Brighton Beach calls!
Our lovely apartment is just a 30 second walk from the beach and central to all restaurants and pubs. A short walk will lead you to the Brighton Pavillion and Laines shopping area. The Theatre Royal and Dome are located just off the seafront close to Brighton Pier and the Odeon cinema is only down the road.
Brighton hosts many events throughout the year including car rallies, bike rallies, Brighton marathon and half marathon, time trial, Ace cafe reunion, Chilli festival, Food and Drink fairs, markets and many more.
Each year the Brighton Festival attracts thousands of people, other places to visit are:
Museums, Sea Life Center, Amex stadium, home to the Seagulls (Brighton and Hove Albion football team), Komedia, Brighton Fringe, Open houses, Gay Pride, Brighton Racecourse.
Brighton Beach is very popular for surfing, kite surfing, wind sailing, swimming and all water activities. In the summer you can rent deck chairs and enjoy the sun. We have a picnic basket for the use of guests and rugs too. The beach has lovely cafes and bars as well as restaurants. Children's paddling pools and playgrounds are also popular and free. Attractions are littered throughout the seafront and Brighton Marina is lovely to visit. Hove seafront is dotted with beach huts and there are many places to stop and enjoy an ice cream or coffee.
If you like to eat out then we are perfectly situated for easy access to both Brighton town center and Hove. Along Western road you will find some lovely restaurants serving every type of food. Preston Street is just next door and is door to door restaurants. The famous Regency Restaurant is a five minute walk from the flat and serves fresh fish daily. We provide a secure car park space and if you wish is drive then the A259 brings you East and West towards Worthing and Portsmouth or Telscombe Cliffs and Eastbourne. The train is a one hour journey into the center of London where you can visit the West End or say hi to the Queen!
Brighton is a diverse city and everybody is catered for. West street provides a plethora of night clubs and bars for those wishing to dance the night away, as does the seafront.
Kemptown is known locally as the Gay Village and has a wide range of gay bars, clubs and saunas. It's a colorful area with lots to offer and hosts the annual Gay Pride event, a must see for all visitors. Cabaret with local drag artists is a popular way to spend a Sunday afternoon with many locals visiting a number of pubs to see their favorites.
Another popular day out is the hop on and off bus tour. This shows you all of the city and the places of interest. Brighton and hove bus company also do brilliant day excursions for all the family at affordable prices. Brighton is a great base if you plan to walk or travel the South Downs way. The South Downs are now a National Park so protected and are breathtakingly serene and beautiful.