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Where to stay in Brighton

VacationRenter offers 756 holiday lettings in Brighton, and we’re confident that you’ll find a place that meets your budget. Our website offers a wide selection of properties from top travel sites such as Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway, Booking.com, and many more. If you’re in search of an affordable home to let in Brighton, you’ll be pleased to find that 20% of properties cost less than $69 a night. Staying in Brighton will give you close access to Queen's Park, Brighton and Brighton Beach, making it easy to explore with your favourite travel buddies. Can’t quite find the right holiday home in Brighton? We can also provide search results for nearby cities like Brighton and Brighton. Allow us to help you plan the holiday you deserve.

Where Is Brighton, England?

A seaside resort in the county of East Sussex, Brighton lies between the South Downs and the English Channel. A constituent part of the formal city of Brighton and Hove, Brighton is located on the south coast of England, approximately 76 kilometers south of London.

What Is Brighton Famous For?

There are several monikers to attach to the city of Brighton. Labeled as the UK’s “hippest city” and the happiest place to live in the UK, Brighton is a place of wild weekends and gay pride. The most popular seaside destination in the UK for overseas tourists, millions arrive in their droves to sample the bohemian, hedonistic vibe of this colorfully outrageous coastal city.

A Quick Guide to Brighton, UK

  • Royal Pavilion: The city’s number one must-see attraction, the Royal Pavilion is a true embodiment of its name. Once the glittering party pad and palace of Prince George, later King George IV, it’s one of the most opulently ornate buildings in England, and certainly the most sublime example of early 19th-century chinoiserie in any European city. A symbol of Brighton’s hedonism and decadence, this eye-popping spectacle is an unmissable chunk of Sussex history.
  • Brighton Palace Pier: Taste the very best of English seaside life when you visit Brighton Palace Pier. A pleasure pier located in the city center, this land of fun, games, and wonder attracts locals, tourists, friends, and families, to scream their lungs out on the roller coasters, whirl about on their fairground rides, and chow down on candyfloss and chips.
  • British Airways i360: British Airways i360 is not the next flight out, but is instead the awe-inspiring 162-meter observation tower that overlooks the Brighton seafront. Located on the landward end of the former West Pier, visitors can treat themselves to 360-degree views across Brighton, the South Downs, and the English Channel. Brought to you by the team who built the London Eye, the panoramic vistas that one could see from this fantastically tall observation tower are nothing short of spectacular.

Popular Destinations Near Brighton

  • Hever Castle: Since 1271, Hever Castle has stood proud within the tiny English village of Hever in Kent. The grand castle is saturated in rich history as its stories and secrets permeate throughout its walls. Originally built as a country house, the castle later became the seat of the Boleyn family between 1462 and 1539. Anne Boleyn, the second of Henry VIII’s eight wives, spent her early childhood there when her father, Thomas Boleyn, inherited the castle in 1505. After Thomas Boleyn’s death, the castle then came into the possession of Anne of Cleves, Henry’s fourth wife, after Henry acquired the castle in the settlement of the dissolved marriage between Henry and Anne. Now open to the public, the castle is a tribute to Anne Boleyn’s innocent childhood, her tumultuous relationship with the Tudor King, her notorious reputation, and her tragic downfall. For any history enthusiasts who want to see a more personal side of the Tudor period, visiting Hever Castle is an opportunity not to be missed.
  • Lewes: Located just under ten kilometers from Brighton, Lewes sits as a picturesquely idyllic market town, overpouring with history. Cosy in the crook of the South Downs; the meandering streets and charming houses are only some of the glittering gems you can discover during a delightful afternoon stroll. Situated near a city that embodies hedonism and indulgence, it is no surprise that Lewes is home to a rich royal heritage, which can be explored through the eponymous Lewes Castle, built after 1081 following the Norman Invasion, as well as the home of Henry VIII’s fourth wife, Anne of Cleves.

Best Neighborhoods in Brighton

  • Seven Dials: Idyllically located atop a hill north of Brighton Station, Seven Dials is a gracefully pretty Victorian village that will literally make you feel like you are on top of the world. For those who enjoy the finer things in life, look no further. Offering an array of high-end gastronomic options, Seven Dials is plentiful with upscale elegance and sophistication.

Home-types in Brighton

Brighton has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Brighton:

Points of interests in Brighton

Brighton has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Brighton:

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