Call Us: +44 115 925 4062
Share this page: facebook twitter google plus printest

It’s all here. Everything you need for day-to-day life

Flewitt House is situated on the edge of Beeston town centre, a 10 minute walk away from the University of Nottingham’s University Park Campus (West Entrance)

Public transport links

Beeston has excellent public transport links. If you want to travel to the centre of Nottingham or further afield, all connections you need are close by and easy to find. There are bus stops immediately outside the property.

Tram services

There is a tram stop immediately outside Flewitt House (Middle Street station) with stops at University Boulevard (West Entrance), University of Nottingham (East Drive and South Entrance) and one at Central College. Trams are due to run every 7minutes during peak hours (10-15 minutes outside peak times). Journey times are as follows:

• Flewitt House to University Boulevard stop (West Entrance) – 1 minute
• Flewitt House to University of Nottingham (South Entrance) – 4 minutes
• Flewitt House to Queens Medial Centre – 7 minutes
• Flewitt House to Trent University (city campus) –22 minutes

For more information see visit the Nottingham Tram Network website

Bus services

There are a number of bus companies that connect Beeston with Nottingham City Centre, Derby, East Midlands Airport and further afield.

With a journey time of between 15 and 30 minutes, bus services run to Nottingham city centre throughout the day and evening every 5 minutes.

For more information about bus services, please visit the following websites:

Trent Barton Services
Nottingham City Transport

Train times

Beeston’s railway station is a 10 minute walk from Flewitt House.

There are regular services in to Nottingham station (journey time 6 minutes) and direct services to London St Pancras (approx. journey time 1 hour and 40 minutes).

For more information, visit the East Midlands Trains website and The Trainline

Nearby facilities

Beeston’s excellent range of grocery and other shopping facilities are right on your doorstep. You will find a range of food shops – from large supermarkets (such as Sainsburys, Tesco and Lidl) to specialist food shops (greengrocers, butchers and fishmongers) and Asian grocers.

There is also a busy high street with banks, stationers, household and home goods retailers, and many restaurants.

Living with
like-minded people

For international and home students at
the University of Nottingham. Female,
male and mixed sex flats available