Best Student Accommodation, Bristol

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Bristol is a diverse, lively city that is full of different cultures. It is home to over 53,000 students spread between 2 universities and 78 halls.

The vibrant city is a great place for every type of student. You can take in the incredible street art around the city and enjoy the variety of food offered from a range of food trucks, restaurants, cafes and markets. There is an abundance of high street shops on Park Street and Gloucester Road and students love a vintage bargain at the stalls in St Nick’s market. The famous Clifton Suspension Bridge is a must for all students to visit when in Bristol and a great place to take the family when they visit. Bristol is full of green spaces with Chew Valley and Clifton Downs being some of the most popular among students. The city also has an energetic nightlife and a variety of live music events.

The average cost of student accommodation in Bristol is around 28% more expensive than the national average (we've tracked costs for private and uni halls over the last 12 months) and the cost of living is around 17% less expensive than London. (Numbeo)

You can find out everything you need to know about student halls and accommodation in Bristol here.

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