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Trains to Brean

Brean is a popular holiday destination due to its seven-mile stretch of sandy beach and proximity to Weston-super-Mare. There are a number of caravan parks and resorts, such as Pontins in the Brean area, and the village is also home to a variety of tourist attractions. There is no train station in Brean, so travellers need to take trains to either Highbridge and Burnham or Weston-super-Mare railway stations and either book a cab or take local buses to Brean.

Which is the main train station in Brean?

The two main stations serving the beach resort of Brean in Somerset are Weston-super-Mare and Highbridge and Burnham. Both railway stations are operated by Great Western Railways but the Weston-super-Mare station is the major hub for the area and offers more frequent services throughout the UK. The Weston-super-Mare train station is on the main Bristol to Taunton line and has two platforms. The distance from Weston-super-Mare to Brean is approximately eight miles.

Which train companies offer trains to Brean?

Travelling to Brean is far easier using the Weston-super-Mare railway station, which has connections to Cardiff, London, Paignton, Bristol, Birmingham and more. Train operators include Great Western Railways and Cross Country. The station has cycle storage and a car park and features a number of amenities, such as lost property and customer services for passengers requiring mobility support.

Why travel by train to Brean?

Journey times to Brean are far quicker by train than by road and passengers from Birmingham to Brean can arrive at their destination in less than two hours. This means traffic holdups and motorway congestion can be eliminated and allows all passengers to relax throughout their entire rail journey to Brean.

Before you travel to Brean by train - good to know!

Visitors to Brean will be amazed by the long stretch of sandy beach, which has been used for land cruising since the 1970s and is also popular for water sports enthusiasts. Some of the hidden tourist attractions in the Brean area include the Secret World Wildlife Centre, which is about eight miles from the village, and Brean Down Way, the cycle path to Weston. Getting around Brean is simple on local buses, including the 20 from Weston-super-Mare, which provides a number of connections to the caravan parks in the village.

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