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About Brighton Seafront

Brighton: A Culturally Vibrant Seaside Resort

It might be hard to believe Brighton began as a small Saxon village in the fifth century, inhabited mostly by farmers and fisherman. Today the town is best known for its quirky pebbled beaches lined with souvenir shops, amusement arcades, and of course, some of the best fish and chips to be found! Brighton is also well known as a health resort, so it’s not uncommon to see people of all ages swimming in the sea as a means to cure their illnesses, even in the middle of winter! This popular seaside resort stretches along the English Channel for five miles, so make sure you include your bathing trunks, sense of adventure, and lots of sunscreen. If you happen to be visiting in winter, remember to top up the credit card, because Brighton is a shopper’s paradise too.

What’s There to do in Brighton?

With so many things to do in town, Brighton Pier opposite Old Steine Gardens is a great place to start your journey. It’s 525 metres long, so wear a comfortable pair of shoes, and don’t forget the kids. There are tons of exciting rides for the young and the not so young, a large games centre, and a number of fine restaurants to choose from. By the time you’ve made your way back to the start of the pier, how about taking a breather on Brighton Beach? The round pebbles make for a fine spot to reflect on the day and soak up the fresh sea air. When you’re energized and ready to continue, you’ll find SEA LIFE Brighton across the road from the beach, the world’s oldest operating aquarium where you can view more than 3.500 fascinating oceanic exhibits.

If there’s time to fit in one more attraction, stroll through The Lanes, the perfect way to end the day. Filled with upmarket Brighton restaurants, charming tea rooms, and traditional pubs that serve genuine ale, you’ll find the twisting alleyways quite enchanting. You might even be able to squeeze in a free tour of the 200-year old Old Police Cells Museum in the Town Hall’s basement.

Stay in Style along Brighton’s Famous Seafront

The hardest part about spending time in Brighton is deciding where you’ll put your roots down. There’s no shortage of world-class hotels like Holiday Inn Brighton, across the road from the beach and opposite the British Airways i360 observation tower. Feast on gourmet burgers and craft beers at Stock Burger Co, Starbucks coffee in the open lobby, or catch up on work at the E-Bar.

Looking for an iconic property steeped in British history? The Grand Brighton is a stunning Victorian property with a unique period-style spiral staircase and sumptuous day spa. If you fancy the sound of Egyptian-cotton linen, monsoon showers, and dining al fresco under vine-covered pergolas, Hotel Du Vin Brighton provides all that, as well as over 100 whiskies and rums to choose from. So whether you are travelling in a small or large group, Brighton is ready to welcome everyone to its phenomenal seafront and funky beachfront culture.

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Brighton Seafront, Brighton, United Kingdom
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