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Group accommodation in Bristol

If you plan to visit Bristol during the summer months and need overnight accommodation, you should know the University of Bristol offers rooms at very competitive rates.

For 2014 the University can provide group accommodation at Goldney Hall, located in Clifton Village and The Holmes, located in Stoke Bishop. Both these Halls offer group accommodation on a self-catered basis.

Accommodation is available from 5th July - 14th September 2014.

Please note that all of our accommodation is for a minimum stay of three nights. At the Holmes the minimum number of rooms that can be booked is 20. At Goldney Hall guests must book either a 6 or 8 bedroom flat.

For all other accommodation please try:

Visit Bristol

Regency Hotel Bristol

Avon Gorge Hotel

Clifton Hotel Group

Clifton House Hotel

The University also has a useful link for local accommodation.

If you need group accommodation outside of our letting period you could try Clifton Quarters.

Students from any educational establishment looking for accommodation over the summer should contact the Accommodation Office. All contracts are for a minimum of one week.

For further information please see our Frequently asked questions page

The Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol

Visiting Bristol

The Bristol area has much to offer visitors, who find an interesting mix of business, cultural and leisure opportunities in this busy, modern, regional centre.

There is a strong sense of history in the city, with plenty of evidence of a rich maritime trading past, although today the inner city docks are largely devoted to leisure and cultural pursuits, with waterfront cafes, bars and galleries.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel left large footprints on the city. His famous Clifton suspension bridge spans the Avon Gorge, and his iron ship, the SS Great Britain, has been lovingly restored in the dry dock where she was built.

For further information on Bristol please refer to the following webpage. City of Bristol