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Make a holiday home in Brighton and Hove your home away from home

HomeAway can help you pinpoint the holiday home in Brighton and Hove that suits you best. Brighton is a city that offers lots of history, some excellent shopping, first-class visitor attractions and nightlife, as well as a long waterfront with pebble beaches. Apartments in Brighton and Hove are often set in handsome stucco buildings dating back to the 19th Century, but offering all of the modern comforts you could need. You can pick from a range of locations in Brighton - on the seafront, at the heart of the city or even close to one of the area’s golf courses. You can also choose the guest facilities at your accommodation. For instance, you can narrow down your search for Brighton apartments with useful extras such as Internet access or the simple convenience of a parking space.

Things to do

-Beach. The beachfront at Brighton has everything you might expect from a traditional English resort. There’s a long and wide shingle beach, awarded Blue Flag status and complemented by amusements, cafes and fish and chip shops. There’s also a large marina, and to the east is a sports complex offering a variety of seaside activities, like beach volleyball.

-History. One of the essential sights in Brighton is the Royal Pavilion, which was developed by William IV in his time as the Prince Regent during the early 19th Century into a lavish seaside getaway. The complex has an oriental theme and boasts an extravagant interior. You can also learn about the history of the city at the adjacent Brighton Museum.

-Shopping. Brighton is known as a top destination on the south coast for retail therapy, thanks to its numerous independent and artisan shops. A hotspot can be found around The Lanes, the oldest part of the city, where there are cafes, art galleries, vintage clothing and antiques establishments, but most of all, handmade jewellery shops.

-Attractions. Brighton is blessed with a variety of premier visitor attractions, including the Sea Life Centre, which is the oldest aquarium in the world still in operation. There’s also the Palace Pier, which is packed with all the classic seaside amusements, as well as restaurants, rides and shops.

-Nightlife. For younger visitors Brighton is one of England’s best known party destinations, with all kinds of stylish bars, live music venues and raucous nightclubs. There are also plenty of low-key options here, including theatres, comedy clubs, fantastic restaurants of all varieties and a wide range of traditional pubs.

Weather in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove is located in a part of England with mild and relatively changeable weather for most of the year. Temperatures in mid-summer usually get up to the low-20s, with spells of warmer weather occurring for a few days at a time. Summer is also the driest time of year, with half the rainfall of the autumn and winter months. Temperatures in mid-winter usually peak well above freezing, around eight or nine degrees, while in spring daily highs tend to reach the mid-teens.

Travel to Brighton and Hove

If travelling from abroad, you can get to your Brighton and Hove holiday home via London Gatwick (LGW), which is within an hour by car to the north of the city. Brighton is also connected to London via the train, with services at short intervals between the city’s railway station and London’s Victoria and London Bridge. Public transport in Brighton and Hove is provided by buses, with five metro routes, and a number of other routes linking the city with towns around Sussex and Kent.

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Recent Reviews

Cozy and quiet place

5 of 5
We really enjoyed our stay in Siobhan's place. There was enough room for the four of us (the place actually sleeps five). The kitchen was well equipped and the amenities clean. There is a terrace and garden which we enjoyed using when the sun shone. Siobhan was really helpful during our stay and we would definitely come back.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 24, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

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Where else would you find a detached house for a family with generous parking, unique & comfortable surroundings, with outside space? Right here. It's a beautiful house, lovingly & thoughfully maintained, with a homey feel. Just off Dyke Road, so easy bus I to town, or a 20 min. walk. Tesco Express at the corner for essentials, or just croissants to warm in the lovely AGA cooker. True an extra loo and a shower would be handy (and more economical for the owner) but the handsome Victorian roll-top bath was a gorgeous indulgence.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 20, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017