Richmond Terrace West Residential Village

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, it also has a shared common room but it does not have a lift. Residents at Richmond Terrace are affiliated with Manor Hall and have use of the facilities there too.

From £172 per week

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

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.

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Accommodation fees for 2021/22

Room types availableAvailable bedsWeekly feeTotal fee

En suite - Basic

En suite - Standard

Studio

25

68

1

£171.50

£176.50

£210

£6,517

£6,707

£7,980


 

The tenancy is a fixed term contract of 38 weeks - 18 September 2021 to 11 June 2022 and covers the duration of the academic year. You must ensure you have familiarised yourself with the terms and conditions of accepting a tenancy with us and are prepared to pay rent for the full tenancy duration before you proceed with your accommodation application.

Find out more about what's included in your fees and the payments dates your tenancy will contractually require you to follow.

Accommodation details

How to apply

To apply for this residence you will need to add it as one of your preferences when making your accommodation application. Choice of residence is not guranteed and rooms are not allocated on a first come first served basis. Every applicant stands an equal chance of being allocated one of their preferences. See our information on choosing your preferences for more information.

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