Cottages in Brighton & Hove

Brighton knows how to enjoy itself. It’s been the playground of the rich and famous for hundreds of years and is still one of the south coast’s most popular resorts. Today both the city of Brighton and its neighbour Hove have lots to offer visitors, whether you are enjoying a short break or a longer holiday. 

We have a wide choice of holiday cottages and holiday lets in the Brighton and Hove area, including more than 20 within Brighton itself. These range from trendy city-centre apartments to seafront properties with coastal views and charming traditional cottages. These cater to different group sizes and some are also pet-friendly and all are close to the superb shops, restaurants and attractions of this much-loved city.

Beach lovers can head to the famous pebbled beaches, lined with bars and restaurants, or the quieter beaches of Hove, just along the promenade, with their stunning seafront properties and colourful beach huts.

If you’re after thrills, seek out the pier for arcade games and a rollercoaster ride, or jump on to the i360 for stunning city, countryside and Channel panoramas. Or how about getting up close to sharks and other underwater critters in the Sealife Centre? Close by you can even go zooming along a 300m zip wire at Brighton Zip.

Prefer to explore at a less frenetic pace? Hire a bike for 3p a minute – you can find them at many of the city’s attractions – or take a stroll through the bohemian Brighton Laines, with their vegetarian cafés and vintage shops.

There’s a strong alternative and independent vibe to Brighton and always has been. After all, nothing says ‘alternative’ like the Royal Pavilion, a nineteenth century confection of domes and minarets that started as a prince’s pleasure palace and later became a wartime hospital.

Today, Brighton is one of the country’s most vegan-friendly cities. Don’t miss Glazed, which sells delicious homemade vegan donuts, or Purezza - the UK’s first 100% vegan pizzeria.

Highlights of Brighton’s year include the Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe too, and  Brighton Pride is the largest LGBTQIA+ festival in the UK.

Brighton is also on the edge of the South Downs National Park. If you would like to visit the area and leave the car behind, the 77, 78 and 79 buses will whisk you out of the bustle of the city to beauty spots like the Devil’s Dyke, Stanmer Park and Ditchling Beacon. Ditchling Beacon and Devil’s Dyke are also popular cycling routes, and the 100m-deep V-shaped valley of Devil’s Dyke also makes it a big draw for paragliders and landboarders. 

Hove Holiday Cottages

Hove is typically considered to be more relaxed and laid back than its Brighton neighbour, yet it still remains an eclectic collection of quirky vintage shops and independent cafés and bars, serving everything from delicious local food and unique craft beers.   

We have a great range of holiday cottages and holiday lets in Hove, from romantic getaways ideal for couples to larger properties for families and groups. Seabreeze for example is a wonderful holiday home that sleeps 12 with the sea at the end of the week.

There’s lots to do in Hove too. Try your hand (or feet) at Footgolf in Hangleton, take a trip to Brighton’s Open Air Theatre or head to Hove Lagoon to experience a range of watersports, from wakeboarding to sailing.
 



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