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... the girl from California, catch a taxi to the university in town which turned out to be a lot harder than it looked. After she left, we hung out in Starbucks for awhile talking, and looking at pictures of Nicola's past trips. Then we just walked around shopping a bit before walking all the way back to the hostel to get our bags and back to the train station. We stopped at a French cafe to have some macaroons. They were amazing! Compared to ...
... seats. Said my goodbye to my lovely dad and mum, going to miss them millions. Then it was straight through security, thought they were going to stop me regarding taking my needle through however they were completely fine with it.... I just wish I was just as fine with having to inject myself in the stomach with it in about 2h time!
Already popped to boots so I think I'm just going to set ...
... to the sea is that you get the feeling that you're walking around the beach in like the Gran Canarias or something, but it's so much colder! I don't think it's that cold, there are others that complain about the wheather. When I tell them that I don't it's that cold, they just say "yeah well, you're swedish!"
The party was okay. There weren't that many in the club in the beginning, and the music was SOO loud! The dj was playing some sort of reaggeton/latin music. Not my ...
... the end then back down the other side. Loads of fun people watching. Then it was a stroll through town to see the party pad of George IV, the Brighton Pavilion, where he shed the shackles of royalty and let his hair down. It is quite a gaudy building, very suited for its use. The grounds were alive with couples strolling, musicians strumming, folks having their lunch on the lawn and people dressed to the nines for some kind of function. ...
... referred to as the Brighton Pavilion. It is built in the Indo-Saracenic style prevalent in India for most of the 19th century, with the most extravagant chinoiserie interiors. The Prince of Wales, who later became King George IV.
After the death of George IV in 1830, his successor King William IV also stayed in the Pavilion on his frequent visits to Brighton. Queen Victoria, however, disliked Brighton and the lack of privacy the Pavilion ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hamptons Brighton
Definitely will be returning!!
you've got to love Hamptons!
friendly staff and owners who went out of their way to make your stay an excellent one. fantastic location to the centre of Brighton and a mere pebbles throw away from the beach.
Rooms are comfortable and clean and the whole place has been decorated with style & taste, making for a very comfortable, welcoming and unique experience.
breakfast was very tasty with lots of choice and was served promptly with a smile.
Hamptons is an affordable, friendly, boutique B&B, just the ticket for a stay in Brighton and is highly recommended, you'd be mad to stay anywhere else!
Best hotel bed ever!!!!
Myself and a small group of friends stayed here for the weekend and we could not have picked a better place to stay. The bedrooms are clean, trendy and the bed was truly wonderful. I would never expect to stay in a B&B which has a better bed than mine at home but this B&B achieved this. To wake up, have a wonderful full english breakfast and to then be 2 minutes from the beech to walk it off was fantastic. Kim and Mark were great hosts and made our stay even more enjoyable. Thank you very much.
Uber Cool B&B
Had such a glorious nights stay...sumptuous beds (although I only had 5 hours sleep in mine so I coudl be up at 8 to sit on the beach as teh sun came up..which is a minute away!). The owners were fabulous and really chilled out and could not do enough for us. I recommend this hotel whole heartedly and with passion.....i wanted to move in!
Wonderful place to relax!!!
I came to the Hamptons in Brighton to recover from a particularly stressful time in my life. It was the best choice I could have made. I was made to feel at home, and like me being there was really a pleasure for them. My room had the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in at a hotel, and there were FOUR pillows on the bed!!! The cool overhead light made for great evening ambiance-even while just watching TV. Add amazing hosts, a glorious English breakfast in the morning, and you have the perfect getaway!!! This is a clean, safe and inviting hotel for a single traveller, I will go back again!!! Thank you for taking such good care of me, and say hi to the pups.
Stunning and very welcoming
Gorgeous, contemporary, cosy rooms. The bathroom was tiny but perfectly adequate. The best thing was the warm, informal service of the owners who made our stay really relaxed and comfortable. Highly recommended, particularly at the very sensible prices.
A perfect long weekend
I spent a long time looking for a hotel on tripadvisor and other websites and although Hamptons only had a few reviews at the time it seemed to be just what we were looking for. We were not disappointed, the hotel is lovely; themed in a New England style but not over the top and very tasteful. Our bedroom and shower room were very clean and the bed was really comfortable (the only thing missing was big bath towels). The view from our room was fantastic. The hotel is in a great position; by the beach and close to the lanes. The breakfasts were really good, especially the mushrooms. We were made to feel very welcome by the owners of the hotel and we plan to return many times.
Girls team building weekend.
Five overworked nurses had a team building weekend. The hospiality that we received frrom the Hamptons was second to none. The rooms were beautiful and the breakfast was excellent. It was very well located and the view from the room Tracey and Amy had was wonderful. We have decided to come back once a year and will definatley re-book the Hamptons. thanks once again. xxxx
Loved the ambiance
My husband and I had a wonderful stay at the Hamptons. First impressions really count and that was being cordially welcomed by the owners and sitting and sharing a glass of wine with them whilst we checked in. The rooms were exceptionally clean and comfortable with a "Ralph Lauren meets Nautical" feel, very "New England". The beds were incredibly comfortable, better than our own at home. The English breakfast in the morning was welcoming with delicious sausages and freshly brewed coffee. I strongly recommend a visit to this hotel a great find for a theatre or shopping break in the cosmopolitan city of Brighton. Thanks Kim and Mark for a lovely stay.
My wife and I really enjoyed our stay at the Hamptons. It was easy to find, just off the seafront. Parking wasn't a problem, there is an NCP car park 3 minutes walk away and only £8 for 24hrs.
Good value, great location
I was given a warm welcome and shown to a bright immaculate room which had a very comfortable bed. The breakfast was tasty served in a room with sea views, very relaxing. The owners were very friendly and would recommend a stay here for any occasion.