If you’re looking for colour, character and culture by the sea then a holiday let in Brighton & Hove is the ideal choice for your next holiday.
Self-catering in Brighton & Hove means that you get to take full advantage of all of the foodie delights this cosmopolitan town has on offer from award winning restaurants, funky cafés and independent retailers to famers markets and seaside fish & chips.
Your Brighton & Hove holiday accommodation will be within walking distance of the famous pebble beach, which has everything you would expect of a British seaside holiday such as deckchairs on the pier, cockles & candyfloss and a traditional penny arcade – with modern touches such as fashionable beach front dining, art galleries and adventure sports such as sea kayaking and paddle boarding.
You’ll never be short of things to do on a self-catering holiday in Brighton & Hove, with a lively arts scene all year round and eclectic shopping in The Lanes you’ll also want to find time to just sit and watch the world go by from your Brighton & Hove holiday accommodation.
Book your holiday let vacation in May and you can enjoy the annual Brighton Festival for music, dance, art and theatre. December sees the Burning of the Clocks a traditional procession celebrating the winter solstice where the whole of the seafront explodes in a festival of light.
Your holiday let in Brighton and Hove also makes the perfect base for exploring the South Downs from nearby Devil’s Dyke or Ditchling Beacon, both easily reached by public transport or car.
And if golf is your thing there are challenging golf courses high on the South Downs above the city offering stunning views over Brighton and out to sea.
The range of culture and sport is so broad that you will find you need to return to your self-catering cottage many times to experience Brighton in full, maybe even sampling other holiday cottages in Brighton or cottages nestling high above on the South Downs.
Holiday let destinations close to Brighton and Hove include Shoreham by Sea, in West Sussex, a lovely coastal town on the estuary of the River Adur, with holiday beach homes right on Shoreham Beach. The beautiful village of Ditchling also has lovely holiday cottages, mixed with traditional Sussex village pubs for homely food and a relaxing atmosphere.
Worthing is an attractive traditional seaside town with a fine promenade and Victorian pier. It attracts both old and young. There are many holiday apartments along its seafront. The National Bowls Championship is held in Worthing every year.
Just east of Brighton, Brighton Marina has many fine restaurants offering the visitor a variety of different cuisines with outdoor dining and tables that look out over this busy yacht harbour. Further east there are cottages in picturesque Rottingdean, nestling on the slopes of the Downs, and the beautiful coastal village of Saltdean also has many holiday lets.