The Many Charms of a Seaside Getaway to Brighton, England

The south of England is full of seaside resorts as well as peaceful, country hideaways.  Perhaps the most popular is the seaside town of Brighton, one of the cultural hotspots of the south of England as well as being a popular holiday destination for all ages.

Brighton Beach England

As well as being home to the famous Brighton pier, Brighton has some of the country’s most exciting nightlife. It is home to numerous festivals from Brighton Fringe and the Artists Open Houses to the Sussex Beer Festival and Brighton Fashion Week. Whether you are passionate about the arts, music, food, drink or film, there will be an event for you as well as seasonal celebrations such as the ‘Spring Harvest’ and the ‘Burning of The Clocks’ to celebrate the Winter Solstice. Brighton also has an array of museums such as the Booth Museum of Natural History and the Brighton Toy and Model Museum. You can also visit the Royal Pavilion, which is now open to the public as a museum of the British regency or the Sea Life centre.

If you are more interested in scenery and seeing the landscape, you can visit the South Downs and marvel at the impressive view from the chalk cliffs. With so much to see and do, Brighton is an excellent venue for couples, families and groups of friends alike. Instead of staying in the tradition hotel or bed and breakfast, why not try staying in one of the many holiday cottages that Brighton has to offer?

When you look into holiday flats and cottages in Brighton, you can either veer more towards the quieter, more peaceful countryside or more towards the seaside and town centre and be closer to all of the action. Having your own private residence means that you have a base from which you can come and go as you please as well as having all your home-from-home comforts. When you rent a holiday cottage, you also have the advantage of being close enough to all the festivals to experience as many of them as you want but without having to deal with being constantly in the crowded town centre, you can get away from it all at the end of the day.

Whilst you are in Brighton, you may want to consider visiting one of the nearby towns, such as Shoreham-by-Sea or Newhaven as the south coast has so much to offer. Staying in a holiday cottage in Brighton makes an excellent base to visit the town and it’s surrounding areas’ sites whilst having luxury and privacy.

Brighton has so much to offer from the natural beauty to the culture and history. Staying in a quintessential seaside cottage will enable you to enjoy the town with maximum flexibility, privacy and luxury.

About The Author
:  Kate Smith has a good understanding of the tourism industry as a whole and prefers writing on relating areas. Cottages in Brighton were the topic of many of his articles.
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