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Study Inn Brotherton House, Leeds
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Study Inn Brotherton House, Leeds

Grace St, Leeds, LS1 2FN, United Kingdom
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About the Property

Situated at Grace St Leeds LS1 2FN, UK, Brotherton House Leeds stands as a highly sought-after student accommodation in the heart of the city. Offering a variety of ensuite and studio room types, including Diamond En-suite Serviced Apartments, Gold Plus En-suite Serviced Apartments, Platinum Plus En-suite Serviced Apartments, and several studio options. Brotherton House Leeds caters to different preferences and budgets. Notably close to higher education institutions, the property is conveniently located for students attending the Leeds City College, BPP Law University (Whitehall Centre), University of Law, Leeds Metropolitan University, and many more, making it an ideal Leeds Brotherton house.

Leeds, a vibrant city in West Yorkshire, is not just known for its dynamic urban life but also as an academic nucleus with a rich educational heritage. Brotherton House, Leeds, placed in this bustling city, provides students with the opportunity to immerse themselves in a diverse student community. With esteemed universities such as the University of Law and Leeds College of Music within easy reach, this accommodation in Leeds ensures that students have swift access to their campuses. The city's cultural significance is amplified by landmarks like the Royal Armouries Museum and Leeds Kirkgate Market, featuring a well-preserved hall of Victorian stalls off Vicar Lane and a green commemorative clock marking the historic launch site of Marks & Spencer in 1884, both adding to the allure of choosing Brotherton House Leeds accommodation. Just a short time duration by bus from Leed city centre, the Abbey offers free wandering and hosts popular food markets, cinema nights, and festive pop-ups. This property, managed by Study Inn, embraces the city's history as a former industrial powerhouse while providing modern comforts and amenities to its student residents. With such a comprehensive offering, Brotherton House Leeds stands as a prime choice for students seeking a vibrant, convenient, and enriching living experience.


With an array of exceptional room types, from the Diamond En-suite Serviced Apartment to the sleek Platinum Plus Studio, Brotherton House Leeds offers premium student accommodation. Each room is fully furnished with modern amenities, ensuring students live in comfort and style. Each room is equipped with essential amenities to ensure a hassle-free living experience. You'll find a comfy double bed, whiteboard or pinboard to keep yourself organised, along with a fully fitted kitchen stocked with utensils, cooking appliances, crockery, and even a toaster and kettle for your morning rituals. Our en-suite bathrooms come with bedding and towels, while each room boasts its fridge/freezer and a set of pots and pans for culinary adventures. Brotherton House Leeds provides regular towels and bed linen replacement, along with regular bedroom cleaning services to keep your space fresh. Additional perks include a rice cooker for easy meal prep, daily cleaning of communal areas like the living room and kitchen, and daily bin collection for your convenience.

Brotherton House Leeds is committed to not only offering comfortable living spaces but also facilitating a dynamic student life. The property boasts a multitude of state-of-the-art common amenities—engage with peers in the vibrant common social area, stay fit in the fully-equipped gym, or participate in social events designed to create a lively community atmosphere. The inclusion of laundry facilities and Wifi throughout the property adds layers of convenience to Brotherton House Leeds. For inquiries or concerns, the Reception & Staff are on-site to provide support, ensuring residents feel secure and attended to at all hours.

Location and What's Hot?

With the city's most popular universities, the University of Leeds and Leeds Beckett University, just outside your door, Brotherton House Leeds offers an exceptional locale for students seeking quality education and a bustling city life. Additionally, there are several restaurants, local hotspots, and recreational activities nearby.

Imagine sipping a hot latte in the quaint ambience of La Bottega Milanese Park House or grabbing a bite from the wide variety of cuisines at Six by Nico Leeds or Trinity Kitchen before heading to a lecture. If you want to enjoy a few drinks with your friends, you can head to Dirty Martini Leeds, The Rooftop at East Parade, SALT x hubb, All Bar One Greek Street Leeds, and Manahatta Greek Street. For music enthusiasts, the proximity to Leeds College of Music means you can fine-tune your artistic endeavours just a short walk away.

After an exhausting day of study, unwind with friends at fashionable locales such as Headrow House or Nation of Shopkeepers, ensuring your evenings are as vibrant as your academic life. Essentials are a breezy affair with Tesco Express and Sainsbury's Local taking care of all your daily necessities. When in need of a peaceful retreat, the lush greenspaces at Park Square provide the perfect urban oasis.

Healthcare is also within easy reach, with Leeds General Infirmary nearby, providing peace of mind for your well-being. If the wanderlust hits you, immerse in the rich culture at landmarks like Leeds Art Gallery and marvel at the historic Kirkstall Abbey. Brotherton House Leeds student accommodation ensures you are connected with the city's dynamic rhythm, where essential amenities and leisure converge to create the ultimate student living experience. Thus, Study Inn Leeds Brotherton house is not just a place to live but a hub of activity and culture perfectly suited for student life.


When you choose Brotherton House Leeds, you're not just getting a place to live; you're also gaining the convenience of seamless connectivity around the vibrant city of Leeds. The area boosts your mobility with a variety of public transport options nearby. For those who prefer the ease of bus travel, Civic N and Wellington H are the nearest bus stops. Burley Park is the nearest railway line to Brotherton House Leeds.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

All utility bills included

Common Amenities

Laundry facilities
Washing machines and dryers
Social space
Cleaning service
Onsite facilities
Wellness Spa & Gym

Cancellation Policies (5)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
  • No Visa No Pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
  • No Place No Pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.

Payment Policies (5)

  • Booking Deposit
    This property requires booking deposit.
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property offers flexible instalment plan.
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I choose where I wish to live?

Yes. As long as there is availability then you are eligible to choose to stay at any Property management centre.

Can I smoke in my room?

In accordance with UK law smoking is not permitted indoors. You may however smoke outside in designated smoking areas.

Can I have an overnight guest?

Yes. It’s your home, you are permitted to have a maximum of one guest stay over as long as they are over the age of 18 years. Additional terms do apply to overnight guest so please check with your Centre Manager first.

Are there any items I shouldn’t bring with me?

They do have a few items they don’t allow, this is general to prevent fire risk and damage to your room. A list of these items can be found via the Student Portal.

Will I have a TV in my room?

Yes. All rooms are equiped with a TV, please note that although they provide the TV you must obtain your own TV license for the duration of your stay.

Can I bring my own console?

Yes.Their shared apartments and TV lounge have Playstation’s for you to use, but if you wish to set up your own console within your room then you may bring your own from home.

Can I decorate my room?

They do provide a white board/pin board within your room and you may display photo frames next to your bed. They do however ask you do not pin or stick anything to the walls as not to cause unnecessary damage.

Can I share my room?

Their studio room can be shared with a friend or partner, or for larger groups their en-suite serviced apartments can accommodate groups of various sizes.

Can I move rooms if I rebook?

If you choose to rebook with Property management, you may re book your current room or choose a different room. Subject to availability.

Do I need a TV license?

If you want to watch live TV, live streaming, or BBC iPlayer, you’ll need to purchase a TV license – whether you watch those programmes on your TV, tablet or Smart Phone. If you just use your TV for gaming, Netflix or Amazon streaming – you don’t need a TV license.

Do I need to buy kitchen utensils?

Property provide an all inclusive service, this includes a fully fitted kitchen, so all utensils and cooking appliances are all provided for you.

Do you have laundry facilities?

Yes, each Property centre has its own laundry room, with washing machines and dryers.

Do you offer parking?

No, however they can recommend local parking options for their centres upon request.

Is there any social space?

Social space is important to them, this is why all their centres host a variety of events throughout the year for you to enjoy, you also have access to the sites facilities, SKY TV packages and consoles within the TV lounge and use of any games tables.

What safety measures do your centres have to keep me safe?

All Property management centres are equipped with key card entry systems throughout the building, 24 hour CCTV, fire alarm safety system. Your Centre/Concierge team is also available throughout the day and night to assist you and deal with any issues.

Do you provide a cleaning service?

As part of their all inclusive service they provide a regular room cleaning service to all rooms and communal areas at no extra cost.

During my stay can I get involved in any additional activities?

Property management do provide guests with opportunities to get involved in volunteering work, student blogging and press activities. Speak to your Centre Manager for any forthcoming opportunities.

How do I keep up to date with what going on in my centre?

Property will promote forthcoming opportunities and event using display posters, direct email and social media. So be sure to follow them and keep in contact with your Centre Team.

Can I suggest ideas to make my stay even better?

Of course. They are always open to new ideas for improving their service and send surveys to all guests during their stay. You can also visit your Centre Manager or contact media room at anytime to make a suggestion.

If I need help, who do I ask?

If you require assistance, please speak to them. The centre teams are here to make your stay great, but if you require any additional help, please talk to them.

Will you charge me a Damage Deposit?

No. They do not charge damage deposits, your room is covered under a fair wear and tear policy, any charges would only occur if major damage was caused to your room or a communal area. Full terms can be found within the residential regulations.

Are there any additional fees to pay?

Their service is fully inclusive, this means there are no additional charges to pay. Your Bed pack, Kitchen pack and cleaning service is all included within the cost of your room. You will need to obtain contents insurance and a TV license.

Can I move in early?

If your room is ready, They will try and move students in early, however they may not be able to confirm this until nearer your check in date.

Can I move out during the agreement?

Yes. Please note however you will be required to find a suitable replacement for your room and you will still be responsible for the rent payments until a replacement is found. Their dedicated reservations team will aim to help you find a replacement as well.

Can I swap my room if I don’t like upon checking in?

If you wish to swap rooms then you can fill in a room swap form via the Student Portal. Property management will then try and match your room type with another student who also wishes to swap.

Do I pay a charge if I cancel before the agreement starts?

If your room is secured, please review section 2.0 of the cancellation policy for an overview of charges that may be applicable.

How long is the agreement?

The standard length of their License agreement is 51 weeks. In selected locations they also offer 45 and 44 week agreements and semester lets. If you require a tailored agreement please speak to their reservations team and they will do their best to accommodate you.

Will I get a refund if I move out early?

If you move out early then a refund is calculated from the day a new student moves into your room. Please note there is a £50 change of license agreement fee.

Can I book if I am under 18?

Property management requires that all guest living at one of their centres are over the age of 18 at the time of moving in.

Is your accommodation suitable for mature students?

Yes. As long as you are a full time student you are welcome to stay with them and benefit from all the services and facilities they provide throughout your stay.
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Student Accomodations in Leeds

Student accommodation in Leeds

Leeds, the heart of the prosperous Yorkshire region, is undeniably one of England's most dynamic and vibrant cities. The city is very vibrant and has recently established itself as a member of the academic elite. Finding student accommodation in Leeds is not expensive, but navigating rooms catered to student's needs can be challenging. The student houses Leeds rendered by amber are in proximity to various famous universities like Leeds Metropolitan University, University of Law, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds City College, and many others. Some of the best and most convenient student accommodation in Leeds are The Glassworks, Trinity Hall, Oxley Residence, Burley Road, Woodhouse Flats, etc. These apartments, studios, ensuites, and non-ensuites are fully equipped with furnished rooms and a bunch of in-room and common amenities. Amber can meet all of your needs regarding private student accommodation in Leeds. Students can freely focus on other aspects with the assurance of securing a perfect place to stay.

About Leeds

Leeds is the second-largest metropolitan area in the United Kingdom and one of the fastest-growing cities. The city became a factory town due to the Industrial Revolution (or mill town). The city's population naturally grew, transforming it into a bustling metropolis. With so many residents and people coming and going to work, it's no surprise that the city is busy. In addition, the area is home to several prestigious educational institutions, such as the University of Leeds, Leeds Leeds Trinity University, and others, making it a student hub. The well-coordinated transportation system of the city ensures good connectivity inside and outside the town. This city embodies the flamboyant rebirth of northern self-esteem. After a decade and a half of redevelopment, the city centre has been transformed from a near-derelict millhouse town into a 21st-century urban tourist magnet, with architecturally audacious malls built into the city's heart. The town's pulsating nightlife knows no bounds. Leeds is passionate about sports, particularly football (soccer) and rugby. Leeds United Football Club, one of the most famous football teams in England, has a strong following. Leeds Rhinos is the city's professional rugby league team. The town is proud of its historical sites, cultural events, and breathtaking countryside scenery that will take your breath away. The vibrant music culture in the city is well-known. Leeds has a bunch of tourist attractions and local hotspots with a million activities to indulge in. It is a city for families, young professionals and students, catering to all kinds of interests and needs.

Best Student Accommodation in Leeds

Searching for suitable student accommodation in Leeds can be tedious for students. Amber does everything from finding a convenient location to booking and handling the booking formalities smoothly. Although every student may have different needs and requirements, they have one need in common, that is, the student accommodations need to be close to their university. Room types such as bedroom apartments, studios, ensuites and non-ensuites, and amber provide a variety of possibilities for student housing in Leeds. The following are some of the top Leeds accommodations:

  1. Mary Morris House
  2. The Glassworks
  3. Trinity Hall
  4. Oxley Residence
  5. Burley Road
  6. Woodhouse Flats
  7. Austin Hall
  8. Trapezium 
  9. The Refinery
  10. Briggate Studios

Cost of Living

The cost of your student housing in Leeds will take up the bulk of your expenses, but there are several other costs to consider while planning your expenses. Monthly expenses will differ depending on personal preferences and needs. To have a smoother experience as a student in Leeds, you need to have your expenses set straight. We have a list of expenses you will be paying as a student in the city so you can get an idea of your cost of living in Leeds.

1. Rent: £450-£500 /week

2. Groceries: £90-£100 /week

3. Travel: £30-£40 /week

4. Leisure: £40-£50 /week

5. Food: £40-£50 /week

Student travel in Leeds

Leeds has a large student population and boasts a diverse and student-friendly transportation network that makes navigating the city a breeze. Whether you are a student attending one of the city's universities or exploring the many attractions, the various transportation options cater to your needs. From reliable public transport to eco-friendly alternatives, students in Leeds have a range of choices to ensure convenient and affordable travel within the city. Linked by the Inner Ring Road to the rest of West Yorkshire, navigating the city is made convenient for students by the availability of public transport close to several student houses Leeds.

1. Bus: The most well-known bus service in central Leeds is the West Yorkshire Metro-funded Leeds CityBus service, which First Leeds runs. This service circles the city centre clockwise every few minutes. It caters to important metropolitan hubs, such as colleges and central commercial and financial districts. A single bus ride costs £1.60 in the city.

2. Rail: Students can use the Leeds Train Station to travel to nearby cities such as Bradford and Huddersfield. It is one of the most convenient options for students.

3. Cabs: Custom Cabs Taxi Service and Leeds City Taxi Service are two of the city's frequently used modes of transport, quickly turning into a quick and favourable choice of commute for students staying in Leeds. Rail fare is around £4-£2.60 with a Railcard.

4. Cycling: Leeds is cyclist-friendly, with dedicated cycle lanes and bike-sharing schemes available. For eco-conscious students, cycling is a sustainable and healthy mode of transportation. Several cycle routes run through the city, allowing students to explore the sights and travel to university campuses with ease.

Student Living and Lifestyle in Leeds

Leeds is known to be one of the best cities to live in the world. People who like dance music go to clubs like Oceania, Tiger Tiger, Halo, Gatecrasher, and so on, while those who want rock music go to places like the Dry Dock, Carpe Diem, Fab Cafe, and the Cockpit. It is the UK's third-largest and fastest-growing city. It is also trendy among students, with a student population of over 70,000. The city is always bustling with people in a festive and vibrant mood almost all year. You can easily find cheap flats to rent in the city centre that include bills, allowing you to save money during the week and then splurge on the weekends. Leeds has a vibrant nightlife scene, with numerous bars, clubs, and live music venues. Foodies will be spoiled with choices ranging from Lupe’s Cantina Mexicana for some authentic tacos to the many restaurants lined up on Park Lane and Burley Road, two famous hotspots for students. Located only a few minutes away from the city centre is Trinity Centre’s Trinity Kitchen, a food court with independent eateries that change every month. Leeds is known to host some of the most anticipated events of the year. The city centre, particularly the areas around Call Lane and Merrion Street, is known for its bustling nightlife and is a popular choice for students looking to socialise and have a good time.

Tourist Attractions in Leeds

The city is home to many museums that tourists and residents can visit during their time off. The best part of most of the city’s local attractions is that admission into these places is free of cost, so students can spend a lovely evening in a fun place without spending too much money. The following tourist attractions are near the student accommodations in Leeds:

1. Royal Armouries Museum

2. Roundhay Park

3, Temple Newsam

4. Kirkstall Abbey

5. Trinity Leeds

6. Tropical World

7. The Grand Theatre & Opera House

8. Leeds Art Gallery

9. Leeds City Museum

10. Abbey House Museum

Universities in Leeds

Leeds has an excellent academic environment, with a robust student population of over 50,000+ students in the last year. Below are a few notable universities one can access by staying at a few private student accommodations in Leeds.

1. The University of Leeds

2. Leeds Beckett University

3. Leeds Trinity University

4. Leeds Arts University

5. Leeds Metropolitan University

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