56 Gateway Street, Leicester LE2 7NT
About Primus Place
The modern day student deserves to live with all mod-cons to make student living feel like a home from home. Dedicated and hardworking students deserve to be rewarded with the finer things in life, which is why we’ve created the ultimate in luxurious, spacious living in the heart of a vibrant city.
Ideally situated for those studying at De Montfort University and Leicester University, if you’re looking for a location that’s close to your studies, nightlife and all the other practical stuff then put Primus Place at the top of your priority list.
All Primus Place apartments include…
- Fully Furnished
- Double Bed
- Communal Laundry
Book before 31th May 2021 for the 21/22 academic year. Cancel before then for free, plus get a full refund.
As a cosmopolitan city, Leicester really does have it all, from multi-cultural cuisine and a state-of-the-art performance centre to festivals, shopping facilities, live sport, live music and much, much more, making it the perfect place to entertain friends and relatives when they come to visit.
With such an eclectic mix of activities for all ages, Leicester really does offer something for everyone. Even King Richard III was buried here!
Being or becoming active in Leicester is as easy as going for a run. The City has many gyms, fitness facilities and leisure centres to choose from, so whichever way you want to get in shape or stay in shape there’s something for you.
If you prefer your sports away from dry land then nearby Rutland Water is a popular choice for watersports. And if you’d rather watch sport rather than play you can experience the electric atmosphere at the Walkers Stadium, home to Leicester City FC, convert to rugby with the Leicester Tigers or enjoy a spot of cricket.
Leicester is an absolute treasure trove when it comes to shopping so a day out with the girls is a must.
If a shopping mall is how you like to spend your time and your money then you won’t be disappointed with the high street fashion available in Haymarket Shopping Centre or Highcross Leicester. Or, if you prefer to go off the beaten track and explore independent shops and seek out something a bit more special then you can peruse Leicester Lanes, Silver Street and St. Martin’s Square.
Public transport is the best way to travel around Leicester with a bus network that can take you to local attractions and beyond. You can even jump on an open-top bus and take a tour of the city to really appreciate what’s on offer.
Leicester rail station has services operated by East Midlands Trains and Cross Country to take you to the local towns or further afield.
East Midlands airport is only 20 mins away so perfect for overseas students flying in or for holiday goers flying out.