Student Lets Chester
Affordable Student Lets in Chester
Student House Chester offers fabulous and affordable Student Lets in Chester. Our student Lets are all located close to the city centre, amenities and the University of Chester campuses. We are keen for you to enjoy student life so we aim to take the stress out student living. We provide the furniture, appliances and other bits and pieces you need including a complimentary laundry. Best of all, not only are our rates very affordable but they cover all your other normal household bills as well. Plus all our properties are maintained to a high standard so if there is ever a problem you can rely on us to be there to sort it out quickly. So if you are looking for affordable and convenient student Accommodation in Chester then get in touch today
Why Choose Student House Chester?
We want you to enjoy student life and we know how hard it can be to make our student loan stretch. Our rents are some of the cheapest in Chester. Plus we don’t charge any fees.
All your usual bills are included in your monthly rent including: Electricity, Gas, Water, Broadband and TV licence.
We own and manage five fabulous properties in central Chester close to the University, City centre, public transport and supermarkets.
What to Expect in Chester
Chester is a lovely mid-sized city located near Liverpool and Manchester and very close to North Wales. Chester is a popular choice for students with nearly 15,000 students currently enrolled at Chester University.
Students love living in Chester as there is so much to do. Chester’s night life is brilliant for Students. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday are the biggest student night outs in Chester. “Rosies” and “Cruise Chester” are the two most popular clubs with locals and students. Also, the student union runs its own function every Friday night. It is a cheap and chilled out affair and a great place to make some new friends.
Chester also offers some great shopping. There city centre is full of great boutique shops as well as the national chains you would expect. The Forum and the Grosvenor shopping centre are two of the biggest and most popular. The Greyhound retail Park is also a popular destination.
Chester Races is also a fun day out. Even if you are not into gambling, the atmosphere and the people watching is great. The River Dee, which runs through Chester, is lovely to walk along.
The city is also full of history. In fact, Chester dates back to roman times and was known as Deva by the Romans. The Roman walls still exist and you can walk along the top of them in the city centre. There is also and historic cathedral in the city centre.