Find out the best Airbnb Brighton has to offer. Brighton is a City by the beach in England, it is a favorite for tourists to visit, thanks to the famous Brighton Pier and Bohemian vibes.
Brighton is known as a hub for creatives, you can tell it when you are just wondering the streets of Brighton with its colorful buildings and street art.
Brighton has much going for itself, so it is no wonder it gets over 11 million tourists a year says the Brighton and Hove Independent. When you go for a weekend in Brighton you will need to get accommodation.
The best way to do this is to get an Airbnb Brighton, as they are cheaper than hotels. The Brighton Airbnb market amounts to one-third of hotel rooms.
Whether you’re looking for an old traditional style home or one that comes with a stand-alone bathtub, Brighton Airbnb rental offers something for everyone. Here are my top picks of the quirky airbnb brighton places to stay by the seaside.
The best Neighborhoods in Brighton to stay in?
There are so many cool areas in Brighton, but find out is the best places to stay in. Brighton is diverse as the landscape also. Here is my pick of the best neighborhoods in Brighton to look for an Airbnb Brighton.
This is the best place, and I live here. It is called Kemptown after the landowner Thomas Kemp. It is a very small village east of central Brighton. The town showcases some of the best Regency-inspired architecture and has lots of mews that are old stables turned into homes. It’s very close to the beach with some Kemp Townhomes just across the road from the beach. It is very close to airbnb brighton marina has to offer.
It has one of the best Bakery’s in Brighton called Open Bakery and lots of pubs, cafes, and the best thing is, it is only about 25 minutes’ walk to get to the city center of Brighton. Kemp town also hosts the one day a year Kemp Town Festival with parades, lots of amazing music, crafts and food stalls.
2. The Lanes & North Laine
This area is the right bang in the city center. It spans from the north lanes and over North street into the may lanes. It is full of vintage shops, cafes and restaurants, and famous landmarks. Some of the buildings there date back to the days when Brighton was Brighthelmstone. You won’t have to go too far to have fun being in the heart of the city.
Hove has lots of Regency-style squares that are close to the seaside. Hove has the famous colorful beach huts and finds out more free things to do in Brighton and Hove. Hove is well serviced by bus and train, so it is well-connected with the rest of Brighton and England. Hove has lots of great restaurants, cafes.
4. London road
London Road is a student haven, as it is close to the university and town center. There is an independent cinema there called the Duke of York that is one of the oldest cinemas in the UK, and there are lots of great pubs there such as the Worlds End that is millennial heaven, with its hipster vibe inside and an arcade upstairs.
There are also lots of creative spaces there and cafes. The great thing about this area is the open market that has wonderful food.
Hanover is a beautiful part of Brighton. It is known for its bright and colorful houses and buildings. It was once where the low-income lived but now has changed into a yuppies heaven.
It is situated on a steep hill, lined with streets of tightly packed Victorian cottages. The area’s streets are full of bars, cafes, and pubs. It is only 15 minutes walk to get to the Brighton train station and the city center.
Best time to go to Brighton
The winter months are a great time to visit Brighton if you don’t want the town full of tourists, but the main downside is that it will be very cold and not a great time to go to the beach or even swim in the sea. Also, all the events Brighton has to offer are later in the year.
This is a great month to go, especially April and May the weather getting hotter and if you are brave you can go swimming the sea, as I have seen lots of people swimming. April is busy for like 2 weeks when the UK schools have 2 weeks half term. One of the busiest times in Brighton is May as there are 2 festivals on the whole of May, Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe. I highly recommend you go to these festivals- there is a wonderful array of comedy, drama, dance, and music with a pro-LGBTQ+ slant to it! It is Brighton after all!
The summer has the best weather if you are looking for scorching heat, as with global warming the summer gets hotter and hotter each year. That can be a good sign and a bad one, but that is a topic for another blog post. The summer is the busiest time with lots of Brits and tourists flocking to the beach and lots of stag/hen parries and events throughout the summer.
This is the best time to go as fewer tourists are visiting. The best time is September as it still is hot. I am told by a Brightonian that the best month to go swimming in the sea in September as this is when the sea is the warmest.
The Best 15 Airbnb Brighton Has To Offer
1. An urban oasis with a hot tub
This is the most expensive Airbnb in Brighton on the list. When you first step into this modern apartment you will fall in love with the rich textures and chic furnishings. It still has some of the original designs.
This property has all the facilities you can ever want in a home. The property has six double beds, three bathrooms and garden patio TV and hot tub. This home is located in the Hove city center about one mile from the beach and situated on a quit stunning tree-lined street. You won’t regret this Airbnb. This is the best airbnb hove has to offer.