Things to see and do - Brighton
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Brighton is where the seaside bathing tradition was invented in the 18C. This quintessential English resort town has plenty of attractions; elegant Georgian, Regency and Victorian architecture, the winding streets of its fishermen's district, as well as parks and lanes decked with flowers. Its crowning glory is the Royal Pavilion, an extraordinary exercise in “Indo-Gothic” architecture.
Tourist attractions Brighton : Things to see and do
GB - Brighton BN1 1EE
The Pavilion's extraordinary silhouette, all bulbous domes, pinnacles, turrets and spires, is a free interpretation of Indian architecture, which came to be known as "Indian Gothic". The exuberance continues in the interior where Chinoiseri..
Madeira Drive GB - Brighton BN2 1TB
Of the architectural compositions along the seafront, Brunswick Square (1825-1827) is the most distinguished, with its stucco, bow-windows, Classical details and elegantly worked ironwork; the oldest is Royal Crescent and the grandest, Lewes Crescent..
Brighton Square GB - Brighton BN1 1HD
A veritable maze of tiny, busy streets in the old part of the town, lined with numerous boutiques and antique shops, the heart of which is Brighton Square.
2-6 Ship Street GB - Brighton & Hove BN1 1AD
Just 100 metres from Brighton’s beach and promenade, Hotel du Vin Brighton is 5 minutes’ walk from the pier. Rare cigars are available to purchase and guests can sample wines from around the world in the Laroche tasting room. Local produce is served..
31-38 Kings Road GB - Brighton & Hove BN1 1NR
This striking Georgian property is on the seafront, overlooking Brighton beach. Modern rooms are just a 5-minute walk from Brighton Pier, shops, lively bars and popular restaurants. Brighton Old Ship Hotel’s accommodation is well equipped with a TV..
1-5 Kings Rd GB - Brighton & Hove BN1 1NS
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On the seafront in the heart of Brighton's 'Lanes', this friendly hotel has a pool, gym and free Wi-Fi. It is well-located for nightlife, restaurants and the beach. No 1 Bar & Bistro has great sea views and serves food until late. The Queens Hotel ..
88 Havelock Rd GB - Brighton BN1 6GF
Majestic Victorian coaching inn, lovingly restored by a charming couple. Shabby-chic interior with boldly decorated walls. Menus focus on local, sustainable produce and dishes are confidently cooked, well-balanced and bursting with flavour.
12 College Pl GB - Brighton BN2 1HN
Charming Victorian pub with a shabby-chic, canine-theme, a welcoming atmosphere and a relaxed feel. Fresh produce is to the fore; dishes are mostly British-based but with the odd nod to Italy. A ginger 'dog' biscuit is served with coffee.
3 Hove St GB - Hove BN3 2TR
Smart building by the seafront - formerly a hotel - boasting a mortar ship relief and a beautifully restored revolving door. Menus offer precise, flavoursome British dishes and vegetarians are well-catered for. Great value set menus at both lunch and..
8 Boyces St GB - Brighton BN1 1AN
A stylish, modern steakhouse hidden away in the Brighton Lanes. Cooking centres around the Josper charcoal oven; they specialise in 35-day old matured organic steaks but there's also a wide selection of fish and other tasty dishes.
43-44 Marine Par GB - Brighton BN2 1PE
Set in the basement of an 18C townhouse hotel. Two small, intimate dining rooms with a soft, moody atmosphere and elegantly laid tables. Menus feature luxury ingredients and have a classical bent. Formal feel, even at lunch.
2-6 Ship St GB - Brighton BN1 1AD