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Blenheim Court

Marlborough Street, BS1 3NW

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  • 231 Beds

  • 0.4 miles from city centre

About Blenheim Court

Blenheim Court is located right in the heart of Bristol City Centre.The property is situated opposite Bristol bus station giving fantastic access to UWE, a 3-minute walk from the BIMM Institute and less than 10 minutes from the University of Bristol campus.

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Ensuite rooms

A range of rooms in shared flats with shared kitchens and your own bathroom
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Studio rooms

Individual flats with your own kitchen and own bathroom
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CLASSIC ENSUITE

Classic en-suite rooms are packed with features such as a private bathroom, a comfortable single bed and your own desk and work space.

They also benefit from a shared lounge and kitchen area to relax with your flat mates.

You'll find plenty of room for your stuff with a large wardrobe and under-bed storage space.

  • 4

All year - £158 per week

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PREMIUM RANGE 1 ENSUITE

Premium Range 1 en-suite rooms have generous three-quarter size beds, a large desk with ports and holes to keep cables tidy and lots of storage space.

The rooms also offer shared kitchen space where you and your flat mates can relax.

  • 3

All year - £165 per week

PREMIUM RANGE 1 STUDIO

Premium range 1 studios have double beds and a large desk with ports and holes to keep cables tidy.

You'll find plenty of room for your stuff with a large wardrobe and under-bed storage space.

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CLASSIC STUDIO

A comfortable single bed and a large desk make our studios perfect for both relaxing and studying.

You'll find plenty of room for your stuff with a large wardrobe and under-bed storage space.

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All of the following comes included in the room price

With Unite Students you won't have to worry about the little details. We've got everything covered, from internet to contents insurance.

Your living essentials

  • All bills included in the rent

  • Wi-fi included throughout the property

  • Basic contents insurance included

  • Secure properties looked after by service teams 24/7

  • Log any maintenance requests with our teams via the free MyUnite app

  • On site support from property teams

  • 24/7 emergency contact centre

Facilities in Blenheim Court

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    Furnished bedrooms and fitted kitchens

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    Study and socialise in your common space

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    Laundry facilities in the property

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    Bike storage

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    Vending machines - snacks on site!

On your doorstep

Social Scenes
Blenheim Court is in a great city centre location, close to Bristol’s main shopping centres, Broadmead and Cabot Circus. Gloucester Road is not far from the property where many local bars and cafés line the street, and is a popular area for many students.
The choice of restaurants that can be found across Bristol are second to none. They cater for all cultures, price ranges and occasions. Big brands such as; Frankie and Benny's, Bella Italia, Pizza Express and Nando's, are just a few restaurants that can be found on your doorstep. There are plenty of eat-as-much-as-you-like places too, so you can really fill your boots.
Bristol's bars and clubs cater for every student and often run dedicated nights. There are a lot of local pubs where bands play regularly, or there are the bigger nightclubs catering to Drum and Bass, RnB and Dance music.
You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to shopping in Bristol with over 500 shops less than 15-minutes’ walk from Transom House. Cabot Circus, the newly built shopping mall offers over 120 high street retail stores, 15 major flagship stores (including Harvey Nichols and House of Fraser), restaurants, cafés, and 2,600 car parking spaces, all under one massive glass domed roof.
There are several cinemas within walking distance including the Odeon and the new Showcase Cinema De Lux at Cabot Circus, where you can watch films in the director's suite.
On days or nights when you just want to chill with your mates and fancy a bit of ten pin bowling, The Lanes in Bristol is a popular place to do so. With a quirky feel it's not your average bowling alley. The Lanes combines the fun of bowling in a great venue, complete with pizzeria, lane side bar serving craft beers, and hard shakes, plus, they host a range of fun events including band nights, as well as offer a private karaoke room.
What
The combination of landscapes, Georgian and modern architecture, and event venues sets Bristol above other cities for things to do and see. If you like open green spaces, you’ll be spoilt for choice living in Bristol. There are many parks to be found across the city and each offers something different to do and see. Castle Park, Ashton Court, Queen Square, and The Downs are amongst some of the favourite green spaces across the city.
Castle Park is a large park in the centre of Bristol near the main shopping areas of Broadmead and Cabot Circus. It's popular with city centre workers and shoppers, and many events are held there in the summer months. Ashton Court is a country park and mansion that includes 850 acres of woodland and grassland and offers many outdoor activities including; big outdoor events, local markets, golf, and walks and runs. A popular private and commercial site, Ashton Court has hosted the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta since 1979 and this is a very popular event in the city. Ashton Court is located two miles from Bristol city centre. Queen Square is one of the most popular outside spaces due to its location. The public open space of level lawns and wide gravel paths are perfect for picnics and events in the summer, and each year it’s used as part of the Bristol Harbourside Festival. Queen Square is often used as an outdoor event venue. It holds a broad range of local, regional and national events with great attractions to visitors and residents. Clifton is renowned for The Downs - a large green space on the edge of the city. The Avon Gorge, Leigh Woods and the Severn Estuary are views that can be seen from here. The Downs are popular and perfect for picnics, exercise, sports and events. The Downs hosts events large and small including the Race for Life and sponsored abseiling.
Art, culture and music play a big part in Bristol. Home to Banksy, the world famous street artist some of his earliest work is hidden around the city. His secret work took Bristol by storm in the 1980s before his work reached London, LA and New York. Fans of Banksy can take part in self-guided tours around Bristol city spotting his work. With plenty of stops on the tour you can sample some of the bars, cafés and restaurants the city has to offer. It's a day of culture, Bristol style. Bristol is also renowned for its live music and hosts many band nights, the O2 Academy is popular with music lovers.
If you enjoy history, you will enjoy some of the sites and attractions that Bristol has to offer including; the M-Shed, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, and the Arnolfini. All of these are located within walking distance of Transom House. The Clifton Suspension Bridge and the SS Great Britain are other historical landmarks that attract tourists to Bristol each year.
Bristol Old Vic, The Hippodrome and the Colston Hall are amongst some of the popular venues for theatre, music and events. Bristol Old Vic has recently been redeveloped and has had £12 million invested into it. It's the longest running theatre in the UK and is now the most modern! Each venue has something for everyone from West End shows, musicals, ballet, opera, concerts, comedians and musicians and bands.
Bristol hosts and licenses many events, ranging from major outdoor events such as the Bristol Harbour Festival and St Paul’s Carnival, to touring theatre productions, sporting events, charity fundraisers, community fares, religious festivals and arts trails.
Getting Active
Bristol is a very active city that offers a range of sports facilities and activities including; local swimming pools, gyms, bike riding and running routes, as well as exercise classes. Bristol is home to two football clubs; Bristol City FC and Bristol Rovers FC.
Blenheim Court is within easy reach of both university campuses which means that you’ll have great access to all campus facilities.

Close and Convenient

Travel and Transport
Blenheim Court benefits from fantastic transport links with the main bus stations being directly opposite. Bristol is a major hub in the national road and rail networks, and Bristol Airport serves dozens of European and transatlantic destinations. There are buses that run from Temple Meads and Bristol bus station that can take you direct to the airport.
As a gateway to South-West England, Bristol is only an hour and a half away from London, and yet is surrounded by beautiful countryside and coastline, historic woodlands and open green spaces. With all this on your doorstop you'll love living in such a central location in Bristol. Getting the bus will be perfect living in this property as the main bus station is directly opposite the property. Should you need to catch the train, Bristol Temple Meads train station is a 20-minute walk from Blenheim Court. Temple Meads allows you to get connections to cities all over the UK.
Local Essentials
Blenheim Court is located off a main roundabout in the centre of Bristol. Local amenities such as banks and hairdressers can all be reached within a 10-minute walk through the city centre. Most students take advantage of a lot of the facilities that are found on-campus such as libraries and cafés.
Blenheim Court is located above a Tesco Express and the city centre shops are less than 10 minutes’ walk from the property.
Your Wellbeing
The universities offer welfare, financial and career advice to all students and these services can be found on-campus. The location of Blenheim Court means that both campuses are within easy reach and students are never far away from the help they may need.
Both the University of Bristol and UWE offer all their students on-site medical care. Students are advised to make appointments.
Aside from campus facilities The Bristol Royal Infirmary (BRI) can be reached within a short walk. The BRI is a teaching hospital and has close links with The University of Bristol. Frenchay is another hospital located on the outskirts of Bristol close to UWE campus. There is also a dental hospital located in the centre of Bristol.