Stoke Bishop locations
Set in landscaped grounds in leafy Stoke Bishop, Badock is a purpose-built hall of residence, the Severn Room is a spacious, well-appointed function room.
A modern hall of residence with substantial open space. As the name suggests, the hall is named after Winston Churchill, a past chancellor of the University.
The Holmes and Botanic Gardens
The Holmes is a beautiful arts and crafts style large residential house built in 1879 that shares its grounds with the University's 1.7 hectare Botanic Garden. During the planning of the Normandy landings in 1944, The Holmes was used as a base for top US Army generals and today the house functions as a University hall of residence and small conference centre.
Coombe Dingle's 38 acre site caters for all the sporting needs of the University of Bristol students. It has numerous facilities, including artificial pitches, cricket squares and nets, grass pitches for football and rugby, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, a lacrosse pitch, netball courts, an Olympic weight lifting room, softball and rounders facilities and a pavilion, lounge bar and meeting rooms.
Hiatt Baker Hall
Nestled into the landscape of the Downs, Hiatt Baker is the largest student residence on the Stoke Bishop site. Consisting of two eras of building, the first a set of blocks built in the 1960s, and the second more recently added in 2014.
Wills Hall is one of the University’s best kept secrets. Set in beautiful grounds and built in the Strawberry Hill Gothic style, it has the look of a building much older than it really is. It was built around a quadrangle in the great tradition of academic buildings, and wouldn’t look out of place in Oxford or Cambridge. Enter through the imposing oak door and inside you’ll find a magnificent oak panelled banqueting room. In the grounds you’ll find a small chapel.