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This is purpose built student accommodation, similar to University halls. This type of accommodation is self-catered and can be en-suite. Some rooms are in cluster flats, where there are a number of private bedrooms in one hall (cluster) that will share a kitchen, lounge and sometimes a bathroom. Other rooms may be self-contained studios, where the room has its own en-suite, kitchen and study area.




This type of accommodation is a traditional house or flat that is owned by a private landlord or agent. An agent is a company that manages a property on a landlord's behalf. You can search for shared houses as a group of friends or you can search for individual rooms.




These are privately owned houses or flats where the owner resides within the building and rents out spare rooms. Some landlords may provide meals and offer more flexibility when it comes to the length of contract, so it may suit students who are in Liverpool for less than the full academic year. Homestay is also popular with international students who are looking for a family environment.




Some landlords or agents will advertise their property as being suitable for families. You can find these by selecting 'family' from the 'suitable for' filter on the panel to the right on the accommodation results page once you have run a property search.



If you are having difficulty finding suitable accommodation, or have some specific requirements, please contact the office by email at or call us on 0151 794 3296


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