This unique, two bed house in central Brighton is a well kept secret. Set back from the road in a mews development it offers a quiet oasis next to the famous Lanes. Ideal for sea, shops, restaurants and everything else buzzing Brighton has to offer.
Recently renovated to a high standard and newly listed, this small, comfortable, two bedroom house sleeps up to five people. The master bedroom has a king size bed and the other a double. There is also a guest chair folding mattress in the lounge. For such a central location it's amazingly quiet - and ideal if you wish to enjoy Brighton from the convenience of a central location. The seafront is just one minute's walk away at the end of the road - you can see the sea from the gate. Note that weekly rates may be cheaper than shown and vary from £550 - £770 depending on whether it's high or low season.
Accès des voyageurs
Please enjoy all the amenities the house provides. We have worked hard to create our ideal holiday home and to make it comfortable and relaxing for you. For a townhouse in such a central location it's surprisingly quiet and peaceful as it's tucked away in a secluded and private gated mews. Please maintain the unique, quiet ambience of the communal courtyard. As the courtyard is a shared space, we do require you to be respectful of the neighbours. Our house is most definitely NOT suitable for rowdy groups.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We live close by so if you need anything please let us know.
It bears repeating that you must respect our neighbours as this is a quiet, gated community. No smoking allowed anywhere on the premises - including the courtyard - which is NOT available for use as outside space. And unfortunately no pets.
I love travelling and have lived and worked abroad in Spain and California. A few years ago I spent three months travelling in Africa and also volunteering for the Born Free foundation in Lilongwe, Malawi. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the wildlife in Zambia and the Serengeti. I was also privileged to see the few remaining mountain gorillas in Rwanda. Some years before that, I spent three months travelling around India and this gave me an appreciation for the simple things in life and the needs of a traveller. Most of all a good, clean place to rest your head at night and home comforts, including TV, to help you switch off, unwind and relax. Somehow, no matter where I wander, Brighton is a welcoming place to return to and I have lived here on and off now for over 20 years. Welcome to your home from home in Brighton.