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I have a offer for Bristol, applying for accommodation and was wondering if anyone could give some advice on where’s best to apply for?
Original post by Flo.4
I have a offer for Bristol, applying for accommodation and was wondering if anyone could give some advice on where’s best to apply for?

I would say first figure your budget and what prices you can pay for, and then figure out whether you want an ensuite, a single room, a single room with a basin, where your lectures will be, is also important as you might want an accommodation near there and then go from there. If you tell me your preferences I could probably tell you what are the best accommodation!

Also I have attached a link for Bristol accommodation which has all the prices, the room types as well and everything: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/accommodation/about/costs/cost-by-residence/
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Original post by Flo.4
I have a offer for Bristol, applying for accommodation and was wondering if anyone could give some advice on where’s best to apply for?

Without knowing your preferences it's going to be difficult for anyone to make suggestions!
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Original post by martin7
Without knowing your preferences it's going to be difficult for anyone to make suggestions!

Sorry haha just social and en-suite. Any knowledge on goldney?
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Original post by Anonymous
I would say first figure your budget and what prices you can pay for, and then figure out whether you want an ensuite, a single room, a single room with a basin, where your lectures will be, is also important as you might want an accommodation near there and then go from there. If you tell me your preferences I could probably tell you what are the best accommodation!
Also I have attached a link for Bristol accommodation which has all the prices, the room types as well and everything: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/accommodation/about/costs/cost-by-residence/

Do you know is riverside sociable?
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Original post by Anonymous
I would say first figure your budget and what prices you can pay for, and then figure out whether you want an ensuite, a single room, a single room with a basin, where your lectures will be, is also important as you might want an accommodation near there and then go from there. If you tell me your preferences I could probably tell you what are the best accommodation!
Also I have attached a link for Bristol accommodation which has all the prices, the room types as well and everything: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/accommodation/about/costs/cost-by-residence/

Budget isn’t really an issue, but I was thinking en-suite self catered and very sociable. Thank you so much for your help!!
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Original post by Anonymous
I would say first figure your budget and what prices you can pay for, and then figure out whether you want an ensuite, a single room, a single room with a basin, where your lectures will be, is also important as you might want an accommodation near there and then go from there. If you tell me your preferences I could probably tell you what are the best accommodation!
Also I have attached a link for Bristol accommodation which has all the prices, the room types as well and everything: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/accommodation/about/costs/cost-by-residence/

Hi! I'm an international Bristol law offer holder and I was also wondering about accom! My budget is around 9000 pounds and ideally I'd have a 38 week lease with a newer residence closer to the city. What do you think is the best accom for me?
Original post by Zachary C
Hi! I'm an international Bristol law offer holder and I was also wondering about accom! My budget is around 9000 pounds and ideally I'd have a 38 week lease with a newer residence closer to the city. What do you think is the best accom for me?
Look on the link above. However, from my own recent research, east and west villages would be best for you. Then make your choices based on what you like the look of. Just remember that you aren't guaranteed any of your choices - but you will get a room somewhere for your first year.

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