Preston Park Hotel

216 Preston Road, Brighton, East Sussex, England, BN1 6UU, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Brighton!

A travel blog entry by jilly56

4

Here we are! Our first stop in Britain - 6 nights in Brighton! We had a good but long flight landing on time. Managed to get the 1555 coach to Brighton which took nearly 3 hours in the peak hour traffic! Takes 45 minutes just to go around the stops at Heathrow airport - it is huge! Found our B & B in Hove - lovely old home run by a very friendly couple. We were so tired and they made us a pot of tea and a hot cross bun and we crashed! Had a ...

Demise Of An Icon

A travel blog entry by travelnshit

27

... s missing a huge chunk on the left hand side. Bits probably drop off it all the time but a whole section from front to back is missing, like someone driving a particularly large aquatic bull dozer lost concentration because they dropped a fag down their tits and drove right through it.
The Argus article says people were "almost in tears looking at the ravaged hulk" but to be fair it's ******* windy at ...

Helter Skelter

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow

51

... fashionable resort in 1780 and the town only gained in popularity in the Regency era as it was a favorite getaway for George IV. Driving through the town, you can see the Regency influence everywhere as you pass street after street of Regency style houses.
Our first stop was Brighton Beach. Brighton Beach is a pebble Beach. There is an elevated boardwalk that runs along the street and then another boardwalk on the beach with lots of shops and restaurants ...

A week end and a bit in Brighton on sea

A travel blog entry by beoms

23

... the sunlight turning the sky bright pink.
Despite the amazing sunrise, Saturday was as rainy as Friday, so after lunch we went to explore Brighton pier. We started we a gig underneath, it was a man singing to a crowd of nearly 100 people. Then we walked along the pier. We played gambling game, went on the dodgems, Basically there is a fair on the pier. I don't know if it is only open during the summer mouth for ...

Angry Birds!

A travel blog entry by jen.greening

146

... made from. He said that most people don't get it but that it’s a delicacy in some parts of England. We decided to try it and continued chatting and looking out the bay window at the sunny sky and Ferris wheel. Breakfast was delicious, except for the black pudding. I guess sweat breads are not for me! Chris at his, but said it was definitely not the best thing he’d ever eaten. The other guests made their way downstairs for breakfast and soon the dining area was ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 216 Preston Road, Brighton, is near North Laine, Preston Park, St. Ann's Well Gardens and Cafe, and Booth Museum of Natural History.
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