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Canvas The Malthouse, Bristol
Bronze Ensuite Mid - Bedroom
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Canvas The Malthouse, Bristol

Wilder St, Bristol, BS2 8QA, United Kingdom
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About the Property

Nestled in the heart of Bristol, The Malthouse Bristol at 29 Wilder St, BS2 8QA, Canvas Bristol presents a coveted address for student accommodation. Students seeking a premium living experience in Bristol student accommodation will find a variety of room options here, including Silver Studio Lower, Gold Ensuite Mid, and Platinum Studio Penthouse, among others. Notably situated close to prestigious institutions such as BIMM Bristol, TEG English Bristol, and the University of Bristol, The Malthouse Bristol asserts convenience and connectivity for its residents, underlining its popularity among the academic community.

Bristol, a pulsating city well-regarded for its exciting educational scene and cultural richness, serves as an ultimate destination for students worldwide. With a considerable student population, the city is replete with history, ranking high for academia and quality of life. Celebrated for landmarks like the Clifton Suspension Bridge and the Bristol Harbour, students residing at Canvas The Malthouse Bristol will experience the best of what this metropolis has to offer. Provided by renowned property management group, Canvas Greystar, The Malthouse, a top and exciting Bristol student accommodation signifies more than just a place to stay; it's a gateway to immerse in the city’s historic charm and to build a community among fellow students through social events and shared common areas. Choosing to live in Canvas The Malthouse Bristol is an exceptional opportunity to bask in the educational and cultural wealth of this illustrious city. Bristol is a melting pot of nationalities, and different personalities, and a hub of people from all age groups. This means that despite being away from home, students can still find their own little space with the help of Canvas Bristol student accommodation. It has something for everyone, whether you're an art buff, a fitness freak, culturally inclined, or a social bee. The city's history, nightlife, parks, museums, and tourist attractions make The Malthouse Bristol so sought-after

Features

Experience the epitome of comfort and convenience at Canvas The Malthouse Bristol. Fully Furnished rooms are available in numerous configurations, including Silver Studio Lower XL, Gold Ensuite Mid XL, Platinum Studio Penthouse XL, and more, providing a range of options for every preference and budget.

Residents at Canvas Bristol can enjoy the luxury of a double bed, desk, and chair, as well as a wardrobe. The bliss of regular workouts is at students' fingertips with the on-site Gym, featuring state-of-the-art equipment for an invigorating fitness routine.

The property also boasts vibrant social spaces where students can mingle with peers, build long-lasting friendships, and collaborate on projects. With on site and social events organized regularly, there is never a dull moment. The practicalities are taken care of too, with convenient laundry room facilities and serene outdoor spaces such as the courtyard and private dining room where one can relax or dine al fresco. The rood terrace gives it an elevated look. Students will be glad to know that their rent includes internet, water, electricity, gas, and gym expenses.


Location and What's Hot?


Canvas The Malthouse Bristol accommodation in this magnificent city is more than just a place to live—it's a launchpad for student life in a city brimming with culture and excitement. You're just outside your door from the aromatic coffees at Full Court Press and the mouth-watering delicacies at St Nicholas Market. Those with a taste for the international can sample the global cuisine served at Thali Restaurant and Molto Buono, or enjoy the nightlife buzz at popular bars like The Mothers' Ruin and Thekla, a nightclub on a boat!

Stocking up on essentials is effortless with Sainsbury's Central and Aldi just a short walk away. When it comes to health, students can rest easy knowing the Bristol Royal Infirmary is in proximity, ensuring peace of mind for both routine and emergency medical care. Rejuvenate your spirit by plunging into the green oasis of Castle Park or by taking a stroll through the historic College Green. If you're keen to discover Bristol’s vibrant history, the Brunel's SS Great Britain and the M Shed are must-see attractions that offer a deep dive into the local heritage of the city of Bristol.

Canvas The Malthouse Bristol sits amidst an exciting hub for learning. Whether you’re attending BIMM Bristol, TEG English Bristol, and the University of Bristol's multiple campuses, or any of the city’s distinguished institutions like the University of Law and EC Bristol English Language School, you're positioned to achieve academic success while soaking in the student vibe of Bristol. With its central location, Canvas The Malthouse Bristol student accommodation provides an unrivaled urban student living experience, where every day is an enriching journey through the cultural, culinary, and educational tapestry that makes Bristol so beloved by its student community.

Commute

The students staying at Canvas The Malthouse Bristol accommodation have the luxury of convenient transit options to explore and travel around the historical city of Bristol. Whether it's a quick jaunt to the university or a leisurely trip around town, multiple public transport stops ensure seamless connectivity. Nestled within a close-knit radius, the bus routes are accessible via nearby Stokes Croft (N2) and Bristol Bus Station (Bay 19) bus stops, while the Bristol Temple Meads railway station stands ready to whisk students to destinations further afield. With a tram system also in integration, tram lovers can hop on at the City Center Tram Stop. The proximity and variety of transport links provide an effortless commute experience for residents of Canvas The Malthouse Bristol, ensuring that the journey to their destination is as comfortable and stress-free as their stay.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Internet
Water
Electricity
Gas
Gym

Common Amenities

Gym
Social Spaces
Study Spaces
On-site And Virtual Events
Laundry Room
Roof Terreace

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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s included in the price?

All utility bills – water, electricity, gas, internet, gym, and use of all the social spaces – are included in the price. There are no hidden charges, what students see on their contract is what students pay (besides any damage to the room or fines students incur).

Am I allowed to have guests to stay?

Students are welcome to have guests through the daytime, and an overnight guest for a reasonable amount of nights. Students will need to get permission from management for an extended period. Management will need to provide a form of ID to check in through their resident portal, and students will be responsible for them throughout their stay. Please note, that students will also need written consent from management if their overnight guest is under 18 years of age.

How secure is the accommodation?

Accommodations have CCTV in and around each property, an electronic key entry system for the main entrance, common areas, each flat, and bedroom. There is also staff on site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Will I need to pay council tax?

In the UK, students are exempt from paying council tax –students won’t need to pay this, but if the council do mistakenly bill student, students will need to provide details to prove that student are in full-time education.

Do I need a TV license?

If students bring their own TV or want to watch or record programs as accommodations are shown live (including on mobile phones, tablets, or computers), students will need to apply and pay for a TV License. This also includes TVs provided by Canvas.

What if something in my flat breaks?

If students are having any problems with their room, a shared living space, or one of the communal areas, students have two options. Students can log the issue using the resident portal, providing details so the maintenance team can get this sorted for students as soon as possible. Alternatively, students can come down to reception and talk to a member of staff so management can log it on student's behalf.

Can I have pets?

Unfortunately, students are not allowed to keep any pets in their rooms or any shared living spaces.

What happens if I don’t get on with my new flat mates?

Accommodation wants the university experience to be as positive as possible – if students are having any issues with flat mates, please let us know. Management will do its best to help resolve any problems students might be having.

Can I receive post and parcels?

Each flat has its own lockable mailbox located in the lobby - room keycard will also give students access to this. If any larger packages or anything that requires a signature arrives for students, management holds onto it and lets students know via text or email so students can come and collect it. For security reasons, students will need to provide a photo ID and give a signature to confirm collection. The post will not be given out to other residents on their behalf without written authorization.

Can I live with my friends?

Accommodations are more than happy to accommodate groups as well as individuals. Let management know who students are planning to live with, and management do best to accommodate student in the same flat.

Am I allowed to live with a partner or friend? How much will it cost?

Two people can share some of the bigger studios at properties, which will add an additional £100 per week to the rent. Please contact us directly if this is something students like to organize. Please note, both inhabitants need to be full-time students, studying at least 20 hours per week.

Now that I don’t have access to the roost payments portal, how do I make rent payments?

If students are ready to pay their next installment or are catching up on an old payment, students can now make this via bank transfer.

How do I contact students about a maintenance item or repair?

The management site team is still around to assist with these requests - Please can students visit Reception to report a repair or maintenance request.

How do I collect my parcels?

The Parcel Tracker is still up and running, no changes here! Please use the same app and collect via Reception as usual.

I haven’t rebooked my room yet – can I still do this?

Management created some new flyers and posters with this information included, but just in case – come and speak to the team at Reception who will be more than happy to help students rebook.

Do I need a guarantor?

Accommodation needs details for a guarantor for every lease, even if students intend to pay in 1 installment. This is because management will take responsibility for any unpaid arrears or damage during their tenancy period. Students guarantor will need to be someone who is not in full-time education, or living in student housing.

Who can be my guarantor?

A student guarantor can be anyone not currently in full-time education. Accommodation do not need to be a UK resident either. Most residents use a parent, guardian, or family member. However, please note students can NOT act as their own guarantor.

Is there an age limit for booking the accommodation?

As a minimum age requirement, all Canvas residents need to have been or have turned 18 during their tenancy with us. This is due to the legally binding tenancy agreement that each resident is required to sign before arrival. Accommodation has no upper age limits , so long as the resident is in full-time education for the duration of their stay.

Do accommodation offer any discounts?

If students do pay in 1 installment, their total amount payable will be 2% cheaper than if students choose to pay in 2 installments. If students pay in 4 installments, their total amount payable will be 2% more expensive than if students choose, to pay in 2 installments.

What appliances and furniture are included in my room?

All rooms come with a bed, desk and chair. Extras such as kettles, toasters and lamps are not provided.

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Bristol Student Accommodation

Bristol encompasses all sorts of student accommodations, ranging from affordable to luxurious ensuites, shared apartments, and studio flats. All the student accommodations in Bristol are built with the motive of providing uber comfort to the students. We can further categorise Bristol student accommodations into halls of residencies, private halls of residencies, and private housing. Many Bristol student accommodation options are located near renowned universities such as the City of Bristol College, Bath College, University of Bath, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Bristol Language Centre, and many more. With amber, you can easily find the perfect student accommodation in Bristol, catering to your varied preferences. Student housing alternatives also include options for students looking for short-term accommodation in Bristol. The city has a lot to offer for anyone coming here with the aspiration to pursue their academic dream. If you want to make the best of your student living experience, you can consider Collegiate Tower, Zinc Quarter, and The Port On The Square, among others.

About Bristol

Bristol is one of the most charming and most prominent cities in England, United Kingdom. It is also one of the oldest cities in the world, stretching its history from two millennia. Founded after the country's early medieval history, Bristol has now turned into a beautiful metropolitan area located between two channels of the River Avon. The city boasts a vast financial sector as England's economic, transportation, and cultural trade epicentre. This way, Bristol has a wide range of importance in the country. Being the 10th largest populated city in England, Bristol is one of the most visited cities in the UK after London, Edinburgh, and Manchester. Bristol also shares its borders with nearby popular cities such as Bath, Newport, and Cardiff, making it a highly connected city. Besides, the city has a vibrant historical influence, allowing the town to enjoy a mixture of the early 19th and 20th centuries. Apart from this, the city has always had a very welcoming stance for international students. Every year, Bristol welcomes around 50,000 international students, making it one of England's most-liked international educational destinations. It provides specialised education in engineering, arts, fashion, and psychological science. Booking your private student accommodation in Bristol will leave you enchanted and lost in the town's scenic and cultural dynamism.

Best Student Accommodation in Bristol

In order to minimise the time and money spent on commuting, it is always wise for students to find Bristol student accommodation near the top universities. This can be quite challenging, particularly when seeking student accommodation in Bristol, as the city is home to a significant number of international students. Fortunately, for students pursuing higher education, there are several Bristol student accommodation options available in close proximity to the campus. Amber offers a range of student flats in Bristol, including suites, en-suites, studio apartments, and shared rooms. With a wide variety of housing options, students can easily find a suitable living arrangement that meets their individual needs. Following are the student accommodation Bristol you can consider:

1. Zinc Quarter

2. Vita Student Zed Alley

3. Stonebridge House

4. Studio 58

5. iQ Bristol

6. iQ Water Lane House 

7. Tamarillo House

8. Charlton Court

9. Centurion House

10. iQ Twerton Mill

Cost of Living in Bristol

Bristol is a vibrant city in the southwest of England. The cost of living in Bristol can be relatively high for a student, but it is certainly manageable. According to recent surveys, the average monthly living expenses for students in Bristol can range from £700-£1000. This estimate includes Bristol student accommodation, food, utilities, transportation, and leisure activities. However, the cost of living can vary depending on your lifestyle, accommodation preferences, and social activities. While looking for student accommodation in Bristol, you should consider the estimated cost of living:

1. Gas & Electricity (Utility Bills) - £150 - £200/month

2. Internet & Phone Bills - £33- £40/month

3. Dinner at an inexpensive restaurant - £15/meal

4. Travel & Conveyance - £100- £150/month

5. Clothing & Shoes - £200- £250/month

6. Grocery Bills - £50- £100/month

Student Travel Bristol

Discussing transportation options is crucial when considering living in Bristol. As part of the UK, Bristol has a well-connected and affordable transportation system that covers all major parts of the city. There are plenty of ways for students to get around the city, and their Bristol student accommodation is also in proximity to the city’s transport systems.

1. Bus: Bristol has three notable bus companies: Stagecoach Bus Services, Wessex Bus, and First West of England. With over 150 buses running around the clock, catching a bus from any part of the city is convenient.

2. Metro: Bristol is home to MetroWest, one of the oldest railway systems in the UK, dating back to 1987. The city has a well-established underground and suburban railway network that connects the city centre with all the surrounding areas, making it convenient to travel to any part of the city.

3. Boat: Bristol is renowned for its beautiful harbour, which offers a prominent water transport system in the city. The Bristol Ferry boat system connects to all the nearby ports, making it an exceptional experience for students who want to explore the city through water transport.

4. Cycle: Additionally, exploring the local parts of the city can also be done through cycling. Not only is it an excellent way to experience the town at your own pace, but it also gives you the freedom to choose your destination. Bristol offers cycling enthusiasts exclusive cycling areas such as the well-known Riverside Park.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Bristol

Bristol is a city with a reputation that precedes itself, particularly among international students, given its many dynamic features. With a range of vibrant spots catering to people of all ages, the town is an ideal place to live. Bristol is also a paradise for Instagram lovers. There are plenty of opportunities to indulge your inner shopaholic and explore the local city malls and shops. Over a dozen coffee shops can be found all around town, each offering a different type of caffeine fix. If you're a hardcore coffee lover, you must visit Full Court Press, Little Victories, New Cut Coffee, and Small Street Espresso.

As mentioned before, if you're in Bristol, a ferry tour of the harbour via Bristol Ferry Boats, which operates 364 days a year, is a must. Bristol's eateries will leave you in awe, as they offer a wide variety of cuisine and drinks from almost every corner of the world. The greenhouse is the perfect place to enjoy a drink while watching a football match, while Basement Nightclub, located right next to the City Centre, offers trendy disco beats. Don't miss out on the Gelato from Swoon if you have a sweet tooth. The Gelato Bar offers an incredible selection of desserts, pastries, and chocolate cakes. The Woky Ko: Cargo is a popular Chinese restaurant in the area, while St Nick's Market is the perfect place to satisfy your hunger for different cuisines. If you like to try different foods, all the places mentioned above have you covered.

Bristol Tourist Attractions

Bristol, located in the southwest of England, is a city that has been captivating tourists from all over the world with its rich history, diverse culture, and breathtaking sights. The city is a hub of creativity, boasting a thriving arts scene, and is home to numerous museums, galleries, and theatres. Below are the famous tourist attractions:

1. Clifton Suspension Bridge

2. Bristol Zoo Gardens

3. Brunel's SS Great Britain

4. Cabot Tower

5. St. Nicholas Market

Universities in Bristol

Bristol is home to many prestigious universities which offer undergraduate and postgraduate degrees to their students. Some of the colleges and universities are listed below;

1. University of Bristol

2. Trinity College (Bristol Campus)

3. University of Law

4. The Bristol Language Centre

5. TEG English Bristol

6. EC Bristol English Language School

7. BPP University

8. BIMM

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