Coming September 2019
Brighton Student Accommodation
Vibrant and inclusive, the Brighton student really has their pick of things to see and do.
Offering convenient, contemporary student living, Hollingbury House is opening its doors in September 2019. Designed to satisfy the needs of Brighton students, a wide range of room types provides choice for requirements and budgets.
Hollingbury House is perfectly located for work and for play. A short walk to the University of Brighton main campus and the town centre, Hollingbury House offers easy access to shops and to transport links. Less than an hour to London.
- 10 minutes walk to University of Brighton
- 15 minutes to town centre
- 10 minutes to seafront
- 25 minutes to Gatwick
- Under an hour to London
Student Living in Brighton
Situated on the South East coast, Brighton is one of the UK's favourite cities. Students love the vibrancy of this coastal city, famous for being a mixing pot of culture in inclusivity, what could be better than studying and living by the sea?
As a student in Brighton, you'll want to explore some of the iconic landmarks of the city. Cunjor up India right in the heart of Brighton by checkout The Royal Pavilion. Brighton Pier is a popular attraction that you'll want to visit and if you're feeling a little more nautical, take a bus to Brighton Marina to enjoy the bars and restaurants.
The Theatre Royal attracts touring companies from across the UK and beyond, but if theatre is not your bag then you could always try out a comedy club like Komedia or the Brighton Comedy Festival. Brighton is a real festival town from food to arts to music, there is a festival to suit you e.g Brighton Flexible, Brighton Fringe, Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival, Brighton Pride.
There are two megaplexes in Brighton along with the oldest cinema in the UK, the Duke of York's Picture House, and film buffs will also enjoy the CineCity, the annual Brighton film festival.
Explore the Lanes and Brighton's legendary collection of independent shops, bars and restaurants. While you're there visit the Snoopers Attic for vintage clothes or treat yourself at the famous Choccycalkydoodah. If you need more traditional high street brands, visit Churchill Square or the upmarket Brighton Square.
Brighton's clubs are an eclectic mix. The choice can be quite overwhelming; what do you choose? R&B, Drum & Base, Soul, Dance... all genres are catered for. Many have student nights or offers and there is no shortage of places to enjoy your night out that a comparatively affordable.
A piece of advice, bring a wetsuit to Brighton. Name a watersport; sea canoeing, wakeboarding, sailing, fishing, windsurfing, surfing..., you'll find it in Brighton with every level from beginner to expert catered for. If you're more of a landlubber, try the beach volleyball or basketball or perhaps explore the city and surrounding countryside through it's cycling, walking and hiking routes.
Brighton has a great live music scene with lots of gigs on every weekend. If you're looking for big names keep an eye on The Brighton Center, The Sally Bennis Theatre and the Brighton Dome
Brighton is known for its diversity and the city prides itself on it's equality and inclusivity. Venture to Kemp Town and explore the bars and restaurants and in Early August get into the spirit of one of the UK's best Pride festivals under the banner of "We are Family".