I took my wife to Brighton for a romantic weekend, celebrating our 5th anniversary in October.
Although the weather was not ideal, Brighton House was a delightful place to stay - right in the middle of the city centre and with very fairly priced car parking just round the corner from the hotel, in Regency Mews. Although I am often in Brighton on business, I do not know the nightlife well, so it was very handy to be so near it all - especially because of the heavy rain and wind.
Our "superior" room was luxurious and spacious with a super-sized bed, huge bay window and balcony overlooking Regency Square and the sea. The hotel staff were incredibly friendly and welcoming, with special little touches to indulge us.
The fresh, healthy breakfast buffet was delicious - we tried both the smoked salmon and tasty "free range" ham, with all the available trimmings.
All-in-all, Brighton House provided us with a luxurious and relaxing retreat, despite being in central Brighton! A great value bed & breakfast, with charming staff that really helped make our anniversary memorable.
There is no reservation fee here. Its classed as bright and clean. There is an organic breakfast available. It has a good review from the Lonely planet guide to boast about.
Wireless internet is available throughout the hotel. private parking is £8 a day. Children over 12 are welcome. It also states on its website that it is gay friendly!
I really loved this little place - friendly staff & perfect accommodations. My room was small, but it's exactly what I needed at the time for just me. Had my husband not left for Spain on business, we would have opted for one of the bigger rooms (Room 35 is very nice). The prices on all of the rooms are very reasonable, and some rooms (including my little cubby) have balconies that look out onto Regency Square & the ocean. They thoughtfully provided me with a hot water bottle, which I found really divine as the temps dropped in the evening but not so much that I wanted to crank the radiator up - I'll definitely be acquiring one of these stateside as it's really a comforting little touch! Everything was spotlessly clean, great water pressure, the bed was super comfy, and the down pillows made for an amazingly lovely sleep! Breakfast is organic and locally sourced, and I tried to capture the sheer variety of options they make available in my pix - it's really a beautiful spread that's quite enjoyable. The guys who run the inn are super helpful, too & very pleasant! All the little touches really add up, including a basket of charging cords for guests who might have lost or forgotten theirs, homemade afternoon snacks, and nice quality bath products that are environmentally friendly with no wasteful packaging. I would have opted to stay longer, but to my disappointment they were closing the inn on the day I checked out so they could have the boiler replaced. No worries, I will definitely seek out Brighton House Hotel when I'm back in Brighton next - it was one of the very pleasant highlights of my time there this week!
Charming B&B in lovely, quiet Regency Square right across street from beach and West Pier. Very reasonable prices. Good location if you want to be within walking distance of shops and sights but out of hustly-bustly centre. Also very close to Brighton Centre where most concerts take place and Regency Tavern, a great pub with wacky decor, is right around the corner.
. I stayed in single room at top of hotel. Room was small but very clean with nice roomy, comfy bed, TV, coffee-tea making facility and nice en-suite bathroom. Please note that there are LOTS of narrow stairs to climb if you are staying on 3rd-4th floors. Of course, staff forewarns customers upon booking and on website as well. Larger rooms are very nicely decorated in modern country style and more luxurious. Good breakfast in bright, quaint front room. Staff is very efficient and ready to help out when needed.
See for yourself: brighton-house.co.uk
The Brighton House is a lovely B&B right in the heart of Brighton. Its location is perfect, with a view of the sea and the old West Pier. We spent three nights here and splurged on one of the larger rooms with a 4-poster bed. However, we actually saw one of the standard rooms because they gave us the wrong key by accident, and I can say that those rooms looked very nice as well. It's well maintained, although in places a bit worn around the edges (our bathroom, and specifically the shower curtain, could have used a bit of a face-lift), but it's otherwise very charming and comfortable. The breakfast is delicious- but not a typical cooked English. It's a continental buffet, and almost all of the food is organic and locally sourced. Little treats of homemade bread and yogurt graced the tables, along with fruit, cereals, cheeses and meats. Delicious. Finally, the place has a very friendly resident cat, Mr. Watts, who was the icing on the cake for this cat-lover. A great place to stay!
Brighton House Hotel is a centrally located bed & breakfast just off Brighton seafront in a prestigious Regency Square; offering 4 star b&b with comfortable beds and vegetarian and organic breakfast options - our buffet is highly complimented in many of our guest reviews!
We are ideally suited for business trips and weekend breaks, with easy parking options in Regency Square, and with our regular hotel deals you can save up to 40% off our usual rates.
Established in 2004.
Christine and Lucho took on Brighton House in September 2004 with a vision to complete the hotel renovation started by the previous owners. Under the auspices of English Heritage and with careful consideration to conservation and preservation issues, Brighton House has benefited from a complete re-build, introducing a modern infrastructure and quality hotel comforts, furnishings and surroundings that compliment the well-preserved historic Regency features of one of Brighton's prestigious seafront squares.
Christine has a wealth of experience in hotel management since growing up in her parents' hotel (www.hotel-muehle.de). She has trained and worked in hotels far and wide including New York, Brussels, Lucerne, Munich and Doha (Qatar) and knows exactly what's needed to ensure guests of a perfect, comfortable and enjoyable stay. Christine has now settled in the UK at Brighton House and brings a reassuringly professional, warm and welcoming feel to our city centre guest house.
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