Accommodation in Bristol
Centre Gate offers stylish studios and apartments
Excellent location, communal lounge & fully furnished
Only a 12-minute walk to University of Bristol
Applying to The Hawthorns
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 21st - 25th June
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Students should continue studies online unless your course requires you to attend in-person teaching until the Spring vacation (29 March) in line with government restrictions and local PHE advice.
Read The Hawthorns Reviews
In my time at the Hawthorns, the people in my kitchen were horrendously antisocial to the point where they continued to steal my cookware and cutlery despite me notifying them about my sensitive allergies. Having reported this the staff did next to nothing about it which forced me to purchase a lock and chain to lock my cupboard. On top of this the halls always smell, are inadequately cleaned, continuously have wifi problems and just recently there has been a wasp infestation in my room. The location only partially makes up for the obviously under-planned or simply poorly designed building due to the fact its interior resembles a labyrinth. Residents are forced to trek up and down countless flights of stairs and through difficult-to-navigate corridors. The Clifton Wing is the most puzzling as it connects to the main building via what would appear to be a make-shift bridge with absolutely no easy or short way of exiting the building. Horrifying experience.