Snooze – A Labour of Love

Welcome to our new blog, this is where you are going to find our own unique take on all things Brighton! Each week we will be putting down our thoughts about upcoming ‘events’ that are not to be missed or ‘social’ places that really should require your further attention! We’ll do our best to keep […]

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Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery began life in a few rooms on the upper floor of the Royal Pavilion. The museum was opened on 5 November 1861 by Richard Owen, the founder of the Natural History Museum. Its first displays consisted of natural history specimens, the town’s art collection, and various items collected from around the […]

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The Komedia Brighton

The Komedia in Brighton is more than a venue it’s an institution and without doubt one of our most favourite venues in our lovely seaside city, for Comedy, live music and club nights. A place that should always be on your agenda when you come and sleep with us and this year, Komedia celebrates it’s […]

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The Brighton Zip

Looking for something fun & and a bit different to do when you come and sleep with us? Then why not try The Brighton Zip!! Described as the nearest thing to flying, its the longest and fastest zip wire along the south coast. It runs along our famous Brighton beach just a pebble’s throw from […]

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The Duke Of Yorks Cinema

The Duke of York’s Picture House came into existence in 1910 and has been recognised by the Cinema Theatre Association as the oldest surviving purpose-built cinema in the UK. On 22nd September 1910, a crowd of 2000 people brought Preston Circus to a standstill for its opening. The Duke of York’s cinema was built at the […]

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Brighton & Hove Pride 2019

Brighton & Hove Pride returns this year from the 2nd-4th August. Firmly established as the UK’s most popular international Pride Festival, Brighton &  Hove Pride attracts a diverse demographic audience from across the globe and is singularly the most popular visitor attraction in the City’s event calendar. Pride is as famous, vibrant, popular and utterly […]

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Brighton’s Iconic West Pier

The Pier was designed and engineered by Eugenius Birch to attract visitors and survive in the hostile environment of the seashore. Opened in 1866, it was a simple and functional structure built using dozens of cast iron threaded columns screwed into the seabed and strengthened by a lattice of ties and girders that provide the […]

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Brighton Bike Share Scheme

When visiting our lovely seaside city one of the best ways to travel around Brighton & Hove healthily, sustainably and cheaply is by using the city’s smart bike share scheme, BTN BikeShare! The fun and easy-to-use public transport scheme is the first in the UK to combine docking stations and dock-less locking technology https://www.btnbikeshare.com Residents […]

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Brighton Palace Pier

Brighton Palace Pier is a 1,722ft long Victorian pier, located in the heart of Brighton and Hove’s 8 miles of coastline. The smell of freshly rolled doughnuts greets you at the entrance , the lines of free deckchairs with people snoozing in the sun, more ice cream stands than you can cope with, with it’s […]

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Our Favourite Restaurants – The Chilli Pickle

You know we like to tell you the best things to do and see on a visit to Brighton right? well we felt it was time to feature some of the fantastic restaurants that we have here in our wonderful seaside city. So to kick things off we’d like to tell you about one of […]

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The Seven Sisters

Situated in the South Downs National Park, Seven Sisters Country Park comprises280 hectares of chalk cliffs, meandering river valley and open chalk grassland. The Seven Sisters cliffs – Made from chalk that formed underneath the sea millions of years ago. Narrow ledges provide nesting sites for breeding populations of kittiwakes and fulmars. The Country Park is […]

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