Sea Mill borders the Stoke Bishop area of Bristol and is approximately four miles from Bristol City Centre in a location between Westbury on Trym and Sneyd Park. This suburb of Bristol has a primary school, two churches, village hall, cricket club and local shops. It is also an area favoured by Bristol University for use as Halls of Residence. The site is within easy reach of the City Centre over The Downs, with access to the recent development at Cabot Circus, offering all the major retailers in the centre of the City. Bristol has two Universities with Bristol University being one of the leading Universities in England. Bristol also has many excellent independent schools such as Bristol Cathedral School and Bristol Grammar School all within easy reach. For commuters, Bristol Temple Meads is the main-line station whilst Stoke Bishop has a regular bus-service to the centre. Bristol has many attractions including Clifton Suspension Bridge, theatres including the Bristol Old Vic, two large cinema complexes, numerous quality restaurants and bars and a rich and varied cultural life.