Brighton will see thousands of additional visitors to the city for the Brighton Marathon Weekend. We strongly advise that you book your accommodation well in advance, as hotels can fill quickly.
Search for and book hotels, hostels and self catering for your Brighton Marathon weekend via Visit Brighton.
NB. If finding central accommodation proves to be tricky as hotels fill up, do be sure to search further afield in towns close by, such as Lewes, Worthing, Shoreham and even Gatwick for accommodation that is easily commutable by train, taxi or bus.
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An affordable option for accommodation is to camp at a nearby campsite. This is becoming more common at marathons around the world and is a fun way to bring all the family for less. You can find a list of campsites on VisitBrighton’s website.
The closest sites to the marathon start are at East Brighton Park and Bevendean Farm. At Bevendean you can even book a bell tent for the weekend or even a motel package with extra luxuries via PopUp Campsites.
Please note that the event will not be providing transport from these sites to the Marathon.