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Student Accommodation in Bristol

Bristol is brimming with vibrant cultural hotspots, buzzing nightlife and a friendly, community-focused atmosphere. Renowned for its music and art scenes and its many festivals, you can expect to have a jam-packed diary all year round.

A student city

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Getting to Know Bristol

It’s easy to see why so many students opt for student housing in Bristol each year. The city is steeped in history, with the M Shed museum, at the heart of the redeveloped Waterfront area, offering an entry point to its social and industrial heritage.

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Bites in Bristol

You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to cafes. Whether you’re looking for a little pick-me-up in between lectures, a study-spot or the perfect place for a coffee date, the city’s got you covered. Falafel fans and vegans rejoice!

3 spaces in Bristol

  • Print Hall

    Exclusive to Bristol Uni students, Print Hall is in the centre of one of the UK’s top university cities with the station right next door. You’ve got a 1,000+ ways to do you, right on your doorstep.

    Choose shared accommodation or your own studio flat – either way, you get a private bathroom. And with 260+ students in one place, good friends are easy to find, our sister building, Print Hall II, is just next door. Even more people to meet!

    Please contact the University of Bristol’s Student Accommodation office. (not Yugo) to secure your place. 

    Closest university: University of Bristol
  • Print Hall II

    Exclusive to Bristol Uni students, Print Hall II is no second choice! Next door to our sister building Print Hall, you’ve got double the opportunity to find your tribe.

    One of the UK’s top university cities, Bristol is to student life what our on-site gym is to muscles. It's the place to be. As an added bonus, the mainline station and shops of Cabot Circus are just a short stroll away.

    All our rooms are en-suite. Share a space or fly solo in a studio flat. It’s all about choice. 

    Please contact the University of Bristol's Student Accommodation office (not Yugo) to secure your place.

    Closest university: University of Bristol
  • The Courtrooms

    If the idea of being seconds from campus appeals, get your name on the list! Exclusive to Bristol Uni students, The Courtrooms takes the friction out of morning lectures. And when you tap out for the day, the city’s many extracurricular activities are on your doorstep.

    Cabot Circus is close by: a mecca of high street and designer brands. You can eat there too, but being in one of the UK’s top student cities, we suggest exploring. There’ll be places you love, whatever you’re into.

    Please contact the University of Bristol’s Student Accommodation office. (not Yugo) to secure your place.


Study & Live in Bristol

The two major universities in the city, Bristol University and UWE Bristol, are renowned for their educational excellence, with the former establishment regularly being ranked among the top 50 universities in the world, and the latter having earned a Gold rating, the highest available, for its teaching by the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF). So if you’re looking for student accommodation in Bristol because you’re set to come here for your studies, you should know it’s a city with a rich heritage of undergraduate and postgraduate success.

In naming it the Best Place to Live in the UK, the Sunday Times praised Bristol’s mix of scenery, culture, food and drink, saying the city’s relatively small size and global feel added to its unique appeal. Perhaps best of all about Bristol is its location, which provides easy access to the seaside, countryside and city, depending on where it is you feel like exploring. Its unique balance with nature and community focus on sustainability led to Bristol becoming the first city in the UK to be named a European Green Capital, further enhancing its environmental credentials.

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Our Spaces

Studying here next year? Look no further! We've got two great options for student accommodation in Bristol to suit you. The Courtrooms is a building right in the heart of the action, across from the iconic Christmas Steps and Bristol Waterfront. Print Hall, meanwhile, is among the newest student housing in Bristol, just minutes from the incredible shopping at Cabot Circus. Both are exclusively available to students studying at the University of Bristol.

At both our Spaces we have a number of different rooms available across studio and en suite types, all of which include private storage space, bed, study area and en suite, linking to a shared social space where you can hang out with friends or make some new ones. It really is the best of both worlds.

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The Rooms

Room types for our student accommodation in Bristol, range from the Standard and Classic options through to beautifully spacious Large and Deluxe options, some of which comes with an extended wet room en suite. The Courtrooms building has a downstairs study and social space - perfect for escaping the busy university library, or unwinding after a long day. At Print Hall, you can also add a well-equipped gym and sunny outdoor courtyard to the list of shared spaces to enjoy.

Whether you’re a sociable type who dreams of living with your mates in a beautiful en-suite apartment or you prefer the idea of having a private room to yourself, contact our friendly team to find out more about living at these amazing properties or to make a booking now. Or you can use the links further down this page to look at the variety of rooms and cost options we have available to suit your individual needs and budget.

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An independent city with a thriving art scene

Bristol is brimming with exhilarating adventures just waiting to be enjoyed. St Nick's Market offers you the perfect opportunity to seek out handmade gifts and vintage clothes, while Gloucester Road and Stokes Croft each boast tons of independent shops to get lost in. The city centre is also very popular by night, with lots of restaurants, pubs and clubs to choose from, depending on your taste. You’ll always have plenty of things to eat, drink, wear and dance to, no matter where in the city you go.

Sights to take in around the city include the Clifton Suspension Bridge, the Wills Memorial Building, St Mary Redcliffe Church and the famous Clifton Lido, where you can still go for a dip if you’re brave enough to try and handle the temperature!

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