Brighton has been a playground for visitors ever since the Prince Regent, who later became King George IV, popularised the town in the late 18th century. It is now one of the UK’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities and a ‘must’ for fun loving visitors from London, only an hour away. But with so many things to do in Brighton, the best way to join the fun (and make the most of the nightlife!) is to stay at one of the many Brighton B&Bs, guest houses and hotels, from cheap to chic, budget to blow-out.
During the day don’t miss the Royal Pavilion (the Prince Regent’s palace of exotic domes and minarets), the Palace Pier and Volk’s Electric Railway (the world’s oldest electric railway) or maybe indulge in a spot of shopping in the boutiques of the Brighton Lanes. Then at sundown make the most of the Brighton’s excellent range of restaurants, clubs and bars, safe in the knowledge that your perfect Brighton bed and breakfast is just around the corner.