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Student Accommodation in Brighton

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6 mins walk to Central Brighton
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From£233per Week
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From £261
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From £294
16 mins by public transport to Central Brighton
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From£261per week
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From £265
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24 mins by public transport, 19 mins walk to Central Brighton
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From £266
16 mins by public transport to Central Brighton
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From£266per week
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From £230
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From £285
15 mins by public transport to Central Brighton
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From£230per Week
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From £189
Studio
From £249
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From £309
12 mins walk to Central Brighton
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From£189per Week
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From £254
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From £280
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7 mins by public transport, 8 mins walk to Central Brighton
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From £199
Single
From £249
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From £255
12 mins by public transport to Central Brighton
From£199per Week
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Studio
From £242
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From £442
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14 mins by public transport, 19 mins walk to Central Brighton
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Student Accommodation in Brighton

Brighton Etymology - Where Does the Name Brighton Come From? 

It’s derived from the old English word “Beorhthelmes tūn” which means “Beorhthelm's farm”. The word “Beorhthelm” itself comes from a German origin consisting of “berhtaz” meaning “light” and “helmaz” meaning “helmet” which refers to protection and together they form “Beorhthelm” which means “the one who brings radiant protection”. Brighton as a word became a common use around the beginning of the 19th century and before that, it was pronounced and spelled differently. From Beorhthelmes, Bristelmestune, Brichtelmeston to finally, Brighton.  

What Is Brighton famous for? 

Brighton is a popular city among tourists thanks to its beaches, arcades, restaurants, and art centres. It is often considered the most fashionable city in the UK. Brighton also has Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club; it is a famous football team that participates in the Premier League. Their main stadium is Falmer Stadium which is also known as American Express Community Stadium which can hold about  30,666 viewers.

Brighton Location

Brighton is around a two-hour car ride to London with a total distance of 63.7 miles. When using the underground, it takes around an hour from Preston station to Victoria station in London.    

Why Book Student Accommodation in Brighton?

Students living in Brighton don’t have to spend a fortune to enjoy their time; there are a lot of cheap and free things to do in this town. A quick walk on Brighton’s Pier is a good start in the city; the deckchairs on the pier are free and it’s a fun place to watch the city from. The Booth Museum of Natural History is another free place that started as a private collector museum and is now open for free to the public; it includes all types of birds, butterflies, fossils, and bones. You can also visit the Royal Pavilion, although it is not free, it is a must for anyone living in Brighton to visit. It was built as a vacation house for King George IV and now it houses the best garden you will ever see with furniture that combines Indian and Chinese styles.

Brighton Climate

Weather and Temperature

Brighton is warm and temperate with an average temperature of 10.0 °C. July is the warmest time of year with an average temperature of 16.8 °C. January is the coldest with temperatures as low as 3.8 °C. Rainfall is present throughout the year, with October being the heaviest and February being the driest. 

What to Pack and Brighton Local Timing

It’s a whole wardrobe makeover for Brighton. Rain boots and jackets will be a necessity, thermals and scarves will be everyday wear, and investing in heat preserving shoes and leather gloves with wool padding will do your limbs a favor. GMT is Brighton’s local timing so you should keep this in mind when booking your traveling tickets and student accommodation in Brighton.

Is Brighton Rural or Urban? 

Brighton is urban with a coastal flair with the beach being one of the most visited places by both locals and tourists. 

What are Some Must-Visit Places in Brighton?

Brighton has many festivals that might interest students and youth such as the Brighton Food & Drink Festival which is an annual festival that is held in April and September; it is known as the biggest food festival with more than 54,000 foodies attending yearly. Paddle Round the Pier is another Brighton festival that is held in July and it is a water sports festival. It is a favorite with local surfers and watersports enthusiasts, and it also includes food stalls, entertainment shows, and live music. 

Universities in Brighton

  1. University of Brighton Business School

  2. Brighton Language College

  3. Greater Brighton Metropolitan College MET

  4. University of Brighton - Falmer Campus

  5. University of Sussex International Study Centre

  6. University of Sussex

  7. Kings Brighton

  8. Bellerbys College Brighton

  9. University of Brighton

  10. University of Brighton International College

Transportation In Brighton 

Moving around the town is easy thanks to the buses which are the main public transportation method in Brighton. If you are living in Brighton and you wish to travel smart, you can use the Bus app to book your trip. There are also trains traveling from Brighton to Bedford, Victoria, Bristol, Cardiff, etc.

Famous Neighbourhoods For Student Accommodation in Brighton

Newmarket Road, Circus Street, Baker Street, Lewes Road, Gladstone Place, Pelham Terrace, Western Road, The Furlong, Kings Road

Other Student Accommodation In UK

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Brighton, Casita offers student accommodation in these UK cities: 

London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Manchester, Aberystwyth, Aberdeen, Belfast, Bradford, Bath, Bedford, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cambridge, Carlisle, Colchester, Canterbury, Cheltenham, Coventry, Cardiff, Chester, Derby, Dundee, Durham, Egham, Exeter, Falmouth, Gloucester, Guildford, Hatfield, Huddersfield, Hull, Ipswich, Kingston, Lancaster, Lincoln, Loughborough, Leeds, Luton, Leicester, Medway, Newcastle, Norwich, Newcastle under Lyme, Nottingham, Newport, Oxford, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston, Reading, Salford, Stirling, Sunderland, Sheffield, Stockton on tees, Swansea, Southampton, Stoke, Winchester, Wrexham, Wolverhampton, Worcester, York.


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