Chantry Court East Residential Village

Chantry Court is a self-catered Unite Students residence in the heart of the city centre. Chantry Court offers you the opportunity to meet a wide group of students and benefits from being close to the University and the city centre.

From £7972

  • 226 places
  • 0.7 miles to campus
  • Self-catered

Note that Chantry Court is a nomination residence. This means that you apply to live here and are allocated a room via the University, but that the provider (Unite Students) is your landlord and you pay your rent to them.

Images of Chantry Court

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

Location of Chantry Court

Getting to the campus

  • 0.7 miles from campus
  • Approximately 14 minutes walk
  • Approximately 6 minutes cycle

Denmark Street, Bristol, BS1 5DH

This accommodation is part of the East Residential Village. Home to nearly 4,000 students, the East Residential Village is based in and around Bristol city centre. Residences are within walking distance of the University campus, and benefit from an endless supply of shops, cafes and bars. Nearby shopping centres include Cabot Circus, The Galleries and Broadmead, which together have over 500 stores, cafes and restaurants. Students can immerse themselves in city life by having the best of Bristol’s nightlife and bustling Harbourside on their doorstep. Students living in our East Residential Village have access to the Student Support Centre based in The Hawthorns. Find out more about living in the East Residential Village.

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Accommodation costs and terms for 22/23

For Chantry Court, you pay a £250 advanced payment to Unite on accepting your offer. Unite will be your landlord. 

Room types availableAvailable bedsTenancy lengthTotal fee
Single – basic 36 50 week £7,972.00
En suite – basic 28 50 week £9,086.50
En suite – classic 123 50 week £9,357.50
En suite – premium  19 50 week £9,653.50
Studio – classic  20 50 week £11,357.00

Tenancy dates: 10 September 2022 to 25 August 2023. The tenancy is a fixed term contract.

Room types: understand what our room types mean.

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.

Further information

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