2 Broad Street, Brighton, BN2 1TJ
+44 (0)1273 698 289
Single from: £110.00
Double from: £110.00
per room per night
London Road, Patcham, Brighton, BN1 8YQ
+44 (0)1273 552886
Single from: £79.00
Double from: £79.00
per room per night
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Brighton is in East Sussex and lies on the south coast of England. It is part of the city of Brighton and Hove and attracts more than 8 million visitors a year. These are mainly tourists, but also a lot of visitors to conferences as the city hosts almost all of the political part conferences.
Brighton is easy by all means of transport. Just a short train ride separates it from London and the local airport serves London and other larger cities in the UK. Brighton will probably always be associated with Brighton Pier which was known in the old days as the "Brighton Marine Palace and Pier". It features arcade halls, rides, fun fares and restaurants. The prices for the fun fare can be a bit out of proportion with rides costing up to £8. You can take a ride in the oldest electrical train of the UK from the pier to Brighton Marina. This electrical train ride is operated by Volk's Railway.
The Nicholas Church is the oldest one in Brighton dating back to the 11th Century. This church is commonly known as the "The Mother Church", St Bartholomew church and St Peter's are other notable churches and the last one is located in the city centre on an island.
Brighton is well known for its musical presence. The night life is one of the most active in the UK and the venues for live music are known the world over. Did you know that ABBA won the Eurovision song contest in the Brighton Dome in 1974 with Waterloo?? If you are fed up with music and want a drink you will be spoiled for choice as there are more than 300 pubs in Brighton.
The Brighton festival is the Country's largest after Edinburgh and attracts thousands of visitors each year. For theatre and cabaret you can visit the Theatre Royal which is more than 200 years old or the Komedia.
Once you are done with sight-seeing and head for the beach you will notice that the beaches are shingle beaches, free of sand. When you enter the water, however, you will feel the sand between your feet.
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