Brighton and accommodation

the coast of brighton
Brighton is a city on the South-East coast of the United Kingdom. Positioned in the county of (East) Sussex, it is very famous for its long beach, pier and seafront, the lanes, the Royal Pavillion and, more generally, the friendly atmosphere.
Brighton’s Pride (Brighton & Hove Pride | Home ( is well known in the UK and abroad, to be just spectacular!
We look forward to welcoming you in this city, and we are planning tours and options for exploring the city together during your time at Lavender 30!
brighton at sunset
You can learn more about Brighton here: VisitBrighton: Brighton’s official tourism site


Brighton is easily reachable from London and other locations/airports in the UK.  The closest airport is London Gatwick, which is directly connected to Brighton (Gatwick Express, Thameslink, Southern train lines). Heathrow, Luton and Stansted are not as close but there are several ways to reach Brighton from these airports. Train options can be checked at, and bus options can be found here:



We are happy to confirm that we have reached an agreement to have some rooms from the University of Brighton residential halls at a discounted price. Phoenix Halls ( has offered 85 rooms, which will be bookable at the registration link. We will soon be sending more info.

Brighton is a lively touristic city, and there are plenty of options in relation to accommodation. You can visit hospitality websites to find alternative solutions. Overall, Brighton is well connected with buses ( The city centre, the Hannover area, and the Lewes Road area are all close to the campus where the conference will take place, the Moulsecoomb campus (

If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact us; we will be happy to help.