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Brighton City guide, including Brighton Hotels

Nestling between the South Downs and England's sunny south coast,
Brighton is an enchanting, and exciting seaside city. With its mix of
Regency heritage, specialist shopping, lively arts, beachfront fun and
year round events the place defies comparison. Perfect for a break at
any time of the year, Brighton is packed with everything within walking
distance, and only an hour from London.


Places of interest:


Brighton has been a pleasure ground for visitors since Regency times,
with a wealth of attractions full of charm, style and eccentricity.
With the unique Royal Pavilion, the Victorian Brighton Pier, the Volks
Railway and the various museums, Brighton's attractions mix heritage,
fun and culture, there is sure to be something that you want to see.


  • The Royal Pavilion is without doubt one of the most beautiful and
    unusual landmarks in the Brighton area. With striking Indian
    architecture, finely decorated interiors with strong influences from
    China, the Royal Pavilion was originally built for King George IV and
    has been used by many members of the royal family, including Queen
    Victoria.

  • The Victorian Pier is one of the most important landmarks in
    Brighton and is located in the centre of Brighton's seafront. It is
    home to an enormous amount of attractions, including arcades, a funfair
    with a mini-roller coaster, and dodgems, side stalls, and a restaurant
    with stunning sea views. It is also the venue for seasonal fireworks
    displays.

  • The Lanes area of Brighton is full of fascinating Brighton history
    and character. With narrow streets, historic buildings, street
    entertainers, jewellery shops, antiques stores, cafés and
    restaurants, The Lanes area of Brighton is also home to a number of
    atmospheric public houses.

  • Volks Railway has regular trains travelling from Brighton Pier
    along Brighton seafront to Black Rock, and is one of Brighton's most
    historic tourist attractions. Dating back to the late 19th century,
    Brighton's Volks Railway is the oldest electric railway in the United
    Kingdom.

  • Brighton Marina is located in the Kemp Town area of Brighton and is
    home to an enormous amount of entertainment and attractions for
    tourists visiting the Brighton area. With cafés, restaurants and
    bars, most of which have superb views of the harbour, together with
    shopping facilities, boat trips around Brighton Marina, a multi-screen
    cinema and tenpin bowling complex, Brighton Marina is one of the
    largest yachting harbours in the United Kingdom.



  • Things to do:


    Brighton beachfront is a playground of surfing, sailing, basketball,
    volleyball, skateboarding and lots more. Away from the water there is
    plenty to enjoy. Take a Ghost Walk or tour of The Lanes, and all year
    round there are hundreds of events from the famous London to Brighton
    and National Speed Trials, to power boat racing and kite festivals.
    Brighton provides an excellent base for exploring the rolling South
    Downs and the castles of Hever, Leeds and Arundel.


  • Brighton Racecourse holds meetings throughout the summer months.

  • Walking Tours are available in the Brighton and Hove area and these
    provide tourists with a real insight into some of Brighton's most
    interesting and historic tourist attractions, landmarks and information.

  • Brighton guided bus tours operate throughout the day at regular
    intervals. The Brighton bus tours provide a popular way of sightseeing
    in Brighton and, with daily hop on / off tickets; they are also a very
    useful way to travel around Brighton. Bus tours in the Brighton connect
    all of the major points of interest in Brighton, including many of the
    tourist attractions, landmarks and monuments in Brighton.

  • Devil's Dyke, on the north side of Brighton, is owned and managed
    by the National Trust, with superb panoramic views of the surrounding
    countryside, Devil's Dyke is a deep valley and attractions include
    large areas of grassland ideal for sunbathing, sports, kite-flying,
    hang-gliding and picnics.

  • Bluebell Steam Railway is on the outskirts of Brighton. It is one
    of the most popular attractions in this area. It features lovingly
    restored steam locomotives, a museum, stunning views of the surrounding
    countryside and a public house, serving snacks. The Bluebell Steam
    Railway travels between three different train stations.



  • Food & Drink:


    With over 400 restaurants in the Brighton area, it has more than
    anywhere outside London. You can choose from beachfront brasseries,
    exquisite seafood eateries, fish & chip cafes, traditional English
    dishes, chic café culture and modern international menus at
    stylish, exclusive venues. Whether it’s afternoon tea at the Grand
    Hotel, fish and chips on Brighton Pier or something altogether more
    exotic, there’s something for every taste.


    There are good value pubs and cafes too. Brighton's pubs range from
    small cosy Victorian front rooms, converted churches to large theme
    pubs housing every video game imaginable.


  • Carluccio’s offers a cosy breakfast, a bustling lunch or a
    candlelit evening supper. All food is prepared using the best, fresh
    natural ingredients - often sourced from all over Italy.

  • Terraces Bar & Grill is the place to drop into after a bracing
    stroll on the prom for a refreshing cocktail, or to pile into the sofas
    with coffee and the papers following a huge Sunday roast.

  • Al Duomo: A cool contemporary Italian restaurant and venue
    furnished with sleek leather sofas in the bar area for drinks, lounging
    or coffee and modern art through out. Located next door to the Royal
    Pavilion and centrally located to the main shops, hotels and
    entertainment.

  • The Dorset Street Bar has character and style and has become one of
    the most popular restaurants and meeting places in Brighton.

  • The George is Brighton’s first and foremost vegetarian pub.

  • The Greys is serves Egon Ronay recommended gourmet food in
    extremely small local neighbourhood pub. Generally a great friendly
    atmosphere with interesting characters.



  • Hotels & Accommodation:


    Brighton hotels, bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, and self-catering
    accommodation offer a wide range of style and price. Accommodation
    ranges from luxury hotels on the seafront, medium-priced hotels in
    elegant squares, family-run bed & breakfasts, budget travel lodges,
    backpacker hostels and self-catering apartments.


    Belgrave Classic Hotel
    Quality Hotel Brighton
    De Vere Grand Hotel Brighton
    Queens Hotel (And Lanes Leisure Club)
    Royal Albion Hotel
    Holiday Inn
    Brighton Seafront
    Preston Park Hotel
    Drakes Hotels
    brightonwave Hotel
    Sea Spray
    New Steine Hotel
    Westbourne Hotel
    Ascott House Hotel
    Gullivers Hotel
    The Arlanda Hotel
    Ramada Brighton
    Maison Mascara
    Abbey Hotel
    Best Western The Brighton Hotel
    Hickstead Hotel
    Kings Hotel
    Old Ship Hotel
    Thistle Brighton
    Hudsons
    Guesthouse
    Amherst Hotel
    Royal Pavillion Townhouse Hotel
    Dorset Guest House


    Entertainment


    Brighton is home to a number of excellent theatres that regularly host
    Brighton theatrical productions, dramas, comedies, concerts, operas,
    workshops and exhibitions.


  • Pavilion Theatre is one of the best venues in the South East. The
    programme boasts an excellent line up of comedy, music, dance &
    theatre.

  • Gardner Arts Centre entertains you with high quality contemporary
    dance, drama, visual arts, films, comedy, music et al.

  • Komedia is a great venue for music, comedy, cabaret and theatre.



  • If you love life, you will love Brighton, England’s liveliest city by
    the sea. Brighton is fun, cosmopolitan and uniquely eccentric all year
    round. It has been regarded as a ‘pleasure dome’, and that’s not about
    to change.

    This Article may be freely copied as long as it is not modified and
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    About the Author: Biography


    Name: Maria Williams

    Website: http://www.sleepuk.com

    Biography: Maria writes for Sleep UK - providers of discounted uk hotels.




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