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Brighton Holiday Village Parking Included - Brighton - Living room
Free Wi-Fi
South Downs View
9.4 Wonderful
£104+
£104+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Number Five
8.6 Very Good
£83+
£83+
Free Wi-Fi

Good to know

Low season

October

High season

September

Average price (weeknight)

£372

Average price (weekend night)

£90
Cheapest month to stay with an average 49% drop in price.
Most expensive month to stay with an average 162% rise in price.
Average Sun - Thu price over the last 2 weeks.
Average Fri & Sat price over the last 2 weeks.

When to book a holiday rental in Brighton

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Top tips for finding Brighton holiday rental deals

  • For Brighton holiday rentals offering lots of activities, book Studio In The Lanes Brighton. From here, you can go fishing, canoeing and snorkelling. You can also hike, cycle and horse-ride, or go bowling. There's a full kitchen, with grocery deliveries available.
  • To find Brighton holiday rentals near its best pubs, cocktail bars and night spots, stay in The Lanes neighbourhood. From The Loft Brighton you can walk to a dozen of these drinking holes. It's a very chic, modern rental with full limited mobility access.
  • Enjoy Brighton holiday rentals with something out of the ordinary at On the Water - By My Getaways. You'll be staying on a jetty inside the Brighton Marina with the sea at your fingertips.
  • Between The Lanes and Kemptown neighbourhoods, you'll find Salt Life Cottage. Book here if you're only in Brighton for a weekend getaway. It's self-catering and lies on the beachfront. You can also walk to tourist attractions like the Royal Pavilion to make the most of your short stay.
  • If you're into culture and history as well as seaside holidays, book at Birch in the Lanes. It's a very homely self-catering rental near Fabrica Contemporary Art Gallery, Kellie Miller Arts and the Brighton Fishing Museum. The Old Police Cells Museum is a 4-minute walk away.
  • Wi-Fi, parking, and linens are the most popular holiday rental property amenities in Brighton
  • Holiday rentals in Brighton are around 54% more expensive than hotels on average. Search here to compare prices for all accommodation types in Brighton.
  • The best holiday rental properties in Brighton are Brighton Beach Apartment Parking Free & Ev Port (9.8, 81 reviews), Seafront Sanctuary Beautiful Art Deco Apartment With Stunning City & Sea Views (9.7, 47), and The Studio @ 93 Bernard Rd (9.7, 138), based on ratings and reviews from real travellers.
  • If you’re looking for a cheap holiday rental in Brighton, you should consider visiting during the low season. The cheapest holiday homes in Brighton can be found in October and May.
  • The cheapest night for renting a holiday home in Brighton is Sunday. In contrast, the most expensive is Monday.
  • Book your Brighton holiday rental at least 41 days before your stay begins to get the best price.
  • Holiday rentals are a popular choice for both long and short-term stays. KAYAK users usually book their holiday rental in Brighton for 2 days.
  • The cheapest Brighton holiday rental found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was £52, while the most expensive was £187.

FAQs when booking a holiday home in Brighton

  • How much is a holiday rental for a week in Brighton?

    The average price for a weekly Brighton holiday rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is £2,442.

  • How much is a holiday rental for a month in Brighton?

    The average price for a monthly Brighton holiday rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is £10,467.

  • What types of holiday rentals are available in Brighton?

    There are loads of different property types that you can make your holiday home in Brighton. You’ll find apartments, bungalows, cabins, campgrounds, chalets, condos, cottages, houses, campsites, homestays, lodges, luxury tents and villas.

  • What are some of the most-loved holiday rentals available in Brighton?

    There are many types of properties available for Brighton holiday rentals. If you’re looking for something special, holiday rentals most loved by KAYAK users are John Wayne's Lodge By Sea and Ei8ht Brighton Guest Accommodation.

  • What are the most popular Brighton holiday rentals for a large group?

    If you’re a large group then you’ll need plenty of space. The highest rated holiday homes that can sleep 6 people or more by KAYAK users are Seaview Mansion Apartment - Central Hove With Parking and Marina Vista - Luxury Seafront Apartments.

  • Are there any pet-friendly holiday rentals in Brighton?

    There are a number of dog and pet-friendly Brighton holiday rentals, with around 15% allowing you to bring your pet along with you.

  • How much is a holiday rental in Brighton?

    KAYAK users have found holiday rentals in Brighton for as cheap as £130 in the last 3 days. The average price is £349.

  • How much is a holiday rental in Brighton for tonight?

    In the last 72 hours, users have found Brighton holiday rentals for tonight for as low as £134. Search here for similar prices

  • How can I find holiday rentals near me in Brighton?

    Take a look at our holiday rentals map to find the best holiday rental homes near you.

  • What is a good family-friendly holiday rental in Brighton?

    Brighton is one of the UK's most popular family seaside resorts so there's no shortage of rentals. Brighton Square Apartments will make an excellent choice. Besides a well-stocked self-catering kitchen, you'll have generous family rooms with a roomy living area. All laundry appliances are included and you can get baby cribs or high chairs placed in your room. There's also a garden for younger children to play in while you relax on the patio.

  • Where will I find cheaper rentals in Brighton?

    The city centre is the best place to look for cheaper rentals in Brighton. Here, you'll find Mania Apartments. They're modern and compact, yet come in at around half the average price. There's a shared kitchen for self-catering, full laundry facilities and a tennis court. The lively Brighton City Centre is only about a 2-minute walk away from your accommodation.

  • Where should I stay to easily reach Brighton's tourist attractions?

    Brighton holiday homes in The Lanes district of the city centre is the most well-situated in the midst of the city's tourist attractions. If you stay somewhere like City Heart Brighton you'll within 15 minutes' walk of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Sea Life Centre and the Old Steine Gardens. It's an adults-only rental with a full kitchen, right on the beachfront too.

  • Is there a good rental close to public transport?

    Brighton Laines Apartments are set back a little from the beachfront, closer to the city's central amenities. The North Laine neighbourhood is also a bit quieter. You can walk from the apartments to Brighton Railway Station in about 2 minutes, so you couldn't be any closer. It has a full kitchen, with Churchill Square shopping centre also a short walk away on the same road for provisions. You'll also enjoy streaming services and express check-out. Nearby attractions include the Brighton Dome and the Brighton Toy and Model Museum.

Where to stay in Brighton?

Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Brighton by showing you the exact location of each holiday rental.