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Welcome to Your Space Apartment - Balmoral House

Address: Balmoral House, Cannons Way, Bristol, BS1 5LN

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In the heart of Bristol’s vibrant harbour development, Your Space Apartments at Balmoral House offer free Wi-Fi and lovely balcony areas. Lively nightlife is on the doorstep, and trendy Clifton Village is 1 mile away. With outdoor seating, the apartments’ terraces offer views of the harbour front and city centre. Opening onto the terrace, stylish living areas each feature a flat-screen TV, DVD player and relaxing sofas. Fully fitted kitchens are all equipped with a fridge, oven and a range of utensils, as well as a washing machine and dishwasher. Every Balmoral House apartment also has 2 sleek shower rooms with a hairdryer. Bristol’s centre is 5 minutes’ walk away, with the Cabot Circus shopping centre a 10-minute walk. Boutique shops, cafés, restaurants and galleries are all within a 15-minute walk.

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College Green Campus - University

College Green Campus - University

Distance 0.11 miles (0.18 km)
City of Bristol College is one of the UK's largest colleges and one of the region's leading education providers, offering a wide range of further and higher education courses. Over 1,000 courses at all levels are available for 16-19 year olds and adult learners, as well as training aimed at employers.

Currently catering for more than 30,000 students, City of Bristol College delivers a significant majority of the post-16 educational provision in the greater Bristol area.

We have centres across the city. For details of where these are visit the <a href="http://www.cityofbristol.ac.uk/coursefinder/" target="_blank">Course Finder</a> page on our website.

Monarch House Centre - University

Monarch House Centre - University

Distance 0.48 miles (0.76 km)
City of Bristol College is one of the UK's largest colleges and one of the region's leading education providers, offering a wide range of further and higher education courses. Over 1,000 courses at all levels are available for 16-19 year olds and adult learners, as well as training aimed at employers.

Currently catering for more than 30,000 students, City of Bristol College delivers a significant majority of the post-16 educational provision in the greater Bristol area.

We have centres across the city. For details of where these are visit the <a href="http://www.cityofbristol.ac.uk/coursefinder/" target="_blank">Course Finder</a> page on our website.

University of Bristol - University

University of Bristol - University

Distance 0.65 miles (1.04 km)
The University of Bristol was founded in 1876 as University College, Bristol, and granted its Royal Charter in 1909. The University has built a strong reputation as a teaching and research institution and is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of universities. The academic quality of the University is reflected in the Nobel Prizes and Fellowships associated with the University community.

Bristol City Football Club - Football Club

Bristol City Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.01 miles (1.61 km)
Bristol City Football Club Formed in 1897. Ashton Gate is located in the south-west of Bristol, just south of the River Avon. It has an all-seated capacity of about 21,500, with an effective capacity (depending on how many away tickets are allocated, and how they are segregated) of around 19,100. It was the home of Bedminster F.C. until the 1900 merger, and the merged team played some games there the following season, but it did not become the permanent home of Bristol City until 1904. Visiting fans are housed in the Wedlock Stand at the south-east end of the ground, which was built as a covered terrace in 1928, converted to seats in the 1990s and was the traditional home fans' end until 1994.