Local Info

Our house is in central Brighton. The 5B bus stops just down the road every 10 minutes, it is a 15 minute ride to the sea. The walk into town is lovely through Preston Park and takes 30-35 minutes. This is a residential area but over the road is a small food shop which is open from 8am to 8pm everyday. Down the road there is a pharmacy, florist, pizza take away, off license, fish and chip shop, family run cafe and delicatessen. Just up the road at Fiveways there is another fish & chip shop, a post office, sweet shop, a well stocked fruit and veg shop and a few restaurants. There are several good pubs within easy walking distance and just around the corner on Lowther Road there is a lovely cafe with delicious home made cakes called Lark on Lowther.

 

Brighton is famous for The Pier - fun rides and excitement day and night, The Pavilion and its amazing architecture and well known across the world for its artistic and free thinking community, buzzing night life, great restaurants, magical winding Lanes and quirky North Laine shops.You will never be bored in Brighton, there is always something to do here, but when you come back to the house you will relish its tranquility!

 

As this is a residential area we are sorry but we are unable to accept Hen party or Stag weekend bookings... unless you are able to convince us that you will be a sedate, quiet and respectful group!

 

If you need parking we can offer you a visitors parking permit which will entitle you to roadside parking outside at a cost of £5 per car per day. The road this house is on, has become part of a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) from the end of September 2014. This is likely to mean there will be more spaces available with voucher parking but please note, all the roads north of Preston Drove are not included in the CPZ so you are likely to be able to find free parking just around the corner. As this is a new scheme, we will have to wait to see how it affects parking in the area. Please ask if you need further information.

 

Family House in Central Brighton