Brean's upscale hotels make it a great destination for luxury-minded travellers, but all guests will undoubtedly appreciate the entertainment, beaches and bars. This welcoming city also attracts visitors with its theme park, camping and restaurants.
- There are 3 Brean hotels
- August is the most expensive month to travel here, whereas February is the most economical
- Closest major airport is in Bristol (BRS-Bristol Intl.), 14.7 mi (23.7 km) from the city centre
Sightseeing around Brean
- Wales Millennium Centre and National Museum Wales are popular cultural attractions
- Families come for attractions such as Brean Leisure Park, Brean Splash Waterpark, and Animal Farm Adventure Park
- Clevedon Court and Cardiff Castle are noteworthy landmarks
- The natural setting of the beaches is picturesque, and places worth a visit are Cheddar Gorge and Caves and Barry Island Beach
- Shopping is one of the top reasons to visit, so consider an excursion to Mermaid Quay, Capitol Shopping Centre and St. David's
Staying in Brean
For family trips or any other travel plans, you might consider a larger hotel like the highly rated Brean Sands Holiday Park.
Looking for a charming locale or stylish getaway? You may appreciate these highly rated, one-of-a-kind properties and small hotels:
- The Old Rectory
- Yew Tree House - B&B
A favourite with Expedia travellers is The Old Rectory with a 5 out of 5 user rating, whereas Yew Tree House - B&B and Brean Sands Holiday Park are also highly rated by guests.
Dressing for Brean
- Between January and March, you can expect the daytime average to be around 13°C and the nighttime average to be 2°C
- From April to June, temperatures average about 22°C during the day and 6°C at night
- July to September averages 23°C during the day and 10°C at night
- Between October and December, the average temperature is 17°C during the day and 3°C at night
- Average annual rainfall for Brean is 30 millimetres