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Applying to Manor Hall
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 17th & 18th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They plan to deliver as much in-person learning as possible, including lectures, seminars, and laboratories on campus. They’ll retain some of the more effective elements of blended learning that have been well received by students. They require all staff and students to wear a face-covering inside buildings on campus.
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Rooms are big and location is perfect, but the building is definitely old and could really do with a little touch up - even if it is cheap it is pretty crusty and grim, especially the bathrooms. My room wasn’t cleaned thoroughly moving in, but kitchen and bathroom are cleaned regularly. Don’t go to manor hall if you aren’t prepared to live with tons of people - I shared with 13 and it feels as if there isn’t enough space in the kitchen to manage such a high number of people and it’s difficult to maintain relationships/manage cleaning or talk about issues with so many. Some of the social spaces are lacking - the website advertises a bar that may as well not exist! The wifi is inconsistent and can be frustrating when doing anything other than studying, with online classes it is not great. The water pressure and temperature fluctuate and the water is barely drinkable at times!! It really could be better for what I paid, even when keeping in mind it is an older property.
Being in Halls during Covid was always going to be strange, but I feel SO at home at Manor. It's such a beautiful community of people and I'm going to be so upset to leave. The rooms are huge (and if you're facing the right way you have the best view in Bristol), and I haven't met anyone who wasn't lovely. If you're thinking of Manor (and aren't going for the massive, city, party vibe like Hiatt Baker) then definitely go for it. You'll have an incredible first year experience here.
Quality baked beans on toast is all I’m going to say. Ground 00 west you have my heart
One of the best Student Halls - Traditional, Social, and good fun! Get involved with Drama, Music room, Run club! Students Union is 5 minutes away, and another 10 minutes to campus. In the heart of clifton village, yet best priced, huge rooms with amazing views. The staff are all very helpful too.
Manor Hall is underrated. Its one of the closest halls to uni, so no buses involved, can walk into Clifton village, cabot and whiteladies. Also just up the road from Clifton triangle which has loads of clubs and shops so you're sorted, everyones really sociable, Clifton and goldney are down the road and the BIGGEST ROOMs in Bristol.
No facilities, awkward jcr committee and next to beautiful Clifton Hill House.
I've been in Manor for 2 months now and I'm having the time of my life! I love the halls, I'm involved with Manor Amateur Dramatics (who put on two shows a year), I get on with me 12 person flat really well and in general I love it! The location is great, a 10 minute walk to my classes and a 5 minute walk to all the clubs on the triangle! I would definitely say that Manor Hall is the best halls of residence overall in Bristol!
Just amazing tbh just the right size so you know or at least recognise basically everyone. They also have lots of activities on to get involved with and some f*** good formals, never want to leave
Yeah it's a bit old but decent, dead close to everywhere and the JCR have tons going on
Top banter in manor can't be beaten, Love Melvy
Really the best hall in Bristol
Had the best time in manor as a fresher. It has a very chilled out vibe, lots of good nights out and in but also lots of people who actually want to get their work done! A good balance let's say.
Absolutely amazing place, without doubt the best hall. Has the most perfect location, beautiful area, no buses to catch and amazing social life. Rooms are huge in the main building, amazing veiws and beautiful gardens too. There really is no negative at all about it.