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6,834 fantastic accommodation options from 41 holiday letting websites, including Booking.com and Expedia, are listed in Brighton. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo features the best deals as well as the most popular properties in Brighton.
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Price and Availability Index in Brighton
Holiday Letting Price Information in Brighton
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Brighton. Brighton is most expensive in July (06/07 - 13/07), when prices are on average £140 a night. The cheapest week to book a holiday rental is in February (08/02 - 15/02).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Brighton
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Brighton with the graph above. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in February (01/02 - 08/02). People tend to travel to Brighton least during a week in October (26/10 - 02/11) when only 20% of the rentals are booked.
The Weather in Brighton
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Brighton, with temperatures falling below 3°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Discover your perfect Brighton holiday letting by the glittering sea
Renowned as Britain's most hip and desirable seaside town, Brighton has been around since the Bronze age and shows no sign of going anywhere. The town is simply oozing with culture, rich with multiple theatres and live music venues. It's also a shopper's haven, offering antique markets, vintage clothing shops as well as specialist boutiques. Book your family holiday in one of the holiday apartments along the waterfront and wake up to the sound of the waves lapping against the beach. From riding the giant Ferris wheel to walking along the legendary Brighton Pier, visitors to Brighton can experience adventure and excitement all year round.
How to Get to Brighton
You can take the train from St Pancras, London Bridge or London Victoria to Brighton's main train station. If you are flying in to the UK from abroad, it is best to fly into London before heading down to your Brighton holiday home. London is served by four major airports, including Heathrow, Stansted, Gatwick and Luton Airport. There are a range of trains, buses and taxi services available from all of these airports to take you to central London. Once in the city centre, you will find plenty of smooth and fast links to Brighton.
What to Eat in Brighton: a Foodie's Heaven
If you're wondering where to eat in Brighton, you're spoilt for choice! As a seaside town, it offers some of the country's best fish, including the famous fish and chips. But Brighton also carries the torch for authentic organic, vegan and vegetarian cuisine. Terre A Terre serves an exquisite range of classy vegan fare, whilst the Happy Cow is another vegan favourite.
There are plenty of Brighton holiday homes at the heart of Brighton's main cafe district, so you won't have to go too far for your morning coffee, either. The Small Batch Coffee Shop is a busy, coffee-obsessed hotspot for caffeine lovers, followed by the vast skills of the Marwood Coffee Shop.
The very best of Brighton
Brighton is simply bursting with history and sights that will keep you and the family on the go for days. Take the time to walk from your holiday home to the 8.7 km long beach front and enjoy the views of the nostalgic Brighton Pier. Further inland, the ornate Brighton Pavilion and its gardens are a majestic feast for the eyes. You can walk inside its exotic domes and minarets and explore the inner halls that were built in 1811 as a royal residence.
If shopping is more of your thing, then make sure you explore the narrow and winding 'Lanes'. These are clusters of independent shops, cafes and pubs squeezed into narrow, charming alleyways where you are sure to discover something new. Popular shops include the cake emporium Choccywoccydoodah, the colourful antique haven Snooper's Paradise and vintage clothing mecca Beyond Retro. And don't forget to pick up a classy bargain at the Antiques Market on the first Sunday of every month on London Road! Find a Brighton holiday home in the nearby lanes to have close access to the myriad of bargains on offer.
Rich in Culture
The jewel in Brighton's crown is undoubtedly its sheer number of theatres and music venues. You only have to venture a few yards from your Brighton holiday home to run into the Brighton Dome, which stages top touring musicals and family shows. Or find yourself at the Theatre Royal for a West End play.
If music is your thing, find your way to the Hope and Ruin or the famous Concorde 2 for the latest in new, local bands and singer-songwriters.
Brighton with Children: Adventures for All the Family
If you are seeking excitement for both adults and children, then whisk yourselves off to the Brighton Pier. Here, treat yourselves to doughnuts and ice cream whilst walking through the penny arcades. Then, ride the waltzers or the dodgems in the Pier's very own fun fair. And no visit to the waterfront would be complete without riding on the giant Ferris wheel, either by day or night. If you look further up the coast, you will even see the ruins of what was once Brighton's second longest pier, which burnt down many years ago.
If you are looking for a fun adventure for all the family whilst staying in your Brighton holiday home, the Brighton Sea Life centre is close to the waterfront. Boasting the UK's first glass-bottom boat, the centre houses over 150 marine creatures, including the Giant Pacific Octopus. With a range of cheap holiday lettings available in Brighton town centre, you'll never be too far away from the excitement.
Explore Brighton: rolling hills and the English Channel
With its exotic looking domes, the Royal Pavilion is instantly recognisable, and is a must-see attraction. Chandeliers, gilt wood carved dragons, sumptuous silks and magnificent painted walls are displayed just as they would have been in the palace’s heyday.
The North Laine is Brighton’s trendiest shopping area, crammed with bohemian shops and cafes. Here you’ll find everything from handmade cards to second-hand clothes, from vegan pastries to pottery.
North of Brighton, on the South Downs, sits an area of outstanding natural beauty, Devil’s Dyke. The area serves as a place for enjoying country walks, hang gliding and kite flying.
Brighton’s Palace Pier is home to funfair rides and attractions, a casino and penny arcade, numerous food stalls and several bars and restaurants.
This shingle beach is packed with an exciting array of bars, restaurants, boutique shops, art galleries and museums to explore.
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