Serviced Apartments in Brighton
Astra House, Kings Road
5 star luxury serviced apartments in the heart of Brighton
Stylish 2 bedroom serviced apartment short walk from the Lanes
Flat 2 116 Lansdowne Place
One bedroom apartment in central Brighton with furnished outdoor terrace
8 Queen Square
Apartments for 4-8 people in central Brighton with free wireless internet
78a St James's Street
Brighton apartment that sleeps up to THIRTEEN! + Free parking
62 Britannia Court, The Strand, Marina Village
Stylish serviced apartment in Brighton??s Marina Village
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Ex-husband arrested in case of Brighton woman found screaming and with head wounds
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Police in Brighton have arrested a 51-year-old man after his ex-wife was found screaming and with head wounds early Monday in the parking lot of her townhome complex. Anthony Douglas Dyson was taken into custody Wednesday on suspicion of ...
Sky Sports pundit predicts whether Brighton v Leeds United will be a Premier League fixture next term
Peter Beagrie has told Sky Sports News, which was broadcast on 8th December, that he does not believe Brighton & Hove Albion and Leeds United will be taking each other on in the Premier League next season. Brighton and Leeds are due to face each ...
Brighton spirit shop to re-open after election rift
A Brighton resale spirit shop that opened in October with the well-being of kids in mind and then closed abruptly in November because of a school election dispute between adults is expected to re-open before Christmas. The Bulldog Boutique, 603 W ...
Serviced apartments in Brighton offer a cost effective alternative to traditional hotels, and also allow you to enjoy a home from home with a front door, and a proper kitchen. Many people also enjoy the privacy of having their own space for the duration of their stay without having to spend time dealing with hotel staff. Whether it's a short leisure break, or if you're visiting Brighton for work, a serviced apartment could be just the thing.
Serviced apartments in Brighton make a great alternative to staying in a hotel.
Eating out in Brighton
Brighton has a plethora of excellent restaurants so if you don't fancy cooking in your serviced apartment, there's no shortage of places to try. For seafood, we recommend the long-established family business, the Regency Restaurant. This Brighton favourite is known for its well cooked locally caught seafood and counts celebrities such as Roy Hodgson amongst its loyal fans. Established in 1965, the Regency Restaurant by the sea front in King's Road, has earned positive comments from Jay Rayner and Rick Stein. Visit their website for more information or find them at 131 King's Road, BN1 2HH.
Brighton was granted City status at the turn of the new millennium, and is a popular destination on England's south coast. It's buzzing with culture and the arts, and its Laines are famous the world over as an interesting shopping experience.
Do check out the famous Brighton Royal Pavillion. This exquisite pleasure palace was built for the Prince Regent about two hundred years ago.
Brighton also has a reputation for being a gay friendly destination with a friendly gay community and a wide selection of gay bars and venues.
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