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My partner and I decided to visit Brighton for a couple of days on 13th & 14th July and chose this as our B & B. Sadly we could only stay the one evening, though I wish our visit had been longer.
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It was a very lovely stay at the guesthouse. Room was spotlessly clean, cozy and comfortable. The hosts Julie and Melina were very friendly and helpful and prepared a very good breakfast served in a cozy breakfast room. We felt very welcomed. If you want...More
This is a very well run B&B and quality for price is excellent value. The hosts are extremely friendly and create a great atmosphere at the B&B. Location is good near the sea and town centre. Parking is not easy in Brighton, but again the...More
This the third time I've stayed at this lovely guest house. Melena and Julie couldn't do enough to make my stay any more comfortable. They even found me a yoga mat to borrow and found me the right train times. I'll definitely be back. Thank...More
We had an amazing stay at Coward's. The guest house locates in perfect place only a few minute walk from the beach and the pier and also the Royal Pavilion and the lanes aren't far away. We arrived to the guest house outside the opening...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
$110 - $159 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Purchase permits from the hotel and you can then park on the street outside (or surrounding roads, check which ones with hotel), spaces can be limited at times. Permits are a cheaper option, rather then feeding the meters... More
Purchase permits from the hotel and you can then park on the street outside (or surrounding roads, check which ones with hotel), spaces can be limited at times. Permits are a cheaper option, rather then feeding the meters with money. There is some cheaper daily parking available in Brighton, but it is quite a walk away from this hotel.
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"There is no lift. If you are less mobile you may need to ask for a first floor room?"