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Accommodation in Bristol
King Square offers a range of fully furnished studios
On-site gym, games room & cinema room
Only a 15-minute walk to the University of Bristol
Applying to Goldney Hall
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day experiences online
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Face-to-face small group teaching and mentoring with new innovative and engaging online teaching and learning.
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Goldney is exactly the same as every other bristol halls, expect you pay a lot more for it. The nice rooms you see on the website are not the reality. Expect more of a prison vibe, with less windows. The grounds are nice, but ask yourself - how much do u really wanna walk around a scenic garden in the rain. The bar is out of service, and the social areas of flats have to be kept clear in case of fire, so you're pretty much limited to the kitchen (if you're lucky enough to have working lights that is). A lot of the bathrooms are also out of action/only work intermittently. If you went to private school and like d n b, then this is the halls for you. It has somehow got the reputation as the nice halls, possibly because there's a cat, but I really wouldn't recommend it. Go to a cheaper halls and save your money.
Absolutely beautiful! Just the experience of living there, being able to walk round the gardens to relax or sit in the sun is worth every lack of star here. The cleaners we had were pretty grumpy, but all the other staff were hugely friendly, and really supportive in crises. Great location if you don't mind a hill (and at least you get leg muscles). If I had to choose all over again I'd go wholeheartedly for Goldney.