Group homestays in Brighton


brighton-815306_960_720Brighton is the largest seaside resort in Sussex.

The Royal Pavilion is a former royal palace built as a home for the Prince Regent during the early 19th century. Similar styled buildings in Brighton include the Sassoon Mausoleum, which is now in use as a supper club. Brighton Palace Pier features a funfair, restaurants and arcade halls. Brighton clocktower was built in 1888 for Queen Victoria’s jubilee.

Volk’s Electric Railway runs along the inland edge of the beach from Brighton Pier to Black Rock and Brighton Marina, and is the world’s oldest operating electric railway. The Grand Hotel was built in 1864 and its nighttime blue lighting is particularly prominent along the foreshore.

Brighton has a 5.4-mile (8.7 km) expanse of shingle beach littered with bars, restaurants, nightclubs, sports facilities and amusement arcades mainly along the central section between the West and Palace Piers. This section of the beach can be visited by over 150,000 people at weekends in high summer.

Brighton museums include Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Preston Manor, Booth Museum of Natural History, Brighton Toy and Model Museum, and Brighton Fishing Museum.

The Lanes form a retail, leisure and residential area near the seafront. The Lanes contain clothing stores, jewellers, antique shops, restaurants and pubs. The North Lane area is a retail and leisure area which contains a mix of businesses dominated by cafés, independent and avant-garde shops, bars and theatres.



Brighton is served by the Brighton railway station, and destinations include London Victoria, London Bridge and St Pancras International. Most trains serve Gatwick Airport, and those operated by Thameslink continue to St Albans, Luton, Luton Airport Parkway and Bedford. The West Coastway Line serves stations to Hove, Worthing, Portsmouth and Southampton; and the East Coastway Line runs via Lewes to Newhaven, Eastbourne, Hastings and Ashford, Kent, crossing the landmark London Road viaduct en route and providing spectacular views of Brighton.


The Brighton & Hove Bus Company, owned by the Go-Ahead Group runs most bus services in Brighton and controls about 280 buses. Compass Travel, The Big Lemon, Metrobus, Stagecoach South and The Sussex Bus also operate some services to central Brighton.

Rates for Brighton

Prices are per night. Please note the below is a guide, please contact us for the full rates and list of supplements.

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High season is 1 February to 31 July and 1 September to 31 October.
Low season is 1 to 31 January, 1 to 31 August and 1 November to 31 December.

Supplements for Brighton

Supplement for leaders/drivers in twin room is £3.00 pppn on above prices.
Supplement for leaders in single room, subject to availability, is £6.00 pppn on above prices.
Supplement for drivers in single room is £10.00 pppn on above prices.
Extra packed lunch is £5.00 pppn.
A supplement of £2.00 per person per night will be added for 2 night stay bookings.

Booking fee

1-3 nights = £100.00
4-7 nights = £50.00
8 nights or more = £0.00

  • May include:
  • Beachy Head
  • Hove
  • Kemptown
  • Ovingdean
  • Portsmouth
  • Rottingdean
  • Saltdean
  • Southampton
  • Woodingdean
  • Worthing


Please note that although we do cover the above areas we may not necessarily be recruiting new hosts in all areas at all times. If you are thinking of becoming a host, but would first like to confirm if we are currently recruiting in your area prior to completing the application form, please drop us a quick message on our contact us form and let us know your postcode. We will reply as quickly as possible.