Liberty Living (student accommodation)

Liberty Living is the main provider of student accommodation in Manchester and has sites close to the RNCM and to convenience shops and eateries.

They have a range of rooms, all with en-suite facilities and self-catering kitchens in 4 – 6 person units. They offer a variety of packages and prices, so you can choose the level of service to suit you. Prices are around £50 to £75 per person per night for one or two nights (depending which package you choose).

Details below are for individual booking. If you want to make a group booking, you should email Laura Freeman on L.Freeman@libertyliving.co.uk

Liberty Park is about a mile away from the RNCM – either a 20-minute walk or a quick bus ride. Click here to book a standard 2-night package for the Friday and Saturday nights of the Festival.

The standard package is £103.20 for 2 nights, includes bedding, towel, cutlery and crockery. Liberty Park offers single occupancy only. If you want a different package, then you can contact the hall direct on 161 908 7007 or email them at libertypark-manchester@libertyliving.co.uk

They also have some availability at Liberty Point if we hit full capacity at Liberty Park.
 Liberty Point is all ensuite and the flats are bigger as the majority are in clusters of 6.
 The site is located close to Piccadilly train station on Berry Street,  about a 20 minute walk to the RNCM so may not suit everyone if they have mobility issues, for example.
The nightly rate is slightly higher at £55 pp/pn (exc VAT) with VAT £66.00 pp/pn. You can contact the hall direct on  0161 273 8608  or email them at  libertypoint-manchester@libertyliving.co.uk

If you book through these Festival special links you will need to pay on booking but will be able to cancel without charge until the end of April. Cancellation after this point will be charged at the full rate. Please remember to mention the Street Choirs Festival in any communication with them in order to get these Festival terms.

Their accommodation is also available for the days before and after the festival for those who would like an extended stay in Manchester. There’s a flat weekly rate for three or more nights, but starting at only £162 for the week this is very reasonable if you want to stay even just a couple more days to see all that our great city has to offer. For lots more information about what else is happening around the same time as the festival, have a look at www.visitmanchester.com

Liberty Living has a good supply of accommodation at the moment, but they cannot hold it for us indefinitely as there are other events in Manchester at the same time as our festival. We would urge you to book your rooms as soon as possible once you have registered.