Beach Hotel

Address: 1-4 Regency Square, Brighton, East Sussex, England, BN1 2FG, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1-4 Regency Square, Brighton, is near The Lanes, The "Doughnut, Body & Soul Health & Beauty, and Artists' Quarter.
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      Travel Blogs from Brighton

      A Day at Brighton Beach

      A travel blog entry by on Jan 10, 2015

      4 photos

      ... rest of the family went to the Toy and Train Museum under the railway line at Brighton Station. We all meet up again to walk down the street markets that Ian discovered on the way back from the car. Tristan finally bought some boots, There was a really good curios shop called Snoopers which was packed with most things that you could think of - a cross between an op shop, antique, and collectors haven.
      By the time were made ...

      Bored in Brighton

      A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Oct 02, 2014

      4 photos

      ... to run the business on day dot!

      It's been a while since updating this, a few days have passed. Every day feels like a dragged out torture, Victoria hardly messages me, the boys wind me up over all these photos appearing of Chris and her together, I tell them I'm not worried, she's told me what they are, why would she lie to me? Deep down though it eats at my insides like poison, my chest aches and there's no escape, trapped inside this hostel as it ****** ...

      Cologne to Brighton – a tale of 3 breakfasts

      A travel blog entry by fitchett on Oct 01, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... pavilion, to be acquired in due course by the city. It is thus the only royal palace which is not under government control.

      After leaving the Pavilion we went on to check out the Pier, on the sea-front, and as went there, we noted that the beach was shingle, rather than sand (and with there being quite an undertow evident from the waves washing in from the English Channel. There was also a bit of a breeze. The Pier ...

      Banged-up and broken, but back in Blighty!

      A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Jun 26, 2014

      7 photos

      ... And, while my interactions with them may not have 'changed my life', nor theirs, they did help me create memories that will last me for life! I also found a ****-load of data while there, data which needs to be converted into a coherent thesis within the next year or so! But before the reality of that particular task turns me into a manic mess, I have a few weeks in Europe and Australia...a good few stories left in me yet!

      So long, sweet Salone, I am sure I will be seeing you again ...

      London to Brighton via Greenwich

      A travel blog entry by mozzies7 on Jan 06, 2014

      4 comments, 7 photos

      ... out to Greenwich. So the kids had a bit of background already. As well is the Prime Meridian line they have the observatory open (which still is used today) a planetarium and an astronomy centre. It was really quite interesting. We then headed down to Brighton to see the famous Brighton pier, and most importantly Choccywoccydoodah shop & cafe. We had a fantastic time in the cafe & stuffed ourselves with chocolate. The staff were so lovely. ...