Period regency building
Small patio garden
Sea at end of street
Hotel-quality high thread-count bed linen and towels
Small patio garden
Large sofa bed
King size bed
Window to rear of property so stays quiet
Full size bath with shower
Guests will have complete access to the whole space.
Unfortunately, I won't be around during your stay. However, my fantastic support team are on hand 24/7 for anything you may need!
Brighton centre offers a plethora of cafes and restaurants. It is also home to Brighton's main shopping centre 'Churchill Square' where you can shop till you drop. This area is popular amongst tourists and visitors.
The clubbing scene, the nudist beach and Brighton Pier; Brighton’s seafront is a vital part of the city culture. Take a portable BBQ and some beers down to the Kemptown side of the beach to enjoy Brighton’s sunset like a local. Brighton Pier is a must do if you’re visiting, lots of colour, fast food and most importantly fast rides! The clubs and bars on the seafront are definitely worth checking out, with venues hosting day and night events including Concorde 2, The Arch, Patterns, Volks, The Tempest and the Fortune of War, playing a wide range of music from live bands, reggae, drum and bass, dubstep, techno and house. The seafront in the day time also has an interesting range of Art sheds displaying beautiful paintings.
Most places are within walking distance of the property
Train: The nearest train station to the property is Brighton. From there take the 49 or 5a bus to the Norfolk Square stop and the property is a short walk from there. Or you can take a quick taxi ride.
Bus: There are great bus links in Brighton. Head to Western Road for links around town.
Airport: The nearest airport is London Gatwick. From there take the Gatwick Express/Southern/ Thameslink to Brighton railway station.