Popular Accommodations in Brighton
Highlights in Brighton
- Largest seaside resort in England
- Holiday with dog possible
- Numerous golf courses
Most popular in Brighton
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Holiday homes in Brighton
The seaside resort on the English Channel is internationally known for its cosmopolitanism and offers families, dog owners, festival visitors or active holidaymakers a varied stay. If you want a direct view of the sea, you will find a beach house or holiday home in Brighton along the Kingsway and Marine Parade promenades. Restaurants, small shops and cafés are in the immediate vicinity. Travelers will find similar comfort in the western Adur or in the eastern coastal town of Peacehaven.Dreamlike accommodations in green surroundings
Towards the city centre there are numerous parks in the entire town centre, which guarantee idyllic living. For example, you can rent a holiday home in Brighton directly at Preston Park Velodrome or live in the eastern Woodingdean district on the border with Castle Hill National Nature Reserve. Fabulous cottages and apartments await you in the northern suburbs of Mid Sussex or Lewes.
Holidays in Brighton
Location and orientation
About 70 km south of London, Brighton covers an area of 82.67 km² in the southeast of Great Britain. With about 273,000 inhabitants and its location on the English Channel, the city is the largest seaside resort in England and belongs to the county of East Sussex.Millennium Cities
The cities of Portslane, Hove and Brighton, which run from west to east, are independent but have grown together over time. Since 1997, the cities have had unitary authority status and are jointly administered as Millennium City Brighton & Hove.
Travelers and Activities
East Sussex and the natural surroundings of Brighton are a paradise for golfers. Beginners and passionate players will find a total of 18 well-kept courses within a radius of 20 km, lined by the English Channel, small forests and rivers, where guests are always welcome without being a club member. Wonderful hilly landscapes with 18-hole courses await you north of the port of Brighton in the "East Brighton Golf Club", north of Portslane in the "Dyke Golf Club" or east of Newhaven in the "Peacehaven Golf Club".Brighton with dog
Since the abolition of strict quarantine laws, travellers with four-legged friends have been welcome guests in the port city. If you have a complete EU vaccination passport, you can rent an apartment where keeping animals is permitted. Brighton has been named the most dog-friendly city in the UK and has a number of designated dog beaches during the summer months. From October to April the bathing of dogs is allowed everywhere. In The Lanes you'll find shops such as dog hairdressers, four-legged fashion boutiques, dog toys and food and a dog café.
In 1974 the Swedish band ABBA won the Grand Prix d`Eurovision in Brighton with their song "Waterloo".
Top travel tips
Directly at Brighton Beach, the "Palace Pier" rises as a pier on the sea and is a small amusement park for families. Carousels, coin games, trampolines or stands with culinary delicacies line the wide walkway. A highlight is the Giant Ferris Wheel of the city built on the beach.Royal Pavilion
Since 1815, the "Royal Pavilion" has adorned Brighton as an exotic building. Originally built in Indian style by the Prince of Wales George IV, the pavilion can now be visited during multilingual guided tours. The magnificent rooms include the music room, the banquet hall, salon and reception rooms, royal bedrooms or the kitchen.toy museum
The "Brighton Toy and Model Museum" is located below the station lobby and presents around 10,000 historical models and toys on an exhibition area of 1200 m². The exhibits include rare original productions by renowned manufacturers such as Steiff or Bing, remote-controlled aircraft and a precious collection of model railways.