Homestay Accomodation

Staying in an English home is one of the best ways to practise speaking English outside school and to experience the English way of life. All our hosts are carefully selected and monitored to ensure you are comfortable and satisfied. We strongly recommend homestay if you want to be in a homely atmosphere.

Homestay features are:

  • Homely, friendly atmosphere
  • Lowest price accommodation option
  • Carefully selected and monitored hosts
  • Choice of half board or breakfast only
  • Choice of single or twin room
  • All bed linen and towels provided
  • Independent 'self-catering' option available giving students responsibility for their own laundry and meals
  • Good and reliable public transport links with weekly passes available at reduced rates
  • Executive homestay option available

Residence Hall

Phoenix Hall

Every flat in Phoenix Hall has a communal kitchen. When you are hungry you can cook in this self catering kitchen which comes fully equipped with items such as a cooker, freezer, crockery and utensils. On evenings that you don't feel like partying you can chill out in the communal TV room. There's also a coin operated laundry at Phoenix Hall, as well public payphones in each block. There's no excuse for not phoning friends and relatives to tell them what a great time you're having.

All bed linen and towels are provided by Phoenix Hall, so you don't have to pack your own. In you are staying long term, the bed linen and towels are changed once a week. If you are driving to Brighton, there is car parking available. The communal kitchen is cleaned weekly.

Guest Houses

Guest Houses are small, often family-run hotels offering an economical alternative to homestay.

Urban House Hotel

Brighton Language AccommodationsUrban House (formerly called the Ascott House Hotel) is located in the same attractive square as the Trouville, close to the seafront and the college.

Distance to school: 5 minutes' walk

  • Single and twin rooms with private bathrooms
  • Towels and bed linen provided and changed regularly
  • TV, telephone and tea and coffee making facilities in each room
  • Breakfast is included in the price of the room

Alvia Hotel

Brighton Language AccommodationsThe Alvia has 10 bespoke hotel rooms, designed with a comfortable luxury appeal. Just South of the guesthouse is Brighton Beach and Marina, and to the South West is the heart of Kemp Town, one of Brighton & Hove's hidden and rustic treasures.

Once in the room, divine throws to cocoon yourself in will ensure you get a sweet-dream filled night's sleep. The rooms provide technology for those on business, or who can't escape too far from the madding crowd, with televisions, music systems and wireless broadband access.

Distance to school: 15 minutes' walk

  • All rooms have private shower and washbasin
  • Shared toilets
  • TV in every room
  • Desks available for study


These are large, comfortable business class hotels, with convenient locations by the seafront and close to the centre of Brighton. Prices are per night for a room with breakfast.

Royal Albion

Brighton Language AccommodationsThe Royal Albion Hotel in Brighton is a Regency Style Hotel, built in 1826 it offers a warm and friendly environment in a premier position directly opposite Brighton Pier. This Brighton Hotel is proud of its reputation as a family hotel, and one of the premier and most popular hotels in Brighton. The Royal Albion is a popular Brighton Hotel, and is within easy reach of the major motorways links, with Gatwick airport conveniently located 30 minutes away by car and 45 minutes by train.

Distance to school: 5 minutes' walk

  • Most rooms include a jacuzzi
  • All rooms have satellite TV, telephone, hairdryer
  • Tea and coffee making facilities in every room
  • Breakfast included

The Old Ship

Brighton Language AccommodationsOld Ship Hotel is the most historic place in town to stay, and in a fabulous location for getting to all the local attractions, like the Royal Pavilion and its distinctive Indian architecture. The designer boutiques and shops in the Lanes area are also great for picking up presents.

The hotel itself plays an integral part of the City's history, closely linked with the Royal Escape of Charles II, accommodating guests to the Royal Pavilion throughout it's history and housing the unique and elegant assembly rooms, where many a grand occasion has been held from the Prince Regent's Ball in 1819, to Nicolo Paganini's violin recital in 1831 and the Banquet celebrating the opening of the London to Brighton Railway in 1841.

Distance to school: 5 minutes' walk

  • Private bathrooms in all rooms
  • All rooms have satellite TV, telephone, hairdryer
  • Tea and coffee making facilities in every room
  • Breakfast included

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