Ashdown House is an affordable option for a long stay in Brighton, providing value-for-money halls of residence accommodation near the city centre.
Ashdown House provides ideal long stay accommodation throughout the summer, when its usual residents - University of Brighton students - have left for the vacation. A great choice for those of you studying in Sussex during the warmer months, Ashdown House provides a sociable environment and an affordable base for your long term study stay in the UK. Stay for more than six nights and you'll really notice the financial savings. You will be located just four miles from the city centre and beach.
Ashdown House provides halls of residence accommodation at a low price for long stays. Your private single guestroom will be equipped with basic furnishings, including a hand basin, and you'll have access to shared bathroom facilities and a communal kitchen, which is shared with the other guests on your corridor. You can also do your laundry on site. Catch a bus to the nearby Falmer sites of the University of Brighton and the University of Sussex, or head to the beach, shops and nightclubs.
The University of Sussex's Falmer campus is just a short bus journey away, as is the Falmer campus of Brighton University. A short bus trip will also bring you to the University of Brighton's Grand Parade and Moulscoomb sites. The city of Brighton and Hove is also home to a number of language schools, including St Giles College Brighton, House of English and EF International School of English Brighton.
Brighton Station is the nearest station to Ashdown House. You can enjoy fast, direct links to Gatwick Airport (just half an hour away) and to the capital of England - Central London is less than an hour away. If you're in Brighton for a long stay then why not visit other popular spots in the South, including Southampton (less than two hours away) and Lewes (just fifteen minutes away).
During your long stay at Ashdown House you'll be able to sample all that Brighton has to offer. Take the four mile bus journey to the city centre and then take your pick from a whole host of activities – shopping in the kooky North Laine district, sunbathing on the pebbly beach, drinking at one of the city's many bars, or watching a play at one of Brighton's numerous entertainment venues. Popular attractions include the Sealife Centre, Brighton Pier, Volks Railway and Royal Pavilion.
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