For more underground or homegrown tastes, then you’ll want to head on over to The Cluny, a local bar that also seems to have a live performance almost every night.
While the nightlife is excellent it’s not all the city has to offer. It’s a beautiful place to spend your university years, filled with history and magnificent architecture – just outside the city is Hadrian’s wall one of the most famous historical sights in the UK, and when you’re strolling through the city there is always the chance you could be walking over an old Roman fort.
When the sun does decide to come out (and who knows when that will be with our unpredictable British weather), you’re just a short journey from Tynemouth, where you can take a stroll along Priors beach and eat some of the freshest fish and chips in the country before taking a quick dip in the sea trying to swim off all the calories.
Student accommodation in Newcastle is plentiful; whether you want to meet people and share a house or would prefer a more private place such as a flat or apartment, the perfect accommodation for you is out there, and Student homes are here to help you find it.