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Hotwells House, Bristol
Bronze Non Ensuite - Bedroom
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Bronze Non Ensuite - Bedroom
Bronze Non Ensuite | 4 or 5 Bed Flat - Bedroom
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Hotwells House, Bristol

Hotwell Rd, Bristol, BS8 4UR, United Kingdom
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Study Area
On-Site Gym
Car Park

About the Property

In search of the best student accommodation in Bristol? You’re in luck; Hotwells House student accommodation, is a popular student accommodation in Bristol is just the student accommodation in Bristol for you!  Hotwells House, Bristol, located at Hotwell Rd, BS8 4UR, offers a wide range of studios and non-ensuites like Bronze non-ensuite, Silver ensuite and Gold studios. Additionally, top universities like the City of Bristol College and the University of Bristol are just a stone's throw away.

Bristol is a vibrant city in southwest England known for its rich history, lively culture, and stunning architecture. Situated on the River Avon, Bristol has a thriving arts scene, with numerous galleries, theatres, and music venues showcasing local talent and international acts. One of Bristol's most iconic landmarks is the Clifton Suspension Bridge, spanning the Avon Gorge and offering breathtaking views of the city and surrounding countryside. Visitors can also explore historic sites like Brunel's SS Great Britain, a beautifully restored Victorian ship, and Bristol Cathedral, a striking example of Gothic architecture.

In addition to its historical attractions, Bristol is a hub of creativity and innovation, with a strong emphasis on sustainability and environmental initiatives. The city is home to a diverse range of communities, and its multicultural population contributes to its vibrant atmosphere and culinary scene, offering everything from traditional British fare to international cuisine. Nature lovers will appreciate Bristol's green spaces, including the scenic harborside, picturesque parks, and the stunning Ashton Court Estate, perfect for leisurely walks and outdoor activities. With its proximity to the beautiful countryside of the Cotswolds and the Somerset countryside, Bristol serves as an excellent base for exploring the natural beauty of the region. Overall, Bristol is a dynamic and welcoming city with something to offer everyone, whether you're interested in history, culture, outdoor adventures, or simply enjoying the vibrant city life.

Features

Welcome to Hotwells House student accommodation, your comfortable and convenient student accommodation in Bristol! Some room types available here are Bronze non-ensuite | 4 or 5-bed flats, Silver ensuite | 3 or 4-bed flats and Gold studios. Bristol Hotwells House is ideal for getting to campus while also allowing you to explore the city. A 60MB broadband connection is also included, allowing for easy access to the internet for work, rest, or play.  In Hotwells House, Bristol student accommodation Bronze non-ensuite 4 or 5-bed flat, you'll enjoy a private room in a shared space, with a shared bathroom and kitchen, perfect for 4-5 residents. Your room comes furnished with a cosy small double bed, wardrobe, shelves, and desk space, along with reliable Wifi.

Dwell Hotwells House, Bristol community amenities include an on-site management and maintenance team to assist you, a social space for mingling with fellow residents, and access to laundry facilities and an on-site gym (with charges applicable). Situated in a prime location near universities, you'll have easy access to study areas, as well as recreational activities like a pool table and a common room. We also offer a car park for residents' convenience, along with a social events calendar to keep you engaged. Rest assured, your safety is paramount, with on-site CCTV surveillance in place. Plus, your bills for Wifi, water, electricity, and heating are all included in your rent. Just remember, pets are not allowed to maintain cleanliness and comfort for all residents. At Bristol Hotwells House, we strive to provide you with a welcoming and secure environment where you can focus on your studies and enjoy your student experience to the fullest. Welcome home!

Location and What's Hot?

Hotwells House in Bristol offers its residents a vibrant neighbourhood with a variety of nearby dining options, including Raj Bari, known for its delicious Indian cuisine, The Red Pizza Company for mouthwatering pizzas, Indian Rassasy for authentic Indian dishes, and Gokin Bakes for tempting baked goods.

For those seeking entertainment and nightlife, Hotwells House is conveniently close to popular clubs such as The Bear at Hotwells, The Merchants Arms, and The Pump House, where you can enjoy music, drinks, and socialising with friends. Additionally, there are numerous tourist attractions within easy reach, perfect for exploring on weekends or days off from studying. These include the View Art Gallery, offering exhibitions showcasing local and international artists, the tranquil Dowry Square communal garden for peaceful strolls, and iconic landmarks like the Clifton Suspension Bridge and Brunel's SS Great Britain, offering fascinating insights into Bristol's history.

Culture enthusiasts will appreciate visits to the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, home to a diverse collection of art and artefacts, and the historic Bristol Cathedral, an architectural marvel with stunning interiors. Families and nature lovers can enjoy outings to the Bristol Aquarium Bristol Zoo Project and scenic rides on the Bristol Ferry, providing memorable experiences for all ages. With such a diverse array of nearby amenities and attractions, residents of Hotwells House can enjoy a well-rounded and fulfilling lifestyle during their time in Bristol.

Commute

Travelling anywhere in the city is made easy by staying at Dwell Hotwells House, Bristol, as it’s located in the city centre and is close to many top universities in the city Furthermore, you can take a short walk to the Mardyke Ferry Landing or catch a bus from Nelson Street or Hotwell’s road, which is only a short walk away from the student accommodation, and Zoom Cabs and Yellow Cab Co are also nearby.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

100 Mbps internet
Water
Electricity
Heating

Common Amenities

Study Area
On-Site Gym
Pool Table
Common Room
Laundry (charges apply)
Car Park

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I live with my friends or specify preferences for my flatmates?

Of course! Just state your friend’s names on your application, with them doing the same too. You can also say if you have a preferred gender or year of study for your flatmates. They’ll try their best to meet your preferences but it’s not always guaranteed and is subject to availability.

What payments do I need to make when applying?

When applying to live with them, there are no fees to pay. This makes it easier for you to book your perfect room!

When do I pay my tenancy deposit?

Once you sign your AST (contract), you will be asked to pay a tenancy deposit.

Is my deposit protected?

Once you have paid your tenancy deposit, they have 30 days to protect this under a Tenancy Deposit Scheme. The scheme property use is called My Deposits. You will receive an email from My Deposits on how to activate your account with them, ready to claim back the deposit at the end of your tenancy (you can only claim back the deposit as long as there’s no damage to your room/flat and there’s no outstanding payments on your account).

What is a guarantor? Do I need one?

If you’re paying ahead for the full year, you don’t need a UK guarantor. However, if you wish to pay your rent by instalments, you will need a UK-based guarantor who is aged 21 or over and in full-time employment. They’ll also need to annually earn at least 3 times your total rent amount, or be a homeowner. Your guarantor must agree to pay the rent should you default on your payment. Providing a guarantor is common practice in the UK and provides them with the security and knowledge that the rent will be paid in full and on time. If you cannot provide a qualified UK guarantor, you can contact Housing Hand to provide you with the Guarantor Service. Housing Hand specialises in dealing with International Students who cannot provide a Guarantor in the UK.

Is the student population diverse?

Here at the property, they embrace equality and diversity. They promote a culture of equality and fairness for all and ensure their employees are aware of the Equality and Diversity Policy, and their responsibilities under it towards their students and their visitors. They want to make a home for their students that is free from discrimination, harassment, victimization and bullying.

Can I live with you? Do you accept students in different years of study?

To stay with them, you have to be a student aged 18 years or over by your contract start date, and be in full time study at a U.K university or college (full time is considered studying for at least 21 hours on your university/college campus). You can book with them whether you hold a conditional or unconditional offer. However, please be aware of their cancellation policy prior to booking should your place at university not be confirmed.

Can I view the accommodation before applying?

Of course! In fact they encourage you to come and have a look around. They may not be able to show you your exact room, but you can see the show flats they have available at each site. They also have lots of pictures and even 360 degree photos of different rooms on their website as they understand their students are from all around the world and it’s not always easy to visit the site!

Can you tell me what’s in the contract I would be signing?

When accepting a room with property you will need to sign an AST (assured shorthold tenancy). If you would prefer to see the contract before applying this isn’t a problem.

What is included in my rent?

All-inclusive utility bills, Wi-Fi and contents insurance are all included in your rent!

How and when do I pay my rent?

They offer two rent method options:  Option 1 – Full Payment; Pay in full by the 1st of August.  Option 2 – Pay in 3 different Instalments; September, January, and April – you can view the exact payment dates in your contract (this may be the best payment option for those looking to pay your rent using your student loan). Please note that to apply to pay by instalments, you must provide a UK-based guarantor who is aged 21 or over and in full-time employment. They’ll also need to annually earn at least 3 times your total rent amount, or be a homeowner.

How can I find out who I’m living with?

Curious about who your flatmates will be? They unfortunately can’t give out names but you can find out who is living at your site on their Facebook and Twitter pages.

Can I change my contract once I’ve signed it?

If you want to change things like your room type, contract length or anything else, just get in touch with them. They can then let you know if your request is possible, and if so, what the next steps would be.

Can I bring my pet?

You’ll unfortunately have to leave your beloved animals at home – they have a no-pet policy across all of their sites.

When can I move in?

You can move into your room from the date your contract starts, only if you have paid your correct rent amount and provided all documents. If you’re unsure of when your contract starts contact them. If you wish to move in early please contact them.

What do I need to bring with me?

They already provide some of the essentials but to see what things to bring with you, check out their accommodation checklist.

Can I store the luggage at my site?

Due to them getting your room ready for when you arrive, they will not be able to store any luggage at any of their property sites. You will be able to move your belongings into your room once you have collected your keys.

Are there any documents I need to bring with me?

You need to have provided all documents to support your room booking before you can check-in. If you are unsure if you have already done this, or need to speak to someone about it, please call the team or email them. Other than that, you will need to bring a form of photo ID with you so you can collect your keys – they just need to know they’re handing them out to the correct person!

What if I’m arriving out of office hours?

If you think that you’ll be arriving outside of office hours, you will need to speak to your site team – their contact details will be listed in the arrival pack you’ll be informed about via email nearer the start of your tenancy. Each site has different out-of-office services so you will need to speak to your site directly about it.

Where do I get my keys from?

You will collect your keys from your site’s reception unless otherwise stated by your site or Sales team.

Can I park my car when unloading my things?

They do have car parks at most of their sites but to find out if your site does include one, please contact the office. On contract start dates, parking your car is free – parking at any other time will incur a charge. Please contact your site team for full costs and details.

How do I get from the airport to your site?

Make sure you book airport transfers in advance. If you prefer to take the train, look out for the stations that are closest to you: Hotwells House: The nearest train station is Bristol Temple Meads, you can get a taxi from outside which will take 10 minutes

What can I expect when checking in?

It will be busy, so please be patient with them. They’ll try to keep the queues short as they check everyone in. To keep you going, there will be light refreshments at all site receptions. For a quicker check-in, let them know when you are coming, so they can gauge the number of students as well as the times of arrival, to ensure their sites are staffed correctly. Top Tip: make sure you don’t unload your car until you have your keys. Or you could be waiting with all your belongings in the queue.

Will there be any events happening at my site?

They’d love all of their residents to get to know one another and make lifelong friends! As a way to help this, they have a Residential Life team who are always trying to find the next best thing to make your stay more enjoyable – this includes holding fun and exciting events throughout the year! Please keep an eye out on their social media accounts and around your site for details.

If I have any queries about my stay, who can I speak to?

Their friendly Accommodation Teams are always there should you need someone to talk to. You can either pop down to the office or speak to them, or they’re only a phone call away – just use these details

Can I have guests staying over?

Of course! You can have any one guest staying overnight for 2 nights in any 7 day period – they must be signed in and out at your reception.

Is there any security on site?

Your safety is their priority so all of their properties are equipped with security cameras.

Do I need to pay for contents Insurance?

They are partnered with Cover 4 Students and they have arranged contents insurance for all our students staying with them in their residence at no extra cost to you.

Is there Wi-Fi at my site?

Of course! The Wi-Fi is included in your rent. Your internet connection is provided by Glide.

Do I need to purchase a TV license?

If you’re watching or recording programmes on TV or any device, you must have a TV license. It is against the law to not have one – if you are caught without a license, you could be charged up to £1000. If you have booked one of their rooms in which they provide you with a TV in the lounge, they also provide the TV license for it. You do however still need a TV license if you’re watching/recording TV if you’re in any other area, such as your bedroom. For everyone else, you will still need to purchase a TV license.

Where can I park my car? Is there bike storage?

They do have car parking and bike storage at most of their sites, please call them to check if your site provides these facilities. Please note that you will need to pay to use a car park space – please contact your site team for full prices and details.

How do I receive parcels and post at my site?

They’ll sign for your parcels at your site’s office during working hours, but your letters will be delivered to your flat/house door by Royal Mail. To check out your site’s working hours, please contact them directly. They can only sign for parcels on your behalf if the parcel has your name and your flat/room number on it. Therefore when ordering items online, please make sure you provide the shipper with your full name and room number. Parcels without full details will not be signed for. After they sign for your parcel, you’ll receive an email notification from them– please bring along your photo ID when collecting parcels at the reception.

Where can I do my laundry?

They have laundry facilities at most of their sites, but please contact your site directly for more information. Where they do provide laundry onsite, they work with their laundry partner Circuit to ensure that their rates are competitive.

Communal Cleaning in my flat?

The communal areas of your flats are your responsibility. All landlord areas will be cleaned by them on a daily basis.

Will I have to pay for the damages?

They want to make your stay with them as enjoyable as possible. Their on-site maintenance team will attend to your requests (See their repairs and maintenance policy). They don’t charge for “fair wear and tear” of their properties or fixtures. However, if something gets damaged through abuse or misuse, they’ll repair or replace the item and will charge for doing so. The behaviour of guests is the responsibility of the tenant who has welcomed them into the property. Any charges that result from a guest’s behaviour will be charged to the respective tenant. If there’s a charge that applies to the shared area within a flat and they’re unable to establish the responsibility, the charge will be shared between all of the flat’s tenants. All charges will be applied to your account and payment will be due within 30 days of this date.

Are there any rules while using Electrical Equipment?

When using electrical equipment on your site please follow some simple rules It is your responsibility to ensure that the electrical items brought on to the site are safe and free from defects. Do not use any appliances that are broken, have frayed or exposed cables, or are showing signs of overheating or dangerous or loose connections. On inspection, if their team finds any appliance that would be deemed unsafe, this appliance will be removed.  

* Only use electrical items purchased from the UK 

* Do not overload sockets  

* Do not leave items plugged in unattended  

* Do not use kitchen appliances in your bedroom It is your responsibility to ensure that the electrical items brought on to the site are safe and free from defects. Do not use any appliances that are broken, have frayed or exposed cables, or are showing signs of overheating or dangerous or loose connections. On inspection, if our team finds any appliance that would be deemed unsafe, this appliance will be removed. 

Can I stay at my site until my contract end date?

Yes, of course you can! All students are allowed to stay with them until the last day of their contracts. On the last day, rooms must be vacated, and keys handed to reception by 10 am. All residents will have their room/flat inspected within 7 days of their contract end date.

Can I store my belongings in my room over the summer?

If you have a summer booking with them and they have received your payment and signed contract, then you can keep your items in your room throughout the summer. They don’t allow students to leave items in their rooms over the summer if they have not confirmed a summer stay with them. Any items left in a room after a contract end date will be removed and stored for 7 days. After which, all items will be removed and given to charity or disposed of.

Do I get my deposit back?

For those sites where a deposit payment has been made, all deposits will be returned as long as the room is left in the same condition from check-in. All deposits should be returned within 10 days of the contract ending. Any deposit disputes should be sent in writing to the site manager.

How do they allocate rooms?

When you ‘Submit’ your application, their Sales Team will look through your application, check to find you the best room available and send you a ‘Room Offer’ email. Please note that although they will always try to meet your preferences, they can’t guarantee that they can meet them all.

Do I have to pay for the damages?

They want to make your stay with them as enjoyable as possible. Their on-site maintenance team will attend to your requests (See our repairs and maintenance policy). They don’t charge for “fair wear and tear” of their properties or fixtures. However, if something gets damaged through abuse or misuse, they’ll repair or replace the item and will charge for doing so. The behavior of guests is the responsibility of the tenant who has welcomed them into the property. Any charges that result from a guest’s behavior will be charged to the respective tenant. If there’s a charge that applies to the shared area within a flat and they’re unable to establish the responsibility, the charge will be shared between all of the flat’s tenants. All charges will be applied to your account and payment will be due within 30 days of this date.

What if I want to move rooms?

They take great pride in ensuring they allocate students to the best possible room for them! However, on occasion, some students may ask for a room move for a variety of reasons. If you move into your room and then you wish to move to a different room, they would first suggest that you speak to your accommodation team to see if there’s anything they could do to help in the first instance. Alternatively, to request a room move, you would need to complete the request online. If a room move is possible, you may be charged a £50 admin fee. A room move is not always possible as it depends on the availability/suitability of rooms at the time of your request. Once you submit your request, your accommodation team would get in touch with you to let you know if a move is possible or not, and if it is, they’ll also let you know if/when the £50 admin fee is due.

What is the schedule of charges mentioned in the contract?

You can view their schedule of charges.

I want to leave before my contract ends. What shall I do?

If you’re looking to move out before your contract ends, please read through their cancellation policy. It will outline what you need to do next.

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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.

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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

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6. iQ Water Lane House 

7. Tamarillo House

8. Charlton Court

9. Centurion House

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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

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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.

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3. University of Law

4. The Bristol Language Centre

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