Student Accommodation in the Heart of Liverpool
Located next to Hope Street, between the Knowledge Quarter and the Georgian Quarter, Haigh Court offers convenient, budget-friendly accommodation for students. The building is just a short walk away from the university campuses, with the University of Liverpool less than a ten-minute walk away, and Liverpool John Moores University only five minutes away on foot. The area boasts picturesque architecture and a vibrant nightlife scene, with numerous bars and restaurants to explore.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2024/2025
What our residents say
"This student accommodation is just a 5 minutes walk away from Liverpool John Moores University and the University of Liverpool which makes it super convenient for the students"
"These student apartments provide a wide range of options when it comes to choosing your room. Ideal for different people have different needs and you can thus choose one according to what you want."
"This student accommodation has some superb facilities such as 24-hour security, onsite maintenance, Laundry and very friendly staff in a great location right next to the library."
Why choose Liverpool
Bold Street is one of the most famous shopping streets in the country, well known for its independent stores, cafes, and restaurants. It is located in the heart of Liverpool City Centre, and offers something for everyone, from worldwide cuisines to vintage records and designer boutiques.
Bold Street is home to a multicultural hub of international flavors, offering a range of cuisines from the likes of Peruvian Chicha, Love Thy Neighbour, Italian Club Fish, and East Avenue Bakehouse. You can also visit the famous LEAF tea shop, where you can enjoy two floors of relaxed ambient atmosphere and become a tea connoisseur for the afternoon with their wide selection of loose-leaf teas. If coffee is more your thing, then head down to the aptly named Bold Street Coffee.
For quirky designer furniture and unique gifts, look no further than Utility, or head to Resurrection for reworked and branded clothes, or Pop Boutique for the best vintage you can find.
Once you've made it right to the top of the street, why not visit the famous Bombed Out Church? It is a much-loved iconic landmark located at the very heart of the city. You can come here and bask in its green gardens, marvel at what remains, and embark upon one of the many amazing events that are held here throughout the year.
The Baltic Triangle, often referred to as "The Baltic" by locals, is the Shoreditch of Liverpool and one of the trendiest places to visit. Home to the famous "Wings" artwork created by local artist Paul Curtis, it is Liverpool's central hub for creatives. The area boasts sun-trap bars, gin gardens, indoor golf courses, independent food markets, coffee shops, breweries, incredible music venues, arcades, skateparks, and the birthplace of Bongo's Bingo!
Located just a 15-minute walk south of the city center, The Baltic Triangle is the perfect place for all occasions in Liverpool. It is one of the city's most exciting, creative, and fastest-growing areas with no signs of slowing down. What was once an unused area full of warehouses and factories has now been repurposed into a thriving cultural hub.
It's the perfect spot for brunch, lunch, and supper, for partying the night away and dancing on tables, for celebrating birthdays, graduations, weddings, or just a Saturday night. It's for soaking up the sun with a gin in a tin on a bank holiday weekend, for late-night raves with Jonny Bongo, for music festivals all summer long, for coffee to go, halloumi fries on tap, signature cocktails, and locally brewed beer. It's where you hear music from every genre and laughter all day long, rain or shine. It's for selfies with Klopp, the Fab Four, and Liverpool's Liver Birds. It's for friends, first dates, family days out, and, not forgetting, pet pooches. It's the place where you fall in love with Liverpool even more.
With its cobbled streets, Georgian townhouses, traditional pubs, beautiful restaurants, and cultural venues, this area is one of the most picturesque parts of the city. Moreover, it is just a stone's throw away from local universities, including the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University.
At one end of Hope Street, you'll be able to see the magnificent Liverpool Cathedral, and at the other end, the modern Metropolitan Cathedral - two of Liverpool's architectural masterpieces.
In addition to the cathedrals, Hope Street boasts some of the finest bars and restaurants in the city. Next time you're in the area, take a look at The Quarter, Papillon, Moose Coffee, and the famous Philharmonic Pub. Across the street, you'll find the renowned Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, home to the award-winning Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. The orchestra performs over 60 concerts a year, as well as hosting other major touring artists, comedians, and shows.
Close by, you will also find the award-winning Everyman Theatre. The theatre has hosted some of the biggest names in the industry and showcased a variety of touring and local productions from the world of theatre.
When it comes to Georgian ale houses, the area is teeming with traditional pubs where you can take a break after a day of exploring. Don't miss Ye Cracke, a favourite of John Lennon's and Peter Kavanagh's, as well as The Caledonia, The Grapes, and the Blackburne Arms. In the Georgian Quarter, you'll receive a warm and friendly welcome at every turn.
The Royal Albert Dock is undoubtedly one of the prime locations to visit during your time in Liverpool. It is just a short walk from Liverpool One, the city's landmark shopping centre, and features the city's finest independent shops, historic museums, and attractions.
Immerse yourself in the world of contemporary art at The Tate Liverpool, which features famous exhibits from artists such as Warhol and Turner. Discover objects from the Titanic, learn about life at sea, and explore the history of the Port of Liverpool at The Maritime Museum. Alternatively, explore the untold stories of the enslaved at The International Slavery Museum.
At The Beatles Story, the world's largest permanent exhibition dedicated solely to the lives and times of The Beatles, visitors can find everything they need to know about the four lads from Liverpool who shook the world.
If you're looking for a bite to eat, you'll have plenty of options to choose from. Enjoy flavoursome brunches at Peaberry Coffee House & Kitchen, handmade pastries at the family-run bakery Rough Hand Bakery, Spanish small plates at Lunyalita, or mouth-watering Thai cuisine at Rosa’s Thai Cafe.
For a weekend tipple, Revolucion de Cuba, Smuggler's Cove, and Revolution offer exciting menus of expertly crafted cocktails and delicious food options, ideal for some light refreshments or an evening meal.
Get to know us better
Welcome to Haigh Court Liverpool, your ideal student accommodation where you can relax, party, and study with everything you need just a stone's throw away. Our building is conveniently located within a short walk from the university campuses, with the University of Liverpool less than a ten-minute walk away and Liverpool John Moores University just a five-minute walk away.
Our friendly on-site staff are available 24 hours a day to assist you. If you have any questions or would like to book a tour, please get in touch with our team using the contact details provided below.
Get to know us better and experience our comfortable and budget-friendly furnished rooms equipped with everything you need for a convenient and enjoyable stay. With excellent facilities, including a gym and social spaces, you will never run out of things to do at Haigh Court in Liverpool. So why wait? Book now and start enjoying the best of student living in Liverpool!
When do I book my room?
Do I need a deposit?
Is there an application fee?
When will my move-in date be?
Do I need to bring furniture?
2 S Hunter St
0151 318 7083