Student Accommodation Bristol

Student Accommodation in Bristol

Student housing in Bristol is constantly popping up due to the growing 44,000 students choosing to study in the city. Whether you’re looking near the University of Bristol or near the University of the West of England, you’re bound to find something to suit your taste.

From one bedroom student apartments to anything upwards of six bedroom house shares, UniHomes have got you sorted. Bristol's students have a number of property perks to chose from, such as beautiful terraced houses, newly fitted kitchens, and some even boasting open plan kitchen living. Double bedrooms are the most common option in student properties, with is a great bonus if you chose to live in Bristol.

Being a Student in Bristol

Student life in Bristol is always lively. The city was named the best place to live in the UK in 2017, and Bristol is one of the country's most vibrant cities. Its buzzing student community makes it a great place to study, with outstanding nightlife, an extensive collection of indie restaurants and cafes, and an admirable culture. 

Student nights are happening every night of the week, so meeting friends and having a good time won’t be hard to come by. From cheesy pop to alternative music, there’s bound to be a night suited to your taste. Gigs, productions and concerts are always packed into the calendar, with the Hippodrome, O2 Academy and St George’s always having something exciting on.

Bristol has a bunch of cheap things to do to keep you busy whilst being a student. From art galleries and museums, to boatyards and walking tours, students are never at a loose end. Spike Island Gallery is free to enter all year round, and hosts exhibitions from many celebrated and renowned artists. With Banksy being from the city, there are plenty of his works dotted around the city to visit, and there are even walking tour apps to discover more. If shopping is more your style, visiting the local high street will keep you entertained for hours.

Bristol’s known for being the UK’s first ever European Green Capital back in 2015. With an efficient waste and resource strategy, notable use of renewable energy, and abundance of green spaces in the city (over 400), Bristol’s green status makes it perfect for outdoorsy types. 

University of Bristol Student Accommodation 

Located close to the City Centre, accommodation for the University of Bristol is always in close proximity to useful amenities, with plenty of pubs and bars are only a short walk away. Student housing options are usually based in Kingsdown, Redland and Bishopston, but with great transport links, you’d be sorted living a bit further afield.

University of the West of England Accommodation 

The University of the West of England's students will find that Filton, Horfield or Fishponds are the best areas to look if you want to live close to campus. With the student's union being based on campus, you'll never be far from the action. The University is a bit further out from the City Centre, but is still only a 25-minute bus ride away if you’d rather live closer to the action. 

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