Richmond Terrace West Residential Village
30-35 Richmond Terrace is a row of terraced houses, converted to flats that provide en suite accommodation for 92 students. The residence is split across a number of floors and also has a shared common room. Residents at Richmond Terrace are affiliated with Manor Hall and have use of the facilities there too.
From £162 per week
Images and video of Richmond Terrace
Photography is representative - room layout, contents and furnishings may vary.
Location of Richmond Terrace
Getting to the campus
- 0.7 miles from campus
- Approximately 14 minutes walk
- Approximately 7 minutes cycle
30-35 Richmond Terrace, Clifton, BS8 1AD
One of our West Village Residences, which are largely based in and around the Clifton area. Clifton is a popular and picturesque suburb of Bristol known for its Georgian architecture, cafe culture and green spaces. Covering a fairly wide area, from the University campus to the Suspension Bridge, Clifton offers a mixed selection of busy shopping and nightlife areas as well as quiet residential areas. Students living in our West Village Residences have access to a 24/7 Student Support Centre based in Clifton Hill House.
Fees for 18/19
|Room types available||Accommodation fee||Weekly fee|
|Self-catered en-suite room (bands 2 & 3)||£6133.20 - £6327.38||£161.40- £166.51|
The tenancy is a fixed term contract of 38 weeks (23 September 2018 - 15 June 2019) and covers the duration of the academic year.
Find out more about what's included in your fees and the additional costs that are payable.
- Meal card option available
- Owned and managed by the University of Bristol
- Not suitable for students who need assistance evacuating in an emergency
- Flats of 4 to 7 students, arranged over 5 floors (no lifts)
- All rooms en suite
- Kitchen/diners shared by 4-7 students
- All beds single size
- Internet access (ResNet) in rooms
- Bike storage (additional cost for insurance)
- Common room
Contact us about this residence
Tel: +44 (0)117 428 2140
Acting Wardens: Rachel Paterson and Scott Greenwell Student Support Adviser: Nikki Press
Please note that student support service in residences is under review. Details of the proposed model for the 2018/19 academic year can be found on our student support pages.
Arranging a viewing: you can visit some residences on open days. To visit at any other time please contact the student support adviser for each residence.