Location & map

Brighton is about 1 hour from London and is easily accessible by train, road and plane. The house is centrally located near the sea front and is a short walk from the Pier, Brighton Pavillion and the quirky shopping districts of Kemp Town, The Lanes & the North Laines. The house is a short £5 taxi ride from the train station.

There are at least 2 trains per hour from London Victoria and 2 per hour from London Bridge originating in Bedford. The house is a short £5 to £6 taxi ride from the train station.

Brighton Coach station is at Pool Valley, just near the entrance to the Pier and a short walk to the house, if your bags are heavy there is a taxi rank at the station and a taxi should only cost about £3.

Arriving into Brighton from the A23, follow the signs to the town centre and sea front. When you reach the small roundabout opposite Brighton Pier take the first exit along Marine Parade. Proceed through two sets of traffic lights and just before you get to the third set of lights turn left into Bedford Street. We are about a quarter of the way up the street on the right hand side with the sea behind you.

Free parking in Brighton is difficult to come across, with most areas subject to residents parking controls. On street meter parking is available, albeit expensive so it may be best to travel by public transport or car share to minimise costs. Most guests that drive drop off their belongings at the house, find a parking spot either on the sea front or at the Marina multistory carpark and leave their car there until it is time to leave. Brighton is a compact city and you should not need a car to get around.

London Gatwick airport is 30 minutes away by train or taxi, London Heathrow is approx 90 minutes by train or taxi, London Luton is 90 minutes away by direct train.