The Accommodation

A Room With A View is the latest addition to Brighton’s accommodation scene. Our 9 rooms range from single to deluxe king size all within a grade 2 listed Georgian building. The accommodation also benefits from a dining room, lounge and a car park for up to six cars. Please use the facility on the rooms and rates page to see the selection of rooms we offer.


Location

Enjoying a premium spot opposite the beach and close to the Palace Pier makes this an ideal location for a stay in Brighton. In an area known as Kemp Town many things are on your doorstep, with Brighton city centre only a 10 minute stroll away. A key feature of this property is that it is lucky enough to be on the sea front and also on the corner of an attractive garden square giving rise to its quirky and yet rather old school name.


Kemp Town – Local Amenities

Stretching as far as Brighton Marina, Kemp Town is a mix of grand seafront crescents, elegant squares and a High Street shopping area with a lively village feel. There are many businesses thriving in this Bohemian part of Brighton, you’ll find a vast array of delicious foods, quirky antique shops, bars, hotels, restaurants and cafes. The beach front opposite also has many attractions including artists studios and Volk’s railway which goes to the marina and the Yellowave beach sports venue.


Breakfast

Breakfast is included in all of the room rates if you book through our website. You can help yourself to an appetising selection of cereal, fruit, yogurt and pastries from the buffet and choose  either a full English or  smoked salmon with scrambled egg for your hot breakfast. We also cater for vegetarian, gluten and dairy-free diets.

 


Arrival Policy

Check in: Between 3.00 pm and 9.30pm
Check out: Latest check out is 11.00 am

If you arrive before 3pm and the room is ready you are welcome to check in straight away, if it isn’t you can use the lounge or drop off your bags whilst we prepare the room.


Luggage

You can leave your luggage with us until you need it.


Children and Extra Beds

We cannot accommodate young children or babies. There is no capacity for extra beds in the rooms.


Pets

For the comfort of all our guests we do not accept pets.


Bookings

We have a minimum stay of 2 nights in summer and  if your stay includes a Saturday,  3 nights on bank holidays and during some Brighton events.


Cancellation Policy

We require a minimum of 7 days’ notice to cancel your booking for a full repayment. Any non-arrival or cancellation within 7 days of arrival will be charged in full. We do recommend taking out an appropriate travel insurance.


Parking

We have parking for all guests with average sized family cars (one per room), this allows parking for 8 vehicles at the front of the building and 2 more on a private drive 5 houses down.

If you want to use your car while you are here or would like to get away early on the morning of your departure we would advise using our other car park only a 20 second walk away.

On the day of departure we do need the parking space back at 11.00 am for the new arrivals as we think it is important to have a space to park after a long drive.

If you park on our drive it is essential you tell us and state your registration number on the check in form otherwise the security firm that manages our car park will issue you with a fine.


Smoking

This is a non smoking establishment.



All our rooms feature:

  • Free WiFi
  • Flat screen smart televisions
  • Bath robes and slippers
  • Console table for work or dressing
  • Seating area
  • Service tray
  • 5* mattresses
  • Swipe card door entry

All en-suites feature:

  • Power showers
  • Heated mirrors
  • Towel warmers
  • Night lights
  • Quality toiletries

All en-suites, apart from the single and the ground floor double room have:

  • Walk in wet room showers

All the deluxe king size rooms have:

  • Free standing bath
  • Small sofa bed
  • Panoramic views

A cosmopolitan city by the sea,  vibrant with a strong unique identity, popular with both young and old making it an ideal city break and beach destination.


Attractions

The attractions in Brighton are as numerous as they are varied. Some of the main draws to the city are the beach with its pier, unique shopping experience, the majestic Brighton Pavilion, the world’s oldest sea life centre, museums, theatres, events and of course the popular bar culture. A short distance from Brighton you will find the South Downs National Park and historic market towns such as Lewes and Arundel.


Eating Out

With over 400 restaurants, more per head than anywhere outside London, whichever part of Brighton you are in the streets are lined with eateries for every palate. From casual al fresco food to fine dining, whether you prefer modern British or an international plate you will be spoilt for choice. At A Room With A View the closest two restaurants to us are considered by many to be among Brighton’s finest, The Restaurant at Drakes (next door) and The Townhouse Kemp Town (across the square). A list of local restaurants can be found in the guest information folder provided in each room.


Beach

Stroll along the bustling Brighton promenade and soak up the cosmopolitan atmosphere at one of the funky cafes and bars, relax on the famous Blue Flag pebble beach or try your hand at one of the many beach and water sports or sailing activities. The beach goes on for miles and you can always find a more secluded spot if you prefer. With an artist and fishing quarter, pier, family attractions and miles of open coastline Brighton beach is one of the UK’s most popular tourist attractions. After dark, check out Brighton’s seafront clubs and bars, nestling underneath the Victorian beachfront arches.


Shopping

Brighton is a shoppers’ paradise with many thriving areas offering a wide variety of independent local retailers. The Lanes is a world famous area of quaint narrow streets and small open squares. Enjoy browsing and shopping in the designer boutiques, antique shops, jewellers and specialist retailers. North Laine is a charming and colourful area, home to the largest independent shopping area on the south coast with over 300 small retailers. Kemp Town has a flea market and is home to many intriguing and curious shops selling anything from cards to antiques. If you are looking for the larger national chains then head to Churchill Square Shopping Centre.

Did you know?

Brighton’s very own palace, the exotic Royal Pavilion, was sold to the city in 1850 for £53,000.

Things to do in Brighton

From iconic tourist attractions to beachfront cool, Brighton is a treasure trove of things to do and places to go. Vibrant, colourful, fun and free, Brighton offers the energy of the city and freedom of the sea. It really is unique.

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