Brighton cottages

Brighton, often dubbed "London by the Sea," is a vibrant and diverse coastal city that offers a multitude of reasons to visit. Its stunning pebble beach and iconic pier are just the beginning. Visitors flock to Brighton for its rich cultural scene, encompassing art galleries, theatres, and a thriving music and nightlife culture. History enthusiasts will be captivated by the Royal Pavilion, a lavish palace built for King George IV, showcasing stunning Indian and Chinese architectural influences. The Lanes, a maze of narrow streets, offer a unique shopping experience with an array of boutiques, vintage stores, and artisan shops. Food lovers will revel in Brighton's culinary delights, from fresh seafood on the seafront to international cuisine in the city's diverse restaurants. Not forgetting the annual Brighton Festival, celebrating arts, music, and literature, attracting creatives from around the world. So pack your bags and head off for a holiday by the sea in one of our Brighton cottages.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our holiday cottages in Brighton

This vibrant and eclectic coastal city on the south coast of England is known for its lively atmosphere, stunning seafront, and unique cultural scene, here are the top five things to see and do:

  1. Brighton Palace Pier: Take a stroll along the iconic Brighton Palace Pier, which offers a mix of traditional fairground rides, arcade games, and food stalls. Enjoy panoramic views of the coastline and the city from the pier's observation deck.

  2. The Royal Pavilion: Explore the opulent and exotic Royal Pavilion, a former royal residence built for King George IV. Admire the stunning Indo-Saracenic architecture, intricate interiors, and beautiful gardens surrounding the palace.

  3. Brighton Beach: Relax on the pebble beach or take a dip in the sea at Brighton Beach. The beachfront is perfect for sunbathing, beach games, and beachfront cafes and bars that provide a lively and welcoming atmosphere.

  4. North Laine: Wander through the quirky and bohemian North Laine district, filled with an array of independent shops, vintage boutiques, and street art. It's an ideal place for shopping, people-watching, and sampling international cuisines.

  5. Brighton Marina: Visit Brighton Marina, a modern complex with an array of restaurants, bars, and shops overlooking the yacht-filled harbour. Enjoy leisurely walks, watersports activities, or simply take in the maritime ambience.

Bonus: Brighton's nightlife is vibrant, with a thriving music scene, live performances, and numerous pubs and clubs offering entertainment until the early hours.

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