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Student Accommodation in Brighton

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Britannia  Study Hotel
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Approx. 16 mins by public transport to Central Brighton
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Brighton is a popular English town exactly one hour away from the capital, London. Often considered the most fashionable city in the UK, Brighton is popular among tourists thanks to its beaches, arcades, restaurants, and art centres. The city is home to Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club, a famous football team that participates in the Premier League. Their main stadium is Falmer Stadium, also called the American Express Community Stadium, which can hold more than 30 thousand viewers. Since it is a university town, it offers a wide variety of student residences ranging from flats, shared or private student rooms.

Brighton is a famous town among students with about 30% student population. It is a young city that fits the young mindset and has two major universities that attract international students, the University of Sussex and the University of Brighton, along with many schools and colleges. 

Students living in Brighton don’t have to spend a fortune to enjoy their time since there are a lot of cheap and free student activities in Brighton. A quick walk on Brighton’s Pier is a good start; the deckchairs on the pier are free and it has a picturesque view of the city. The Booth Museum of Natural History is another free place worth checking out. It started out as a private collector museum and is now open to the public for free. You will find all types of birds, butterflies, fossils, and bones there. You can also visit the Royal Pavilion, which is not free yet a must-visit for anyone living in Brighton. It was built as a vacation house for King George IV and has the best garden you will ever see with furniture that combines Indian and Chinese styles. Brighton also has many festivals that might interest students and youth; Brighton Food & Drink Festival is an annual festival that is held in April and September. Paddle Round the Pier is a watersports Brighton festival that is held in July. It is a favourite with local surfers and watersports enthusiasts, with great food stalls, entertainment shows, and live music.

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

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