About Bow City
At Bow City we know what students want, and that’s modern & sophisticated living that suits the most discerning tastes. We know that hard-working students deserve the best of everything, which is why all of our apartments come fully furnished with all mod-cons included as standard and there is even an onsite gym!
Just because you’re living away from home doesn’t mean that your accommodation can’t make you feel at home. Being perfectly situated between Leeds’s two main universities, University of Leeds and Leeds Hallam University, the hardest decision you’ll need to make is which one is best for you!
All Bow City Apartments include…
- Fully Furnished
- Double Bed
- Communal Laundry
The social scene in Leeds is certainly alive and kicking. There is a great selection of independent restaurants serving locally sourced produce, national chains you’ll easily recognize or quick-stop coffee shops if you’re looking for a bite to eat or sweet treat.
Or, if you prefer liquid refreshment then Leeds has more independently brewed craft beers on sale than any other city with a great range of rustic pubs you can enjoy them in.
With access to the Peak District, Leeds is a walker’s paradise, from the Leeds Round Walk to the Trans Penine Trail or even the Leeds and Tinsley Canal Trail. For those who are adrenalin seeking there’s the Summit Ascent offering coaching on climbing, mountaineering and walking, or you have a choice of three indoor climbing centres.
Or for those who like to work up a sweat indoors then there are plenty of gyms and fitness classes on offer that will get your heart jumping and the blood pumping.
Leeds boasts some incredible shopping experiences so be prepared to shop until you drop – literally!
Fargate has high street names in the heart of the city, the Devonshire quarter is quirky and independent, while the Leeds antiques quarter is a treasure trove of nic nacs, bric-a-brac and antiquities you never knew you needed. Then you have the Meadowhall shoping centre that offers everything you need under one roof. Eccelsall Road is an incredibly fashionable part of town, while the Moor Market is foodie heaven!
With a tram stop just round the corner and great bus routes within the city too, you will easily be able to get around the City. And Leeds’s compact city centre also means you can walk to lots of places, including Crookes Valley Park where you can stroll around the large lake or Leopold Square, with its selection of bars and restaurants tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Leeds itself has great road and rail links with the M1 running along the edge of the city and direct rail links to London, Leeds and Manchester. You’re also on the doorstep of the Peak District with its pretty villages and rolling hills – perfect for an afternoon out in the countryside when all your assignments are finished.