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Newcastle University Accommodation

Book a charming Newcastle University accommodation, starting at £72 per week and enjoy offers worth up to £1350. With 20000+ student rooms, you will have a plethora of options to choose from. We've got the widest range of Newcastle Uni accommodation, studios, en-suites and shared flats. 100% free service. No booking fee. Free cancellation.

Heading to a whole new place is exciting, but living there for long ain’t that easy. Finding a comfortable student housing is super important when you’re living away from home; Unilodgers makes sure that you find a suitable one. The Newcastle Uni accommodation comes with tons of options to choose from including shared rooms, private rooms, studio flats or the entire place. Live like a boss in your very own space, enjoy in silence or scream along with your mates. There’s something for everyone at the Newcastle Uni halls.

The Newcastle University student accommodation provides amenities that feel like a dream. Sing your heart out at the karaoke booth, watch your favourite movie at the cinema room, sip coffee at the coffee bar, spend your free time at the gaming lounge or have an intense workout session at the gym. The list just keeps going on. Some of the popular options to choose from are Vita Student Newcastle Strawberry Place, St James House, and Piction Manner.

The Newcastle accommodation uni rooms are airy, spacious and bright with a contemporary style that relates well with students. The car parking, bike storage, WiFi, study room, kitchenette, living room and laundry facilities help you have a comfortable stay. 

Commuting is a breeze here with public transportation being nearby the Newcastle University halls of residence. The Haymarket Barras Bridge, Haymarket St Mary’s Place, Claremont Road-Museum and the Newcastle St Thomas Street bus stop will be your best options for a bus ride. For those who prefer going by trains, the Haymarket, Monument, Manors and the Newcastle train station will be your closest choices.

Go on breakfast dates with your besties at The Grand Café or The Teahouse, get your lunch menu sorted at McKenna’s at Northern Stage or The Little Dumpling House and chill at Luther’s Bar or the Crows Nest. If you want more, explore the neighbourhood and shop till you drop at the shopping centres, go jogging at the parks or get your monthly med supplies at the pharmacy. 

Like what you see? Go on to Unilodgers and book your Newcastle University accommodation straight away, as picking one is now just a matter of a smooth scroll and a click.

Ready to book Newcastle University student housing? Here's why booking with Unilogers is the best way to do it.

  • No ifs, no bots: Our Personal Student Advisors are real people, available 24x7 to guide you through anything

  • Save for a rainy day: With ‘lowest price promise’ and the best deals on every property, we master the art of bargaining.

  • Easy to look, easy to book: Our simple online interface takes all the fuss out of finding and booking your student housing.

  • No secrets. We promise: You pay the rent, and nothing but the rent - we don't do commissions, booking fees, or hidden charges.

  • There’s one for everyone: In pants and in student housing, "one size fits all" never works. We offer you a variety of options such as choosing an entire place, a shared apartment, or a private room - whatever suits your needs.

  • We ❤ students: We ensure that all properties listed with us are comfortable, welcoming, and suitable for a student’s lifestyle

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About Newcastle University

Newcastle University, a member of the prestigious Russell Group of research-intensive universities, is a leading public research university in Newcastle upon Tyne since 1834. The uni welcomes over 27,000 students from about 130 countries worldwide and is supported by more than 6,000 academic and professional staff members across their four campuses. Newcastle University has a strong alumni community with around 214,000 members. Some of the notable alumni include Rowan Atkinson, Kate Adie, Bryan Ferry and Paul Kennedy. Their Urban Observatory is the largest set of open environmental monitoring data in the world.