28 Cozy Money Saving BnB’s in Brighton with Parking

  • By: Carlo
  • Date: August 12, 2021
  • Time to read: 16 min.

Brighton is the perfect spot for a getaway in the UK with its beautiful beach, superb atmosphere and rich cultural heritage, you simply can’t go wrong. However, it can be hard to find a parking space in this busy city and it can really make your vacation easier if you stay somewhere that has parking available to you. So, with that in mind, we tracked down 28 BnB with parking for you.

Our 28 BnB in Brighton UK with parking are: Guest And The City, Brighton Marina House Hotel, The Twenty One, Griffin Guest House, Brightonwave, 27 Bed & Breakfast, Snooze, Aquarium Guest House, The White House, Four Seasons Guest House, Brighton House, The Oriental Guest House, Colson House, Paskins Town House, The Anchorage, Waynes Place, Grand Pier Guest House, Brighton Surf Guest House, Brighton Inn Boutique Guest Accommodation, Kempfield House, The Kelvin Guest House, Marine View, Churchill Brighton, Sandpiper Guest House, The Beach Pad, Five, Ruby and Pink Pavilion.

Guest And The City

Address:  2 Broad Street, Kemp Town, Brighton, BN2 1TH                               Booking Enquiry: Here

This is a stylish boutique place with exceptional reviews from guests. It’s under a minute’s walk from the beach and the pier for which Brighton is justly renowned (it’s the most popular tourist destination in England outside of London). The breakfast buffets are absolutely fabulous too. Rooms have their own iPod docks as a nice bonus.

Brighton Marina House Hotel

Address: 8 Charlotte Street, Brighton, BN2 1AG                                                  Booking Enquiry: Here

A bit more of a walk from the pier (though it’s less than 10 minutes away) but no less exception is the Brighton Marina House Hotel which offers lovely seaside views and a full choice of breakfasts from English to continental. It was fully refurbished just over a year ago and it’s in fantastic condition. You’ll love staying here.

The Twenty One

Address: 21 Charlotte Street, Brighton, BN2 1AG                                               Booking Enquiry: Here

It’s just 100 meters from the beach and every room has a sea view. You can choose from a buffer or an a la carte breakfast. The Twenty One is in a superb location for those hoping to enjoy the best of Brighton’s nightlife too. If you book Room 3, you can enjoy a freestanding bathtub which is a lovely experience.

Griffin Guest House

Address: 14 Madeira Place, Brighton, BN2 1TN                                                    Booking Enquiry: Here

Choose between a shower or a whirlpool bath when you book, and we’d recommend the bath. It only takes a minute to get to the beach from here though the luxury fittings may make you feel like staying in bed longer than usual. The breakfast menu is very varied, and the coffee is Fairtrade. We recommend that you chill on the terrace with fruit and biscuits too.


Address: 10 Madeira Place, Brighton, BN2 1TN                                                    Booking Enquiry: Here

Brightonwave has won a 4-star Silver award for its bed and breakfast set up and deservedly so. There are only 8 rooms, so if you want to stay here, you need to book early. It’s a short walk from the sea and very well located for shopping too. In fact, the location is among the highest-rated by tourists in Brighton!

27 Bed & Breakfast

Address: 27 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton, BN2 1QE                                       Booking Enquiry: Here

This elegant townhouse in a beautiful Georgian terrace makes for the perfect weekend break. The traditional breakfasts are very welcome after a day’s sightseeing and a good night’s sleep. You’re a very short walk from the seafront and the Pier is only about 10 minutes away. The owners say that they were inspired by the city’s Regency heritage for the interior décor.


Address: 25 St. Georges Terrace, Brighton, BN2 1JJ                                           Booking Enquiry: Here

Bright and funky, Snooze has a very youthful vibe and is a few minutes away from St. James’ Street. The Egyptian Cotton towels are a nice touch and make showering very comfortable. If you book the penthouses you can enjoy shag-pile carpets which feel amazing beneath your feet. The breakfasts are pretty amazing too.

Aquarium Guest House

Address:  13 Madeira Place, Brighton, BN2 1TN                                                  Booking Enquiry: Here

Stylish and fashionable, the Aquarium Guest House aims to appeal to the discerning visitor with a keen eye for aesthetic luxury. The wooden shutters on the windows are quite unique and give a sense of tradition that you won’t find elsewhere. The breakfast baskets are very welcome and a pleasant way to start the day.

The White House

Address: 6 Bedford Street, Brighton, BN2 1AN                                                    Booking Enquiry: Here

The White House has won a bunch of hospitality awards and it’s one of the most popular BnB properties in the city. The garden area is a great place to chill in the early summer evenings and the breakfasts are always prepared with fresh, local produce. It’s about a 15 minute walk from The Lanes, Brighton’s most famous shopping area.

Four Seasons Guest House

Address: 3 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton, BN2 1QE                                          Booking Enquiry: Here

This Regency period building was built back in 1825 and is now home to 7 very tasteful bed and breakfast rooms. It’s situated in the lovely Upper Rock Gardens and is very close to the sea. You’ll love the brilliant whites of the linens and towels. James, the owner, prides himself on a warm welcome for every guest.

Brighton House

Address: 52 Regency Square, Brighton, BN1 2FF                                                 Booking Enquiry: Here

The Lonely Planet said Brighton house is a “luxurious Regency hotel with immaculate room” and that seems like a good description to us. This is a BnB where hospitality is at the heart of everything they do and the service is brilliant. The breakfast buffet is mainly organic and you’re in an amazing position to stroll around the city after eating.

The Oriental Guest House

Address: 9 Oriental Place, Brighton, BN1 2LJ                                                        Booking Enquiry: Here

The Oriental is a very luxurious BnB which is roughly 5 minutes’ walk from the centre of the city. They are happy to cater to vegetarians at breakfast as long as you let them know in advance of your arrival. The work desks in the rooms are really comfortable and if you’ve got to check in with the office while you’re away, this may be the perfect choice for you.

Colson House

Address: 17 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton, BN2 1QE                                       Booking Enquiry: Here

Each room at Colson House is designed on a theme based on a 20th-century movie icon, so, as you might have guessed – you’re bound to get some great Instagram shots here. They’ve got plenty of cafes within walking distance, but their offer of all-day breakfast may mean you never need them. As you’d expect there’s free Wi-Fi throughout.

Paskins Town House

Address: 18-19 Charlotte Street, Brighton, BN2 1AG                                         Booking Enquiry: Here

Paskins is an award-winning BnB with a real affinity for organic, local and fair-trade products at breakfast and in every other possible aspect of its operations. They have a choice of over 13 breakfasts (including lovely vegan and vegetarian options) and you’re on the doorstep of all the nightlife you can handle.

The Anchorage

Address: 4 Brighton Road, Shoreham, BN43 6RG                                                                Booking Enquiry: Here

The Anchorage is a pleasantly traditional British BnB that is just 300 meters from Hove Beach which tends to be less crowded than the main beach in Brighton. Their breakfasts are exceptional though the choice is between a Full English or a Full Irish. You may need to grab a cab to see some of the sights though as it’s a little farther away than some of our other picks here.

Waynes Place

Address: 4 Atlingworth Court, Brighton, BN2 1PL                                               Booking Enquiry: Here

They are situated in a fairly quiet area (the pub garden opposite closes at 11 p.m. sharp and noise isn’t common from there). Waynes Place is actually 4 buildings that share a single courtyard and you might be staying in any of them. It’s a very short walk from the bars of St James Street which is one of Brighton’s most convivial drinking streets.

Grand Pier Guest House

Address: 11 Madeira Place, Brighton BN2 1TN                                                     Booking Enquiry: Here

This 200-year-old building isn’t old on the inside and the rooms are bright and modern with built-in LCD screens. Every room is an en-suite and you’ll find the showers to be perfect after a day’s wandering the city. You can choose between a full English and a continental breakfast when you wake each day. You can walk to pretty much anywhere in the city from Madeira Lane too.

Brighton Surf Guest House

Address: 16 Charlotte Street, Brighton, BN2 1AG                                               Booking Enquiry: Here

The Brighton Surf Guest House isn’t far from The Sea Life Centre. It’s a listed building with a very vibrant feel inside. The crystal chandeliers are a very nice touch and must have cost a fortune. The work desks in each room are a real asset. It’s also fully carpeted in the rooms and that can feel really good underfoot.

Brighton Inn Boutique Guest Accommodation

Address: 20 St Georges Terrace, Brighton, BN2 1JH                                           Booking Enquiry: Here

You’re less than 5 minutes from the beach and it’s not much farther to the city centre at the Brighton Inn Boutique Guest Accommodation which may have the longest name of any BnB in Brighton. The breakfast hampers brough to your room every morning are a real delight and they can provide a gluten-free option on request. There are tea and coffee facilities in every room too.

Kempfield House

Address:  18 Madeira Place, Brighton,  BN2 1TN                                                 Booking Enquiry: Here

This 18th century Georgian building is striking and full of character and characters including “Biscuit” the toy poodle who enthusiastically greets each guest (don’t worry – he doesn’t bite). They are very gay friendly at Kempfield House too. They offer a fully cooked breakfast every morning and the location is absolutely excellent for almost all the sights in the city.

The Kelvin Guest House

Address: 9 Madeira Place, Brighton BN2 1TN                                                       Booking Enquiry: Here

We like the terrace at The Kelvin Guest House it gives you a quiet place to be outdoors and commune with nature. The rooms are pleasant, and they all have en-suite shower facilities. The LCD screens are a nice addition as well. You can have breakfast out on the patio and there’s a nice range of options available – though we’d like to see a little more in the way of vegan choices.

Marine View

Address: 24 New Steine, Brighton, BN2 1PD                                                         Booking Enquiry: Here

The Marine View is a family-run hotel that offers a sea view from every room. It’s a Grade 2 listed building that really looks the part of an authentic British BnB. The service is friendly and truly personalized. You’re always going to feel welcome. The breakfasts are solid and tasty and you won’t need seconds. You are a short walk from the pier.

Churchill Brighton

Address: 44 Russell Square, Brighton, BN1 2EF                                                    Booking Enquiry: Here

If you want somewhere a little off the beaten track, then you can’t go wrong with Churchill Brighton which is in Russell Square a quiet niche of the city that most visitors will never discover. However, it’s perfectly placed to ensure that you’re no more than a short walk from wherever you want to be. Check out the Regency Tavern nearby if you want a nice pub to chill out in at the end of the day.

Pink Pavilion

Address: 12 Madeira Place, Brighton, BN2 1TN                                                    Booking Enquiry: Here

We’re not sure why it’s called the Pink Pavilion because, well…, it’s not pink. However, it is a perfectly pleasant BnB in the heart of Brighton’s Kemptown which is the main LGBT district, so it may be a signifier that it is especially gay friendly. The bare wooden floors are very minimalist and feel pleasant under the feet. The Wi-Fi is excellent.

Sandpiper Guest House

Address: 11 Russell Square, Brighton, BN1 2EF                                                    Booking Enquiry: Here

You can’t go wrong for the beach if you stay at the Sandpiper Guest House as it’s only 300 meters from Brighton beach and 700 meters from Hove beach! It’s about 15 minutes from the Pier and from the Royal Pavilion too. Guests say that the bed linen is incredibly delicate and comfortable. They also rate the owner’s personability highly too.

The Beach Pad

Address: 18 Broad Street, Brighton, BN2 1TJ                                                        Booking Enquiry: Here

The Beach Pad is a very typical British BnB and while it’s not going to win any design awards, it is comfortable and homely. This is the ideal place for a young couple on their first seaside break, it’s near the beach, in a super location for the nightlife and the breakfast is substantial and filling. The nearby cafes are excellent too.


Address: 5 New Steine, Brighton, BN2 1PB                                                            Booking Enquiry: Here

This is a gorgeous building in a superb location, the breakfasts are excellent, and the beds are comfortable. There’s nothing not to like about Five and the owner is both friendly and helpful too. Not every room has a sea view though and you’ll want to check when you book if this is important to you and we think it is important for most visitors to Brighton.

Ruby Pub & Hotel

Address: 12 Madeira Place, Brighton, BN2 1TN                                                    Booking Enquiry: Here

They have a pub, café and bar on the premises, so if you’re looking for a place where you don’t have to go far for a feed or a drink, Ruby might be the right choice for you. It’s in a great location too. The breakfast is solid and enjoyable, and the rooms were recently refurbished, so it feels new and fresh inside which is always a nice extra.  


You don’t have to spend your time in Brighton hunting for a parking space as long as you book accommodation with parking onsite. These bed and breakfasts can all provide you with a great place to sleep and a great place to park and it doesn’t get easier than that, does it? We hope that our 24 BnB in Brighton UK with a parking guide helps you find the right accommodation for your vacation.

Just one more thing, you should always contact the BnB prior to arriving regarding parking. Not all parking is free and not all of it is directly onsite, so it’s important to know what you’re doing when you arrive to avoid getting a ticket or having to pay for parking to find out where the parking is.

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