Holday rental, apartments and guest room rental in Brighton

Brighton is one of the most popular cities in Angeterre and there is so much to see in this charming city. Brighton is the gateway to the sea for many Londoners. Over the years, it has attracted wildlife ranging from business people looking for a break from the hubbub of London to those who have fallen in love with its picturesque side. There are several exciting cities in England, but Brighton has a special place of its own and a stay here is a must. The city includes a wide choice of hotels, bed and breakfast and inns with access to the sea. However, if you want an alternative to these accommodations, why not rent a room, an apartment or a villa? There is a wide range of accommodation in wonderful places to discover the city! Check www.for-sale.com/ to have more information about apartments for rent in Brighton.

What to do in Brighton?

The Royal Pavilion is a former royal residence built at the beginning of the 19th century. Its architecture is particularly remarkable as it combines Indian elements with the Gothic style. A visit is definitely worth it: the interior is simply decadent! The guided tour provides plenty of information on furniture and decoration. Enough to keep you captivated for hours! The Brighton Museum and Art Gallery is the ideal place for rainy days. On sunny days, you will certainly find something to do. Take a long walk along the harbour, stop for ice cream and drop your bishop in the bumper cars. Kemptown is a very pleasant part of the city. Its wooded streets, numerous parks and charming cafés invite you to relax. By taking a bus from the city centre, you can reach the University of Sussex where you can enjoy a long walk through the woods.

Shopping in Brighton

The North Laine district is the most crazy neighborhood in the city. It is also the ideal place for shopping lovers. The atmosphere of the neighbourhood is rather young and you will find a wide choice of vintage clothing shops, curiosities, antiques and music. The alternative and independent scene of the city is very well represented here and you can find the best gift ideas. Not to be confused with "North Laine", The Lanes is another part of the city and offers a very different style. Those who prefer art, crafts and jewellery should head to this waterfront neighbourhood. You are looking for great brands and deluxe boutiques, go to Churchill Square and Brighton Marina to enjoy the great selection.

Drinking and eating in Brighton

Brighton is renowned for its many catering options and its wide selection of bars and discos. Brighton is therefore very much alive at nightfall. Are you looking for a place to eat in Brighton? We know some good addresses that will please you. Located in the North Lanes neighbourhood, LangeLees is a charming place where simple but very honest cuisine is served. Brunch is delicious and worth a visit! For a budget option, Planet India is the perfect choice as it has been named the best cheap restaurant in town. This Indian vegetarian restaurant serves the best curries, naan bread and cumin rice in town. If you want to enjoy a view of the sea while eating, The Bandstand Café is the place to be. Located on the seaside, this elegant café offers a fine selection of pastries, salads and oysters. With all its bars and clubs, you will certainly find the perfect place to dance all night long!

Getting around Brighton

Brighton Shoreham Airport is located close to the city, but visitors arrive there most of the time via London airports. Gatwick Airport has a direct train to Brighton and the journey takes about 40 minutes. Walking is still the easiest (and most enjoyable) way to walk around the city. The city is relatively compact and many of its small streets are worth a walk. Brighton station is located very close to the centre and it takes a short walk to reach the centre. If you don't want to walk, there are several options available to you to get around town. Brighton has an excellent bus system operated by Brighton & Hove Bus Company. The system is very reliable and affordable - you can go anywhere in town for £2 or buy a day ticket for £3.70. A taxi ride is also quite affordable. As you can imagine, Brighton is the ideal excursion for a stay in London. The city is very easily accessible and Brighton is a cheaper option for accommodation.
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