Northernhay House, Exeter

Northernhay Pl, Exeter, EX4 3RY, United Kingdom
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0.8 mi from City Center
0.8 mi from City Center( 16m. 11m. 9m)
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city center | 0.6 mi
Exeter College | 0.5 mi
University of Exeter | 0.8 mi
Plymouth Marjon University | 33.1 mi
No Visa No Pay
Pay In Instalment
Car parking
laundry facility
Lift to all floors
On-site recycling facility
On-site staff with CCTV Coverage

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About the Property

If you’re looking for the perfect student accommodation in Exeter, we’ve got you covered. Northernhay House Exeter is a new student accommodation in Exeter and is just a perfect match for you! Northernhay House, Exeter, located on Northernhay Pl, EX4 3RY,  this student accommodation in Exeter is close to all the top universities in the neighbourhood. It is just a short drive from Exeter College and a few minutes from the main University of Exeter campus, so it's perfectly located for students studying in Exeter. Northernhay House, Exeter, offers a diverse range of en-suite, non-en-suite studios like classic non-en-suite, classic en-suite, basic non-en-suite, basic en-suite, basic studio and one-bed flat for you to choose from.

Situated on the River Exe, Exeter is a city in Devon, South West England. The neighbouring Rougemont Castle and the cathedral are two examples of the city's well-preserved mediaeval architecture. Exeter is well known throughout the world for its top-notch educational facilities and programmes. In addition, the city produces some of the sweetest oranges in the world, making it the Citrus Capital of the World. Additionally, it has excellent connections to the cities that surround it, opening up a wealth of prospects. This Exeter student housing has all of the things that make Exeter so vibrant and active. It is in a prime location with a great transit route that passes through every community. It's a simple pleasure just to walk in through the green roads as it's so fascinating. With Northernhay House, Exeter, you get to be a part of the real Exeter, living in the middle of all the action.


Northernhay House Exeter has your comfort and convenience in mind with a bunch of awesome features in your room. Imagine having a microwave for quick bites, a cosy single bed for a good night's sleep, and a spacious desk and chair to tackle your studies. Need to tidy up? There's underbed storage, a bedside table, and even a mop and bucket. Northernhay House, Exeter got your back with essentials like a toaster, kettle and ironing board for that crisp look.

Now, let's talk about shared spaces. Safety is key with on-site staff and CCTV coverage. No need to worry about climbing stairs as Northernhay House, Exeter, provides a lift to all floors. Laundry day is a breeze with a dedicated room featuring washing and drying facilities. If you're a cyclist, Northernhay House, Exeter got plenty of spaces for bicycle parking, and for those with cars, on-site parking is available (extra charge). Bonus points for being eco-friendly with an on-site recycling facility.

And when it comes to safety, Northernhay House, Exeter got you covered round the clock with 24/7 security, caretakers on-site, and CCTV cameras keeping watch. Plus, no need to stress about bills – WiFi, electricity, water, and heating are all included. It's not just a place to stay; it's a home where everything's taken care of!

Location and What's Hot?

Northernhay Place Exeter is strategically located in the centre of the city, making it just the right Exeter student accommodation as it is not only close to all the best universities in Exeter but also close to the lively scenes in the area. Universities like Exeter College and the University of Exeter are located within a short walk away from the Northernhay House, Exeter.

Exeter is the South West’s hidden gem. Built around a stunning Gothic cathedral, you'll find tons of amazing restaurants and bars like Harry's Restaurant or The Chevalier Inn-JD Wetherspoon for you to enjoy delicious food with your friends. If this is not convincing, then you should surely go and and check this blog to know the top reasons to study in Exeter. Northernhay House Exeter student accommodation is surrounded by some fantastic spots that'll spice up your time in the city! If you're on the hunt for tasty eats, you're in luck. Kin Khao Cafe and iFood Thai Taste serve up deliciousness, and there's KFC, Efes Grill, Domino's Pizza, Little Dessert Shop, Taco Bell, and Bill's Exeter Restaurant – a feast awaits!

Now, onto the nightlife scene. Get ready to groove at Badavis Lounge, Black Horse, and The Old Firehouse. Fancy a wine night? Rendezvous Wine Bar and George's Meeting House at JD Wetherspoon have got you covered. And for the explorer in you, there's plenty to see. Dive into the city's history with the Underground Passages, marvel at art and artefacts at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, and soak in the charm of the Exeter Historic Guildhall. Northernhay House Exeter isn't just a place to stay; it's your gateway to the vibrant heart of Exeter. Whether you're a foodie, a party lover, or a history buff, this area has everything you need for an exciting and memorable experience! Check out the Exeter student housing guide before moving to Exeter.


Given Northernhay House, Exeter’s location, many colleges are nearby and can be reached by foot, but if you want to save time, you can use all the available transit options in Exeter. You will have no trouble getting to class if you choose Northernhay House, Exeter, as the student housing is well-connected and accessible by many public transportation options like buses, trains, taxis and bikes. Because so many bus stops surround it, Northernhay House, Exeter, will never seem far away; travelling in this city is undeniably straightforward. The closest bus stop is the Portland House (Stop 35) which is just a short walk away. With Exeter Train Station just a short drive away, you can hop on a train for a beachy getaway to cities like Budleigh Salterton. Furthermore, the nearest Paris Street bus stop will quickly take you to Exeter Airport, which is just few minutes away.

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On-site staff with CCTV Coverage
Lift to all floors
Laundry room with washing and drying facilities
Bicycle parking with plenty of spaces
Car parking on site (extra charge)
On-site recycling facility

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    This property doesn’t require booking deposit.
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    This property offers flexible instalment plan.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Where does property have accommodation?

They are based in university cities across the UK and Europe.

Can I view a room before I make a booking?

Viewings at Northernhay House are available by appointment only. Please contact the management office to book a viewing.

How do I cancel a booking?

If you cancel your contract before the contract begins, or you want to cancel and move out early, you will be subject to their cancellation terms and charges.

Do I have to be a student to live at Northernhay House?

To take out a tenancy with them you need to be eligible for council tax exemption. This applies to all full-time students and some part-time students, if you are unsure your university or college should be able to advise you whether you are exempt.

Can I live with my friends?

When making your booking you can request to share with friends. They will not hold rooms for your friends, so it is up to you to make sure your friends apply at the same time as you so that they can try to place you in a flat together. Please be aware that they cannot guarantee allocations or preferences.

Can two people share a room with a double bed in it?

They are only able to offer double occupancy in their one bedroom flats. There is single occupancy across all other room types. If you would like to live with a friend in a room type other than their one bedroom flats, they can offer two rooms within the same cluster flat or two studios next door to each other.

If I book by myself how will you allocate me a room?

They look at the room type you have requested, your year of study, gender and any other preferences. Northernhay House will try to allocate you to a flat that is suitable to your situation and preferences, however it is not always possible for them to meet your requests.

I have some requests for my room, will you guarantee them?

There is a section on your application form where you can state any preferences. Whilst they will do what they can to try to meet your requests, they cannot guarantee room type, flat type, location or the profile of the other residents in your flat.

Can I live at Northernhay House for more than one year?

Yes, it is possible for you to stay at Northernhay House throughout your studies. Bookings are taken on a first come first served basis so be sure to re-book as soon as possible.

What are the terms and conditions of the tenancy agreement?

A copy of the standard Northernhay House tenancy agreement can be downloaded from  website via the relevant room type page. All residents will receive a copy of their tenancy agreement (AST) via email upon signing the document electronically during the online booking process.

Can I cancel my contract before I move in?

If you cancel your contract before the contract begins you will be subject to their cancellation terms and charges Cancellations will only be accepted upon receipt of a completed cancellation form.

Can I cancel my contract and move out early?

Once the contract has begun you are liable for the full tenancy as stated in the tenancy agreement. Cancellation terms and charges apply. You may be able to surrender your tenancy agreement early subject to a replacement tenant being found. Please check with reception for more information.

If I move out early what will happen?

If another, suitable, tenant is found to take over your tenancy Northernhay House will agree to release you from your contract. You will be required to pay an administration charge. You must vacate your room and return the keys to reception. You will be refunded any overpaid rent after you have moved out. This refund will be calculated based on the date the new tenant takes up occupation of the room not the date you move out. Should no replacement tenant be found for your room you will be liable for the rent for the duration of your tenancy agreement.

What do I need to bring with me on arrival?

Please make sure that you bring your Booking Confirmation email, one form of photographic ID and your Boarding Pass (available to download/screenshot once you have completed your online induction). Keys will not be issued without the online induction having been completed, so please ensure this is completed at least 24-hours prior to arrival.

Is there somewhere to park when I am unpacking?

Due to their fantastic location in the heart of Exeter City Centre and limited parking spaces, Northernhay House can only offer short stay parking when moving in/out of the accommodation. The team at Northernhay House will send out arrival information during the run up to the September move-in weekend(s) – please keep an eye out for this email as it contains important information on how to get to Northernhay House by train, bus and local pay-on-foot car parks should you wish to drive.

Will there be someone to collect my keys from?

Northernhay House is staffed 24/7. At the start of contract, they are open from 9am to 6pm on each of the move in days. However, if you arrive when the office is closed, don’t panic, instructions outside their office will advise you how to contact the member of staff on duty.

What happens on move-in day?

You will be welcomed on arrival in their reception by a member of Northernhay House team. You will be asked to provide any documents that are outstanding from you. Once the paperwork (if any) is complete, you will be issued with your key and fob. As you will appreciate, move-in days are extremely busy for their team – please be prepared for possible delays/queues, and try to ensure that you bring with you any items that the team have requested in advance to speed the process along.

What if I am not happy with my allocated room or my flatmate?

Part of the university experience is meeting people from different backgrounds, interests and cultures. They hope that you will enjoy the diversity of university life, however should you be unhappy it is worth spending some time talking to your flatmates to try to come to some mutually agreeable solution. It is usually not possible for a room move, please speak to reception if you have any problems and should someone else be in the same situation they may be able to swap rooms between residents. It is important to remember that moving to university is a stressful time and that initial teething problems are usually resolved within the first few weeks.

Will I be able to change rooms after I have arrived?

It is not usually possible to change rooms after you have arrived. All rooms are allocated on a 43 or 51 week contract and unless another resident also requests a room swap they would be unable to change your room.

Can I move in before my contract starts?

Please contact Northernhay House for more information if you would like to move in early. You will need to complete a separate summer application and you may not be able to stay within the same room for the summer stay as you would for the academic year.

What cooking equipment is provided in my flat?

All flats come with a cooker, hob, microwave, toaster and kettle provided as standard.

Can I get bedding supplied?

Northernhay House provides a mattress and mattress protector; however additional bedding is not supplied.

Is there a telephone in my flat?

Flats at Northernhay House do not have a telephones.

What Broadband packages are there?

A 100Mb Wi-Fi connection is provided to every room at Northernhay House free of charge. Their provider also offers residents additional add-ons for TV, gaming and back-up. All residents wishing to use the internet services must sign up to the terms and conditions of use.

How do I connect to the internet?

You can connect via Wi-Fi or a Cat 5 patch cable.

Are lifts provided in the building?

Yes, they have lifts that service all floors at Northernhay House.

Where can I store my bike?

No bikes may be stored within the flats. Bike storage may be available on site, contact reception for further information.

Is there always a member of staff on site?

Northernhay House is staffed Monday-Friday between 9:30am and 5:30pm, with rotational staff members patrolling the site between 5:30pm and 9:30am, as well as on weekends.

What are the opening hours of Reception?

Reception is open Monday-Friday, 09:30am to 5:30pm.

What about security?

They provide 24-hour security with CCTV, electronic access control and a member of staff on site at all times. Their residents also have a responsibility for ensuring the site is kept secure and are asked to ensure the accommodation remains safe by not allowing access to non-residents and reporting anything suspicious to staff immediately.

How do I report maintenance?

You are given access to the online portal where maintenance jobs are able to be logged. Once logged, their team will work quickly to try and rectify the issue for you. For out of hours emergencies, contact the caretakers.

What happens once I have reported maintenance?

Once reported, the maintenance job appears on the caretakers iPad for them to see. They will come and assess the issue, and hopefully fix it for you on their first visit. Occasionally, it will not always be possible to complete the repair on the first visit and a subsequent visit may be necessary. Repairs are responded to on a priority basis, please be aware that it may not be possible to attend to your problem the same day you report it, especially at busy times of the year.

How do I report emergency maintenance overnight or at weekends?

If you have a maintenance problem that needs urgent assistance when the reception is closed you should contact the member of staff on site. The caretaker or security guard will respond to your problem and do whatever is possible to resolve the issue, but it may not always be possible to complete the repair out of office hours.

Where can I do my Laundry?

There are two launderettes at Northernhay House located one located on the 4th floor and another on the 5th floor. Washers and dryers are provided, and managed by, the third-party company Circuit Laundry. Information on how to report issues within the launderette is displayed on posters within the room itself, alternatively, speak to reception and they will be more than happy to assist with reporting any issues on your behalf.

Where can I collect my post?

Mail boxes containing your post are located in reception, Reception staff will issue you with a key at check-in. Parcels and recorded mail will be signed for by Northernhay House staff without liability.

Who is responsible for cleaning my flat?

It is the resident’s own responsibility to clean their rooms and they share responsibility for the communal area of the flat. On-site staff will conduct monthly inspections and you are expected to ensure that your bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, lounge and hallway are clean on these days. Failure to meet the required cleanliness standards will result in external cleaning contractors being brought in, the cost of which will be passed onto the resident(s). At the end of the tenancy the bedroom and flat must be returned in a good, clean condition to avoid cleaning charges, again it is the responsibility of all residents to ensure the kitchen, lounge and hallway are clean. The block stairways, corridors and all communal facilities are regularly cleaned by their team of caretakers – posters detailing which areas are cleaned when are displayed throughout the site on block noticeboards.

Can I smoke/Vape at Northernhay House?

No, Smoking and vaping is not permitted in any area within Northernhay House; this includes bedrooms, kitchens, lounges, hallways, stairways, communal rooms.  The designated smoking area is located in the courtyard to the front of Northernhay House. Charges will apply for anyone found to be smoking within the building.

Can I have guests to stay?

Occasional overnight guests are permitted provided your flatmates agree. All overnight guests must be signed in at reception for safety, security and so that staff know who is on site in the event of an emergency. You must accompany your guests at all times whilst they are on site and you are responsible for their behaviour.

Are there any guest rooms on site that I can book?

No, Northernhay House does not have guest rooms during term-time. If you need an additional room during the summer months, this should be possible.

Can my visitors park on site?

The carpark is run and managed by Premier Park, all visitors must pay for parking following the signs in the car park to avoid receiving a parking fine.

Can visitors just walk in?

Their accommodation has secure electronic fob access at the main entrances to ensure that only residents have access to the site. Visitors will need to contact reception or yourself to gain access. All visitors should be signed in at reception, this is for reasons of safety, security and to ensure that in the event of an emergency, the team know who is on site. Visitors must be accompanied by residents at all times whilst on site and residents should be reminded that they are responsible for their visitors actions throughout the duration of their stay.

Can I bring a pet?

No pets of any type are permitted at Northernhay House.

What if I have a complaint?

They hope that you never have any reason to be dissatisfied with the service they provide you. However, if you have any issues that you would like to bring up with them please contact a member of staff in your management office who will endeavour to resolve the problem for you.

Do I pay a deposit?

Northernhay House does not take any deposits. The payment you make upon booking is an advance rental payment and is offset against your first or only instalment of rent.

I do not live in the UK – how can I pay my rent?

If you do not live in the UK and do not have a UK guarantor, you will need to pay for your rent in full upon booking. You can arrange to do this either by credit/debit card or bank transfer. Please be aware that if paying by bank transfer the bank will usually deduct charges from the amount you send them, and you will need to pay the amount due, in full, before you can move in.

Do I need a Guarantor?

All UK students will be required to provide a UK guarantor.

Can I pay my rent with my student loan?

Please note that all payments must be cleared in full upon the date they become due. This may or may not fall in line with Student Finance payments. Payment due dates are available to view on the relevant room type page on website.

What should I do if I am having financial problems?

If you are having financial difficulties, you should contact a member of the management immediately. Failure to do so could result in interest charges being added to your account if you fail to pay on the due dates as well as legal proceedings being started against you and, where applicable, your guarantor. Management staff can usually advise you of where to go to get additional financial help which will assist you in meeting your financial obligations.

What if I change my bank account or card details?

You do not need to take any action here, as Northernhay House do not store bank account or credit/debit card details within their systems. Simply log in to your account the next time your rent is due, and clear the balance using your new credit/debit card.

Can I pay with foreign currency or travellers cheques?

Northernhay House cannot accept foreign currency or travellers cheques as payment. The safest and simplest way for international students to make a payment is by Credit/Debit card or bank transfer.

How can I find out how much I owe?

Please log in to your Portal Account and click on the ‘Account’ tab. You are able to view all charges, transactions and payment dates via this section of your portal.

What if I don’t pay?

If you don’t pay your rent daily interest may be added to the amount you owe to them. Your guarantor will be contacted and will be asked to pay the amount that you owe. Northernhay House will commence legal proceedings against any resident who fails to pay the rent due. These proceeding will also include action against the resident’s guarantor.

Do I need to pay council tax?

Provided you are a student in full-time education you will be exempt from council tax.

Do I have to pay any Utility bills?

Their rents are inclusive of electricity consumption up to the value of £300 per room. No charge is made for water consumption, gas usage or internet provision.

Is there a charge for the internet?

A 100Mb connection is provided to your room free of charge. Should you wish to upgrade to a faster connection you should contact their internet provider and payments can be made online.

Do I need a TV licence?

Northernhay House does not supply a TV licence for the television supplied in the lounge area of your flat you should purchase one prior to connecting the TV as detailed in your tenancy agreement. Should you bring a television for your bedroom or access TV through your internet connection you will need to arrange for a separate TV licence. Please contact TV Licensing for further details.

How do I make an insurance claim?

Contents insurance is automatically included with your rent. The property is working in partnership with and their student insurance, Cover4Students, to provide some cover for the contents inside your room. You don’t need to do anything to activate this cover, but it is important for you to check and ensure that you fully understand the protection provided and whether it is sufficient for your needs. 

  • Check your level of cover
  • Review key exclusions and limitations
  • Check your policy excess
  • Learn how to make a claim
  • Extend and personalise your cover to protect additional items such as bicycles, musical instruments and photographic equipment

What do I need to do before I move out?

You are expected to ensure that your room and flat are returned at the end of your contract in good condition. You must make sure that all areas within the flat are cleaned thoroughly and that all rubbish and unwanted items are removed from the flat to avoid any charges being incurred. Damage to the flat or missing items will be charged for in accordance with the publicised charges in reception. You must ensure that all outstanding invoices are settled prior to your departure. A final room and bedroom check will be completed at the end of the tenancy once the student has moved out and you will be notified and invoiced for any damages.

How do I return my keys?

During office hours, they should be returned to the reception. If you move out when the office is closed you should put your keys in an envelope with your name and room number clearly marked on it, and return them to the member of staff on duty.

Will I get a deposit returned to me?

Northernhay House does not take a deposit, and as such no money will be refunded upon your departure. All damages will be invoiced for after you have left, and you will need to ensure these are paid within 7 days of receiving the invoice to avoid legal action being taken.

Can I decorate my room?

You are responsible for ensuring that you leave your room and flat in the same condition that is was given to you. You will be asked to complete and return an inventory to record the condition of your room upon arrival. Marks on the walls or furniture, including those caused by blu-tac, white-tac or pins will require painting once you have left and you may be charged in line with their advertised schedule of charges.

What options are there for me to pay my rent by?

You can choose to pay your rent in full, by 3 instalments, or on a monthly basis.

Can I park on site?

There is limited parking available at Northernhay House. The reception team will be able to provide you with more information.

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Student Accomodations in Exeter

Exeter Student Accommodation

Exeter is a city known for its education and culture. It is home to the renowned University of Exeter and Exeter College! These educational centres attract students from all over the world. However, finding student accommodation in Exeter is a challenge for many. Though there are various Exeter student accommodation options scattered across the city, these properties tend to get filled quickly. For this reason, you should decide early which type of student accommodation Exeter you need – studios, ensuites, bedroom apartments, and more options, catering to students with fantastic amenities.

Exeter offers stunning landscapes of the beautiful city and the happening atmosphere, which students worldwide like. The top student accommodation in Exeter is located near varied hangout spots to keep the students from getting bored and feeling lonely. Amber offers various luxurious and affordable options for student accommodation in Exeter. Which include well-known residences ranging from modest en-suites to student apartments in Exeter. These Exeter student accommodation options provide the enrolled students with the necessary amenities. Among many student accommodations in Exeter, some of the popular ones are Northernhay House, Collegiate Point Exe, and Atlas House.

About Exeter

Exeter is one of England's largest cities, known for having a tranquil neighbourhood and scenic surroundings. The city is known to have left an impression of an enriching history. It has now transformed into a beautiful metropolitan area between the two river exe channels. The town's youthful population contributes to the lively atmosphere and abundance of activities. This makes Exeter a dream destination to study for students around the world. The city offers numerous opportunities to relax, eat good food, and shop. The city has a wholesome combination of beaches, historical infrastructure, entertainment, diverse cuisines, and travel. It shares its borders with various renowned towns such as Plymouth, Newport, and Pontypridd. Exeter is said to be influenced by historical and modern economic and warfare history; this combination is reflected in the city's culture even today. Additionally, the city embraces international students from all over the world, including travellers. Exeter welcomes more than 30,000 students, making it one of England's top preferred educational destinations. Additionally, Exeter's compact city centre is filled with shops, cafes, restaurants, and entertainment venues, making it a convenient and enjoyable place to live and study.

Best Student Accommodations In Exeter

Owing to various educational centres, many students flock to the city to pursue their dreams and careers. Finding private student accommodation in Exeter can become a daunting task for many. Amber helps you find the best student housing in Exeter in three easy steps: pick, book and pay. We make the tiresome and lengthy process of booking student accommodation Exeter as easy as pie. Amber offers purpose-built studios, flats, and other affordable and off campus student accommodation Exeter. When planning to move to Exeter, students should look at the localities next to their university. Students can easily do this using the sorting feature. Although everyone's needs and wants differ, we have provide some of the best options for student accommodation Exeter.

1. Northernhay House

2. Collegiate Point Exe

3. Exeter One

4. Trust House

5. The City Arcade

6. Walnut Gardens

7. Collegiate King Edward Studios

8. Central Living

9. Atlas House

10. Clifford House

Cost of Living in Exeter

Many students prioritise their comfort level when looking for Exeter student accommodation. Since student housing Exeter can be expensive, you need to make a budget. You should undertake careful assessments to avoid spending extra Pounds. Of course, the cost of living can decrease if the students decide on choosing the right Exeter uni accommodation. For student accommodation in Exeter, it is recommended to have a budget of £900- £1000 per month, including all living and other personal expenses apart from your Exeter student accommodation.

1. Books & Stationery - £300/Semester
2. Food - £35-£40/ week
3. Phone & Internet - £27-£30/month
4. Leisure Activities - £35-£40/week
5. Travel - £150-£200/ month
6. Electricity/ Heating - £228.95/month

Student Travel Exeter

Several public transportation options, such as taxis, vehicles, bikes, and buses, are available in and around the city. Every transportation system has a unique pricing structure, which changes depending on the day's traffic. We advise that you make living arrangements close to the transport options, making traveling from your private student accommodation in Exeter easy!

1. Railways

Exeter is connected to several major cities by a vast network of railroad tracks. Exeter St. Davids Railway Station is a well-known travel hub in the UK because one of Exeter's mainlines, the Cross Country Route, connects Exeter with other towns, including Bristol, Birmingham, Newcastle and Derby, Leeds, Edinburgh, and Aberdeen.

2. Buses

Stagecoach South West, Dartline, and First Devon & Cornwall, three of the city's well-known bus service operators, manage Exeter's bus routes. You may see a bus on every corner of the town because more than 150 buses operate continuously on the roads and highways. Exeter PlusBus offers student bus passes, enabling you to travel throughout the city from your student accommodation Exeter for much less money. For adults, a weekly pass costs between £11 and £15.

3. Butts Ferry

The Exeter Ship Canal, one of Britain's first ferry systems, is located near Exeter and dates back to 1566. The Dukes Marsh Port, close to Exeter City Center, is connected to every other port by the city's adequate water transportation system. The city also aims to add more significant dockyards to this system in the following months.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Exeter

Exeter is well-known among international students for having a great student life. The town is excellent for exploring and traveling for people of all ages because it has many exciting and vibrant places for the crowd. Visit the well-known Northernhay Gardens Park if you enjoy spending time among serene bodies of water. The Conservatoire is a restaurant that offers a classic menu style comprising various English meals and modern cooking techniques that act as a cherry on the top. You can also eat out at Jack in the Green Inn, one of the two restaurants in Exeter, to have a prestigious 'bib gourmand' rating from Michelin.

You might also enjoy visiting The Old Firehouse, The Ram, Red Panda, Turtle Bay and various other restaurants in Exeter, which offer some of the best cuisines with lip-smacking dishes. The city also offers a very happening nightlife for the students. Mainly, all the top hangout spots in the city are very close to the student accommodation Exter listed on amber website. Some of the top ones preferred by the students include The Victoria Inn, The Terrace, Timepiece, The Vaults, and many more! As a student, you can also participate in Exeter's shopping spree at The Guildhall Shopping Centre. You can also enjoy taking a boat ride on the Exeter Ship Canal. Experience Exeter's history at Exeter Cathedral, as it is one of the oldest cathedrals in the UK.

Exeter Tourist Attractions

Exeter isn't short on tourist attractions. You can travel from your student accommodation in Exeter. Students can explore the city's offerings when they wish to unwind and take a break from their academic life. Carrying their respective student ID cards issued by their university ensures that students can explore these sites at a lower price. Students can visit places like:

1. Exeter Cathedral

2. Exeter Quay

3. Northernhay Gardens

4. Royal Albert Memorial Museum

5. Exeter Guildhall

6. Topsham Museum

7. Exeter Quayside

8. Sandy Park

Universities In Exeter

Apart from excellent student accommodation Exeter choices, this city is also renowned for its prestigious universities and vibrant academic community. Students from all over the globe flock to this educational hub that boasts a perfect blend of cutting-edge research and top-quality learning environments. There are many well-known and respectable universities near student accommodation in Exeter, providing various degrees and courses. Several universities are listed below:

1. University of Exeter

2. Exeter College

3. Exeter Tutorial College

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