The land at the foot of the South Downs has been settled since the 7th century with the founding of the sleepy fishing village of Brighthelmstone. In 1753 this changed when Dr Richard Russell suggested that a swim in the sea would be good for Londoners' health, and that Brighton would be the ideal place for it.
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First of all this property is in a fab location. The property is tatty but our bedding was clean. The rooms are small and rooms 8 and 9 that we occupied had the bath or shower in the actual bedroom and a small room was added to accommodate the toilet. The property tries to be something it isn't - it is cheap, budget accommodation with no frills. ... more
this guesthouse is run by very friendly people who always tried to make my stay as comfortable as possible. for exemple they made me a delicious special vegetarian breakfast because i didn't liked the traditional british one, helped me out with an adapter for the electricity and repaired my broken suitcase. ... more
Brighton is a vibrant, charismatic town, where every turn you make can lead you somewhere spectacular. Whether you are eating Fish and Chips on Brighton Pier, wandering through The "Lanes" (every ...
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