Where to Look for Student Lets in Exeter
Most students in Exeter live in an area just ten minutes north of the city centre, in between the city centre and campus. The most popular areas for student lets in Exeter are those branching off Union Road, Pennsylvania Road and Longbrook Street. Living in a student house here you’ll not only be close to your friends and everything that Exeter city centre has to offer, including clubs, pubs, bars and restaurants (make sure to check out the best places to eat out in Exeter as a student
), but you also never have to be late for a lecture again, being only a fifteen-minute walk from your student let to campus. Read this guide for more information about where to live in Exeter as a student.
Top Tips for Finding Student Accommodation in Exeter
Students begin looking for student accommodation in October in Exeter, with many student houses being booked the same month. Although some student houses are booked as late as January, we advise booking viewings early as most Student Cribs have been taken off the market by November!
Student Cribs in Exeter
From student flats to Victorian style shared houses, and from three to eight-bedroom properties, we have Student Cribs in Exeter to suit all tastes. All of our Cribs in Exeter boast double beds, great study spaces, large communal areas with a flat screen TV for relaxing and entertaining, and well equipped white-label appliances as standard. With the best accreditation in Exeter, we aim to provide you with the very best student accommodation in Exeter. Student Cribs student lets in Exeter include all bills, and no fees or deposits are charged.
Best Things For Students to Do In Exeter
This stunning town in the Devon countryside is a fantastic place to go to university, with an incredible mix of outdoors pursuits and urban living. The beach is just 20 minutes from the town, meaning you can wash away your hangover with a swim or surf, or just lie on the beach and rejuvenate from exam stress. In Exeter itself, there are fantastic country pubs and buzzing nightclubs, with Timepiece proving a favourite (for the right and wrong reasons!) among students in the area. Day-time rambling is a firm favourite among students too, with a huge selection of vintage and costume stores making for a fun Saturday afternoon wander.