Brighton

East Brighton Park, Brighton BN2 5TS | Telephone: 01342 777533 | View Map

  • Visit Brighton Palace Pier
    Visit Brighton Palace Pier
  • Bustling stalls and cafes in Kensington Gardens, Brighton North Laine
    Bustling stalls and cafes in Kensington Gardens, Brighton North Laine
  • Kids will love the on-site playground
    Kids will love the on-site playground
  • Rolling hills as far as the eye can see, South Downs, Sussex
    Rolling hills as far as the eye can see, South Downs, Sussex
  • Tents pitched up at Brighton
    Tents pitched up at Brighton
  • Group bookings are available for multiple glamping pods
    Group bookings are available for multiple glamping pods

Open Dates:
All year

Earliest Arrival Time: 3pm*
Latest Departure Time: 10am*

Facilities

• Wi-Fi
• Wash room / toilets
• Electric and non-electric tent pitches

Why stay here

Brighton will give you a traditional British seaside holiday just 2 miles from the lively and diverse city centre, as well as easy routes into the South Downs and Sussex countryside. Our site is tucked into a small valley; home to bunnies, squirrels and other local wildlife, and a mere 15 minute stroll from Brighton Marina – there’s something here for everyone.

Find out how you can book with no amendment fee on bookings for 2022

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Group bookings available
Please call 01342 777533 (Mon - Fri, 9am-5pm)

Accommodation at Brighton

Site details

Facilities on site

  • • Wi-Fi available
  • • Wash room / toilets
  • • Baby changing / disabled facilities
  • • Dish washing area
  • • Laundry facilities
  • • Playground
  • • Car parking
  • • Pitches are: grass, electric and non-electric
  • • Site shop: Yes
  • Dog-friendly facilities available
  • *These are the times for glamping, for camping, it's check-in by 1pm and check-out by 12pm

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Wi-Fi fees may apply.

Please note: the glamping pods at Brighton are accessed via a flight of steps from the dedicated glamping pod car park. Trolleys are provided at the top of these steps to help you wheel everything to your pod.


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Activities & experiences nearby


  • Family days out Family days out

    Jump on the Volk’s Railway, Britain’s oldest electric line that runs from the Sealife Centre Aquarium by the Brighton Pier to Black Rock station by the marina. Kids of all ages will love the 12 minute ride along the beach. In the summer months, head to the free open-air pool and play area at Hove Lagoon, which also has a nearby skate park.

     

    For the adventurous amongst you, race your offspring along Brighton Zip, a 32-metre high dual zipline that stretches over 300-metres of the shoreline. Get a seagull’s view of the city from the Brighton i360 Tower. There’s also plenty of museums for all tastes including the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, the Brighton Toy & Model Museum and the free Booth Museum, a natural history treasure trove.

  • Cycling Cycling

    The lovely, flat promenade of Brighton seafront is just perfect for a family ride, where you can coast along admiring the fabulous beaches of Brighton through to Worthing on one side and the South Downs in the horizon on the other - view the Sustrans route map

     

    Brighton even has a bike share scheme if you don't have your own bike. See Brighton Council's bike share scheme for more information.

  • Walking Walking

    From the site you could head north and follow routes up to the South Downs. There are several nature reserves to the east of the city, where the site is located including Castle Hill, Bevendean Down and East Brighton. Alternatively you could head along the coast, from the Undercliff Walk at the Marina which is just over 3 miles long and is open to both pedestrians and cyclists.

     

    Stanmer Park is the city's largest park and has extensive grounds just waiting to be explored! There are also a variety of woods including the charmingly named Pudding Bag Wood, with a number of routes to all types of walkers. Head to the restored Walled Garden after for a coffee in their kitchen or buy local produce from their farm shop.

  • Things to try Things to try

    Discover Brighton’s vibrant personality by exploring the historic cobbled Lanes or head to the bohemian North Laine with its quirky boutiques, record shops and a number of independent furniture sellers. Snoopers Paradise, in Kensington Gardens, is a dream for anyone in search of vintage treasure.

     

    Get insider knowledge of the city with a fun, laidback walking tour with Only in Brighton. Take a visit to The Royal Pavilion, originally built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, and learn about its colourful history.

     

    Jump aboard the No.77 bus to Devils Dyke and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, with the stunning views of rural Sussex across the Downs.

  • Pubs and restaurants Pubs and restaurants

    No trip to the seaside would be complete without some fish and chips, but The Curry Leaf Café (two locations in the Lanes and in Kemptown) have ramped it up a notch with their tasty masala-battered fish & chips!

     

    Lovers of seafood need to head to Rockwater, with its hip roof terrace overlooking the beach, you’ll get to dine on oysters, lobster and caviar as you take in the panoramic view of the sea.

     

    Situated at the bottom of West Street is Brighton’s iconic Shelter Hall which reopened in 2020 and is now a superb food hall, home to seven different stands ready to tickle anyone’s taste buds.


* Prices based on a stay between Monday and Thursdays during low season. Minimum stay for pods is two nights. Tent prices are based on one adult and a pitch. Bookings can be made online for tents up to 3x3 metres (approximately a four-person tent). If you have a larger tent or specific requirements, please contact the site direct and site staff will help you with you booking. There may be an additional £2 surcharge per night for large tent pitches. Please read our FAQs for further booking information. Terms and conditions apply.

Location and transport

East Brighton Park, Brighton, BN2 5TS
Telephone: 01342 777533

Transport Links:

  • Buses go to: Brighton Marina, the city centre and Hove; Nearest stop: Wilson Avenue
  • Nearest train station: Brighton
  • Car hire available on site: Yes
  • Electric car charging points available in various locations in the Brighton and Hove area, the nearest are at Brighton Marina and in Falmer

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