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Launch of New Brean Self-Catering Accommodation

Since opening in 2018, the Hi West Campuses in Somerset have welcomed more than 19,000 guests, achieving bookings of over 1,000,000 room nights. Offering a welcoming base and a home from home for contractors working at EDF Energy’s Hinkley Point C (HPC), we are delighted to announce that in December 2022, we successfully launched a third accommodation option for the HPC workforce.

The first phase of Brean Self-Catering Accommodation opened to guests on 5th December 2022.

Offering a wide range of facilities to our guests and a different style of living accommodation, this option is ideal for those wanting to book long stays and enjoy a more ‘home-from-home’ experience. With beach walks close by, Brean offers a real escape from the workplace where guests can relax and unwind.

The accommodation provides apartment-style living with guest rooms benefiting from both kitchen and living areas, meaning guests can fully self-cater during their stay. Each apartment features an oven, fridge, microwave as well as toaster and kettle making it possible to be completely self-sufficient. As an added benefit, the site has its own supermarket offering everyday essentials.

The living space offers a comfortable area where guests can fully unwind in a homely environment with a flat screen TV, dining area and sofa bed for hosting visitors.

In addition to the accommodation, guests will benefit from a range of on-site and local facilities that are unique to our Brean self-catering accommodation.  As well as restaurant, bar and takeaway facilities, guests can also enjoy free access to an indoor swimming pool, games arcade and outdoor sports facilities.

With large car parks on site and daily buses offering door-to-door transfers, Brean is an excellent choice for anyone seeking a wide range of facilities coupled with the outstanding service levels that are core to the Hi West offering.

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