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  • Compare and choose from our range of B&Bs and boutique hotels for the coastal city of Brighton.
  • Choices vary from small independent Brighton hotels to family-run guest houses where you will be looked after by the owner.
  • In all cases, you will have a cozy bed, breakfast will be prepared for you, and you will be given help and advice on travel and local tourist attractions. 
  • Our accommodation will allow you the opportunity to embrace the cultural offerings of Brighton, all at an affordable price.  

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Brighton B&B Reviews

"Had a great weekend in the hotel, very clean and tidy, staff really helpful. I would stay again and would recommend." Dean K

Brighton Visitor information

An Introduction to Brighton and it's Attractions

The west pier is still awaiting renovation but the Brighton or Palace Pier is a memorable attraction of this recently created city. Whilst the largest remnant to visit of the 11th century town is in St Nicholas Church, the Royal Pavilion that was built by the Prince Regent is a memorable visit due to its Indian architecture and Oriental interior design. Each May the city hosts the Brighton Festival, the second largest arts festival in the UK, also the Brighton Fringe festival runs alongside this. Brighton beach is a shingle beach and attracts many visitors. The Brighton dome is a live music venue for all ages.The marina plays host to those who wish to go outlet shopping, visit quayside bars and restaurants, or go fishing and sailing.

Attractions to visit include:

Only In Brighton Unique Walking Tours - A celebration of all that's unique to Brighton

Getting to Brighton

By Train

Frequent trains operate from and to Brighton Station. The fastest service from London Victoria takes 51 minutes. Lines from Brighton go to Worthing, Portsmouth and Southampton in the west and via Lewes to Newhaven, Eastbourne, Hastings and Ashford, Kent in the east.

By Coach and Bus

National Express run coaches to Brighton. Countryliner operate regular services to the surrounding areas such as Burgess Hill. Once in Brighton, Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company operates 300 buses. There is also a limited night service. 

By Air

Gatwick airport is the nearest major international airport to Brighton at 25 miles away.

By Car

Brighton is a 45 minute drive from London via the M25 and M23. 

History of Brighton

The ancient settlement that Brighton now lies over pre-dates the Domesday book but its growth has been stimulated by the demand for a health resort in the 18th century and again in the late 19th century with railways allowing Londoners to spend a day on the beach. These eras of development mean that much of the architecture is in the regency style with originally two fantastic piers jutting into the sea. It is home to two universities and a medical school. The Victorian era saw the building of many major attractions including the Grand Hotel (1864), the West Pier (1866) however this is awaiting reconstruction after it had two fires in 2003 and the Palace Pier (1899).

Reviews For Brighton

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Based On 21 Reviews

Had a great weeken in the hotel, very clean and tidy hotel, staff really helpful. Only thing you have to park a little far from the hotel but that's a city for you. I would stay again and would recommend.

(Review Of Gulliver's Hotel, Brighton)

Even if I stayed just few days I had a really good time. Jay is really friendly. If one day I have to go back to Brighton for few days I'll go there :)

(Review Of Seadragon Backpackers Hostel, Brighton)
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