Top 10 Brighton Airbnbs for 2021 to book now


With the government giving us hope for a summer vacation and an April 12 restart date for independent stays in England, we can’t think of a better time to start browsing the best. Airbnb in Brighton for a city break by the sea.

Loved for its proximity to London, its LGBTQ + vibe and the good times it offers to all, Brighton is the city we are always happy to return to.

As the weather warms up and we can spend more time on its pebbly beach and pier, a trip to Brighton is high on our list for a post-lockdown escape. Connoisseurs will opt for an Airbnb over a hotel when visiting the city and this is frankly the only way to experience it like a local.


With that in mind, we thought we’d save you the search and bring you the most stylish Airbnbs in Brighton to book for a vacation where it’s safe to travel again. Whether you’re planning a trip with your partner, roommates, or even solo, we’ve handpicked the coolest places to stay.

Located around Brighton and close enough that you can make the most of the beach, bars and shopping streets, these Airbnbs are worth a visit if you’re looking for a great base for your travels.

Where to book an Airbnb in Brighton

There are a number of neighborhoods to consider when choosing an Airbnb in Brighton. The Lanes and North Laines are full of winding passageways, shops and restaurants that visitors love to the city, as well as historic buildings that date back to when Brighton was known as the Brighthelmstone.

Kemptown is popular with the LGBTQ + community and has some of the best examples of Regency style architecture. You will also find excellent pubs, trendy brunches and gourmet restaurants here.

Hove is the place to check out if you like well-kept streets, period buildings and a more laid-back and low-key spot in bustling Brighton center. Meanwhile, the waterfront, Seven Dials and further afield the village of Rottingdean are other places to consider.

Brighton’s best Airbnbs

From an adorable little apartment filled with plants to an amazing penthouse with a hot tub, check out the best Airbnbs in Brighton for 2021.

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Kemptown – Best Airbnbs in Brighton

If you are looking for sea views, this Airbnb in Brighton cannot be beat. Regency’s historic waterfront penthouse is a stylish place to stay, with floor-to-ceiling windows, king-size bed, waterfall shower, and bathrobes. The highlight must be the terrace with hot tub, where you can sip bubbles while enjoying the spectacular view.

Accommodation capacity : Of them

Price per night: £ 325.00

Why we love it: Hot tub with a view – what’s not to love?



Seven Dials – Best Airbnbs in Brighton

Located in the Seven Dials district, known for its diverse range of restaurants, whether you like sushi or Thai, this charming Brighton Airbnb features chic Scandinavian furnishings, charcoal hues mixed with warm, neutral tones and open plan furnishings. . After a day spent hanging out in town, you will appreciate the comfortable living room, with a modern sofa and an exposed brick fireplace.

Accommodation capacity : Four

Price per night: £ 133.00

Why we love it: The warm atmosphere that makes you feel at home



Kemptown – Best Airbnbs in Brighton

For something quirky, cute, and a bit exotic, this Airbnb in Brighton is a chic garden room inspired by the host’s travels. It is a peaceful and calm space which is just a few minutes walk from the sea. The rental has its own private entrance, access to the terrace to relax in the sun and it is small but perfectly formed, this which makes it ideal for couples.

Accommodation capacity : Of them

Price per night: £ 60.00

Why we love it: It’s an unexpected hole for a different kind of escape



Kemptown – Best Airbnbs in Brighton

With gray, wood, and marble throughout, this sleek home is a comfortable and stylish place to rest after days on the town. The Airbnb in Brighton’s Kemptown is close to the pier and ideal for family or friends (provided Covid-19 laws allow), providing a trendy space to eat and socialize together.

Accommodation capacity : Six

Price per night: £ 189.00

Why we love it: Behind the minimalist gray facade, the house is warm and welcoming



Seaside – Best Airbnbs in Brighton

An Edwardian balcony apartment just minutes from the beach, this Airbnb in Brighton has an alfresco area to soak up the rays while enjoying your morning coffee. It has an open-plan kitchen with exposed brick, parquet floors and a large bathroom with a claw-foot bathtub and underfloor heating.

Accommodation capacity : Of them

Price per night: £ 70.00

Why we love it: Central location and sunny balcony get our vote every time



Hove – Best Airbnbs in Brighton

This stable apartment in Hove comes with a glass wine kitchen and dining area, for something wonderfully unique in the city. If you are looking for an unusual Airbnb in Brighton, this one will give you the impression of being on a movie set, with its quirky touches. There you will find an array of plants, cupboards made from school lockers, and an old stoneware laboratory sink. Pets are also welcome here.

Accommodation capacity : Four

Price per night: £ 100.00

Why we love it: The eclectic vineyard! It is an old fishing house that was used by the Victorians



Kemptown – Best Airbnbs in Brighton

Like something out of an interior magazine, this Airbnb in Brighton has all the fade-worthy decor required for a few glamorous seaside days. Set in a period building on the seafront, its magnificent decor and its breathtaking sea views offer you a truly impressive place to stay.

Accommodation capacity : Four

Price per night: £ 458.00

Why we love it: Colors, textures, design – this Airbnb is a pure home goal



North Laine – Best Airbnbs in Brighton

A quiet retreat for a family or a few friends, this Airbnb in Brighton is a haven of peace in the city. The peaceful North Laine home features unique artwork, quirky architectural finishes, and monochrome decor with wood accents and subtle pops of color. We like!

Accommodation capacity : Five

Price per night: £ 150.00

Why we love it: The elegant mix of mid-century furniture and antiques



The Lanes – The best Airbnbs in Brighton

Located in the heart of the city in the Lanes, this Brighton Airbnb is ideal if you want to be in the center of the city but stay in a private and secluded location. The unusual rental is part of a converted chapel dating from 1876 and is accessible through private entrance doors. The high ceiling, original stained glass windows, super king-size bed and freestanding tub make this a fabulous place to check in.

Accommodation capacity : Of them

Price per night: £ 101.00

Why we love it: An unusual stay with a hotel atmosphere, this one does not have a kitchen, so it is ideal if you prefer to eat out



Hove – Best Airbnbs in Brighton

Built in 1860, this mews flat has an industrial vibe with artists and designers living on the streets. Brighton’s Airbnb has a luxurious, relaxed feel and is full of interesting finds, with gorgeous textiles and ever-changing artwork complementing the look. There you will also find all the essentials you need, from charcoal for the winter fire to a Nespresso machine for your morning coffee.

Accommodation capacity : Of them

Price per night: £ 88.00

Why we love it: The atmosphere of character artists – that’s all we love about Brighton


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