Brighton Accommodation: Kemptown Jewel
- Property Type
- Dining table seats
- Floor Level
- United Kingdom
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Fabulous spacious, centrally located, 2 bed Brighton holiday apartment just a 5 minute stroll from Brighton seafront. Fantastic location for easy access to all the Brighton attractions, Brighton Pier, Brighton Marina, shops, delis, cafes, bars, restaurants, antique shops and vintage flea markets.
Behind the newly painted facade and glossy bright green door you will find this stylish comfortable 2 bedroom apartment SLEEPS UP TO 7 GUESTS in total
Ideal for corporate lets or Business visits or for shopping or a fun weekend away with friends & family
A travel cot, tot seat for the dining table and stairgate can be provided on request for family groups.
Open plan living and kitchen on the ground floor, then on the lower ground floor there are 2 bedrooms and one bathroom
DINING AREA dining table There are 7 chairs if required. and a tot seat for toddlers that attaches to the table.
KITCHEN AREA has fridge/ freezer, dishwasher, oven, microwave, toaster and hob.
LIVING AREA SLEEPS (TBC)
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
MASTER BEDROOM : SLEEPS (TBC )
ZIP AND LINK BED WHICH CAN BE A 6FT SUPERKING OR 2 x 3FT SINGLE BEDS. Please request your preference on the booking page at the time of booking.
BEDROOM TWO SLEEPS TBC
with Hotel style zip and link be which is set as a twin room with 2 x 3ft single beds but can be a 6ft super king on request SLEEPS (TBC)
A TRAVEL COT CAN BE PROVIDED ON REQUEST. ( 2 stair gates available)
Both bedrooms are located on the lower level of the apartment (lower ground floor of the building)
Good size bathroom has bath with shower screen and shower, wash basin and WC,towels and kimonos.
There is no allocated parking with the property. The nearest free parking is located north of Albion Hill, a 10 minute walk away. Otherwise visit parkopedia.co.uk to view parking and pricing in Zone C of Brighton.
Brighton is the most vibrant seaside resort in England. Just an hour from London, it is a thriving, cosmopolitan city with a Bohemian spirit; home to an exuberant gay community, a dynamic student population and a healthy number of ageing and new-age hippies, as well as traditional candyfloss fun.
The apartment is close to the many things to do in Brighton. Try to include the following in your trip:
The Royal Pavilion is the UK's most eccentric royal residence. Its Indian-style domes and minarets look as outlandish today as they did when it was built nearly 200 years ago by John Nash.
Brighton Palace Pier still has all the old-time delights of the English seaside – fairground rides, candy floss and rows of striped deckchairs.
Set in the Royal Pavilion's stable block, the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery has a glittering horde of 20th-century art and design, including a Dalí sofa modelled on Mae West's lips.
The Brighton Sea Life Centre is the world's oldest working aquarium. Its 150 marine species include sharks, which you can see from below thanks to a clear-walled underwater tunnel.
Once a fishing village, the maze of narrow streets and alleyways that makes up the Lanes is today home to jewellers, gift shops and boutiques selling everything from antique firearms to designer shoes. The shopping gets even more diverse as you go further along Bond, Gardner, Kensington and Sydney Streets into the North Laine shopping district.
There are great bars, clubs and restaurants on your doorstep. If you're looking for somewhere quirky and funky you can't do better than Bom-Banes - it's about 4 streets west of Kemp Town Down on George Street - it has the loveliest, craziest tables (lift the pepper pot on one of them, press buttons on another to light up a beautifully built fully-lit pier complete with waves under a glass table, other tables do secret things) and the nicest lady Jane Bom-Bane runs it.
Mucky Duck on Manchester Street - again towards bottom of St James's, on your left hand side - has great art, is very dark, usually good DJ Friday and Saturday.
Black Dove is your local - it's at the bottom of Devonshire Place, turn left and it's on the corner of St James's and Rock Gardens. It's a Brooklyn beer bar, is very busy, has a funky DJ downstairs and candles that look like they've been there a hundred years.
If you like real ale - the Hand in Hand is Brighton's oldest brewery - cross over from Black Dove and continue down St George's Road and it's on your right hand side after about 5 minutes.
So if you like pub crawling you could start in the Hand in Hand, then heading towards town: Sidewinder, Black Dove, perhaps nip left for a cocktail at Brighton Rocks, St James's Tavern for a Tuaca, Mucky Duck - and you're still less only a 5 minute walk from home!
Eating-wise - 64 Degrees - lovely food, desserts are amazing. In Kemp Town village, there's The Ginger Dog and Wood Box which is a pizza restaurant.
Map & Parking
- Washing machine
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- Water kettle
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Central heating
- Towels provided
- Cinemas/movie theaters
- Concert halls
- Water sports