New College of the Humanities Accommodation
NCH London is a liberal arts college offering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in a range of topics. Based in the heart of the capital, the college was established in 2010 and is situated near The British Museum in the trendy West End district of Bloomsbury.
Urbanest provide NCH student accommodation for postgraduates and undergraduates alike, located centrally for easy access to the college as well as the city itself. Our two closest properties have regular public transport links, as well as being accessible by bike or foot.
Urbanest St Pancras is our nearest New College of the Humanities student housing, with a manageable distance of 2.1 miles. Based on the banks of the peaceful Regent’s Canal, the property is also a 37-minute walk, or 12-minute bike ride away, perfect for soaking up the sun and getting some fresh air.
At 2.3 miles away, urbanest Kings Cross is another great option for NCH students. This equates to a 26-minute tube ride on the Piccadilly line, or a 20-minute overground bus. Our Kings Cross property benefits from a central location within touching distance of attractions such as Camden Market and Camley Street Natural Park, as well as having the tranquil Lewis Cubitt Park on its doorstep.
To grab a spot in either of these New College of the Humanities student accommodations, simply fill in our online booking form. To check the properties out beforehand, our doors are open from 10am to 6pm, Monday to Friday. Our welcoming staff are on hand to give you a showing of the NCH uni accommodation.
24/7 On-Site Support
new college of the humanities
Urbanest St Pancras
Our urbanest St Pancras property is 2.1 miles away from the college, placing students in a suitable location with ample transport links and walkable routes. This New College of the Humanities student housing has 300 rooms to choose from, including studios and en-suites. Each apartment has the latest amenities, including sizable shower rooms and underfloor heating, as well as speedy wi-fi. With communal relaxation spaces to share with fellow students, as well as a handy on-site supermarket, urbanest St Pancras has a wide range of benefits.
Transport Near St Pancras
St Pancras is incredibly well-connected to the rest of the city, the UK, and the continent. The nearest railway station, King’s Cross St Pancras Station, is a 9-minute walk from the property and also houses an underground station. Hop onto one of the 6 accessible tube lines from here, including Hammersmith, Victoria, and Piccadilly, to explore the city, or make use of nationwide railway links to visit other areas of the UK. To venture further afield, the Eurostar is also at your beck and call, linking to western European cities, such as Paris and Brussels, via the channel tunnel.
St Pancras Attractions
There’s no shortage of things to do near St Pancras. From unforgettable nights of revelry at the nearby Egg London nightclub to 26-minute summer strolls to the charming Regent’s Park, there’s plenty to experience during breaks from studies. Within Regent’s Park lies London Zoo, home to exotic wildlife such as lions and penguins. A botanical wonderland, Regent’s Park also accommodates the picturesque Queen Mary’s Rose Gardens as well as the delightful Japanese Garden Island.
For a photo-op with your favourite celebrity, Madame Tussaud’s waxwork museum is a 23-minute tube ride away, situated around the corner from the Sherlock Holmes museum at 221b Baker Street. If you prefer to lose yourself in a good book, the famous British Library is a short 11-minute walk away from your front door, while literary historians can hop on a 20-minute tube journey to the Charles Dickens Museum.
Visiting all these attractions, among others, is enough to work up an appetite. The nearby Golden Lion pub is an ideal resting spot to grab a hard-earned drink and a bite to eat, accessible via a pleasant 10 minute walk across the canal.
Urbanest Kings Cross
This NCH accommodation is 2.3 miles away from the main campus. Connected by the Piccadilly line, you can reach your morning lecture in 26 minutes by tube. If you’d prefer to travel by foot, it’s a 37-minute walk away, ideal for the summer months. It’s also a 13-minute bike ride, which passes St Pancras Old Church and Euston Square Gardens. Urbanest Kings Cross is located centrally, with an array of benefits, such as a communal games room, full kitchen facilities and a laundry room, topped off by a magnificent view of the city.
Transport Near Kings Cross
Urbanest Kings Cross has similar transport links to the St Pancras property, situated 15 minutes away from the Kings Cross St Pancras train stations, as well as their major underground station. This offers excellent links to the rest of the capital’s attractions as well as wider UK and European destinations.
You’ll find one of Kings Crosses most magical talking points within the train station itself. Harry Potter fanatics flock to platform 9 ¾ year-round, posing for pictures with props from the popular movies. Hufflepuff’s and Slytherin’s alike can get their hands on the famous trolley and don scarves in house colours for an enchanting photo opportunity.
Kings Cross Attractions
Aside from wands and wizards, there’s plenty of other attractions near Kings Cross. An 8-minute walk away, Granary Square is popular due to its dancing water fountains, surrounded by bars and restaurants. To soak up the sun while enjoying picturesque views of the canal, Gasholder Park is also accessible by foot, in as little as 4 minutes.
Convenient access to the Piccadilly line allows culture vultures to reach the Royal Opera House, National Gallery and British Museum in as little as 23 minutes. For a spot of shopping, look no further than Coal Drops Yard, a boutique shopping centre built within restored railway arches. Here, you’ll also find a plethora of eateries and watering holes to suit all tastes.