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The Rackhay

Home to 115 University of Bristol students, we share social spaces and events with Favell House and Waverley House. 2 minutes from King Street and Bristol’s street food scene at St. Nicholas market.
Queen Charlotte Street, BS1 4HJ
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We're the UK's largest student accommodation provider and 70,000 students choose to live with us every year.

FREE Cancellation

We know your plans may change, so all bookings come with a seven day cooling off period. Also, if you don’t get a visa or expected grades after that date, you can cancel your booking for free. T&Cs apply.

Safe and secure

Your safety and security is our priority – with staff on-site ready to assist, CCTV, a 24 hour call centre, and support via our MyUnite app.

All bills included

High-speed Wi-Fi, contents insurance, electricity, heating and water – all included in your rent payment. And with a fixed rent for your whole stay, you don't have to worry about rising energy costs or changing your budget.

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Property features

The Rackhay is located in the centre of Bristol, just off the waterfront. Home exclusively to University of Bristol students, it’s just 10 minutes on foot from the University campus.

All 115 rooms here are non en-suite rooms. That means you’ll share your bathroom, kitchen, and lounge area with flatmates.

Away from your room you’ll find a large common room with pool and table tennis tables and a study room. Being part of the Riverside residence means that you’ll have access to the social spaces and events at neighbouring Favell House and Waverley House too.

There’s a convenience store directly opposite the Rackhay, and the bustling bars of King Street are right around the corner. Feeling peckish? The St Nicholas indoor market offers a unique dining experience, with everything from gyoza and falafel to pies and speciality cakes to choose from, all made by independent traders.