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Destination guide

Fun in the City of Brighton and Hove holiday lettings

Pack the dancing shoes and fire up the motor scooter – it's time to hit the City of Brighton and Hove. This rollicking and rambunctious South Coast resort has always been a hotbed of hedonism, liberalism and downright fun. Curiously, that's mixed in with a tradition of wholesome English holidaying, giving a real sense of variety. Whether you come to wander the boho vintage stores of North Laine or play Whac-a-Mole on Brighton Pier, shindig with the huge LGBTQ community or sip Earl Grey in the seaside tearooms, the City of Brighton and Hove holiday rentals are the perfect place to stay.

History

History in the City of Brighton and Hove holiday homes

The City of Brighton and Hove has an array of historic sites to delight the history buff. Holiday homes are available near places like Royal Pavilion, an iconic Regency palace and museum built for King George IV with restored rooms and gardens, and Volk’s Electric Railway, a Victorian railway from the 19th century that offers seasonal tours. You’ll also like the Booth Museum of Natural History, a museum with exhibits on the natural world and hands-on experiences.

Things to do

Attractions near City of Brighton and Hove holiday lettings

The Palace Pier is the place to start. It's a veritable icon of this fun-loving town. You can even bag the City of Brighton and Hove holiday rentals on the seafront to ensure you're right next to its twinkling arcades and gaming rooms, looping rollercoasters and rides. Close by, there's a chance to delve into the ocean, with the great tanks and walkthrough tunnels of SEA LIFE Brighton hosting turtles and anemones and starfish – it's said to be the oldest aquarium in the world. A jaunt to North Laine is also a must – it's a vintage shopping mecca.

Activities

What to do near City of Brighton and Hove holiday homes

There might be something about the sea air that makes people want to party as soon as they hit the salt-washed City of Brighton and Hove – or maybe it's just the awesome clubs and boho beer dives that make a shindig here such an attractive prospect. Either way, you should never be short of a fiesta, what with the Brighton Festival kicking things off with its medley of street performers and stand-up acts in May. That's backed up by the Brighton Festival Fringe, with its curious "open-house" shows. Then there's Brighton Pride – the biggest LGBTQ get-together in the whole UK.

Weather

Local weather near City of Brighton and Hove holiday homes

Culture-lovers and fans of cosy English tearooms certainly won't be disappointed by the City of Brighton and Hove holiday rentals in the winter. You can still sip a brew and gaze at the pretty Mughal-style domes of the Brighton Pavilion in the wet and windy months between December and March. A summer trip is the most popular, though. Coming between June and August means catching the beach at its most happening and the seaside in full swing.

Natural features

Pebbles and seas in the City of Brighton and Hove

The whole length of the Brighton shoreline is fringed by the pebbles of Brighton Beach. It's what made the city such a popular getaway for Victorians and it continues to pulse with life today. The other natural treat is the South Downs National Park. That rings the town with its high dykes and grass-topped hills, eventually hitting the coast, with its chalk-white cliffs, like the Seven Sisters. Be sure to join the 100-mile-long stretch of the South Downs Way if you're looking to explore that.

How to get there

Transport to and around Brighton and Hove

Fly into London (LGW-Gatwick), the closest airport, located 21.4 mi (34.4 km) from the city centre.

If you're travelling by train, Brighton Moulsecoomb Station, Brighton London Road Station and Preston Park Station are the main stations in the city.

Good for couples

Romantic holiday homes in the City of Brighton and Hove

The City of Brighton and Hove has numerous romantic locations to explore as a couple. Holiday homes are available near places like Preston Manor, an Edwardian-style mansion and walled garden with colourful flowers and plants, and Hove Park, a large parkland with flowers, sculptures and grassy areas for recreation. You could also visit Hove Museum & Art Gallery, a museum within a villa with exhibits of toys, film, local history and fine art.

Can I find a vacation rental around Brighton-Hove?

Yes, our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 563 vacation rentals near Brighton-Hove. From 68 cottages to 252 flats & apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Brighton-Hove for a holiday or a weekend are on Vrbo.