Upon Tyne emerges as a popular choice among students for its broad spectrum of Newcastle student accommodation options. From the comfortable City Ensuite Plus to the lavish Platinum Studio, choices abound for those desiring comfort and convenience. A few minutes away, students may find key academic institutions such as Newcastle University, Northumbria University Newcastle, INTO Newcastle University, and Newcastle College, making Market House Student Accommodation Newcastle Upon Tyne not only a place to live but a gateway to academic excellence.

The city of Newcastle upon Tyne, with its rich history and vibrant student community, is an ideal locale for pursuing higher education. Home to numerous renowned universities and colleges, the city boasts a dynamic educational scene complemented by a cultural tapestry that is both enchanting and inviting. The student population here is robust, thriving on the city's historical significance and its consistent rank as a top city for students. Eldon Square and the Grainger Market offer diverse shopping experiences, from high-street brands to independent boutiques and artisanal shops. The Quayside along the River Tyne is a picturesque area lined with cafes, restaurants, and cultural venues. It's a popular spot for leisurely walks and enjoying views of iconic landmarks such as the Tyne Bridge and Millennium Bridge. The location of Market House Newcastle Upon Tyne aligns perfectly with the city's offerings, granting easy access to local attractions and city life. Managed by now student living, Market House Newcastle enriches its residents' experiences not just with its proximity to academic venues but also with nearby tourist highlights, such as the iconic Tyne Bridge and the bustling Quayside market. Newcastle is known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere. The Geordie hospitality adds to the city's charm, making visitors and residents feel at home.

Features

Designed for modern student living, Market House Newcastle Upon Tyne combines the convenience of location with a plethora of amenities tailored to students' needs. Each room type, from the City Ensuite Plus to the Platinum Studio Plus, Bronze Ensuite, and Gold Plus Studio, comes fully furnished with amenities like room storage, microwaves, and fridges for convenience. Comfy beds, desks and chairs, ample storage space, and bathroom and kitchen appliances are among other amenities.

When it comes to studying, residents can take advantage of the library & study area, designed to offer a quiet and productive environment for hitting the books. For downtime, the games area is perfect for socializing and indulging in playful competition with friends. Keeping clothing fresh is easy with the on-site laundry facility, and the common social area is ideal for connecting with fellow residents. The management group, now student living, ensures that a calendar of social events keeps the community vibrant and engaging. CCTV and a security team are available too at Market House Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Location and What's Hot?

Right in the bustling heart of Newcastle, Market House student accommodation Newcastle Upon Tyne boasts a prime location that ensures endless opportunities for social, cultural, and academic growth. Students at Newcastle University and Northumbria University Newcastle can revel in the convenience of living close to their campuses. Those attending INTO Newcastle University or Newcastle College will find this accommodation just as favourable.

Food lovers can indulge in the local culinary delights at Grainger Market, a historic gem with a variety of food stalls, or explore the extensive menus at Fat Hippo Newcastle and The Muddler. If you're craving a freshly brewed cup to start your day or a cosy spot to study, Costa Coffee and Blakes are the go-to havens for coffee lovers. For a leisurely afternoon, the sprawling greenery of Leazes Park offers a refreshing retreat, or you can partake in the electric atmosphere of St. James' Park during match days. Need to stock up on essentials? You have a choice of Tesco Express and Sainsbury's Local just outside your door. And if you ever need medical assistance, the Royal Victoria Infirmary is a stone's throw away. For those culturally inclined, the iconic Newcastle Castle and The Biscuit Factory art gallery showcase the rich tapestry of Newcastle's past and present. With Market House, Newcastle Upon Tyne accommodation in Newcastle upon Tyne, the city's most popular attractions are within your reach. Gourmet food, inspiring art, lush parks, and academic prestige mingle right on the doorstep of what could be your new home in this vibrant city. Market House Newcastle Upon Tyne is not only a place to lay your head but a hub for experiencing everything that makes Newcastle upon Tyne an unforgettable student destination.

Commute

Convenience defines the student living experience at Market House Newcastle Upon Tyne. For a seamless commute around the city, students can rely on a plethora of public transport options within a few distances. Monument Market Street and John Dobson St-Carliol St are the nearest bus stops. Manors is the nearest rails link. Students can easily hop on the train and commute in and around the city. The strategically placed Market House Newcastle Upon Tyne student accommodation assures that connectivity is one less thing to worry about, whether it's a lecture or a city exploration.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Wifi
Electricity
Content Insurance
Water
Heating

Common Amenities

Games room
Master the art of pool or table football
Study rooms
Laundry with ease using our card-operated washers and dryers
Social space
Social events

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I pick my own room?

Absolutely! You can choose the floor, flat, and room numbers that you want. The Residence Team can help you figure out which room would be best for you.

Can I live with friends?

Definitely! If you’re interested in living in a cluster flat with your friends, just let us know who you want to live with, and management will do management best to make it happen. Be aware, Management are more likely to be able to facilitate this early in the year, with many sites selling out the closer management get to September.

How do I know who I’m living with?

When you’re booking your room, you can see the gender, year, and university of your flatmates. Management don’t give out names for privacy reasons, but you can get a better idea of who you’ll be living with via management residents groups that are shared prior to check-in.

When can I move in?

About four weeks before your move-in date (selected when booking), you’ll be able to book a move-in slot that works for you. If you need any support for accessibility or travel reasons, be sure to let us know at this stage. If you need an early check-in, management may be able to help too, just reach out to your Residence Team and they’ll be happy to let you know availability and pricing.

Do I need a deposit?

Unlike many other providers, management don’t require a deposit to secure your booking. Instead, management ask for an advance rent payment, which management’ll take off your first rent instalment. It’s like a little gift to yourself when September rolls around!

What if I have additional needs?

Management have permanent accessible and temporary adaptable access rooms available to suit your needs. For more information about these rooms, please contact the teams directly.

What if my student loan is late?

If your student loan payment is late, please get in touch with the Residence Team at your location for advice.

How is my rent paid?

You can pay by logging in to the StuRents Portal using your reference number and password. Payments can be made via direct debit or bank transfer.

How is my rent paid as an International student?

As an international student, you can pay via bank transfer (Transfermate) or credit card (please note this may incur a transaction fee). For more information, refer to your booking documents or contact your site team.

What do I do if I am not completely satisfied?

If you’re not completely satisfied with your stay, don’t worry, management’re here to help! Management take all complaints seriously and will do management best to fix any issues as soon as possible.

Can I bring my pet with me?

As much as management love pets, unfortunately, they’re not allowed in management accommodation – sorry!

What about a TV licence?

If you want to watch TV in your room, you’ll need a TV licence – unless management tell you otherwise.

Can I have friends to stay?

You’re welcome to have guests stay in your room, but management ask that you limit it to no more than three consecutive nights.

Will my flat get cleaned?

Your student room and shared areas will be spotlessly clean when you arrive, but after that, it’s up to you! Don’t hesitate to ask management Residence Teams for advice or help if needed.

What if I have an issue with my room?

Need something repaired? Just let management Residence Teams know in person, via email, or phone call, and management will get management on-site team to fix it as soon as possible.

Am I allowed to smoke at the property?

All management student accommodation is smoke-free, so please use designated smoking areas outside the buildings or in the courtyards.

How do I connect to the internet?

Connecting to the internet is easy – just connect your devices to the wireless network on arrival. You can also use an Ethernet cable, which you can plug into the network wall socket in your room.

Are my things covered by insurance?

Management include free contents insurance for every student that opts to live in one of management buildings. Once you’ve registered with My Endsleigh, you can instantly access your cover details and policy documents to check exactly what’s included and have the option to upgrade the level of cover if needed. Their claims team is on hand to advise whenever needed.

What can’t I do in my accommodation?

For health and safety reasons, management don’t allow candles, incense burners, deep fat fryers, or any electrical appliances that don’t comply with British standards and statutory regulations. Please don’t bring any of these on-site.

Who will come into my room?

Management carry out room inspections three times a year and occasionally health and safety checks, but management will always give you at least 24 hours’ notice before entering your room.

How much fridge space is there in the studio rooms?

All studios come with a small fridge with a freezer compartment.

Can I bring my rice cooker/electric pressure cooker?

Sorry, but management don’t allow rice cookers or electric pressure cookers – their high voltage can be dangerous.

Do you have an airport pickup service?

Management don’t offer airport pick-up services, but property locations have great transport links with buses, trains, and taxi services available. If you need help organising your transport then feel free to reach out to the your Residence Team.

What if I need to leave before my tenancy ends?

Management may have Tenancy Takeover options available, but it’s best to contact our Residence Teams for the most up-to-date information.

Will my bedroom be inspected when I move out?

Yes, your room will be inspected at least three times during your tenancy for maintenance checks. Any maintenance issues, damage, or missing items will be logged and addressed accordingly. After each visit, you will be informed of any issues found, and if there will be any charges for correcting them.

Do I need to move out for the holidays?

No, you don’t need to vacate your room during the holiday breaks. Your room is yours for the entire duration of your tenancy, and you only need to move out at the end of the agreement.

What if I want to stay over summer?

You can book your room for the entire year (51 weeks) or opt for a shorter tenancy where available and extend it for the summer period. Get in touch with the Residence Team at your chosen location for more information.

How do you protect my money?

Management take the protection of property clients’ money seriously, and as such,  management third-party operator for Irish buildings, Fresh, are members of The property mark Client Money Protection Scheme.

What size is a small double bed?

A small double bed, also known as a 3/4 size bed, measures approximately 120cm wide x 190cm long.

Can I still receive deliveries?

Depending on your location, your post may be delivered directly through your door by Royal Mail or collected from on-site post boxes. You can receive larger parcels at reception, but unfortunately management can’t accept liability for any loss or damage.

Can I/my friends park at the building?

Most of property buildings don’t have allocated visitor parking, but there are nearby locations for you to park. Contact the Residence Team at your chosen location for more information.

How do I wash my clothes?

There are on-site laundries with washers and dryers at all property locations. You can pay for these via an app on a pay as you go basis.

Does my room come with bedding etc?

Property rooms come totally empty, ready for you to make your own. If you need bedding or kitchen packs, management have got you covered!

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Student Accomodations in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle Upon Tyne Student Accommodation

Exploring appropriate Newcastle student accommodation or housing can be tiresome, but it's not complicated. Students can find a great deal of inexpensive and comfy Newcastle student accommodation options at a reasonable price with amber. Newcastle student accommodation options are found near many world-famous universities, such as Newcastle University and Newcastle College.

There are many comfortable, luxurious, yet budget-friendly housing options. Students benefit from these Newcastle student accommodation options. So research well to find your desired Newcastle student accommodation.

The city comprises everything from luxurious Newcastle student accommodation options to affordable student accommodation options. This student accommodation is further divided into halls of residence, private halls of residence, and private housing. Housing options are also available for this city's students looking for short-term tenancies. It is easier to book short-term housing in this city than in any other city in the United Kingdom. Some of the best options for Newcastle Upon Tyne student accommodation are City Co-Living Newcastle, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Newcastle City, Newcastle, Mansion Tyne, Newcastle, Vita Student Strawberry Place, and Vita Student Westgate, Newcastle.

About Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle, one of England's most famous cities in the North East, is divided into two parts. One is Newcastle Upon Tyne, and the other is Newcastle Under Lyme. Newcastle Upon Tyne is the most recognisable and cosmopolitan city in the UK and is known as Newcastle. It combines an industrial past with gorgeous Georgian architecture, a thriving cultural scene, and vibrant nightlife.

The city's long history spans from the Roman era to its peak as a central industrial hub for coal mining, engineering, and shipping during the 19th century. It maintains its historical roots while offering a contemporary flair. In reality, it is regarded as the modern hub of the area.

The Gateshead Millennium Bridge, the iconic Tyne Bridge, and the well-known Angel of the North sculpture are just a few examples of the city's award-winning buildings that showcase its mechanical ability even with the integration of contemporary features. A great example of local contemporary construction is the concert venue Sage Gateshead.

Newcastle Upon Tyne is also home to several universities which offer the best quality of education in the UK. Some of these universities include Durham University, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds University Business School, Newcastle University, and Northumbria University Newcastle. Various student accommodation options near these universities offer excellent and affordable amenities. For more information, you can also go through our student city guide for Newcastle in 2023!

Best Student Accommodation In Newcastle Upon Tyne

The daily necessities and expenses are enough to distress any student. However, one of the significant prerequisites essential for students is student accommodation. And since every student's requirements vary, most often settle upon a student-oriented locality to spend their college life. Students can find a wide range of housing via the amber website. These accommodation options come fully equipped with a number of amenities that a student may require. Amber also provides students with all the necessary information they need before making a decision, including room types and configurations, localities, nearby universities, amenities offered, policies, and rent structures. You can also go through our blog, which provides the ultimate move-in checklist for students studying abroad, for more information!

Some of the best options for student accommodation in Newcastle Upon Tyne are mentioned below:

1. Newcastle 1

2. St. James' Point

3. St. James' House

4. Oxford House

5. Manor Bank

6. Leazes Parade

7. Quay Point

8. INTO Newcastle University

9. Verde, Newcastle Upon Tyne

10. Bryon Centra

Cost of Living in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle student accommodation is excellent for students. The cost of living in Newcastle is 50% more economical than in any other city in the UK, so good planning and budgeting can help students avoid going over budget. It is advised to have a fixed budget when moving overseas to not only monitor your expenses but also be prepared for any emergencies that may occur! The following are the estimated costs associated with living in Newcastle Upon Tyne:

1. Food: £100-£180/month

2. Gas and electricity: £50-£100/month

3. Internet & mobile phone: £30-£50/month

4. Dinner at a restaurant: £30-£90/week

5. Laundry: £25-£40/week

6. Stationery and Textbooks: £20-£30/week

7. Clothing: £50-£75/month

8. Travel (buses, trams, and trains): £90-£150/month

Student Travel in Newcastle Upon Tyne

As a part of the well-known UK transportation network, this city has fulfilled its obligation to offer an affordable transportation system. These systems are well-equipped and connect to all necessary local and regional parts of the city.

1. Buses: Newcastle only has one service provider for bus services: Stagecoach Bus Services. It is possible to see a bus on every corner of the city because more than 150 buses operate continuously on the roads and highways.

2. Metro: The Tyne and Wear Metro, Britain's first light rail system in Britain, was built in Newcastle in 1980. The City Centre is connected to every neighbouring metropolitan borough by the city's extensive suburban and underground rail network.

3. Water Travel System: Since the city is built around the lovely River Tyne, anyone could have inferred the origin of Newcastle's water transportation system. A fantastic water transportation infrastructure connects this city's International Ferry Terminal and an unusual port called IJmuiden.

4. Taxi: The Newcastle government has also made available to its residents a local taxi system that allows users to order cabs using mobile apps rapidly. The best thing about Newcastle's taxi system is that average fare prices are far lower than in nearby areas of the UK.

5. Walking: Walking is considered one of the best ways to travel in any city. Not only can you keep your health in check, but walking around the city can also help you explore undiscovered places around your university.

6. Cycling: Another preferred mode of transport for students is cycling. Cycling is much more cost-effective than other forms of transportation available in Newcastle Upon Tyne. It is also one of the fastest ways to get to your destination.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle is a central hub for arts, science, and business, which is why it attracts an exciting number of students yearly. It is an energetic city for high-spirited students, which can be seen throughout the year. The city keeps bustling around with its people, spectacular events, and concerts.

The Tyne Bridge is an iconic landmark in Newcastle Upon Tyne. There are nightclubs in the city near the university to chill out and relax with friends. The nightclub Rise and Poly V Posh Bar Crawl have enormous yearly crowds. There are various art galleries and museums to visit. Students can visit the Grainger Market, a hub for local brands from foods to clothes to personal grooming items.

Newcastle Upon Tyne's list of places to visit is always a new addition. The city offers more every day to students and its people. About the food, students can set their date to Stotties, Singin' Hinnies, Craster Kippers, and Tyneside Floddies as they serve the most famous delicacies of Newcastle. They are just the next-door paradise inhabiting the world.

Newcastle Upon Tyne Tourist Attractions

Newcastle has multiple beautiful tourist attractions; it's no wonder it is among the most famous cities in the world. This city has various places, and millions of tourists visit every year. The mesmerising views, historical monuments, green lands, and cultural diversity make it intriguing and draw a large group of people. The student-friendly hubs, pubs, delightful cafes, leisure places, parks and student-efficient clubs attract students to this city. Some popular Newcastle attractions are:

1. Tyneside Cinema

2. King Edward's Bay beach and Cullercoats Bay coastline

3. The Grainger Market

4. The Grey Monument

5. Alnwick Castle

6. St. James' Park

Universities in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Universities in Newcastle Upon Tyne offer the best quality of education. There are a number of courses available in various fields for students to choose from, which are practical and comprehensive. These are some of the best universities in Newcastle Upon Tyne:

1. INTO Newcastle University

2. Newcastle University

3. Newcastle College

4. Northumbria University

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