We’ve wanted to be in Bristol for a while, so we’re getting ready to open our doors of our newest residence named The Malthouse in September 2021. We think we’ll fit right in to this inclusive and community-minded area with our vision for sustainable and community living. The Malthouse will offer brand new studios and ensuite rooms in shared apartments with all bills included, social and study spaces, an on-site gym, private dining room, 200Mbps WiFi, and events throughout the year.
Perfect for student life in Bristol, this Nido is location less than 20 minutes walk to Bristol University and just 21 minutes on the M1 bus from UWE, University of the West of England. Plus we’re just a 4-minute walk from BIMM Institute, so if you’re attending Music College in Bristol you can roll out of bed and straight into lectures!
Bookings are now open for September 2021! Book today, scroll down to our rooms pages to find your perfect home.
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Bristol is known for its inclusive and creative community so we’ve designed spaces to fit right in to Bristol student life. Feel instantly wowed as you walk into the open plan reception and social space, complete with TV lounge, Games Area and plenty of comfy seating. Make use of our stylish study spaces, from casual group study, to private quiet study rooms, there’s space for everyone. The Malthouse has an onsite gym that is free for you to use and open 24/7 and a private dining room for you to host the dinner parties in Bristol. There’s also plenty of Laundry facilities and Bike Storage for you to use.
You will have access to our 200Mbps WiFi which is available throughout the residence, and don’t worry about bringing a lot of tech gear – you can connect up to 6 devices at a time
A city known for its hot air balloons, street art and friendly locals, when it comes to ‘University Cities’ Bristol is in a league of its own. Lose yourself cycling through its historical streets, lunching in a quirky cafe or meeting your friends at a trendy pub, it’s a city offering everything and anything a student may want throughout these memorable years.
Look through some of our recommendations below to find your favourite hang-out spots.
Tucked away in Bristol’s beautiful old city, Small Street Espresso is the epitome of cosy. It's small but the exposed brick, stripped wooden floorboards and uncovered pipes make this a cosy and hip coffee shop. Small Street Espresso opened in 2012 and was at the forefront of Bristol’s third-wave coffee revolution.
23 Small Street Bristol BS1 1DWSmall Street Espresso
Poco sources as much of their produce as they can from within a 50-mile radius of the restaurant. Almost 90% of the ingredients are sourced from the UK, with the remainder imported ethically from fair non-air freight sources. They offer a delicious selection of local fresh food and the staff is extremely welcoming. Plus, Poco Tapas Bar is less than 5 minutes walk from our residence.
45 Jamaica Street , Bristol, England, BS2 8JPPoco Tapas Bar
Clifton Suspension Bridge is one of Bristol’s most recognisable structures.
The grade I-listed structure is widely considered to be Brunel’s greatest work and is an internationally recognised icon of the city. Seen as Bristol's landmark, this is a must-see!
Bridge Rd, Leigh Woods, Bristol BS8 3PAClifton Suspension Bridge
Learn how to brew beer like a Bristolian! The Bristol Beer factory offers brewery tour to get to know more about the brewing process and give you an opportunity to answer those burning questions you have about how your favourite drink is made.
The Old Brewery, Durnford St, Bristol BS3 2AWBristol Beer Factory
In the heart of the city centre, Bristol Shopping Quarter is home to hundreds of shops, from high street favourites to independent boutiques, plus great restaurants, cinemas and bars.
Made up of four key areas, Broadmead, The Galleries, Quakers Friars and Cabot Circus, this huge shopping area has something for everyone
69 Broadmead, Bristol BS1 3DXBristol Shopping Quarter
Explore a maze of quirky stalls, street food and historic architecture at Bristol’s St Nicholas Market, in the heart of the old city. St Nicholas Indoor Market is home to over 60 independent retailers that sell a mixture of gifts, original fashion and hand-crafted accessories. The market is open 7 days a week.
Corn Street, Bristol BS1 1JQSt Nicholas Markets
The Fleece is a legendary live music venue situated in the heart of Bristol offering live music and club nights 7 nights per week since 1982!
12 St Thomas Street, Bristol, BS1 6JJThe Fleece
Bristol is also home to the multi award-winning Motion, which has been named one of the best large clubs in the world. The club hosts many events and along with famous DJs you can dance your feet off on the dance floor, fun guaranteed!
74-78 Avon, St Bristol, BS2 0PXClub Motion