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Zinc Quarter

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Phoenix Court

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Canvas Bristol

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St Mary’s

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Studio 58

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£320/week
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Hotwells House

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£233/week
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Gloucester Road

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About Bristol

Being one of England's emerging cities, Bristol is shepherding a new era in aerospace engineering, electronics, media and communications. The city is home to some of the best universities in the country such as the University of Law, the University of Bristol and the University of The West of England. Students coming here can find several topmost student accommodations in Bristol near these universities.

The city is a mix of modern development and historical artefacts. The atmosphere of the city is unlike anything you have ever seen. Bristol Harbour is an ideal place to enjoy a day in the sun, offering a variety of restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as regular ferry trips. Bristol's nightlife is legendary - whether you are craving food and drink or want to dance into the wee hours of the morning, the city has it all.

Student Accommodation in Bristol

The location of accommodation is an important decision before you book student accommodation. Here are some areas you can choose from to relocate –

Redlands: When you live in Redlands, you have the advantage of being closer to the vibrant neighbourhood. This neighbourhood is within walking distance of Whiteladies Road, a bustling place with many stores, restaurants, cafes and bars

Fishponds: It is known for being a great residential area with many options for student rooms in Bristol. It is a suburban area in the northeast of Bristol. It is known for having beautiful walks and independent cafes with a variety of cuisines, as well as some great farmers' markets and craft fairs

Bristol Harbour: It is a neighbourhood with excellent transportation links. It is known for its picturesque views with world-class attractions, boat trips and fantastic walks. Hotwells House is a great option for student accommodation in this area, as it is located right on Bristol Harbour.

The different types of student accommodation in Bristol are:

1. Shared rooms

2. Private rooms

3. Studio flats

4. Entire flat

Top Demanded Student Accommodation in Bristol

You can book student apartments in Bristol, United Kingdom with the top accommodation providers who give you a choice of more than 3000 en-suite rooms, studios, shared rooms, dorms and student apartments. Starting to search for accommodation early you can avail student housing options that fit your budget.

The student accommodations in Bristol are designed to provide comfort to the students. Some of the best-recommended accommodations in Bristol are:

1. Water Lane House Bristol

2. The Colston Bristol

3. Centre Gate Bristol

4. Zinc Quarter Bristol

5. Print Hall Bristol

6. Dean Street Works Bristol

7. Vita Student Zed Alley Bristol

8. Stonebridge House Bristol

9. Phoenix Court Bristol

10. The Port On The Square Bristol

Cost of Living in Bristol

Every student thinks about how much money would they require to live in their dream city. However, the rent and tuition fee is not the only thing that they need to worry about. Other factors like food, transport, mobile plans, clothing and more also play an important role in understanding the cost of living. Therefore, an approximate range of budget is given below for different factors, so that you can get a clear picture of the cost of living in Bristol.

1. Rent of Accommodation - £500 – £1,150 / month

2. Cost of Gas & Electricity - £140 - £180/ month

3. Cost of Internet & Phone Bills - £30- £40/ month

4. Cost of Resturant - £20/ meal

5. Cost of Travel - £50- £100/ month

6. Cost of Clothing - £150- £200/ month

7. Cost of Grocery Bills - £50- £100/month

Student Lifestyle in Bristol

Experience the rich cultural heritage outside your student housing in Bristol at the Bristol Museum and Gallery and The Dockyard Museum, home of Brunel's SS Great Britain. Admire the architectural wonders of Bristol Cathedral and St. Mary Redcliffe, a 13th-century church just steps from Bristol Temple Meads station. It's a 13th-century church, just steps from Bristol Temple Meads train station. You can climb the world-famous Clifton Suspension Bridge, opened in 1864, for a magnificent view of the Avon Gorge.

Museums and theatres: For art and history lovers, there are countless opportunities to explore in the city - the Bristol Old Vic, the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, the Bristol Hippodrome, the Goldney Hall

Restaurants, cafes and bars: You can find many fine cafes and bars near your student housing in Bristol. Visit Lakota and Thekla, two of the city's best clubs. TGI Fridays - Cribbs Causeway, Matina, Eat Your Greens and Miller Green are all good value restaurants in the city.

If you want to shop, Cabot Circus, Bristol Shopping Quarter, Park Street and the Triangle are haute couture paradises.

Student Travel Options in Bristol

Students don’t need to worry about how they will go around Bristol, as there are several easy transport options. Whether it's a short commute to the university or a weekend getaway, students can travel easily with cost-effective travel options.

Buses: Bristol has bus services from almost all key locations, therefore making it easier for the students to travel around the city. To avoid any chaos or hassle, students can easily purchase their bus tickets using the First Bus App.

Metro Bus: If you are looking for a faster and more eco-friendly way to travel to your choice of place, then you can choose the Metro Bus as well. However, remember that you must buy your tickets before you board the bus.

E-Scooter: Are you someone who loves having fun even when travelling? If yes, then we would suggest you to try the e-scooters and e-bikes. However, you must be at least 18 years old to ride the e-bike around the city.

Tourist Attractions in Bristol

There is no doubt that Bristol is a beautiful city filled with several tourist attractions. In this city, you will never get bored, as Bristol has all kinds of places to visit. Whether you’re an architecture or history fan or a comedy show fan, Bristol has it all. Below is the list of places you can visit to enjoy your weekends and more.

1. Stonehenge and Cotswold Villages

2. Brunel’s SS Great Britain

3. Smoke & Mirrors Comedy and Magic Theatre Pub

4. Bristol Ferry Boats

5. Wills Memorial Building

6. Bristol Activity Centre

Top Universities in Bristol

1. BIMM Bristol

For all the students who wish to pursue a career in music, this university is the right place for you. BIMM was founded in 2008, and it has gained a reputation and popularity among all the artists.

2. BPP University Bristol

BPP University majorly has four schools, namely Business, Law, Technology and Nursing. With more than 20,000+ students studying across their eight locations in England, BPP remains a renowned university for career prospects.

3. Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

If you are looking for one of the best Drama schools in the United Kingdom, then you must trust Old Vic Theatre School blindly. Notable actors such as Samantha Bond, Daniel Day-Lewis and more are alumni of this university.

4. South Gloucestershire and Stroud College

Whether it’s Art & Design or Media & Journalism, the university offers top-notch courses in all. Studying here provides students with the right exposure, and kick-starts their successful careers.

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Q. When should I start looking for student housing in Bristol?

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Start early, say you start your academic study in January, by October, you should start looking by this month. It may sound early, but you will find good deals and premium student accommodation in Bristol. It may be very late if you look for a student housing in Bristol by January as all the best properties are taken.

Q. Is it hard to get student accommodation in Bristol?

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University Living has many properties listed on the website. You will always find student accommodation in Bristol on our platform. But to get the best student housing in Bristol, you should start searching and booking it soon before losing the best deals!

Q. Where do most students live in Bristol?

A.Some of the best places to live in Bristol are Vita Student Zed Alley Bristol, King Square Studios Bristol, Holly Court Bristol, Studio 58 Bristol, Stonebridge House Bristol, Centre Gate Bristol, Fusion Tower Bristol, etc.

Q. What is the best accommodation at Bristol University?

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Vita Student Zed Alley Bristol is the closest student accommodation to the University of Bristol. It takes only 8 mins by walk or public transportation to get to the university from the student rooms in Bristol. You can find studio student rooms that are fully furnished and amenities inclusive of utility bills.

Q. What is the average student rent in Bristol?

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A student studio room starts at £135 per week; a studio student room ranges from £195 to £361 per week; an en-suite student room in Bristol costs £135 to £309 per week.

Q. What are the good areas to live in Bristol?

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Some of the best student areas in Bristol are Bishopston, St Andrews, Clifton, City Centre, Fishponds, Redland, Gloucester Road, Cotham, Horfield, Bedminster and Southville, Stoke Park, Stokes Croft, etc.

Q. What is the cost of living in Bristol for international students?

A.Bristol is expensive but cheaper than London. The cost of living in Bristol is £1342 to £1900 per month, including your student rent in Bristol, meals, transportation, and your extra expenses. Your tuition fee will be included in the cost of living. Please take note that the monthly cost will vary depending on your lifestyle.

Q. How to find and book student accommodation in Bristol?

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You can search, compare, and book student accommodation in Bristol on University Living. It is one of the leading student housing platforms providing the best, safe and secure student homes. Contact our representative for early and good deals booking in Bristol.

Q. How much are utility bills in Bristol?

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Utility bills in Bristol are £180 to £300 per month, including water, electricity, heating, cooling, etc. However, staying in student housing in Bristol covers your utility bills as part of your rent.

Q. Are guests allowed in student rooms in Bristol?

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It depends upon the guest policy of the property owners. Some allow a day, others two or more days with a nominal fee. For detailed information on this policy, talk to our experts, who will brief you on the property rules and regulations.

Q. How can I get discounts for student housing in Bristol?

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To avail of the best deals, you can book early and get the lowest prices for premium student accommodation in Bristol. You can also avail cashback and discounts on group bookings.

Q. How can I get a fully furnished student apartment in Bristol?

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You can find fully furnished student housing in Bristol on University Living- a platform providing premium accommodation at affordable rates. There is a wide range of student rooms you can select, which come with a bed, Bathroom and Shower, WiFi, Study Table and chair, Wardrobe, Kitchen, Microwave, Cooking Hob, Fridge, Freezer and other amenities.

Q. How do I pay my rent at Bristol student accommodation?

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It's an easy process; select the desired student accommodation in Bristol, and our agents will guide you in booking it. You can pay via debit/credit or bank transfer in whole or 2 or 4 instalments without a guarantor.

Q. How can students virtually view accommodation in Bristol before booking?

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It's always a good idea to view your student accommodation in Bristol before paying. Thus, you can request with one of our representatives, and they will arrange the virtual view tour of the housing as per your convenient date and time.

Q. Can I get a refund if I don't like my accommodation in Bristol?

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If you would like to change your student accommodation, we can do a room replacement for you within 60 days and provide another room. Otherwise, if you want a full refund, our agents will guide you on the refund policy, as the properties have their terms and conditions.

Q. Can non-students live in student accommodation in Bristol?

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The student accommodations in Bristol are designed and built keeping the student's needs and requirements in mind. These are provided for only registered university and college students. They are not available for non-students.

Q. What are the transport options available in Bristol near my accommodation?

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There are plenty of convenient ways to get in and around Bristol. There's an extensive public network system such as the bus, park & ride, train, e-bike and e-scooters.

Q. How do I get student rooms in Bristol for a short period?

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Regarding short-term rent in Bristol, each property will have its terms and conditions. So, if you want to find one, our agents at University Living will be the right source to find and suggest the type of accommodation you want in Bristol. They will help you with the process, and they are available all around the clock.