Badock Hall North Residential Village

Housing 430 students in Stoke Bishop, Badock Hall offers both catered and self-accommodation. It has a variety facilities including a library and study area, music and theatre room, common room, tennis courts, and plenty of surrounding green space.

From £6916

  • 430 places
  • 2.3 miles to campus
  • Catered and self-catered

Images of Badock Hall

Photography is representative – room layout, contents and furnishings may vary.

Location of Badock Hall

Getting to the campus

  • 2.3 miles from campus
  • Approximately 14 minutes cycle
  • Approximately 16 minutes bus journey

Stoke Park Road, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, BS9 1JQ

This accommodation is part of the North Residential Village. Home to around 2,500 students, the North Village is a campus of accommodation located two miles from the University campus. There is a regular bus service running to the University (bus passes are included in your accommodation fee). The site includes gardens and space for socialising and relaxing, and the Clifton Suspension Bridge, Avon Gorge, Ashton Court, and Leigh Woods are all within walking distance. Students living in the North Residential Village have access to the Student Support Centre based in Hiatt Baker Hall. Find out more about living in the North Residential Village.



Accommodation costs and terms for 2024/25

Room type

Grade of room


Available beds

Tenancy length

Student type

Total fee

En suite room  Basic Catered 9 38 weeks Undergraduate £9,653.14
En suite room  Standard Catered 2 38 weeks Undergraduate £10,296.86
Single room Basic  Catered 165 38 weeks Undergraduate £7,687.40
Single room with a basin Basic Catered 123 38 weeks Undergraduate £8,778.00
Single room with a basin Standard Self-catered 120 38 weeks Undergraduate £7,977.34
Twin room Basic Catered 4 38 weeks Undergraduate £6,916.00
Two bed flat (per person)   Catered 2 38 weeks Undergraduate £9,975.00
Single Standard Self-catered 5 51 weeks Postgraduate £10,545.78

Tenancy dates: 7 September 2024 to 31 May 2025 (38 week tenancies) and 7 September 2024 to 30 August 2024 (51 week tenancies). The tenancy is a fixed term contract.

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Tenancy and payment terms: You must read the terms and conditions of accepting a tenancy with us before you proceed with your accommodation application. Read about what's included in your fees and budgeting for your accommodation costs on our accommodation costs page and view a sample tenancy (PDF) for this residence detailing payment terms.

Accommodation details

How to apply

The University will allocate you a room and a residence, so it is not possible to request to live somewhere specific when you apply. See our information on completing an application for more information.

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