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... weather is like and if the sea was calm or rough. Last night here was a gale and I thought of those at sea. Even with the best stabilisers you get some sway. It all reminded me to get some Avomine! I don't get sea sick but also prevention is better than cure. A great deal of the fun of holidays is this time of anticipation. Looked up our booked exclusions on line and Komodo island is missing so I will have to give them a ring tomorrow. I have fired off an email as well. One of ...
What a saga! Filled Monty with water, put clothes and food in the lockers and got the heating working. Just about to move off the drive when a car pulls up opposite the driveway - can't get Monty off if I haven't got the width of the road. He's a big lad and its a small roadway. So went to neighbour and asked if he could get the new car moved - he ...
... land rises inland toward the South Downs. And I met up on two days with friends made last Christmas on the Walking Women holiday.
It was fun in spite of the RAIN. It rained about five of the seven days I was there, and was chilly and windy sometimes too. Oh well, it’s getting to be winter. Bet the weather back in Victoria is similar.
The Lanes and North Laine areas of town were abuzz with ...
It was xxxxxx cold this morning.
The temp dropped dramatically overnight.
I will be seeing Chris on wed to get the heating sorted. I must have missed some switch or something. It must be down to me not being able to use the control panel - there are so many symbols that it is mindblowing.
Breakfast and a slow journey home.
Some beautiful pictures of the morning frost.
And Monty is now back at the storage, ready for next weekend and the New Forest.
... I was due to drive back to my placement (just outside Friston, near Eastbourne), I had a text to say that the host's 90 year old mother had fallen and had a brain haemmorhage and was not expected to live. Obviously, this meant the end of my placement, but all my stuff was still in a bedroom near Eastbourne, so I had to drive back down. Had that ...
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Value for Money
Stopped just for the one midweek night last week and was pleased that previous good reviews of this hotel on this site were justified. It is what it is......a small little B & B really rather than a hotel but it is very clean with decent sized rooms, at least our king size double was a good size, conveniently situated, reasonably priced and the owner Tony is a very friendly and welcoming fella. Does exactly as it says on the tin, as they say. Parking a real nightmare locally though, but that's a Brighton problem. Definitely recommend.
Myself and five girlfriends recently stayed at Millards and I can only agree wholeheartedly with the other reviews. The rooms were clean, tidy and well presented. Just a short walk from all the local attractions -very important for those of us wearing heels! The breakfast was great and Tony (the owner) is genuinely friendly helpful and rightfully enthuasiatic about this little hotel. It was also one of the only reasonably priced hotels in Brighton that will allow you to book just one night. I have recommended this hotel to dozens of friends since staying and would do the same now.
P.S Hope you had a great birthday Tony!
Great Stay at Millards
We have just returned from a few days away in Brighton and we had a great stay at Millards Hotel in Broad Street. The location was fantastic - just minutes away from everything that we wanted to see - pier, seafront, Pavilion, the Lanes, etc. The hotel was spotlessly clean and comfortable and we were made to feel very welcome. Breakfast was excellent and our stay at the hotel was great value for money. The owner, Tony, was incredibly helpful with everything from the pre-booking details, finding a parking space on arrival and was great with our 3 year-old too!
We would recommend Millards to anyone visiting Brighton and hope to return ourselves before too long. Thanks!
A Little Gem!
A little gem of a hotel. Compliments are rife on our review!! so i'll keep it simple, YOU CANNOT GO WRONG HERE, DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME LOOKING ANYWHERE ELSE!!!! it's pretty much perfect! All boxes ticked. Thanks for everything tony! your a diamond. A very satisfied couple from Herts.
Excellent Hotel and Fantastic service
I have just spent the weekend in Brighton with my girlfriend and a couple of friends of ours. We stayed at Millards and with the help of the owner Tony were treated to the highest standard of service. The rooms were large and very clean with en-suite bath/shower rooms. The facilities included TV with Freeview box, very reasonable priced mini bar, coffee/tea making etc. From the minute we arrived to the minute we left Tony took care of everything from showing us around our rooms, recommending local bars/resturants, help with parking and providing an excellent breakfast. Where a lot of hotels in brighton require you to book 2 nights over a weekend Tony was the only one other than the big boys to offer us a saturday night at very reasonable prices. This may change during the busier times of the year but 10 out 10 for allowing us to stay the one night. Our general expectation of service in hotels seems to have fallen to a very low level these days but Millards sets a standard which should be norm. Excellent hotel, happy to recommend and will definitely use again.
Good hotel in great location
Stayed at Millards Hotel for a friends 40th birthday in Brighton.
Hotel was clean, breakfast is included and was v good, it's in a great location and the bed was huge! The owner, Tony, was incredibly helpful and we will definitely stay again...
Excellent - high standards and service
Myself and my partner stayed here on Saturday night.
Millards is in an excellent location, just a few houses along Broad Street, which runs off the sea front road. You can see Brigton pier which is just a few minutes walk.
It's right near the pubs and clubs we wanted to visit and easy walking distance to all the shops.
The hotel itself is really clean - the bathrooms sparkling.
Tony upgraded us to a larger room on arrival (no extra charge). Beds are comfy, there's tea and coffee making facilities and even a reasonably priced mini bar!
When that room became a little cold (radiator failing) he immediatley put us in another, even bigger room.
If you like to be waited on and have someone available to deal with issues/questions, this is the place to go in Brigton.
Clean, Friendly, Affordable and... Slightly Eccentric?
I recently stayed at the Millards Hotel in Brighton with a friend. We had not pre-booked and simply wandered past the hotel looking for a place to stay when we were approached by a man called Tony, one of the owners of Millards. He was warm, welcoming and showed us a couple of rooms we could choose from for our stay. The rooms were a good size and in the end we opted for the cheaper, smaller room. Tony himself is obviously very concerned that his guests have a good stay at Millards and he wanted to show us around and make us feel welcome as soon as we arrived. He can come across as slightly eccentric and he is obviously pround of his B&B, but if you can see through this then you can see that the service he offers is of a high standard. He is a very hands-on manager and this B&B would not suit people who like to be left to their own devices. The hotel seems to be tailered in a way that you need not lift a finger whilst you're there, even to top-up your apple juice at breakfast! (Tony has to do that too). The room we stayed in was small, but clean and affordable. The hotel is in a good location and is easy walking distance of the pier and the town centre. I would stay there again, and would recommend the hotel, but i would also tell people about Tony and his hands-on, slightly controlling, slightly overpowering, eccentric mannor and approach - some will love him, others may find him pratronising and tiresome. Our stay there was pleasant and we were even permitted to check out an hour after everyone else so we didn't have to rush around in the morning. For a last minute find, we could have done alot worse. Although i am not sure if it really is a 5* hotel or simply a nice, cosy, clean 3* b&b.
Clean and Tidy.
After reading the poor evaluation i had to leave my own review.
After staying at Millards for the third time i had to leave a review that is consistant with each of my stays.
Excellent service (so what if he is a hippie), very clean rooms, and every breakfast i,ve had has been an excellent start to the day.
Judging the hotel by the appearence of a staff member is no way to review a hotel.
Millards goes out of their way to make sure your stay is a good one.
Great job guys.
We have just been to Brighton for the first time, we stayed there 3 nights, 2 of which we stayed at Millards the first thing we noticed was some totally crap pictures on the walls being sold at prices from £400 quid to £1,000, kids could of painted better.
The next thing is the is the shower door banged into the toilet hen you opened it. the sink was in the room and not in the bathroom, the whole place en suite room was so small.
I went down for breakfast, this is no joke, bacon was like rubber, tinned mushroms, cooked in water, and the yoke on the egg was solid.
This hotel claims to be 5 star, i would not give it 2, so dont go staying here it is awfull
This hotel cost us £150 for saturday and sunday night, and the bloke running it looked like a hippy