Book your student housing in Belfast with us and you'll be at the heart of learning, culture and entertainment – this is the area where Game of Thrones was filmed after all! Get ready to star in your own unforgettable drama.
With its clubs, bars, and sport and music venues, Belfast has all you expect from a thriving university destination – plus amazing beaches and countryside close by. Our smart student housing gets you up close to the Belfast buzz – our luxe lettings are ideally placed for studying at Queen's University, Ulster University and Stranmillis University College.
Belfast: a Titanic city
Launch your student experience in Northern Ireland's capital city, the place that built the Titanic, inspired Narnia, and fought battles and triumphed in Game of Thrones (which was filmed in the stunning castles and landscapes just a short journey from the centre). There are award-winning sandy beaches nearby, too.
There's always a big day and night out to be had in Belfast. Head to the Queen's Quarter around Queen's University for cafes and bars. Check out the Cathedral Quarter for buzzing beer gardens and warehouse restaurants. The city centre is your destination for shopping and pubs. Or check out the parkour, BMX and skateboard facilities at Bridges Urban Sports Park. A short trip will take you to beautiful countryside and stunning beaches. And after the fun is done, you can look forward to heading back to your private en suite studio – your student home from home.
Our brilliantly located student accommodation means you won't just learn about Belfast's incredible heritage, you'll feel a part of it. From your student home, you can discover the city's maritime history and its role in designing and building the iconic Titanic. Explore the Linen Quarter – now a hub of independent shops, cafes and restaurants, but once the heart of the city's textile industry. And learn about Irish culture and the political history of the city with visits to the Gaeltacht Quarter and the murals at Shankill
Belfast has two airports, superfast ferries from England and Scotland, and direct rail, bus and road links from Dublin. Inside the city, there's public bike hire and buses to get you around.