With a reputation for vibrancy and creativity, Bristol is as cool as the company founded there in 2003: Student Cribs. Our Bristol student houses keep the cool vibe in check. Ideally sized, Bristol boasts all of the action of a big city, fit into an area small enough to feel familiar and explore by bike or on foot. With a buzzing music scene and diverse nightlife, year-round calendar of festivals, charming harbour-side, calming green-spaces and bustling city-centre with nearly 500 shops, it’s no surprise that the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England continue to attract students from the UK and farther afield. When not relaxing in your Bristol student house with friends, you certainly won’t be bored.
With over 52,000 students living in Bristol, student accommodation is spread across the cities between the two main universities.For the second year in a row, Bristol has been awarded Purple Flag status for night-time safety, and university security patrols areas close to campuses.Follow this link or more information about where to live in Bristol as a student.
Top Tips for Finding Student Accommodation in Bristol
Students in Bristol begin looking for their student accommodation early. Each year there is a big rush with lots of viewings from October. This lasts through to December and picks up again in January after the Winter break. All of our Student Cribs in Bristol are in high demand and book up early, so make sure to book a viewing early!
Student Cribs in Bristol
Student Cribs was founded in Bristol in 2003, when CEO Charlie Vaughan-Lee purchased his first property on Waverly Road in Redland. This six-bedroom house remains a popular Student Crib in Bristol, in addition to an eight-bedroom property on the same road and a seven-bedroom Student Crib in Clifton. Bristol’s Student Cribs, all of which are spacious with huge communal spaces, are ideal for large groups of friends looking for quality accommodation for their second and third years of university. Make sure to book your viewings early, as our student houses are snapped up fast! Student Cribs student lets in Bristol include all bills, and no fees or deposits are charged.
Best Things For Students To Do in Bristol There are lots of things for students to do in Bristol, with the city boasting a buzzing student scene. For an outdoors escape, you’ll love the Cabot Tower Hike, where 109 stairs bring you to an incredible vantage point of the city. If you’re still in need of an escape from the city and university life, a walk on the Downs will be sure to clear your head. Make sure to also get a snap of the Clifton Suspension Bridge, with an Instagram snap of this iconic feature serving as obligatory proof of your student status in Bristol. For the artsy folk, Watershed is the perfect combination of classic filmography and access to alcohol. A students dream! For more inspiration of how to fill your days as a Bristol student and how to maximise your time when not chilling out in your student house, we’ve rounded up 10 things every Bristol student has to do.