Airhost For You’s Guest Guidebook for Brighton!

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Airhost For You’s Guest Guidebook for Brighton!

Sightseeing
Located adjacent to the Old Steine, this breath-taking regency palace mixes an Indian style exterior, with a Chinese themed interior.
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Kraljevski paviljon u Brightonu
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Located adjacent to the Old Steine, this breath-taking regency palace mixes an Indian style exterior, with a Chinese themed interior.
Originally opened in 1896, and with over 4 million visitors per year meaning it can be seen as the most visited tourist attraction outside of London. There are a selection of arcade-style games, whilst the far end is like a fairground with rollercoasters and dodgems. It is a great spot to view the Brighton coastline and beyond.
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Brighton Palace Pier
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Originally opened in 1896, and with over 4 million visitors per year meaning it can be seen as the most visited tourist attraction outside of London. There are a selection of arcade-style games, whilst the far end is like a fairground with rollercoasters and dodgems. It is a great spot to view the Brighton coastline and beyond.
Enjoy fantastic 360-degree views of the south coast and beyond whilst 450ft in the air. Located opposite regency square, this towering observation platform allows visitors to gaze upon 66 miles of coastline, Brighton and on a clear day you may even be able to see France!
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British Airways i360
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Enjoy fantastic 360-degree views of the south coast and beyond whilst 450ft in the air. Located opposite regency square, this towering observation platform allows visitors to gaze upon 66 miles of coastline, Brighton and on a clear day you may even be able to see France!
Estimated to have been formed over 10,000 years ago, it is the largest dry valley in the UK. Located just 5 miles north of Brighton, it is within driving distance or the 77 bus goes from the Pier all the way to the top.
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Devil's Dyke - National Trust
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Estimated to have been formed over 10,000 years ago, it is the largest dry valley in the UK. Located just 5 miles north of Brighton, it is within driving distance or the 77 bus goes from the Pier all the way to the top.
The highest point in East Sussex at 248 metres above sea level and named after the original warning beacon which used to be locates there. There is parking (£3 per day) and the 79 bus goes from Old Steine or Brighton Station.
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Ditchling Beacon
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The highest point in East Sussex at 248 metres above sea level and named after the original warning beacon which used to be locates there. There is parking (£3 per day) and the 79 bus goes from Old Steine or Brighton Station.
Culture
Located behind the Brighton Dome and within the Pavilion Gardens, the museum has exhibits ranging from art displays to a history of Regency Brighton. Be sure to check out the website for temporary exhibitions!
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Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
12A Pavilion Parade
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Located behind the Brighton Dome and within the Pavilion Gardens, the museum has exhibits ranging from art displays to a history of Regency Brighton. Be sure to check out the website for temporary exhibitions!
Brighton Toy and Model Museum is an independent toy museum. Its collection focuses on toys and models produced in the UK and Europe up until the mid-Twentieth Century.
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Brighton Toy and Model Museum
52-55 Trafalgar St
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Brighton Toy and Model Museum is an independent toy museum. Its collection focuses on toys and models produced in the UK and Europe up until the mid-Twentieth Century.
Opened in 1872 next to Brighton Pier, this architecturally beautiful aquarium features over 3,000 sea creatures from jelly fish to sharks in their 750,000 litre ocean tank.
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SEA LIFE Brighton
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Opened in 1872 next to Brighton Pier, this architecturally beautiful aquarium features over 3,000 sea creatures from jelly fish to sharks in their 750,000 litre ocean tank.
A shopping area full of independent, indie shops and restaurants. The name originates from the Sussex word for land located at the bottom of the downs.
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North Laine
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A shopping area full of independent, indie shops and restaurants. The name originates from the Sussex word for land located at the bottom of the downs.
Neighbourhoods
The area of Hove - often referred to as 'Hove Actually', officially adjoins Brighton at the Peace Statue that can be found down near the beach, by Hove Lawns. On the seafront in Hove you will find the historic remains of the West Pier, the British Airways i360, the iconic beach huts and some cafes. If you prefer grass to pebble beaches and the sea, the expanse of Hove Lawns along the sea front is perfect for picnics and beachside strolls. If you love architecture, Hove is home to Brunswick Square, Palmeira Square and Adelaide Crescent: the finest examples of Regency architecture you will find, each with their own stunning gardens. And that's not all. There is also The Old Market for music and cultural events, The Little Fish Market and The Market for delicious food, V&H Cafe for the best brunch, Archipelagos for Greek food, Fourth & Church for splendid wine, Fato a Mano for amazing pizza... the list really does go on and on.
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Hove
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The area of Hove - often referred to as 'Hove Actually', officially adjoins Brighton at the Peace Statue that can be found down near the beach, by Hove Lawns. On the seafront in Hove you will find the historic remains of the West Pier, the British Airways i360, the iconic beach huts and some cafes. If you prefer grass to pebble beaches and the sea, the expanse of Hove Lawns along the sea front is perfect for picnics and beachside strolls. If you love architecture, Hove is home to Brunswick Square, Palmeira Square and Adelaide Crescent: the finest examples of Regency architecture you will find, each with their own stunning gardens. And that's not all. There is also The Old Market for music and cultural events, The Little Fish Market and The Market for delicious food, V&H Cafe for the best brunch, Archipelagos for Greek food, Fourth & Church for splendid wine, Fato a Mano for amazing pizza... the list really does go on and on.
The centre of the city of Brighton is busy, bustling and diverse with shopping, restaurants, night clubs, the famous sea front with Brighton Palace Pier and plenty of culture and unique character. With 2 Universities, Brighton has a reputation for being a tolerant and creative city. Known as a happy and hip place to live, with a high volume of creative entrepreneurs and businesses, it’s the nation’s most gay-friendly city. For shopping high street brands heads to Churchill Square and the Lanes. For independent shops get lost strolling the North Laine where you will also find some great coffee shops and cafes. For culture check out The Dome or the Theatre Royal. For music head to Brighton Conference Centre or Concorde 2 down by the sea front, or to one of Brighton's many pubs with live music. For food head to The Salt Rooms, The Coal Shed, Chilli Pickle, Fato a Mano.... there are so many amazing restaurants to choose from to suit every budget.
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Brighton
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The centre of the city of Brighton is busy, bustling and diverse with shopping, restaurants, night clubs, the famous sea front with Brighton Palace Pier and plenty of culture and unique character. With 2 Universities, Brighton has a reputation for being a tolerant and creative city. Known as a happy and hip place to live, with a high volume of creative entrepreneurs and businesses, it’s the nation’s most gay-friendly city. For shopping high street brands heads to Churchill Square and the Lanes. For independent shops get lost strolling the North Laine where you will also find some great coffee shops and cafes. For culture check out The Dome or the Theatre Royal. For music head to Brighton Conference Centre or Concorde 2 down by the sea front, or to one of Brighton's many pubs with live music. For food head to The Salt Rooms, The Coal Shed, Chilli Pickle, Fato a Mano.... there are so many amazing restaurants to choose from to suit every budget.
To the east of the city, just past the Old Steine is the vibrant area of Kemptown with a flamboyant mix of grand seafront crescents, elegant squares and a central shopping street with a village feel. This area of the city has some fantastic examples of Regency-inspired architecture and the remnants of the Art Deco movement along Marine Parade. Long associated with LGBT culture, lots of the city’s lesbian and gay pubs like the Queen’s Arms and The Marlborough are located here and it’s one of the city’s liveliest quarters. This area centres on lively St James’s Street, where rainbow flags adorn many of the bars, clubs and cafes. Classic vinyl, vintage fashion, and antiques draw shoppers to quirky boutiques. In recent years, there’s been an influx of foodie fare to accompany the plentiful drink – check out fashionable Vintage tea salon Metrodeco, Curry Leaf Cafe, Drakes Hotel for something more upmarket, and for coffee it has to be Red Roaster or Star Fish & Coffee.
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Kemptown
108 Saint George's Road
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To the east of the city, just past the Old Steine is the vibrant area of Kemptown with a flamboyant mix of grand seafront crescents, elegant squares and a central shopping street with a village feel. This area of the city has some fantastic examples of Regency-inspired architecture and the remnants of the Art Deco movement along Marine Parade. Long associated with LGBT culture, lots of the city’s lesbian and gay pubs like the Queen’s Arms and The Marlborough are located here and it’s one of the city’s liveliest quarters. This area centres on lively St James’s Street, where rainbow flags adorn many of the bars, clubs and cafes. Classic vinyl, vintage fashion, and antiques draw shoppers to quirky boutiques. In recent years, there’s been an influx of foodie fare to accompany the plentiful drink – check out fashionable Vintage tea salon Metrodeco, Curry Leaf Cafe, Drakes Hotel for something more upmarket, and for coffee it has to be Red Roaster or Star Fish & Coffee.
Food scene
Opened in 1981, this long running vegetarian restaurant uses fresh and locally sourced ingredients to create a fine dining, meat-free experience. Awards include runner-up as best Ethical Restaurant in the UK (Observer Food Monthly Awards) and a place in the Good Food Guide
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Food for Friends
17-18 Prince Albert St
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Opened in 1981, this long running vegetarian restaurant uses fresh and locally sourced ingredients to create a fine dining, meat-free experience. Awards include runner-up as best Ethical Restaurant in the UK (Observer Food Monthly Awards) and a place in the Good Food Guide
Award winning vegetarian restaurant has a detailed menu with dishes containing multiple ingredients. If overwhelming, the tapas menu allows you to sample many of their fantastic dishes and for a reasonable price.
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Terre A Terre
71 East St
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Award winning vegetarian restaurant has a detailed menu with dishes containing multiple ingredients. If overwhelming, the tapas menu allows you to sample many of their fantastic dishes and for a reasonable price.
Modern Indian Brasserie adds a 21st century twist to Indian cuisine with dishes like Keralan red duck curry and Monday lunch King Thali offer for just £10. Awards include being named 23rd most sustainable restaurant in the UK, 2 AA Rosettes and the National restaurant awards top 100 UK restaurants for 6 consecutive years!
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The Chilli Pickle
17 Jubilee St
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Modern Indian Brasserie adds a 21st century twist to Indian cuisine with dishes like Keralan red duck curry and Monday lunch King Thali offer for just £10. Awards include being named 23rd most sustainable restaurant in the UK, 2 AA Rosettes and the National restaurant awards top 100 UK restaurants for 6 consecutive years!
A very popular pizza restaurant on Old Steine, with the family having run restaurants both in Brighton and their native Naples. Most of their ingredients come from their farm in Naples - guaranteeing fresh and high-quality ingredients.
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VIP Pizza Brighton
19 Old Steine
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A very popular pizza restaurant on Old Steine, with the family having run restaurants both in Brighton and their native Naples. Most of their ingredients come from their farm in Naples - guaranteeing fresh and high-quality ingredients.
Tucked away behind Brighton Town Hall, the restaurant resembles a floating lantern and has a large menu of Japanese dishes, from sashimi to Katsu curry. They successfully managed to raise awareness around the dangers of overfishing at a European Level through their ‘Fish Love’ campaign.
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Moshimo
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Tucked away behind Brighton Town Hall, the restaurant resembles a floating lantern and has a large menu of Japanese dishes, from sashimi to Katsu curry. They successfully managed to raise awareness around the dangers of overfishing at a European Level through their ‘Fish Love’ campaign.
Vintage decor with a smart roof terrace located on the edge of the Lanes. They have live music every Sunday to Thursday with other events on Saturday. All food is prepared in house including smoking and curing meats.
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The Mesmerist
1-3 Prince Albert St
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Vintage decor with a smart roof terrace located on the edge of the Lanes. They have live music every Sunday to Thursday with other events on Saturday. All food is prepared in house including smoking and curing meats.
Casual, family run Italian restaurant on Hove seafront opened in 1969. Homemade ice cream is always worth a try!
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Marrocco's
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Casual, family run Italian restaurant on Hove seafront opened in 1969. Homemade ice cream is always worth a try!
Called one of the UK’s top 10 indie pizzerias, they have restaurants in Both Hove and London Road. Pizzas are served Naples-style and are freshly cooked to order.
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Fatto a Mano North Laine
25 Gloucester Rd
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Called one of the UK’s top 10 indie pizzerias, they have restaurants in Both Hove and London Road. Pizzas are served Naples-style and are freshly cooked to order.
Gastropub offering local and craft beers with a great pub food. Twinned with the other Ginger restaurants so the food is of the same exacting quality.
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The Ginger Dog
12 College Pl
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Gastropub offering local and craft beers with a great pub food. Twinned with the other Ginger restaurants so the food is of the same exacting quality.