Seaside Bed and Breakfast Accommodation, with Parking
Brighton & Hove is a Bristish coastal town and a popular holiday destination on the south coast of England in East Sussex. The area serves as a magnetic draw for both visitors. Located in East Sussex, the city originally comprised the towns separately before they merged in 1997 to become one municipality.
Several properties are located on the beautiful seafront or in the fashionable Kemp town area. Many are set in elegant town houses and offer hearty breakfasts and cosy rooms with free Wi-Fi. B&B’s with family rooms, free car parking, sea views, pet friendly, free internet, nightlife, swimming pool, on the seafront or beachfront, etc..
The fashionable Kemp Town area offers a variety of shops, bars, restaurants, and cafes. It is within 6 minutes’ walk of Palace Pier, and the beachfront location offers attractions including Volk’s Electric Railway and the Yellowave Beach Sports. Brighton is also home to many reasonable priced hotels, located right at the seafront, check them out.
Brighton & Hove – a lovely British coastal town
While the city offers historical architecture and idyllic landscapes, it owes its reputation to its vivacious seafront. It is a long stretch of land that serves as the centre of entertainment, attractions, and pleasure. Visitors will understand why this coastline continues to enrapture sightseers as their destination for an enjoyable seaside holiday.
Stroll along the pebble beach and pier, or take a ride in the Big Wheel which offers fabulous views of the sea and city. Nearby is the Sea Life Centre, a fun day for the entire family. Shopping enthusiasts can enjoy Churchill Square shopping centre and boutiques The Lanes and North Laine shopping area with its narrow streets. Art lovers will love the Artists Quarter, home to art galleries.
City Activities and Attractions
The beaches offer many waterside entertainments for their visitors. Sporty individuals can attend the Hove Lagoon Watersports centre to participate in an array of activities. They include sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, and stand up paddle boarding. For those who enjoy quiet leisure, visitors can stroll along the Palace Pier, taking in the sights of yachts and the smells of popcorn and cotton floss.
If you wish to explore the city sights, visit the North Laine and Cultural Quarter for sightseeing and shopping. It offers 300 stores, which include vintage and eco-friendly ware. Nature lovers can stroll through the Royal Pavilion Gardens, or take pictures of the stunning countryside view atop the Edwardian Foredown Tower.
Even the smallest travellers will find entertainment at the Brighton Toy and Model Museum. The display of 10,000 exhibits offers antique and modern toys and model trains will amuse and enthrall.
Lovely seaside establishments
Owing to its tourist locale, the city offers plenty of reasonably-priced accommodations, such as bed and breakfast or guest houses, along the seaside. B&Bs are ideal for visitors that require accommodation for the night, and a tasty breakfast to start off their day. Many bed and breakfast establishments offer family rooms and complimentary car parking.
Unlike hotels, B&Bs and guest houses are considerably cheaper. You do not have to pay extra for amenities you will ever use, and you make use of your room when you need it. Although there are cheap B&B properties available, owing to their lower cost and the sizeable tourist population, you may find many booked during the summer season.
Always book ahead and reserve for your visit. If you find a bed & breakfast fully booked, employ the secret of the smart traveller, and seek out bed and breakfasts or guest houses closer to the centre of the city. Because they are slightly less in proximity to the coastline, those establishments typically have more single and family rooms available for a cheaper price.
You will still have easy entry to the beach with affordable transportation options, such as buses, taxis, or bicycles. However, now you will have better access to explore city attractions away from the shoreline. This is especially useful if weather will not permit a beach visit.
If you rent a car, you will find a larger number of free parking space available at urban centre guest houses. Moreover, restaurants located in the town centre operate at lower costs for the locals. Seafront eateries can cost twice as much, but dining in urban restaurants will save you hundreds of pounds.
Wherever your accommodation resides, Brighton and Hove will provide you with cheap bed and breakfasts and cultural attractions that will make your holiday memorable and fun.
Main Train Station
Main railway station ?
The city’s main rail station is Brighton Railway Station, well served by trains from London Victoria station and London Bridge train station. Trains running along the coast travel to Hastings and Lewes East Sussex, Chichester West Sussex, Portsmouth Hampshire and the sea port of Southampton.
There are also frequent direct trains to Gatwick and Luton airports.
Location of this seaside town
Where is Brighton & hove ?
The resort town of Brighton & Hove is a popular seaside retreat, located in the south-western part of England, in the county of East Sussex. London is less than 50 miles away (b&b’s and guest houses).
- Worthing — 9 miles
- Newhaven Ferry Port — 9 miles
- Eastbourne — 25 miles
- Chichester West Sussex — 35 miles
- Portsmouth Harbour — 41 miles
Visitors willing to fly to the city can choose between airports. Brighton is within close proximity of London. One of London main airports, Gatwick (see hotels), can easily be reached by train (less than 25 minutes)
Must See Tourist Attractions (Pier, Beach, Royal Pavilion…)
(Madeira Drive, BN2 1TW England)
Historic pier and is definitely worth a visit. The pier is a great amusing centre for youngsters with plenty of games to play in the arcade. There are also several food places to choose from, from fish and chips to waffles and ice creams.
(Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE, East Sussex England)
Remarkable pavillion with stunning interiors. This palace, which is the original home of George lV. Extravagant, is decorated in Chinese and Indian styles and located in the cultural quarter just off North Street.
Museum and Art Gallery
(Church St, Royal Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE United Kingdom)
Museum part of the Royal Pavilion showcasing different exhibitions. Free admission.
(New Road, BN1 1SD England)
Victorian style theatre. There is a variety of productions and shows to see at the theatre such as dramas and comedies, musicals, plays, popular acts and well known stand-up acts.
(Seafront, East Sussex UK)
Beautiful beach filled with beautifully shaped pebbles, lined with little kiosks and cafes.