Hugely popular student accommodation at the heart of this lovely south east City.
Northernhay House Exeter is situated close to the Streatham Camous of the University of Exeter and St Luke's campus is a 20 minute walk away. The best of the city's shops, bars, restaurants and coffee shops can all be reached within a couple of minutes, putting you slap bang in the centre of the city's student life. Less than 15 minutes away is the Imperial; the second largest in the nationwide Wetherspoons chain. Whatever time of day you go in you will find a host of budget conscious students tucking into the fayre on offer. If you want to eat in there is a handy supermarket just round the corner for all the essentials.
It can be both exciting and a bit daunting moving to a strange city to live and study but the team at Northernhay House Exeter make this transition as stress free as possible, They are always on hand to ensure everything goes smoothly and will address any problems as soon as they arise. The security staff show equal dedication to your safety and as well as being in residence around the clock they have plenty of CCTV cameras in place and entry is via secure, electronic entry systems.
The accommodation available at Northernhay House Exeter is made up of a selection of rooms, both with and without en-suite bathrooms, and self contained studios. The communal common room is the hub of this residence and everything takes places here from social events to chilling and making use of the free Wi-Fi. Those who prefer to travel on 2 wheels can make use of the secure bike storage and you need never worry about running out of clean clothes thanks to the great on-site laundry. There are even vending machines if you fancy a snack and can't be bothered to go back to your room to get something.
If you would like to call Northenhay House home while you are studying in Exeter then why not fill in the contact form to let us know you're interested? If you have any questions we haven't answered then give one of our friendly team a call to discuss what life is like for those who live and study in Exeter.