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What's New — By marylynsimpson on July 31, 2010 at 12:00 pm
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After undergoing a major renovation in 2008, Whitburn Lodge has lived up to its reputation as one of Brighton’s most quaint and accommodating bed and breakfasts. Located near every major Brighton attraction, Whitburn is just a short stroll to your day’s activities. The 5 bedrooms are beautifully decorated and spacious, giving you plenty of space to stretch out and relax in a comfy atmosphere after a long day at the beach. Each room has its own distinct style, adding to the charm and character of Whitburn Lodge. Owned and operated by Phil and Louise, you will be sure to receive the utmost hospitable service during your stay at Whitburn Lodge

The Oriental Brighton is another Brighton bed and breakfast that is known for its high standards of service as well as its elegant interiors. One of Brighton’s original boutique hotels, The Oriental offers sophisticated, modern interiors with traditional exterior architecture. Feeling the urge to spoil yourself and the one you’re with? The Oriental staff offers champagne, chocolates or a love box to those looking to add a special twist to their holiday. Just a few minutes walk from the beach and trendy restaurants and cafes, The Oriental is one of the best places to lay your head in Brighton.

New Steine Hotel offers both the charm and atmosphere of a boutique hotel, with the affordability of a hostel. For those on a budget, especially those traveling with a family, New Steine is just what you are looking for with rooms and rates starting at just  45 GBP. New Steine is a family-friendly hotel with modern amenities, keeping you and your family comfortable and content during your stay in Brighton. Right in the heart of the city centre, you and your guests will be sure to enjoy a plethora of activities while not having to worry about your wallet.

For the most laidback of travelers, staying in a hostel is the most convenient and budget-friendly accommodation option. Check out Seadragon Backpackers, the hostel that is owned and operated by a couple of former backpackers. Friendly service and central location make Seadragon one of the best hostels in Brighton. Whether you are looking to stay for a long weekend, or chill out for a few weeks, Seadragon is welcomes its fun-loving travelers with open arms.

If you are looking for a hotel rich in amenities, including a private beach hut and luxury-style suites, then Hotel du Vin and Bistro is the hotel for you. Situated in the historic Lanes conservation area, Hotel du Vin is right in the heart of Brighton’s most beautiful districts. The hotel is comprised of 49 bedrooms which are housed in revival and mock Tudor buildings. The bedroom’s interiors cater to clean, modern decor. Consistent with the bedrooms, Hotel du Vin’s one-of-a-kind features, including gargoyles and carved staircase, add to the stylish décor of this hotel. Hotel du Vin, as its name suggests, also boasts a wine bar which overlooks the gallery. Enjoy the best of Brighton at Hotel du Vin, it’s a hotel you and your family won’t forget.

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