Set on a 625-acre rural campus three-miles from Newcastle-under-Lyme, Keele is one of the most beautiful campuses in the UK, and Keele student houses boast amazing access to the area's open spaces. The university boasts a Gold in The Teaching Excellence Framework and was voted number-one in England for Student Satisfaction, reflecting the quality of this historic institution. Students enjoy the campus’ rolling greenery, vast forests and lakes, while nearby Stoke-on-Trent offers urban activities like busy bars, shopping and restaurants. We advise booking viewings for student houses in Keele between November and January, as the most popular student accommodation typically books during this period.
Students typically look for a student house close to Stoke-on-Trent, in addition to Newcastle-under-Lyme, Silverdale and Kutton. All of these areas have some local shops, and of course local pubs that are frequented by thirsty students. All of our student accommodation in Keele is a short bus-ride from Keele University. Click here to learn more about where to live in Keele as a student.
Top Tips for Finding Student Accommodation in Keele
Students begin hunting for their accommodation in early November, with viewings and bookings taking place through until April. The best student houses in Keele are usually booked in November and January or February, so we advise booking a viewing early to avoid missing out on the best student houses.
Student Cribs in Keele
All of our Student Cribs in Keele are four and five-bedroom student houses, perfect for groups of friends who want to live together in their second or third year of university. All of our student properties have great communal areas and the most modern facilities, making them some of the best student lets in Keele. Student Cribs student lets in Keele include all bills, and no fees or deposits are charged.
Best Things For Students to Do In Keele Keele offers much more than it’s stunning rural campus, with lots of activities in the area for Staffordshire University students to enjoy. If you are keen to get out of your student house and explore, then start with the stunning Trentham Gardens on the Trentham Estate. This gorgeous country escape boasts vibrant flower gardens (perfect for your Instagram feed) and even a maze for fun with your friends. For something a bit different, check out the nearby Monkey Forest where 140 Barbary Monkeys roam. For a taste of culture and arts, the new Vic Theatre has a busy schedule of shows and concerts. Students with an appetite for adrenaline can make the short 30-minute journey to Alton Towers which is one of the largest theme parks in the UK. There are few better ways to forget exam stress! In addition to the fantastic local pubs, don’t miss Carnage in Hanley, when students from Staffordshire University, Keele and Manchester Met head to the city of Hanley for a huge pub crawl. Catching a match at the Britannia is a must, with rivals Stoke City and Port Vale Football Club drawing excited crowds of locals and students alike.