As said this is a very spacious and central loft space, (appr 40 sqm) beautifully decorated, set near the sea and close to all the best restaurants, cafes and pubs that Brighton has to offer.
It has a lovely private balcony with sea views. It is close to Brighton station and all public transport.
It features a king size bed + large convertible couch. It can room can easily accomodate 1-3 people
Experience luxury in this airy and light filled loft. When you first walk in you are surprised by the stylish decor and the generous dimensions of this large secluded space. Watch a lone seagull meandering through the expansive sky, through one of the three large skylight windows. Walk out onto the private balcony and a beautiful view of Brighton’s wonderful seaside opens up to you. This must be paradise or close to it. If you’ve had a stressful week, this is just the place.
Feel yourself sink into the king size bed with it's memory foam mattress, just what you need for a great night's sleep or just a nap. The decor in the room is subtle and peaceful. The room itself is very secluded and quiet. You have your own private ensuite bathroom - of course!
This is a very spacious room, (appr 40 sq m) almost a self contained apartment with sea views from the private balcony. It is centrally located, being close to the train station, as well as all the bars and cafes on Western Rd
The private ensuite bathroom has its own shower and toilet.f
The extra couch is from Paris for your comfort, which can fold out to another bed.
Waitrose is closeby, as are all the bustops, so getting around is easy. there are tons of great restaurants closely as well from vegetarian to Lebanese. You can stroll a few hundred yards to the seafront to enjoy the fresh air and perhaps an ice-cream.
We enjoy living here and hope you will decide to experience the best Brighton has to offer!
the large loft room plus the ensuite plus the balcony
We are happy to interact with guests. On arrival we will welcome you and are happy to help with any questions. We are always happy to share our knowledge and experiences of this great City and surrounding area.
Also you are in one of the best and central locations in Brighton - wander down the road for a hundred metres and you can find the famous Temple bar, situated on the corner of Western Rd, which is filled with Brighton’s best cafes, bars. If you like fine dining we are close to some great restaurants, including:
THE GINGERMAN Intimate Modern European restaurant
Address: 21a Norfolk Square, Brighton BN1 2PD and
SALT ROOMS - Modern British restaurant for seafood and grilled meat in a chic space with sea views and terrace.
Address: 106 King's Rd, Brighton BN1 2FA
Perched right on Brighton's seafront with uninterrupted views of the West Pier, The Salt Room is the city's newest foodie hotspot. Judging from the friendly welcome and enthusiastic introduction to the drinks menu, the restaurant is as keen on offering a fun night out as it is the best in locally-sourced seafood.
Address: 103 Western Rd, Brighton BN1 2AAwhich features some great Middle eastern cuisine
TOUT MANGE in the nearby lanes serves great casual French food. Trafalgar street
These are a few, but there’s lots more.
If you like gypsy jazz, the Paris bar in Western Rd offers some great food and gypsy jazz as well as blues on Sunday. If you like music, Brighton is full of of it.
Also in Western Rd is the famous Small batch coffee as well as many cafes, including Salvage and Stony point cafe up the rd.
Also in the lanes is a great coffee place called NO 33 where you can sample Kenyan and Columbian filter coffees as well as some great blends from the coffee machine, also get casual food.
Up the rd is perhaps Brighton's trendy cafe, Stony Point, featuring some amazing cakes and great coffee! Next door is a girl that runs a pressed juice bar. If you walk further down the rd on Upper North rd you will run into the huge Bodhisattva Meditation centre, with its own grounds and vegan cafe.
It's close proximity to everything that Brighton has to offer. I am an arts lover and have it all on my doorstep. The famous Billies Cafe is 20 seconds away plus a host of others for breakfast and/or brunch. I walk or cycle everywhere. Great public transport and less than a mile from the train station, I can be in central London in 50 minutes. 10 minutes in my car I can be in the Downs for walks and cream teas.
For shopaholics there are no shortage of stores and bars on Western Rd. Waittrose and Sainsburys are very close. Down the road in Churchill sq theres Zara, Debenhams, New Look, H+M, Pull and Bear, Top shop, Marks and Spencer and many others.
Of course the sea is a short walk away and also Brighton station (the other way) isn't too far. This is a great area and one can never get bored. Where we are located is secluded and quiet - oh except for the sound of the occasional seagull...
Oh yes and Winston Churchill went to school around the corner. There is a dedicated plaque outside the building.
I had to put this review on from yelp, Its for Small Batch coffee just down the rd
5.0 star rating 23/3/2014
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Brighton boasts a diverse café culture that caters to the needs of locals and visitors alike from the waffles to the Wi-Fi.
Your Brighton and Hove coffee experience isn't complete until you've visited one (or all!) of the six conveniently placed Small Batch Coffee Company sites dotted around the city. Pop-up pitches greet the commuters at Brighton and at Hove railway station and both areas boast two café's a-piece on busy central thoroughfares. So do take the time to sample some beans from these enterprising Brighton baristas.
My local SBCC sits on the corner of Norfolk Square and is a welcome addition to one of the less grand regency squares currently undergoing a transformation. All the sites have a distinctly hip interior that you'd expect from a seriously cool coffee house. Personality can be found in the nod to local attractions, such as the pavilion domes in the shop signage and the beach hut mural on the Norfolk interior.
If you're after a speedy verdict, THE COFFEE IS AMAZING. You can now move on.
I had a cappuccino that came in a generously sized cup and finished off with a heart motif. The heart did look a bit like an onion, but that's ok. I love onions.
The taste was rich and warm and a cut above your regular coffee on the go.
The reasonably priced drinks come in at around £2-£3 and the tea is just as lovingly brewed as its flavoursome coffee brother. If you fancy a nibble there is an array of cookies, cakes and hot snacks for between £1.50-£3 that are fresh and tasty. I opted for a slither of brownie. I've been tricked by brownies in the past. It's hard to talk about, but they've been deceptively brown yet distinctly lacking in choccy goodness. I'm happy to report that this sweet treat was moist and rich. Phew.
So whether you're a connoisseur or after a quick quench, be sure to stop here and have a cup of the hot stuff.
On Western Rd there are a large no of bus routes to take yo...