In pictures: views of Brighton, England

Sometimes called ‘London by the sea’, this hip and happening South coast which is filled with beautiful boutique hotels, it continues to surprise and intrigue its many visitors. Easily one of the best-loved seaside cities in the UK and definitely the most fun, Brighton is the place to head to on a sunny Bank Holiday. Despite having all the usual seaside clichés of a pier, fairground rides and candyfloss, Brighton has another side and it’s also famous for its award-winning food, friendly locals and a thriving art and alternative scene. From our many visits here is our eclectic collection of Brighton views…

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

In pictures: views of Brighton, England Global Grasshopper

Looking to stay in a Brighton Boutique Hotel?

There are many unique boutique hotels to stay in Brighton but we love the Hotel Du Vin & Bistro Brighton. This boutique hotel is part of the Hotel du Vin chain and features a Parisian-style bistro, sprawling bar and clubby-looking pub. Attractive rooms carry beachy New England-style furnishings and impressive bathrooms. Just up from the sea, the hotel is also ideally placed for The Lanes and the city’s major attractions. Drakes Hotel is also the best hotel. This fabulous boutique hotel spans two late Georgian townhouses and has a great location almost opposite the pier and Brighton Wheel. Full of Art Deco-style detailing and with a locally renowned restaurant on the lower-ground floor, Drakes has been wowing guests for the last 10 years. Not only hotels, there are many guest house which is very famous in Brighton. Coward’s Guest House is a very famous guest house. Coward’s Guest House is located in Brighton & Hove, 600 m from The Royal Pavilion and an 8-minute walk from Brighton Pier. Another famous guest house in Brighton Is Chimera House.

This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. Located within a 7-minute walk of Brighton Pier and 600 m of The Royal Pavilion, Chimera House features rooms in Brighton & Hove. Popular points of interest nearby include Brighton Dome and Komedia. The property is a 14-minute walk from The Brighton Centre and a 15-minute walk from Victoria Gardens. Severn Properties is also a famous guest house in Brighton. Located in Brighton & Hove, 2.5 km from Churchill Square Shopping Centre, Severn Properties provides a bar. Located around 2.5 km from i360 Observation Tower, the guest house is also 2.7 km away from Victoria Gardens. The Brighton Centre is 2.8 km from the property. Brighton truly is a city of celebrations. From the greatest expressions Festival in England to drama, nourishment, music, film and craftsmen’s open houses, you’ll more often than not discover someplace in the city that is in full celebration swing. What’s more, it’s not only the mid-year months that draw the celebration swarms. The city knows how to commend expressions and culture year-round with Brighton celebrations pressing settings and filling the roads ideal over the date-book. From silver screen and satire gold to the nearby passage of the Brunswick Festival and Sussex Beer Festival, look at the course of events underneath to see when Brighton celebration fever is starting up the city consistently.

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