Our Plymouth student houses are in high demand, located in key student areas Drake Circus and Lipton, and offering the most modern facilities. With a vibrant city centre steeped in history, fascinating naval heritage, world-class foodie scene and easy access to the stunning South West peninsula of England, Plymouth provides a unique student lifestyle and great student houses to enjoy it from. Plymouth student houses and the city are enjoyed by over 25,000 students attending the University of St Mark and St John (UCP Marjon) and Plymouth University, resulting a buzzing and diverse student scene. We highly advise bookings viewings in October and November as the best Plymouth student houses typically book before the Christmas break.
Most students opt for a student house in an around Plymouth city centre, walking distance to the main Plymouth University campus, or a short bus journey to the main UCP Marjon campus. The most popular area for student accommodation are Greenbank close to the famous shopping mall Drake Circus and Lipton. Our Student Cribs in Plymouth are ideally located in Drake Circus and Lipton, perfect for students both UCP Marjon and Plymouth University. Click here to learn more about where to live in Plymouth as a student.
Top Tips for Finding Student Accommodation in Plymouth
Students begins searching for the perfect student house in Plymouth in early October. Most student houses, including our Plymouth Student Cribs, are fully booked before the Winter holiday, we advise booking your viewing early.
Student Cribs in Plymouth
Student Cribs in Plymouth are some of the best and most popular student houses in the city. Our Cribs range from three-bedroom flats to six, seven and eight-bedroom student homes, making our accommodation perfect for groups of all sizes looking for a student house for their final years at university. Our Student Cribs in Plymouth include all bills and no fees or deposits apply.
Best Things For Students to Do In Plymouth Plymouth may not be the largest university city in the UK, but the city centre is filled with activities, and its location on the Southern Coast means there is a wealth of fun for all tastes nearby. Whatever your interests, when you want to get out of your student accommodation and explore, you won’t be short of options. If you have a love of the outdoors, you are in luck in Plymouth. An afternoon spent kayaking solo or with friends is great, while for those keen to stay on-land a walk along the Bay or to Smeaton’s Tower are perfect for clearing exam stress. For a more relaxed afternoon, take time out and relax in Hoe Park. Plymouth also has a great selection of student bars and clubs (the student staples are Cube with dangerously cheap drinks, and Pryzm), plus the best fish and chips you will ever eat at Kingfisher Fish & Chips. So make sure to find time to explore the city when not in the library or relaxing in your Plymouth student house, as there’s so much to choose from.