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Brighton Seven Bed Large Holiday Home – Central Brighton Townhouse with Parking (Sleeps 20)

A stunning, large seven-bedroom Grade I listed Regency townhouse just 150 metres away from the Brighton Palace Pier. The perfect Brighton holiday home location. This is the direct booking site which will save you 20% to book through rather than booking through AirBnB, Booking.com and other third-party advertising sites.

It is located in Charles Street, which is one of Brighton’s oldest streets and was built at the same time as the Pavilion. The location for a rental house is unbeatable – you will not find a more centrally located place to stay.

The interior layout of the house is designed to provide spacious and flexible sleeping accommodation and good size communal areas for eating or relaxing.

The house is ideal for hen groups, or large groups of friends or family wanting to stay in central Brighton. Good deals are also offered for conference accommodation and company getaways.

To get the best prices always book Central Brighton Townhouse directly on this site as you pay a 21% commission markup for booking via AirBnB or booking.com as booking directly will always guarantee the best prices.

Basement View Floorplans

About the Rooms

The Dining Room

The dining room is a great space for gathering for meals and can seat up to 20. There is also a TV in here and a music system if you just wish to relax and watch television or listen to music.

The Kitchen

The kitchen has everything you would expect in a fully equipped kitchen. This includes amongst other things a dishwasher, large fridge and a freezer, a microwave, two ovens, porcelain crockery and glasses etc. suitable for entertaining up to 20. A folding door exists between the kitchen and dining room – great for chatting to friends whilst cooking.

The Living Room

This is a great area for relaxing on sofas and watching TV or a DVD. Many of the bedrooms and the dining room also have a TV in them so you can catch up on your favourite programmes whilst getting ready to go out.

The Seven Bedrooms

All but one of the seven bedrooms are spacious in size. The bedrooms are fitted with top-end hotel-quality zip and link beds for maximum comfort. This means that groups have the option of either 20 single beds or a combination of a large king or super king doubles and singles if your group size is below the maximum capacity. High-quality Egyptian cotton bedlinen has been provided for your stay.

Three Bathrooms

There are three bathrooms in the building. Two with baths and overhead showers and one with a walk-in shower and toilet. Egyptian cotton white towels are provided for use during your stay.

The Utility Room

Fully equipped with a washing machine and tumble dryer. A maid service can be provided at an extra charge if you require ironing.

The Location

The house in Charles Street is one of the oldest streets in Brighton and is very central. It is located close enough to all the main tourist attractions to be able to comfortably walk to them in no more than a minute (Palace Pier, Brighton Wheel, The Pavilion, Shops and Restaurants in the Lanes). There are also many supermarkets close by for shopping which are open 365 days of the year.

There are paid parking spaces in numerous car parks and on the street and seafront close by. You can also rent spaces that can be rented with the house and cost £15 a day to rent.

Planning permission

In December 2023 Brighton Council passed a motion which said that it is seeking to close down all large guest accommodation in the centre of town in properties that have residential planning permission only as too many have opened. This property is one of only three large properties in Brighton that has the correct planning permission for use as guest accommodation. It has held this role for a hundred and fifty years. This means you can book this property for long-term bookings without the risk of finding the council has closed it in 2024.

Getting Here

The full address is 10 Charles Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1TG.

Arriving by Car

Get full directions from your location by car on Google Maps.

Please note Brighton is located at the bottom of the A23.

Arriving by Train

The train station is roughly 25 minutes’ walk away. However, the route from Brighton station is very hilly and with bags, you may prefer to catch a taxi which costs approximately £10. The bus service from the station is the number 7 and leaves approximately every 15 minutes, This costs just under £3.50 each way. All buses to the Old Steine and St James Street will also drop you off very close to the building.

From London, trains leave from Victoria and London Bridge very frequently and take an hour. Trains from Gatwick take 35 minutes and are also very frequent.

The Coach Station

This is about three minutes away from the building and is located just off the Old Steine.

Airport Transfers and Taxis

The largest and best local taxi firm in Brighton and Hove Streamline. Contact them on +44 (0)1273 202020 for airport transfers or other trips. They also have larger taxis for groups. For large groups arriving from the airport catching a taxi is likely to be a more convenient and no more expensive option than catching the train.

Booking Direct

Please note all the best prices and availability options are given to direct bookings. AirBnB, Booking.com, Holidaylettings, VRBO etc all take an approximate 20% commission for stays.

1st Jan - 31st Dec Weekend: £2400 (April to September)
Weekend: £1950 (October to March)
Weekday Night: From £250 low season up to 5 people. £500 a night for up to 10 people. £35 a head per night for any additional guests. Please enquire directly for mid-week prices.
Weekend rate refers to Friday, Saturday and Sunday Nights. Mid-week booking rate is based on the number of guests in the group and the length of the stay so please enquire directly to get a mid-week price.

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