Ground Floor Apartment
This is a large, elegant, spacious Brighton apartment. The one bedroom apartment sleeps a maximum of four people as it has a double sofa bed in the living room.
The lounge is flooded with light and is a wonderful place to relax. It comes complete with the finest quality Regency period features including ornate ceiling and a large marble fireplace. It was originally a main entertainment room in one of Hove’s finest Regency houses.
Furniture has been designed to fit in with the period setting and is a mixture of contemporary high quality designer furniture with carefully chosen antiques.
It is fully equipped with plasma TV, BBC freesat HDTV service and digital TV and a high quality entertainment system. This apartment (as is standard in all our properties) has full free internet WiFi connectivity.
The bedroom is large with top quality Egyptian cotton bedding. The mattress is pocket sprung for comfort. If you have children in your group a free travel cot is available on request.
The bathroom has a bath with overhead shower. High quality Egyptian cotton towels are provided for you use and Pecksniff Toiletries are also available.
The Dining Area
The dining area in the lounge seats up to four. A highchair is available on request.
The apartment has a fully equipped kitchen. This includes a dishwasher.
It is located close enough to all the main tourist attractions to be able to comfortably walk to them. The immediate area has a high number of excellent restaurants, bars and food shops located within no more than a minutes walk. These include a couple of French Patisserie shops, a French cheese and wine shop, a Sainsbury’s and Tesco’s Express within a two minute walk. A large Waitrose can be reached by foot and is a 5 minutes away by foot.
Parking is available outside the building and is via a daily permit system which currently costs £8 a day. Free parking is available a 15-20 minute walk away.
Arriving by Train
The train station is about a mile away and both Brighton and Hove stations can be reached by foot. However the route from Brighton station is very hilly and with bags you may prefer to catch a taxi which costs £5. The bus service from the station is the number 7 and leaves approximately every 15 minutes, This costs just under £2 each way. From London trains leave from Victoria and London Bridge very frequently and take hour. Trains from Gatwick take 35 minutes and are also very frequent.
Train timetables can be found at www.networkrail.co.uk
Airport transfers and taxis
For groups you may find it cheaper to arrive by taxi from Gatwick. The best local taxi company can be reached on 01273 202020 (Brighton and Hove Streamline).