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Brighton, United Kingdom
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Price per night
July : £161
Price in August
Type of accommodation
2 Bedrooms, 65m²
Price per week
November : £157
A holiday rental in Brighton is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Brighton is £159.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Brighton, you have to pay on average £1 112 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £1 100 and £1 125 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Brighton are less expensive in November: £157 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 1% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 1% (£161 per night) in 07, which is the most expensive month to live in Brighton.
On average, rentals in Brighton can accommodate 6 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 101 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Brighton is £160 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £1 119.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Brighton costs on average £159, for Friday and Saturday nights.
33% of accommodation is still available for a stay in September. It will be necessary to pay on average £160 per night.
Book accommodation in Brighton on Likibu to find a selection of places to stay. Browse our serviced apartments in the seaside town of Brighton to enjoy the cultural buzz that this town gives off.
Brighton's seaside city is a not so hidden jewel of the South of England, located around an hours trip from London, Brighton is popular with the overspill of London's hipster crowds. A cultural hub with a constant buzz of activity, Brighton is making waves as one of the most popular weekend break destinations in the UK. With hundreds of weekend apartments in Brighton available and things to do, things to do see as well as plenty of delicious places to eat and drink we can see why.
As with any UK city, there is no consistent weather pattern. All we can advise is for you to visit in the summer months (June, July and August) if you want to see the sun and have reasonably warm weather. Whatever the month there is always a risk of rain or brisk breeze from the sea. However, Brighton is a place you can visit anytime of the year as it there is always something fun on!
Similar to other growing cities in the UK, hotels in Brighton are often costly and can lack personality, Brighton holiday rentals are a great way of often saving yourself a few quid and giving a much more personal and up close experience of Brighton.
If you want to experience the South Coast at it's best then Brighton beach apartments are a great way of doing this. From holiday apartments in Brighton and Hove to Brighton Marina Apartments, you can snap up that all important sea view from a wide range of holiday apartments in Brighton.
Kemptown, Hove, and the Laines are great alternatives from the seafront and each have their quirky character traits which often is represented in the interior of our Brighton holiday rentals. Regardless of where you stay in Brighton, each of these districts is a must visit whilst staying in Brighton.
It is not uncommon for visitors to choose accommodation in other beautiful areas surrounding Brighton, where you can visit the city for the day as part of a wider southern coastline adventure. Look for a holiday apartment in Portsmouth which is only a short train ride from the famous seaside destination. There is also a selection of quaint holiday cottages in Eastbourne which are just half an hour from Brighton's seafront.
Brighton is a melting pot of arts, culture, music and festivals no matter what time of year you're visiting. From contemporary galleries to rum, gin and beer festivals, there is plenty to keep children, teen and adults entertained! If you're planning your trip around an event then these are the two that we'd 100% put on your list!
Brighton Pride is probably the most famous and biggest event to happen in Brighton year on year, meaning if you want to attend then we'd suggest you check out and book Brighton apartments to rent in advance to avoid disappointment. Held to promote equality and diversity and to eliminate discrimination again the LGBT community; Pride is a great family friendly event which consists of an extravagant parade through the city centre, a festival event in Preston Park as well as the Gay Village Party. Around 400,000 tourists from all over the UK (and world) flock to Brighton during pride to experience this in the UK's gay capital.
Each spring, Brighton hosts the world's third largest fringe festival which conveniently runs alongside Brighton Festival, meaning you kill two birds with one stone when visiting the city. Featuring cabaret, comedy, club nights, theatre and classical concerts plus street performers throughout the event - this is a great event that showcases Brightons personality
One of the most exciting and growing scenes in Brighton, is it's food, bar and cafe culture. With new independent bars and restaurants opening daily, it's impossible to visit all whether you're a local or brand new visitor to the city.
Book on to Brighton Food Tours which is a fantastic way to get a little snippet of Brightons food scene and discovering places that you would never find on your own. From tea tasting at Bluebird Tea Company to as many fries as you can handle at BeFries and of course, it wouldn't be a trip to the seaside without fresh oysters. This is a highly recommended tour you won't be disappointed with and great value for money.
Other favourites on Brightons restaurant scenes include Purezza, a plant based Pizza place in Kemptown - get their early as there's always a queue! For brunch, head to the North Laines and try out Moshka Caffe - there Banana Pancakes are to die for! You also can't beat fresh fish and chips from Regency Cafe, one of the oldest cafes in Brighton, set on the sea front with a famous English dish - what more could you ask for!
Staying in a serviced apartments Brighton also gives you the option to shop local in a plethora of indie organic foodie stores to whip up a storm in comfort; a great activity if the weather isn't on your side!
The cocktail scene in Brighton has to be seen to be believed - If you want to find the best Espresso Martini in the UK then Brighton is your city. From a salted caramel espresso martini at The Mesmerist to a smoking espresso martini on dry ice in Bohemia plus everything in between, we haven't found a bad one yet! Here's are top three cocktail must visits;
The Black Dove situated in Kemptown is one of the quirkiest bars in Brighton with it's interior dark mahogany and unique furniture and collectables. is definitely one of Brighton's quirkiest bars and pubs. Their cocktail list is a vintage as their interior with unusual but delicious cocktails to choose from.
okay, not quite specifically cocktails but The Gin Tub, Hove is beautifully decorated, offers an array of gins as well as their sign that's had plenty of PR - "NO Wifi!! NO Signal!! Just good old fashioned chit-chat". Our kind of bar!