Student Accommodation Brighton
Booking student accommodation in Brighton is not something you need to worry about with our team of accommodation experts at your service! Contact us with details about what the perfect student room looks like to you and we’ve got you covered!
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.
Universities in Brighton
We have over 10 accommodation options that are within a short walking distance or a short ride away by public transport to this college.
The college is surrounded by cafes, restaurants, shops, as well as many transport links.
The wonderful Old Steine Gardens is right next to the college.
All our student rooms are within a short walk to this college.
Bus stops, delicious restaurants, and cosy cafes surround the campus for your convenience.
A 15-minute walk will take you to Brighton Fishing Museum.
A short walk or ride from our accommodation options will take you straight to this university.
The area has several restaurants and cafes and you can find transport links nearby.
A short ride will take you to the intriguing Booth Museum of Natural History.
We offer 12 accommodation options that are all less than a 20-minute bus ride away from the university.
Bus stops are available near the campus for easier access as well as several cafes.
A 10-minute drive will you to Lewes Castle & Museum.
University of Sussex International Study Centre is right next to the university.
Our rooms are just a stroll away from this college.
The area is vibrant with shops, restaurants, and transport links surrounding it.
Don’t forget to check out The Piazza just a 30-minute walk from campus.
Our rooms are just a bus ride away from this university.
The campus is surrounded by a variety of shops and restaurants as well as transport links.
The beautiful Sea Life Aquarium is right next to the university.
1. Where do students live in Brighton?
The top student areas in Brighton are Moulsecoomb, Falmer, Coldean, Bevendean, Lewes road, and Hanover.
2. Is Brighton a good university?
The university has a 4.0 stars rank according to student reviews on Studyportals and is ranked 601 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education.
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.
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 favourite with local surfers and watersports enthusiasts, and it also includes food stalls, entertainment shows, and live music.
Other Student Accommodation In UK
Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Brighton, Casita offers student accommodation in these UK cities:London, Southampton, Bristol, Coventry, Leicester, Birmingham, and Cardiff.
1. How much do the rooms cost?
The average cost of a student room in Brighton is £229 per week for a single room. Other room types including en-suites, studios, and flats are available as well.
2. Do you have studios /ensuites available?
Each building has its own range of room types varying between single rooms, en-suites, studios, twin rooms, shared flats, and private flats.
3. Can I pay in installments?
Yes, you can pay in installments; however, some providers could require you to have a UK guarantor. Ask your accommodation expert for help if you are not sure.
4. How many people will be in the same apartment /unit with me?
This depends on the room type you choose, you can choose in a private room, studio, or flat, and you can choose to share a flat with 1-6 other students or share a room with 1-3 other students.
5. How to complete my booking?
Once you enquire on our website, one of our accommodation experts will contact you to proceed with your booking for your chosen room or offer you alternatives if the room is not available for your dates. To enquire, simply choose a room and click on the " Enquire" button, then fill the inquiry form you see in front of you.
6. What anti-COVID measures are in place at student accommodations in Brighton?
Most providers now have intensified cleaning and sanitizing measures of student rooms and communal areas while other providers provide weekly cleaning free of charge. Ask your accommodation expert for details on the COVID measures implemented in your building.
7. Can a tour be arranged for student rooms in Brighton?
Almost all providers have the option of online viewings through Skype or Zoom while other providers offer virtual tours of the property so you can get to know your new home.
8. Who can book with Casita?
All university students over the age of 18 can book with Casita and if you are under 18, contact our accommodation experts to find you properties that accept students under 18.