Victoria Street, Preston PR1 7QT
Flexible Payment Plans
About Warehouse Apartments
At Warehouse Apartments you can expect to experience a more sophisticated standard of living than halls of residence. Fully equipped and offering a number of facilities, your time away from home is made as simple, easy and fuss-free as possible.
Just a few minutes walk from the UCLan campus with its buzzing Student Union, Warehouse Apartments are the perfect choice for those who wish to have it all at their fingertips, and doorstep!
All Warehouse Apartments include…
|Room Type||Floor||Description||Price Per Week||Weeks||Initial Payments||Total||Start Date||Availability|
|Standard Ensuite||G, 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5||£80||50||£80||£4,000||03-Sep-22||BOOK NOW|
|Standard Ensuite||G, 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5||£86||45||£80||£3,870||03-Sep-22||BOOK NOW|
|Premium Ensuite||G, 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5||£87||50||£80||£4,350||03-Sep-22||BOOK NOW|
|Premium Ensuite||G, 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5||£94||45||£80||£4,230||03-Sep-22||BOOK NOW|
|Premium Plus Ensuite||G, 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5||£95||50||£80||£4,750||03-Sep-22||BOOK NOW|
|Premium Plus Ensuite||G, 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5||£101||45||£80||£4,545||03-Sep-22||BOOK NOW|
|Standard Studio||4 & 5||£130||50||£80||£6,500||03-Sep-22||BOOK NOW|
As a destination, Preston really does have it all, making it the ideal place to set up your home from home. Culture vultures can lap up the links to Thomas Arkwright and the Industrial Revolution, or marvel in one of the city’s six museums. For those who love the great outdoors there’s over 160 miles of footpaths and bridleways to explore.
Restaurants, cosmopolitan cafes and tea shops are sure to tickle your taste buds, especially if you’ve been enjoying the shopping delights that Preston has to offer.
Preston’s Purple Flag Award also promises quality entertainment and a safe, vibrant night out, with its bars, pubs and clubs, theatre, dance, arts, comedy and live music a great draw.
There are so many ways you can stay active in Preston, from the plethora of gyms dotted around the city, to sport-specific activities such as Krav Maga or pole dancing or basketball and miles upon miles of scenic views to soak up and take it in on all the gorgeous walks around the city and surrounding green land.
If you prefer to watch sport then you can watch a game at Deepdale, home of Preston North End Football Club.
Shopaholics will rejoice once they explore the city and all the shops it has to offer. Preston boasts two shopping centres that are bursting at the seams with famous high street shops.
You can also peruse the independent and boutique shops and learn of their heritage, or visit the indoor and outdoor markets and learn to cook with some homegrown local produce.
You can even admire the architecture of the Miller Arcade that dates back to Victorian times.
At Warehouse Apartments you’re within a short distance of everything Preston has to offer but are also close enough to Manchester and Liverpool for a day trip or night out.
You’re also on the edge of some of the UK’s prettiest countryside in the form of the rolling Ribble Valley and the well-kept secret that is the Trough of Bowland. Take a stroll down the river through historic Avenham Park or you could be beside the seaside in Blackpool in half an hour, or Morecambe in less than an hour.
Transport links are good, with direct trains to London, Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds, and major motorways providing easy access to the rest of the country.