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Sea Breeze Cottage – A Central Brighton Holiday Home with Parking

Sea Breeze Cottage, Brighton

This is a very centrally located pretty regency Brighton holiday cottage which also comes with its own allocated parking space. Private parking in Brighton is extremely rare. It sleeps a maximum of 10 and has 5 single beds in two bedrooms, an adult bunk bed in the third bedroom and 3 additional guests can sleep on the two large sofa beds. Please watch the video of Sea Breeze Cottage Brighton above for a tour.

Ground Floor View Floorplans

If you wish to be literally a stone’s throw away from all Brighton’s main attractions this is the property for you. You will certainly not need a car during your stay as everywhere you are likely to wish to visit in Brighton is a short walk away. It is 5 minutes to the main tourist attractions e.g. hundreds of excellent restaurants, bars, beach, i360, Pavilion, Brighton Centre, The Laines, the main shopping areas, bars, pier or nightclubs. A large Waitrose and Marks and Spencers supermarket is located no more than three minutes away.

It is the ideal property for family getaways, conference accommodation for the Brighton centre and if you are looking for a large group house in the town centre which is as central as you will find. It is also the ideal property if you have a car as although close to the train station almost uniquely in central Brighton it has an allocated parking space. It is also very well connected to Sussex University by bus and the Seven Sisters.

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The Cottage

The Lounge and Dining Area

The lounge has two large double sofa beds and a dining area that seats up to 10 for family occasions or large group events such as birthdays and hen nights. If required, a private chef can be booked.

It is fully equipped with a new Panasonic Freesat 42 inch TV and full free high speed WiFi.

The Kitchen

This house has a large and fully equipped kitchen and includes everything you are likely to want to prepare for a large group dinner. The kitchen includes two fridges both with iceboxes, a dishwasher, a washing machine and tumble dryer and enough table and glassware for feeding up to ten people.

The Bedrooms

There are three bedrooms. One bedroom has a twin bed that also can be zipped and linked into a king-size bed. This bedroom has an en suite shower room. In the second bedroom, there are three beds, two of which can be zipped and linked into a double bed. An adult bunk bed features in the third room. There are also two double sofa beds in the living room. The beds have been selected to be very comfortable. Linen and towels are provided and are all high-quality Egyptian cotton. Beach towels are not provided.

The Bathrooms

There are two bathrooms in this Brighton cottage. The first-floor landing holds the first bathroom and the second bedroom has an en-suite shower room.

The Garden

There is a small, pretty decked cottage garden. An ideal place to eat lunch or have a quiet drink before going out. To prevent disturbance to the neighbours, please do not use the garden past 9 pm.

Parking

This property has a rarer-than-gold-dust private allocated parking space that can be booked with the property which is located in a neighbouring street. This is the cheapest and closest parking option to the property.

Getting there

Arriving by Car

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Please note Brighton is located at the bottom of the A23. To avoid tourist traffic on entering Brighton it is quickest to reach the house by travelling via Dyke Road Avenue.

There are two public car parks a short walk away. I also am usually able to rent a parking space or two located near to the property which costs £13 a day.

Arriving by Train

The train station is a short walk away. However, the route from Brighton station is very hilly and with bags, you may prefer to catch a taxi which costs £10. The bus service from the station is the number 7 and leaves approximately every 15 minutes, This costs just under £3 each way. The bus will probably take you longer to catch than it would to walk from the station. From London, trains leave from Victoria and London Bridge leave very frequently (every 15 minutes during the week) and take an 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. Contact the best local taxi on 01273 202020 (Brighton and Hove Streamline). You may find a cheaper private hire firm by searching on the Internet or looking at Uber.

Accessibility

This Brighton cottage is on two floors. The stairs are easy to climb with a supporting rail. It is not however suitable for those that require wheelchair access or those that are too infirm to manage a small flight of stairs.

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