Brighton - The Old Ship Hotel - Dbb
Brighton is one of the liveliest coastal towns in Britain, boasting seaside fun with a cosmopolitan atmosphere and some superb regency architecture of which The Royal Pavilion is the most noted and is well worth a visit. Shopping is a real treat whether it be a high street store, antique shops, the boutiques of the Lanes or something new age there will be something for everyone. The seafront and promenade offers a visual delight with bow-windowed regency and Grand Victorian facades and the ornate Palace Pier full of attractions, including the Volks Electric Railway, opened in 1833, and the Brighton i360 - the world's tallest moving observation tower.
4 Nights, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast, Old Ship Hotel
2 Excursions visiting Worthing, Chichester, Beachy Head & Eastbourne
Free tim in Brighton
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
The Old Ship Hotel * * * *
Dating back to 1559 and boasting having hosted guests such as Charles II & Paganini, this historic seaside hotel is perfectly located on Brighton's famous promenade, close to the Royal Pavilion and Lanes Shopping. The Restaurant offers stunning views out to sea and a sumptuous menu, whilst the informal bar is a great place to relax with a drink, with an outdoor area on the prom for those lovely summer days. Bedroom facilities include TV, hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities and iron. Lifts serve all floors.
EXCURSION 1: We head west along the coast enjoying a morning stop in the lovely town of Worthing with its lovely seafront and great shopping. We continue then following the coast via Bognor Regis to Chichester, encircled by town walls dating back to the Romans with a medieval crisscross of pedestrianised streets, stunning cathedral, Georgian quarter and Chichester Harbour.
EXCURSION 2: Heading East today we travel via stunning Beachy Head enjoying the spectacular views as we enjoy visit to the popular town Eastbourne with its spectacular carpet gardens and long promenade.Back to top