Our Student Accommodation in Nottingham
Our student accommodation in Nottingham is a collection of some of the best student houses and apartments available in the city. We’ve given student accommodation in Nottingham an injection of style and excitement with a range of truly beautiful student properties.
Studying in Nottingham and trying to find student accommodation can often be tiring and a hassle, but with Almero it’s a brilliantly simple process and we don’t charge you any agency fees. So, don’t miss out on the chance to secure some of Nottingham’s most sought after student accommodation in some of the best locations in the city.
Our student properties in Nottingham exude beauty and a stylish flair. If you want a stand out Nottingham student house or flat that’s going to feel like a home away from home, then Almero Student Mansions is the right company for you. Our student properties in Nottingham get snapped up very quickly so be sure to book your viewing through our express enquiry form as soon as you’ve picked the one you want. Our properties are conveniently located in ideal spots in the city, so you can easily get into town and also make it to your lectures. Find out more about what we offer below, and discover some handy info about living in Nottingham city.
What Does Our Student Accommodation Include?
Almero strongly believe that student accommodation in Nottingham should be of a high standard. Our range of affordable luxury student accommodation in Nottingham is designed and built to provide you with the best place to live, study and enjoy student life.
From Robin Hood and lace making, to Raleigh bicycles and tobacco, Nottingham is a city to behold. Not content with being one of the most popular tourist destinations, it has an award-winning public transportation system and in October 2015 was named as the ‘Home of English Sport’.
From vintage boutiques and independent stalls, to popular clothing brands calling for your student pounds, Nottingham is top of the shops. Take a trip to ‘Fopp’ for the best in adding to your vinyl collection before heading over to The Victoria Centre for all things High Street.
An excellent arena for sporting events, take a trip to the River Trent for a splash about in a canoe or if land is more your thing, why not check out the cycle trails around the city and take in some of that fresh Nottingham air?
You’d be hard pushed to find a better music capital in the East Midlands than Nottingham, so after a hard day of lectures, it’s worth checking out what all the fuss is about come night-time and explore the various bars, clubs, and music venues around. If you scour the streets enough, you’ll be able to find something new to put in your student calendar every night of the week.
From Derby Road to Johnson Road, our student accommodation is ideally located to suit every aspect of your student journey, from study time to your newly found social status.
What to do in Nottingham?
Popular Student Areas
Nottingham is a social, student friendly city with fun things to do popping up all within easy access of your student home. Fancy the latest blockbuster at the Savoy Cinema? Or maybe you just need to find a quiet space to clear your head before exam time. Whatever it may be, here are a couple of go-to places we recommend visiting during your time as a student:
Located ideally between the city and the main University campus, Lenton is seen as the ‘student mecca’ and plays home to many of our accredited student properties. With plenty of shops and amenities nearby, it’s a close walk to campus or students can jump on one of the numerous buses heading to the city centre.
Intu Victoria Centre
At the heart of Nottingham city centre, there’s a lot to explore here. From top brands making a great student shopping experience, to the popular Clock House dining quarter, a recent refurbishment has transformed this centre, attracting vast numbers of visitors.
5 Famous Landmarks You Must See
Nottingham is packed full of impressive places to go and see. From ancient architecture to winding tunnels you won’t have to travel too far from your studious doorstep to take in the sights. These are some of the best places to go and take a look at during your studies in Nottingham.
Wollaton Hall – Perfect for a day out, Wollaton Hall is an Elizabethan country house built in the 1580’s. Now a prominent Grade One Listed building, it’s hard not to take in the spectacular five hundred yard scenery as you stand on the natural hill just three miles west of Nottingham city centre.
National Justice Museum – Also known as the Shire Hall, this is an independent museum and a registered charity on High Pavement, in Nottingham. Take part in a mock trial in the courtroom for an authentic slice of Nottingham history.
Lace Market – Nottingham is famous for more than just Robin Hood, it’s also known for its lace. Once the centre of the world’s lace industry during the British Empire, this particular area is a historic quarter-mile square area of Nottingham and now a protected heritage site.
National Ice Centre – The first twin Olympic-sized ice rink in the UK, this one is not to be missed. Officially opened by Jayne Torvill in 2000, the final cost of the project was £43 million. So, get your skates on, quite literally and partake in some cool activities.
Nottingham Contemporary – It’s easy to be blown away by the scalloped lace exterior of this fantastic, modern building, sunk into a sandstone cliff, but just wait until you see what’s inside. As one of the largest contemporary art spaces in the UK, it possesses 4 art galleries, an auditorium, and an education space. It also contains a study centre, if you’re looking to do such studious activities outside of your student home.
Popular Places to Eat in Nottingham
Whilst your full equipped student accommodation comes complete with a large fridge freezer and modern appliances, you’ll want to explore the many cafes, restaurants and pubs Nottingham has to offer. Here are 5 of the most popular joints for foodie heaven.
Rocket@Saltwater – Situated in leisure complex, ‘The Cornerhouse’ and housing an attractive rooftop terrace and tasty menu, Rocket@Saltwater welcomes the most casual of diners. Serving up gourmet burgers, home-made pizzas and offering the oh so popular Mojito Monday’s, you can sign up for a Cornerhouse Card to receive 30% off your food bill. What a result.
Tamatanga – Continuing with the Cornerhouse theme, Tamatanga is a popular choice for its student residents as a meal plus drinks will cost you just £6.95 before 6pm on a weekday.
Warsaw Diner – If your idea of heaven is breakfast at any time of day, you’re in luck. With an American diner style interior and a menu packed full of all the breakfast goods, it doesn’t matter what time you decide to roll out of your student home, you can take on those pancakes as you wish.
Inferno Pizza – Pick and mix pizza anyone? Inferno take its own spin on homemade pizza’s, offering you the choice of full customisation. With 50 toppings to choose from, you can also take comfort in free drinks refills and bottomless ice cream. What a treat.
Turtle Bay – With a Caribbean theme and fun decor, this is the place to be if mouth-watering food and cheap drinks are on your agenda, which let’s face it, as a student, they likely will be. Get set to feel tropical the minute you walk through the door as you drink your way through 2-4-1 cocktails, and thoroughly enjoy your time at Turtle Bay.
3 Alternative Places to Study
If you need a break from your student accommodation or feel like taking a nice stroll before deciding on your next study spot, here are some of the best alternative places to study:
Nottingham Central Library – Books? Check. Computers? Check. As the largest library in Nottingham and the principal library in Nottingham, you won’t be disappointed with the range of services on offer. Set out over 4 floors and open from 8.30am all the way through to 7pm on a weekday, you don’t need to be worried about bagging a seat. There’s enough for everyone.
Wired Cafe – If you simply cannot function without a strong coffee, head to this great little cosy cafe on Pelham Street. Everything about this place makes it feel like home and it helps that it’s also in possession of a quiet and slightly more private downstairs area, making it very productive for getting that important coursework completed.
Ugly Bread Bakery – Unique name, unique place. With authentic Italian hot chocolate so thick you can stand your spoon (or pen) in it, you’ll be glad you found this treasure. There’s a lovely seating area right by the window, so you can watch the world go by on your study breaks. Bliss.
What to do in Nottingham at the weekend?
Check out the Castle – Built in 1067 and situated on a high rock, Nottingham Castle displays stunning views of the city. Little of the original castle remains but it’s definitely worth a weekend visit.
Boilermaker – Start at 36b Carlton Street and enter through what appears to be a normal, industrial Boilermaker’s shop and voila! A hidden, secluded speakeasy playing chilled out lounge music and revelling in its uniqueness. Open until 1am, who doesn’t love a bit of secrecy?
Did someone say Crepes? – Head to West End Arcade and get ready to be embrace tradition, in crepe form at Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie. From savoury to sweet and everything in between, you’ll be left wanting more and likely make this gem of an eatery a Sunday staple.
City of Caves – Visit the City of Caves to unearth a historic site of sandstone caves deep underground in Nottingham. Perfect for a single trip or one for all the family, this spectacular world won’t disappoint.
Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall – Take in a show or be guided through a backstage tour right in the heart of Nottingham City Centre. As two of the UK’s most successful touring venues, there’s always something to experience and you can enjoy a little bit of Nottingham’s culture.
Places to go out at night
Tilt – Tilt is one of a kind and you won’t forget it. Created in 2009, Tilt is a true-to-life vision of great atmosphere, service and drinks. A blues cocktail bar right in the centre of Nottingham, the drinks are unique, the service is friendly and it even has a gin garden.
Das Kino – A German-cinema-themed bar? And what’s more, you can hire ping pong tables? There’s not much not to love at this fun, quirky and totally unique Nottingham bar. After a few craft beers, you might even partake in the retro photo booth snapping to really capture the experience.
Ocean – VIP and catering for all musical tastes, Ocean is a student-haven and rightly so as it’s only for students. That’s right, no non-students allowed. Just show your relevant ID and dance the night away safe in the knowledge that it’s just you and your peers. No judgement, just a great night to be had.
Pit and Pendulum – This club is a real novelty and for good reason. The entire decor has an eerie gothic theme and if you want to find the toilet? You’ll have to locate the secret door (hint – look for the bookcase…)