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The Downs Hotel £73
Reviewed on 8 Jul 2019
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The Downs Hotel

The Downs Hotel

     
    3.6 of 5
    3.0 out of 5.0 Stars

    Our family room was very pleasant with fluffy white towels, bright white bedding,& plenty of tea & coffee which was a real bonus! It was clean & airy & my four poster bed was super comfy 😊. It was though very noisy in the evenings from the lively pub downstairs & loud traffic outside. It also lacked ...

    The Southern Belle £78
    The Southern Belle

    The Southern Belle

    3 Waterloo Street, Hove, England
       
      3.0 out of 5.0 Stars

      Our customers tell us they enjoy The Southern Belle's quiet location. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from British Airways i360. Features include free breakfast and free WiFi in public areas, plus a restaurant. Built in 1828, this 3-star inn has 6 rooms over 2 floors. All rooms offer free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.

      White Horse Hotel Rottingdean by Greene King Inns £75
      Reviewed on 24 Feb 2019
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      White Horse Hotel Rottingdean by Greene King Inns

      White Horse Hotel Rottingdean by Greene King Inns

         
        3.9 of 5
        3.0 out of 5.0 Stars

        Staff were very helpful and cheery. Great breakfast.

        Finding a bargain in Brighton Inns

        If you've scanned through all the big-name hotels and resorts and can't find anything that'll suit your budget, Brighton Inns could be just what you're after. Run for real travellers, this age-old style of lodging is sure to keep costs to a minimum. Granted, it's not going to be as shoestring as a campground, but with the added draws of hearty food and regional beers on tap, the chance to sleep in individually designed suites or to chat to locals over a local ale, it's clear that there's loads of extras packed into the price.

        Something special in Brighton Inns

        It shouldn't be hard to find inns for holiday breaks in Brighton that burst with character. That's precisely what this sort of stay is all about – something different, something really memorable. It could be that there's a lively pub joined to the rooms. It could be that there's a leafy garden out front. It could be that there's a kitchen that sizzles with the scents of local produce and regional cooking. Whatever it is that sets them apart, you're bound to find something special in Brighton Inns.

        Food is actually one of the main features of an inn. It's what makes it different to a B&B or classic hotel. Originally conceived of as pitstops for travellers on long-distance trading routes, these establishments almost always have an on-site kitchen and bar. That's great news if you were hoping to sample bona fide Brighton cuisine, or if you're looking for a stay somewhere a little more off the beaten path, far away from all the main restaurants and bistros.

        A country stay in Brighton Inns
        Because they've traditionally been out-of-town lodgings, historically fringing main roadways leading in and out of destinations, don't be surprised if you find many Brighton Inns nestled in the countryside. To go with the location, a large proportion of these sorts of accommodations are pet-friendly, sat close to popular nature parks and near the start of major hiking trails. There's plenty of scope to feel surrounded by nature, away from the hustle and bustle of the busier parts of town.
        Search ebookers to choose the best Brighton Inns

        Whether you're after a stay that's sat smack bang in the heart of the action or somewhere quiet and secluded closer to nature, ebookers has such a wide range of inns on the menu that you're bound to find something to suit. We've made it super-easy to find the inn that's perfect for you, offering a map that lets you zoom in and out to discover the top-rated establishments right across any destination. Just enter your particular dates of travel and trust ebookers to list all the best Brighton Inns on the line-up.

        Save money on Brighton Inns

        So you've settled on Brighton for that next holiday? Great choice. If you haven't yet considered Inns as a possible place to stay, then it might be worth seeking out the wealth of such accommodations that's on offer from ebookers. They are primed for family visitors and travellers on a budget. And they come with a whole host of extras that aim to make the next trip one to remember.

        Price wise, you're likely to find that Brighton Inns come in at much less than the cost of large-scale resort hotels. The reason? They often occupy more out-of-town locations and tout simpler accommodation types – think cottages with bunk beds, compact lounges, and the occasional self-catering kitchen. And talking of self-catering kitchens, that's another sure way to knock off even more pounds from the cost of your trip. You'll be able to rustle up your own meals and serve the whole crew without paying a single restaurant bill.

        A setting for families in Brighton Inns

        Brighton Inns really are tailor-made for family travellers. With their low-key cabin beds and static caravan rentals, there's loads of flexibility in the sort of stay you have. But that's not what really makes them stand out from the crowd. That honour goes to the host of extras that's usually part and parcel to a trip to a caravan park. Don't be surprised if you find options with playgrounds and ping pong tables, not to mention charmingly retro gaming arcades. And don't be surprised if you come across Brighton Inns with on-site pools for cooling off in the summer heat or little cafes where you can sit and sip a Spritz while the little ones cycle back and forth.

        A different setting in Brighton Inns

        As mentioned above, one of the main ways that Brighton Inns manage to keep prices low is by occupying more off-the-beaten-path pockets of the destination. That might mean you'll have to sacrifice waking up in the shadow of big-name attractions, but there are bonuses, too – bonuses that can be grouped under the name of the ""great outdoors"".

        In fact, one of the big reasons to come to a Inns, in this destination or anywhere else for that matter, is seizing the chance to escape the hustle of city life and experience a wilder side of the region. So bring those walking boots and get ready to burn off the breakfast calories by getting out there to explore the landscape and see it all in a new light. The result is that you can look forward to enjoying a totally different setting than you might be used to on holiday, somewhere less-trodden, away from the sightseeing circuit, and immersed in nature.

        Search ebookers to choose the best Brighton Inns

        We've made it really easy to home in on the Brighton holiday park that's perfect for you. Just enter the dates you're planning on travelling into the search boxes on ebookers and we'll list all the top-rated options in the category. You can also make use of our handy travel map, which lets you zoom in and out to see where Inns are hiding nearby.

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            Hilton Brighton Metropole £81
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            Hilton Brighton Metropole

            Hilton Brighton Metropole

            Kings Road, East Sussex, Brighton, England
               
              3.2 of 5
              4.0 out of 5.0 Stars

              I was at the property for business so didn't get time to make full use of the amenities. However, the thing I really didn't like was the way you have to pay for EVERYTHING. It's not cheap to stay here so free wifi wouldn't be such a hardship, would it? Everything is geared towards 'Honors' guests ...

              Kings Hotel £58
              Reviewed on 8 Apr 2019
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              Kings Hotel

              Kings Hotel

                 
                3.6 of 5
                3.0 out of 5.0 Stars

                Had a pleasing stay. Staff very friendly and attentive. Mattress not comfortable and definitely affected sleep quality.

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