Student Accommodation Bristol
Finding student accommodation in Bristol has never been easier with our amazing team of accommodation experts at your disposal. All you have to do is contact us and let us know what your idea of a perfect student room is and we’ll handle the rest!
Why Book Student Accommodation in Bristol?
The city’s total population is estimated to be more than half a million with almost 50,000 students inside the city. Bristol is a real treasure for students thanks to its high-level language institutions, colleges, and universities; for example, the City of Bristol College, University of Bristol, and the University of the West of England. It is also only 90 minutes away from London which makes it a central and important location for students looking to experience more than just studying in the city.
Bristol also has a lot of free and cheap things you can do as a student to enjoy your time. Bristol City Museum is one of the places that you can visit; it is in the heart of the University district of Bristol and it includes everything from the normal stuffed animals to Egyptian mummies and art galleries and exhibitions. The museum also has a small cafe in front of the kids' area for a quick cup of coffee during your visit. The Clifton suspension bridge is the landmark of the city and it is, of course, free if you wish to visit the bridge and walk around it, you can. You should try and visit Clifton Village; it is a beautiful village that is just a 5-minute drive from the city, a quick visit won’t cost much and you can visit the Clifton Observatory and the Zoo while you are there. Universities in Bristol
All our accommodation options are within less than a 20-minute walk from the university.
There are several bus stops nearby as well as shops, restaurants and cafes.
The iconic Cabot Tower is a 10-minute walk away from the university.
A short ride from our accommodation options will take you to the college in no time.
An array of restaurants and cafes surround the campus as well as transport links for easy access.
A 10-minute walk will take you to Bristol Aquarium and The Bristol Wheel.
A short ride by public transport from our accommodation options will easily take you to the university.
There are several bus stops near the campus for easy access as well as many cafes and restaurants.
Make sure you marvel at the beauty of Splatts Abbey Wood just a 10-minute walk away.
UWE Bristol’s International College is right next to the university campus.
Our student rooms are either within a short walk or ride away by public transport.
Transport links surround the university as well as plenty of restaurants and cafes.
The beautiful Temple Gardens are right next to the university as well as The Red Lodge Museum, just a 20-minute walk away.
1. Is Bristol cheap for students?
Even though it’s considered to be one of the least affordable cities in the UK, Bristol is still considered cheaper than other cities with an average weekly budget of £102 while London, on the other hand, requires £135 on a weekly basis for average living costs.
2. Where do most students live in Bristol?
One of the most popular student areas in Bristol is Gloucester Road since it’s crawling with cafes, restaurants and shops.
Transportation In Bristol
If you intend to live in Bristol as a student, you are definitely concerned about transportations. First Bus is the main bus operator in Bristol with many bus stops close to university campuses. Traveline is a good app you can use to plan your transportations inside the city and if you are a cycling lover, you can plan your cycling trip and check the maps for cycling roads on betterbike website. There are also a number of boat companies that operate in Bristol: Bristol Ferry Boats is the most popular of them.
What are Some Must-Visit Places in Bristol?
Bristol has a lot of festivals, some of which are international and fun to visit. Bristol Balloon Fiesta is one of these festivals; it attracts hot air balloons from all over the world and it is the largest hot air balloon festival in Europe. It is held yearly in August. Another good festival is the Bristol Harbour Festival; It is the biggest festival in the city and it’s been ongoing for more than 45 years now. It includes a great combination of music stages, food markets, water display teams, dance areas, and circus acts.
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1. How much do the rooms cost?
The average cost of a student room in Bristol is £150 per week for a single room. Other room types including en-suites, studios, and flats are available as well.
2. Do you have studios /ensuites available?
Each building has its own range of room types varying between single rooms, en-suites, studios, twin rooms, shared flats, and private flats.
3. Can I pay in installments?
Yes, you can pay in installments; however, some providers could require you to have a UK guarantor. Ask your accommodation expert for help if you are not sure.
4. How many people will be in the same apartment /unit with me?
This depends on the room type you choose, you can choose in a private room, studio, or flat, and you can choose to share a flat with 1-6 other students or share a room with 1-3 other students.
5. How to complete my booking?
Once you enquire on our website, one of our accommodation experts will contact you to proceed with your booking for your chosen room or offer you alternatives if the room is not available for your dates. To enquire, simply choose a room and click on the " Enquire" button, then fill the inquiry form you see in front of you.
6. What anti-COVID measures are in place at student accommodations in Bristol?
Most providers now have intensified cleaning and sanitizing measures of student rooms and communal areas while other providers provide weekly cleaning free of charge. Ask your accommodation expert for details on the COVID measures implemented in your building.
7. Can a tour be arranged for student rooms in Bristol?
Almost all providers have the option of online viewings through Skype or Zoom while other providers offer virtual tours of the property so you can get to know your new home.
8. Who can book with Casita?
All university students over the age of 18 can book with Casita and if you are under 18, contact our accommodation experts to find you properties that accept students under 18.