We had a delightful one-night stay in Brighton at LimeHouse. We would concur with many of the other reviewers' comments: superb location for restaurants, the water, clubs, (and even an excellent jazz club within two blocks); affable host, good value, and seagull squawking.
Originally, sagacious guidance (Rick Steves) encouraged us to request rooms off the street to minimize the noise of revelry, especially over the weekend. As a result, we requested a quiet room with a king bed. We were assigned room #2, a superior suite on the ground floor. Upon arrival, that particular room was not available. We were reassigned to the top floor, sea view superior suite (#8), a slightly more expensive room. This reaccommodation was fine; no complaints.
Be aware that this is not a B&B, in that breakfast is neither advertised nor available. Incidentally, we were not impressed by breakfast at the nearby "Little Miss Piggies." From what we hear, however, other opportunities abound.
Bottom line: We would gladly stay here again.More