Badock Hall is a catered and self catered hall located in Stoke Bishop. Made up of a series of blocks connected by footpaths set in leafy surroundings. On each floor of the buildings there can be up to 13 bedrooms, plus a shared bathroom and pantry. The hall also has lots of communal social and study areas.
Churchill Hall is a large catered hall in Stoke Bishop. Made up of the large quad buildings, the newer MPQR blocks and the annex of The Holmes, the hall offers a range of room options and has a number of spacious social areas. The University’s botanical gardens are also based on the grounds.
Durdham Hall is a self-catered residence situated in Stoke Bishop, with good social spaces and facilities. It has en suite rooms, all set within a traditional quad-style building divided into flats.
Hiatt Baker Hall was built in 2014 and consists of blocks of flats all with en suite bedrooms, and spacious townhouses.
University Hall is a self-catered hall in our North Residential Village. Made up of two main types of accommodation, the majority are blocks of flats with single bedrooms and there are also some chalet style flats with en suite bedrooms. It is set in a quiet location and is a short walk to the transport hub.
Wills hall is a catered hall in Stoke Bishop. It consists of three main blocks of accommodation, the old quad, XYZ block and UVW block which together form the new quad. The hall has lots of communal and social areas, and plenty of green space surrounding it too.
Clifton Hill House
Clifton Hill House is a catered hall in Clifton, and home to our global community. The main house dates from the 18th century and has been used as a residence since the University was founded in 1909. Students now live in more recent buildings within the grounds of the house.
Goldney Hall is a self-catered hall in the Clifton area. The hub of the Hall is the 18th century Goldney House which was purchased by the University in 1956. Student accommodation is arranged in more recently-built blocks, divided into flats. The hall is set in beautiful landscaped gardens.
Hillside Woodside is located just across the Clifton Suspension Bridge in an area known as Leigh Woods. It is made up of two large, connected houses with two kitchens, multiple bathrooms and around 30 student rooms. The house is surrounded by woods, parklands and mountain bike trails and has fantastic views across the city.
Just a short walk away from the University campus, Manor Hall is made up of two different buildings, the Georgian main building and Sinclair House, a newer block that resembles a row of brightly coloured terraced houses.
Includes Richmond Terrace & Queen’s Road.
Student Houses is comprised of Redland Road, St. Michael’s Hill, St. Michael’s Park and Woodland Road. These are all centrally located student house style residencies that offer a more independent style of living as compared the traditional halls of residence. They are all in close walking distance of the university precinct and offer a more homely feel than larger halls.
Winkworth House was purpose built in 1994. It was designed to resemble a row of terraced houses, which make up five blocks of accommodation. The house is in a mainly residential area, and offers a quiet and homely environment, whilst being close to the city centre and Harbourside area.
Recently refurbished in 2017, Colston Street offers en suite self-catered accommodation for over 100 students in the heart of the city centre and just 15 minutes walk from the University campus.
The Courtrooms is a self-catered residence for undergraduate and postgraduate students. It offers high-quality en suite rooms in modern flats, right in the heart of Bristol’s vibrant city centre, and won an award for being the best private halls provider 2016.
The Hawthorns has been a residence for the University of Bristol since its purchase in 1991 and was fully refurbished in 2010. Based at the heart of the University campus, it offers excellent access to the University during the day and a quiet, residential location on evenings and weekends.
New Bridewell is a self-catered residence for undergraduate students, based in the heart of Bristol’s city centre. It offers high-quality en suite and studio accommodation in a modern setting. New Bridewell is newly built and opened for the first time in 2016.
Northwell House was purpose built as self-catered student accommodation in 1990, and is based around one mile from the University campus just off the vibrant Gloucester Road. It is made up two large blocks, divided into flats and with a shared common room.
Orchard Heights is a self-catered residence for both postgraduate and undergraduate students. It offers modern en suite rooms arranged in flats in a large building centred around a courtyard area, and benefits from being close to the University and the city centre.
Riverside: Favell House
Favell House is one of our City Centre Riverside residences, just moments away from Waverley House and The Rackhay. Together, these three properties are home to around 550 undergraduates and share social spaces and events, all moments from Bristol’s beautiful harbourside.
Riverside: The Rackhay
The Rackhay is one of our City Centre Riverside residences, just moments away from Waverley House and Favell House. Together, these three properties are home to around 550 undergraduates and share social spaces and events, all moments from Bristol’s beautiful harbourside.
Riverside: Waverley House
Waverley House is one of our City Centre Riverside residences, just moments away from The Rackhay and Favell House. Together, these three properties are home to around 550 undergraduates and share social spaces and events, all moments from Bristol’s beautiful harbourside.
Unite House is made up of a large block of accommodation, arranged into flats, that surrounds a central courtyard area. It has a popular and well-used common room and social area, and is within walking distance of the city centre and University.