Here at Let Pads, we are Preston’s leading student accommodation providers. We provide high quality accommodation for UCLan students across Preston, with properties situated close to the university itself, and the city centre. And this is our guide to everything you should know about choosing student accommodation in the centre of Preston.
What are the advantages of student accommodation in the heart of Preston?
There are a number of advantages to choosing accommodation that has a great central location. These advantages include:
- Being close to the university campus- whether you need to get to the library, a lecture or a meeting, you dont want to be late. And relying on public transport can be difficult. Student accommodation that is central can help you get to university easily and quickly.
- Easy access to the city centre- whether its a night out or shopping trip, living in close proximity to the city centre means that you can easily get there and back, without relying on transport or driving, saving you money.
Why should you choose Let Pads?
Here at Let Pads, we can offer high quality student accommodation in the heart of Preston. And there are a number of advantages to choosing us for your new landlords. These advantages include:
- High standard student housing- all of our properties are maintained to a very high standard. This means that you can live, sleep and study in luxury student accommodation, focusing your energy on studying, rather than home maintenance and issues with problematic landlords.
- All bills included- one of the biggest advantages of choosing us here at Let Pads is that you wont be hit with hidden costs every month, as we include the cost of bills in all of our lettings. Including WiFi. So you unwind and relax, knowing that the bills are taken care of.
Here at Let Pads, we provide stunning student accommodation across Preston, with all bills including WiFi included. With central locations, and high quality interiors, our student accommodation could be perfect for you. Why not get in touch today?