St Andrew's Gardens student accommodation in Liverpool is a landmark and a local legend amongst the students of Liverpool! It is situated a stone's throw from the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), so close in fact that you can actually see the university buildings from the balcony!
The iconic St Andrew’s Gardens - known affectionately in the city as The Bullring - is well known in student circles in Liverpool for its busy social calendar and electric atmosphere, giving residents an all-round amazing experience when studying in one of the best cities in the world. Regular events, such as silent discos, an annual Christmas market, mini festivals and loads more will ensure you get the most from your time at St Andrew’s Gardens..
The Bullring is arguably the best located student accommodation in the city, with the city centre just five minutes away and all of the universities and colleges on your doorstep making it a thriving social hub and ideal study location. Because of the historic, listed design of St Andrew’s Gardens, the rooms and flats are some of the biggest and best value in the city. In fact, the property has been listed in the top Liverpool student accommodation on offer thanks to its superb location and great value.
Flats are grouped into clusters of 2 to 7 bedrooms and all include integrated kitchen appliances, up to 100 Mbps unlimited WIFI and TVs in the shared lounge areas as well as in our central communal lounge. Residents benefit from a large outdoor garden as the centrepiece of The Bullring; unique in city centre accommodation in Liverpool.
At St Andrew’s Gardens, we ensure we cater for all students, with dedicated flats for first years, as well as 2nd years, 3rd years and postgraduates.
Ask us about our nurses accommodation and dedicated flats for long and short term medical students who may be studying at the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s University (LJMU), Edge Hill University or at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
If you have a car, St Andrew's Gardens has parking spaces available for students, which are allocated on a first come first served basis so get in quick. We want you to feel safe and secure with us at St Andrew's Gardens, and the property is covered with 24 hour CCTV as well as on site security, and a permanent hospitality and maintenance team to help you with anything you need.
*parking fees may apply.
View the table below to see how our prices compare to other accommodation options in the area:
|Property||51 Weeks Cheapest Price*||Total Cost||You will save:|
|St Andrews Gardens||£83||£4,233|
|Great Newton House||£129||£6579||£2,346|
Staying at St Andrews Gardens could save you up to £2,601!*.
Here are a few things you could spend that money on**:
...you get the idea, the savings are massive so come and live with us!
*Saving calculated by comparing a 51 week tenancy of the cheapest room at St Andrew's Gardens in comparision to other selected city centre competitors. Prices correct as of 11.02.2020.**Estimate calculations on item costs. Food costs sourced from Save the Student. LFC season ticket and interrail pass estimate cost when bought direct from retailers. Nando's and Domino's estimated at £18 per pizza/visit.
St Andrew's Gardens is based in one of the most enviable student locations in Liverpool, just minutes walk to the city centre, where you can find some of the best high street shopping in the UK at Liverpool One.
The city centre offers a variety of world class cultural exhibits, such as the World Museum, which boasts five floors of interactive natural history and cultural exhibits, Walker Art Gallery, home to one of the largest art collections outside of London, the recent addition of Museum of Liverpool, where the city’s rich heritage comes to life, and Liverpool Maritime Museum, based at the impressive Albert Dock.
Other sites of interest include two striking cathedrals, and not forgetting the city’s two football teams, Liverpool and Everton.
Liverpool has a rich musical history with its most famous export, the Beatles, an ever present thread running through the city’s cultural life. Visit Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields, the Beatles Story at Albert Dock, and the famous Cavern Club for a true taste of the Fab Four.
At Liverpool’s Echo Arena you can see some of the world’s top performers, and there is a full programme of theatre and music available at the Royal Court , the Liverpool Empire and the sumptuous Philharmonic Hall.
Liverpool is world famous for its nightlife, so head to Seel Street, where you can get anything from a Hawaiian-themed cocktail to a dance at The Peacock and Heebie Jeebies, or why not try one of the city’s historic pubs in the Commercial District.
Student living in Liverpool offers a diverse, exciting, multicultural experience, so enjoy all the city has to offer from the comfort of St Andrew's Gardens.
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