Student Cribs offer comfortable, well-equipped houses in the best locations in university cities and towns throughout the UK. Choosing Student Cribs gives you a better standard of living, while also giving you the peace of mind that you are living somewhere secure. Enjoying your accommodation will ensure you get the most out of your time at University.
Student Cribs' tenants enjoy a much easier and more efficient management and maintenance experience thanks to our custom portal.
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Really reliable for students, and any reported maintenance is carried out quickly and effectively, keeping to Covid-19 guidelines. Would definitely recommend to other students.
Well worth the money. I am currently living in my second student cribs house. The decor is modern and homey. Any issues that arise can be flagged up easily to the team by the portal and are dealt with very quickly. Would definitely recommend.
Gorgeous house, modern and warm. Students cribs always answer our queries quickly and have been really helpful. They send out surveys regularly to ensure student voices are heard. Best agency I’ve had in my 4 years at uni.
Great quality student living clearly maintained to a very high standard.
Student Cribs offer highly popular student accommodation in Durham, with spacious student houses in the Viaduct booking early each year. Durham, home to the University of Durham, is an unsuspectingly quaint, northern British city, with university buildings and Durham student houses dotted among the city’s rambling cobbled streets. Delicious bakeries and petite cafes are as common as vibrant bars, while afternoons are frequently spent unwinding on Palace Green’s croquet lawn in-front of the one-thousand-year-old cathedral that you might recognise from the Harry Potter films. It’s small size makes Durham feel familiar, while still offering students a vast array of options for entertainment and student accommodation. Durham is a great city to study in, and an even better city to live in! When you aren’t busy relaxing in your Durham student house, the city is sure to delight. With student accommodation in Durham booking fast, we advise arranging your viewings in October and November. If you are looking for Viaduct student accommodation, booking early is particularly advised as Viaduct student houses typically book first.
The Viaduct area is the most popular location for student accommodation in Durham. Student Cribs offer a great selection of large Viaduct student houses. Viaduct boasts everything you need as a student, such as bars, shops, restaurants (if you’re hungry, you’ll love our round-up of the best student budget restaurants in Durham), and is only a twenty-minute walk from the University of Durham campus. If you are unsure of where to search for Durham student accommodation, you will love our guide exploring where to live in Durham as a student.
House-hunting typically begins in October and ends over the Winter break, however the best student houses in Durham book early each year so be sure to book your viewings in early. If you want a Viaduct student house, booking early is especially necessary, as the best student accommodation in Viaduct books first.
Our Durham Student Cribs offer from three to seven-bedrooms, making them popular student houses among friend-groups of all sizes who would like to live together for their second and third year in university. Spread over two to four floors, each of these student houses is spacious with fantastic communal areas; ideal for relaxing with your housemates or entertaining friends. No fees or deposits apply to our student lets in Durham.
Durham may be small in size, but this university town has a lot going on to keep you entertained. When you want to stretch your legs and spend time outside of your Durham student house, the 1000 year-old Cathedral in the centre of Durham is great to explore, with this UNESCO World Heritage Site making for some great snaps and an escape from campus. For an outdoors escape, stroll along the River Wear, giving you stunning views of the highlights of the city including the Cathedral and the Castle. If you get the urge to be on the water rather than by it, you can also book aa boar party for a night out with a difference. The Durham Botanical Gardens, with 10 hectares of exotic flowers and plants offers further respite for university stress, and is a great place to fight off the hangover after dancing into the early hours in Klute which is proudly branded as the worst nightclub in Europe.