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If you have any questions or would like to reserve a room at our Pennywell Road store, call us, fill in our online contact form or chat with us online and one of our helpful team can help. If you choose to reserve a room with us at our Pennywell Road store today, there’s no deposit to pay.
To help you to know how much space to begin with, we have some helpful video guides to show you what each size of room looks like and how much could fit inside each. Alternatively, our team are on hand in-store, on the phone or online to offer personalised advice on what size of room will best meet your needs. If you know you'll be staying with us for a while, we offer a discount at our Pennywell Road store for stays of 12 months or longer.
Safestore Self Storage in Bristol Pennywell Road
Our Pennywell Road store is very accessible. All of our self storage rooms and offices are on the ground floor with drive-up room access, and several have extra-high (14ft) ceilings. We can provide trolleys and a forklift service if needed, to make loading and unloading your room as easy as possible.
Whether you need space for student, household or business storage, we have rooms in a range of sizes to accommodate whatever you need to store. Our 10 sq ft lockers are the perfect size for student belongings, extra household storage (for camping and sporting gear out of season, for instance) or business archives. A 100 sq ft space would comfortably accommodate the contents of a 2-3 bedroomed house during a house move or renovations. Our largest storage areas are warehouse-sized (500 sq ft) and could be used to store the contents of a much larger home, or your business’s stock and equipment.
Our office spaces are let unfurnished to keep our costs low and to allow you to equip your space with whatever you need for your business to run smoothly. We charge a single, low weekly fee that includes all services and fees: we’re a cheaper alternative to traditional commercial premises and by renting office space through us you don’t need to pay commercial property taxes.
Bristol is a great place to live and work, thanks to its road and rail connections to the south of England, its wide range of booming industries and easy access to some of the country’s most beautiful areas of countryside. The city centre is thriving and is home to a good mixture of big-name high street stores and independent shops, restaurants, bars and clubs.
Many of the city’s university students choose to remain here after graduation, not only because of the decent job prospects but because it’s a great place in which to achieve a good work-life balance.