A cool, boutique accommodation really near to the beach and Esplanade, the New Steine is great for food with French and British influences. Chilled comfort.
Set in a quiet terrace close to the beach and the popular Kemp Town bars and restaurants, Snooze is a hotbed of retro chic. Bedrooms are an event in themselves; themes include 70s bachelor pad, Bollywood, trendy 60s sleepover and upmarket flea-market.
Located in Brunswick Town, known for its Regency architecture, this comfortable and functional guest house is a great base for exploring Brighton and Hove.
Sitting in the splendid Regency Square, right by the brand-new British Airways i360, Brighton House offers simply elegant accommodation in keeping with the area’s historical heritage.
The best of the rest
Situated in an impressive Regency square close to the town and seafront, Gullivers is a sister property of the New Steine nearby. Compact rooms, clever design and contemporary colours make for a comfortable stay, and the lounge is decorated with fine art.
Just off Marine Parade, set on one of Brighton’s charming seafront squares, Marine View is comfortable and homely.
Some miles from the seafront, this Innkeeper’s Lodge finds itself on the edge of the sprawling South Downs National Park, which reaches from Winchester to Eastbourne. Ideal for a break close to Brighton, but away from the hubbub.