Brighton

Brightongained in popularity during the last century, when much development was done in the town. It is now a beautiful example of Georgian and Regency elegance, alongside expansive beaches.

The Architect John Nash created the amazing Brighton Pavillion in the early 1800s for the Prince Regent of the time George IV, once the Prince started to reside in Brighton he changed it from a sleepy back water to the fashionable town it is today.

Close by, the golden sands of the main beach are a wonderful place to relax and spend the day with all the family. Brighton's Palace Pier is a well known landmark, and has recently been extended, and has some of the best family entertainment in Brighton.

Brighton Beach

Brightonhas many attractions;excellent restaurants and cafe's with an abundance of good food anda wide variety of interesting shops.

Additionally there is plenty of entertainment and a vibrant nightlife all to be found around this graceful city.

Brighton TI

hotel-icon

Details of the outstanding points of interest

Hotel bookings may also be made here

dine-icon

A selection of listed restaurants, brasseries

shop-icon

A selection of listed shops, boutiques, stores

play-icon

A selection of listed entertainments

travel-2.icon

This is tells you how to travel locally

You can enter your search request here for anything you desire ..
Loading


The Guide to Britain Sponsored Advertising can help your business - contact us for details at Sales@TheGuide-uk.com-Terms & Conditions