Self storage in Bristol for households and businesses
Are you a student at the University of Bristol? Are you moving to Clifton Down? Whatever brings you to the area, our range of secure, modern self storage units in Bristol can help you get sorted quickly and comfortably. Our storage facility in Bristol includes 24-hour (by request) access to your property. You can rent locker sized units for smaller items, room-sized storage units for heftier requirements, and a range of options in between. To make things as easy as possible, we also provide large vehicle access, free Wi-Fi, and a forklifting service – all behind our secure gated and fenced perimeter.
Have you opened for business in Queen Square? Do you run a stall in St Nicholas Market? Then you might benefit from storing excess stock in one of our storage units. They’re often cheaper than warehouses, and our storage space is just minutes away from the city centre. And storage isn’t all we do – if you’re running a business serving the local area you can also make the most of our flexible office space
Directions from Bristol Temple Meads Station:
Using public transport – 25 mins
Exit the station onto Station Approach
Walk to Temple Gate Road and turn right
Turn left, crossing the road, onto Redcliffe Way
Turn left again onto Redcliff Mead Lane
Remain on Redcliff Mead Lane as it becomes Prewett Street
Turn left onto Redcliff Hill
Wait at Redcliff Hill Bus Stop (R1)
Catch the number 24 bus bound for Ashton Gate
Remain on the bus for 9 stops
Get off at Durnford Street
Head back down Duckmoor Road
Take a left onto Ashton Road
Remain on Ashton Road as it becomes Marsh Road
Access Self Storage Bristol will be on your left
Directions from the University of Bristol:
By car – 9 mins
Exit the university and turn right onto Park Row
Remain on Park Row as it becomes Triangle South
Turn left onto Berkeley Place
Remain on Berkeley Place as it becomes Jacob’s Wells Road
At the roundabout, take the second exit for Hotwell Road
Take the exit to the left for Rownham Mead Road
Follow Rownham Mead road left as it becomes Christina Terrace
Turn right onto Humphry Davy Way
Turn left onto Cabot Way
Remain on Cabot Way as it becomes Brunel Way
Take a left onto Marsh Road
Access Self Storage Bristol will be on your right
Directions from Bath:
By car – 36 mins
Take the A36 west out of Bath
Merge onto the A4, Bristol Road
At the roundabout by The Globe, take the third exit onto Keynsham Bypass.
At the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Bath Road
Turn left onto the A4174 and then right onto Wells Road, the A37
Turn left onto Redcatch Road, B3122.
Follow the B3122 to Bedminster Road, A38
Take the A38 to Winterstoke Road on the A3029
Turn right onto Ashton Road
Access Self Storage Bristol will be on your right
For door to door directions, try the Google Maps feature at the bottom of this page. Get a quote today.
About the store manager
James has been the store manager at Access Self Storage Bristol for 14 years and says that he couldn’t do it without the team, because they “make coming to work each day a joy!”.
In his spare time, James enjoys walking and is a big Chelsea FC fan. His favourite things about Bristol are the eye-catching street art, including some original works by Banksy, and the city's fascinating history.
James also values the area’s broad selection of independent coffee shops and restaurants. He suggests checking out North Street, which is just up the street from the Access store, and stopping for a bite at The Lounge or The Spotted Crow.
Clean, modern self storage unit rental in Bristol
Bristol has got it all - a colourful waterfront, graffiti-covered streets (it is Banksy’s hometown, after all) and one of the world’s coolest bridges. Bristol is a city as diverse as its inhabitants, and that’s why it attracts so many visitors every year. In fact, Bristol University has on average eight applications for every one place, making it one of the most popular universities in the UK. And where there are students parties and nightlife naturally follow – so you can guarantee that there’s always something going on. If you’re a student in Bristol and need to store a few things over summer
, one of our flexible options will definitely fit the bill. Get in touch with our team,
they’ll be more than happy to help.
The Clifton Suspension Bridge, spanning the picturesque Avon Gorge, is the symbol of the city of Bristol. For almost 150 years, this Grade I listed structure has attracted visitors from all over the world. The bridge, based on a design by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, joins Bristol and North Somerset and it has its own visitor centre in Leigh Woods. If you want a guide across the bridge, you’re in luck: free tours of the bridge take place at 3pm every Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday between Easter and October. There's no need to book, either - simply meet a volunteer guide at the Clifton toll booth.
Bristol is home to two well-supported football clubs, Bristol City FC who are based just down the road from our Bristol storage facility, at Ashton Gate stadium, and Bristol Rovers who play their home games a little further afield in the suburb of Horfield. While these two teams may not quite have the status of the country’s very top teams, derby games between them are always entertaining. If you’re a fan and you’ve collected a little too much memorabilia throughout the years, our secure storage space at Access Self Storage Bristol is the perfect place to keep everything safe. Our friendly staff are on hand to find the perfect solution for your storage needs.
Reserving your self storage in Bristol