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Looking for student accommodation in Belfast? When you’re not busy at school or exploring the town, enjoy amenities like screening rooms for a movie, marathon weekends, lounges, study rooms, on-site laundry services, maintenance teams, and much more. With Unilodgers, you get to choose from 3000+ student housing options with amenities that will make university life better. Choose a comfortable and budget-friendly flat to live starting from £119 per week only on Unilodgers. Here are the type of student rooms available on Unilodgers:
Shared rooms: Students share a bathroom, kitchen, and common space
Private rooms: Offer a personal study space and shared common kitchen and living room
Studio flats: Our studio student accommodation offers complete privacy with a sleeping area, study space, bathroom, and kitchen
Entire student apartment: Offers a bedroom, study space, ensuite bathroom, and wardrobe
The capital city of Northern Ireland, Belfast is situated on the bank of the beautiful river Lagan. Belfast is home to the prestigious Queen's University Belfast and the Ulster University, and there is no dearth of student homes in the city around these major universities. If you want to spend a night enjoying live music, theatre, comedy and dance you can see what is playing at Voodoo, Belfast Empire Music Hall, Mandela Hall, Oh Yeah Music Centre and The Black Box.
Cost of living: This city is one of the most livable places in the world. To give you an idea, it’s £40 per week for essential items such as food and toiletries.
Student-friendly locations: The neighbourhoods here have answers to all sorts of food and drink cravings. College Square and Belfast City Center are fantastic places to settle for university years.
Rent for students: Our affordable flats to rent in Belfast starts from £119 and have offers up to £400. With Unilodgers you need not worry about the amenities and bills as everything is included in the rent.
On weekends, you can venture around the city and discover iconic locations where various unforgettable Game of Thrones sequences were filmed! Take a walk around Winterfell, King's Road, The Wall, Dragonstone, and more!
Museums and Culture: The industrial and cultural heritage of Belfast can be seen at its best at the Titanic Belfast museum, City Hall and the Ulster museum
Shopping: If it is shopping you want to do then Victoria Square, CastleCourt and Forestside malls will take care of all your needs from luxury brands to supermarkets, they also offer an impressive selection of restaurants and cafes. St Georges Market is one of the oldest here and offers everything from fresh local produce, fusion foods & delicacies from around the world to craftworks and antiques.
Parks and Picnic: On a sunny day you could visit the Cave Hill Country Park to take in some breathtaking views of the city and its surrounding areas, or enjoy a picnic with friends at the numerous green spaces dotting the city.
Adventure and Sports: If you fancy kayaking, canoeing, climbing or even archery, head to the Bryson Lagan Sports, just about 5 minutes from Belfast Central station.
Restaurants, Cafes and Bars: Belfast offers a variety of things you could do on a night out. You can socialize with your friends over economical drinks and food at these pubs – Taphouse, Botanic Inn, Eglantine Inn, Boojum, and The Parlour, only to name a few. The nightclubs - Limelight, El Divino, The Box, Thompsons Garage, Ollie’s Club and China White are known to host some of the best student nights in the city.
Student apartments in Belfast are well connected to public transport for the times you want to venture beyond the neighbourhood. The apartments are also equipped with car and bike parking facilities in case you prefer having your private vehicle with you to get around the town.
Bus: The Glider bus is a new mode of transportation in Belfast that connects East Belfast, West Belfast, and the Titanic Quarter with the City Centre.
Train: Translink Metro runs bus services in the city and the surrounding suburbs.