800 Bristol Road

800 Bristol Road, Birmingham, B29 6NA

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Our studios offer total luxury with bags of comfort to create the perfect home away from home. Each studio comes with its own en suite bathroom and a double wardrobe for plenty of space. When it’s time to wind down, catch some Netflix on your 32 flat screen TV and have a nice chilled glass of wine from your fridge.

A 32 flat screen TV means you can wind down and catch some Netflix on an evening. En suite bathroom with a kitchen all to yourself which includes a 4-ring hob, combination microwave, and a breakfast bar. Size of Studios are 23m2 for 1st and 2nd floors, and 21m2 3rd floor.

Our studios and rooms are equipped with a dishwasher, so you needn’t worry about the washing up! Snuggle up into your cosy double bed and catch some Netflix on your 32 flat screen TV to fully unwind. For the ultimate independence and privacy, your studio comes with an en suite bathroom, 4-ring hob, and breakfast bar with stools.

Our studios offer total luxury with bags of comfort to create the perfect home away from home. For the ultimate independence and privacy, your studio comes with an en suite bathroom, 4-ring hob, and a breakfast bar with stools. Size of Studios are 38m2.

Live the life of luxury in our premier studio, with south facing quiet studios for the ultimate quaint setting. Get ready to relax and unwind with your 32 Flat Screen TV and cook a meal on your 4-ring hob. Equipped with a breakfast bar and stools, an en suite bathroom and a double wardrobe. Size of Studios are 23m2 – 27m2.

About the property

Air Conditioning
Cinema Room
Disabled Access
Outdoor Area
Study Room
Communal TV
Laundry Room
TV in Every Bedroom
Bike Storage
Recycling
Communal Lounge
Gym
Study Area
250Mbps* WiFi
1Gbps* Wired Internet
CCTV
Onsite Maintenance
Cleaner
Post Collection
Contents Insurance Included*
All Utility Bills Included
Dinner Party
Communal Kitchen
Distance from universities:

Onsite Laundry
Cinema Room
Onsite Gym
Onsite Maintenance
Bike Storage
High Speed Internet
All Bills Included

800 Bristol Road student accommodation is located in Birmingham’s buzzing Selly Oak area. Apartments come complete with en suite bathroom facilities, fully equipped kitchens, and spacious desk areas. With an exclusive dinner party room, you can treat your university friends to a delicious meal and enjoy a movie night at the on site cinema. Peaceful study areas mean you can work hard in peace and unwind in our residents’ club lounge.

About the property

A variety of clubs and pubs can be found within the city of Birmingham. You will find three of the best, and most memorable, right below.

The Tunnel Club

Situated right underneath an archway in a well-lit railway line, The Tunnel Club is true to its name. To further enhance this industrial aesthetic, the entire club is contained within an industrial warehouse.

Outside of these key aesthetic elements, the Tunnel Club is an unpretentious club that hosts a live musician or musical group at least once every week.

Many of the club’s live musicians come from the Dance/Electronic genres and much of the music performed by these musicians features thunderous drums and intense bass. Both of these elements work with the club’s acoustics, creating a loud, vibrant atmosphere perfect for dancing.

Even though the Tunnel Club offers infrequent discounts, many of their drinks are inexpensive and affordable. There are also many, many drinks on their menu, including ones that few other clubs offer.

The Hare & Hounds

Unlike the other venues on this list, the Hare & Hounds isn’t a club. Rather, it’s a pub. A pub often celebrated for its excellent live music performances and eclectic selection of musicians and bands.

Some of the musical genres you’ll hear being performed at the Hare & Hounds include:

R&B/Soul
Blues
Hip-Hop
Alternative
Indie Rock/Indie Pop

Every live performance is easy-to-enjoy within the Hare & Hounds cosy, old-world style pub. During each and every live performance, you can enjoy a variety of inexpensive drinks.

Popworld

Many of Birmingham’s best clubs possess a unique aesthetic. But, few of them can match Popworld’s endearing retro colour-schemes, Disco decor, and constant 1970s Pop tunes.

Outside of Popworld’s aesthetic, the club hosts frequent events. Each of these events comes with discount drinks and energetic dancing. Some of the most notable events include:

Piggy Bank – A Monday Event
Hanky Panky – A Tuesday Event
GOAT Thursdays
Playground Fridays
Fleek Saturdays

Since Popworld hosts so many events, it’s great if you’re on a budget, but still want to drink and dance.

The city of Birmingham offers a reliable bus system and expansive railway network. Both of these methods go well with the city’s walkable streets and numerous cycling paths.

Cycling In Birmingham

Cycling in Birmingham is an absolute delight. The city is home to an extensive network of cycling paths, all of which are easily-accessible and well-maintained.

Some of the best cycling routes include:

Rea Valley Route
City Centre Canal Route
Birmingham To Sutton Park Route
Canal Loop
Woodgate Valley Country Park Loop

Many of Birmingham’s roads are quiet and peaceful. Even if you aren’t travelling on a cycling route you will have an easy, pleasant time getting around.

Taking The City Bus

The city bus system in Birmingham is run by Network West Midlands. You can use the bus system Network West Midlands has built to go almost anywhere in Birmingham, during most hours of the day.

No matter when you go, though, or what your destination happens to be, the prices remain the same. Some key pricing figures to remember are as a follows:

A Single-Use Bus Ticket Costs 2.40-Pounds
A Full-Day Ticket Costs 4-Pounds
A 1-Week Ticket Costs 15-Pounds
A 4-Week Ticket Costs 55-Pounds

For the best possible experience, buy a full-day ticket. This way, you can travel as much as you want, without having to pay for a new ticket every time you step onto a new bus.

Riding The Train

The city of Birmingham offers an extensive railway network. You can, by riding the train, reach a variety of destinations. Some of the most popular destinations include:

Coventry
London
Glasgow
Leicester
Sheffield

Many train tickets cost a little more/a little less than the others, depending on your destination and accommodation. No matter what, though, your trip will be affordable and pleasant.

Birmingham offers many fun places to visit. You will find three of the best, and most enjoyable, places to visit below, as well as a brief description of the activities each place has to offer.

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

Out of all the museums and art galleries within England, the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery is considered by many to be one of the very best. A combination of free entry, well-maintained spaces, and excellent exhibits make it easy to see why this is the case.

Some of the museum’s most notable exhibits include:

The Staffordshire Hoard – A Large Collection Of Anglo-Saxon Gold & Silver
Artefacts From Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, And Ancient Egypt
The World’s Largest Collection Of Pre-Raphaelite Art
Several Collections Of Local Art From Birmingham’s History
A Vast Assortment Of Ceramics, Sculptures, Paintings, And Jewellery

None of these exhibits cost any money. You can just walk into the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery and wander into the exhibit you wish to enjoy.

The Birmingham Canals

Right within the city of Birmingham lies a vast network of canals. This network of canals goes beyond the city limits and spans more than 160 kilometres.

Many of these canals are easily accessible. You can, as a result of this, take boat tours across these canals, or wander along the paths that serve as their edges.

Some of the best, and most popular, canals and canal attractions include:

Dudley Canal And Caverns
Roundhouse Birmingham
Stratford Canal
Canalside Walk
Grand Union Canal

Every single one of these canals and canal attractions is easily accessible. Many of them stretch all across Birmingham, enabling you to see the city from a new perspective.

The Library Of Birmingham

The United Kingdom is home to 3,667 public libraries. Out of all those libraries, the Library Of Birmingham is both the biggest library and, in turn, the largest public cultural space in Europe.

Since the Library Of Birmingham is the biggest library in the United Kingdom, the library is home to a wide variety of unique spaces. Each one of these spaces possesses an elaborate, and ornate, architectural style, culminating in a peaceful, focused, and distinctive ambience.

Within the library, you will find a wide variety of:

Books
Comic Books
DVDs
CDs
Photographs
Archival Collections
Computers

To go along with that, the Library Of Birmingham hosts classes and community events. Some of these classes and community events include:

Business Classes
Computer Classes
Craft Classes
Mindfulness Classes
Music Classes
Author Readings
Children’s Storytime Readings
Art-Making Community Events
Book Clubs

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